Halloween Survival Kit with Chocolate Zucchini Cake and Poetry

Nurture You and Yours with Tasty Treats and Laughter and Good Cheer!

Chocolate Zucchini Cake

Chocolate Zucchini Cake (it’s a lot like carrot cake)

Make Chocolate Zucchini Cake then fallow the recipe for a fun night from last year’s Halloween poem below.


The ghouls, goblins and ghosties

come out to be creepy and sneaky

about my gardens rows and edges.

Lock up the cat, chain down the dogs,

tell all the children to beware!

October’s wind blows in

terrible creatures with long noses,

fingers and toesies.

img_0540They sniff around for sweet tender bite-es

of all things young and growin’.

Hang lavenders and apples

around the windows,

throw salt and sages

under all the fences.

Go inside behind locked doors

and drink toastie

of hot coca and marshmallow roasties,

laugh so loud and cheery

you scare away the fierest ghoulies,

goblins and ghosties!

Carol Carlisle 10/12/13

P.S. Way to Go Giants!

Posted in connection with Nurturing Thursday

Frequent Contributors to
Nurturing Thursday:

Tea and Paper
Carol Carlisle
Inside the Mind of Isadora
Laurie’s Gentle Healing Notes
Crowing Crone Joss
Grace Notes
Pocket Perspectives
Hugmamma’s Mind, Body and Soul
Jacqueline King
Meg Evans

17 thoughts on “Halloween Survival Kit with Chocolate Zucchini Cake and Poetry

    • Isadora so good to here from you. For some reason WP was protecting me from you. I finally stopped that!
      Wow high praise 😀
      So happy you found my cake and poem nurturing! I made two this week but only one with tasty worms.


  1. The cake looks really good. But . . . you said on one post that “wish you could have been there” to eat it. Does that mean the party is over??
    And in our house hold, Mary was disappointed, but I was happy about the the way the series turned out. Great job SF.



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