We’ve been getting in the Halloween mood thanks to the new Bing DVD which was released last week. To celebrate the release of this fab DVD, a sure favourite with Toddler H, we’ve been sent a few bits to also celebrate Halloween on the 31st. Of course you’re wondering how Halloween and Bing go together, other than the DVD being released in October, aren’t you? Well, Bing is a bunny and bunnies LOVE carrots. Carrots are also orange which is the colour of Halloween… so see, it works together really nicely, and actually it’s really easy to make some yummy Halloween treats using the bits and pieces I mention below.
What do you think?
- Humous and carrot fingers (using almond slices stuck on wih humous for finger nails).
- Carrot orange juice from Asda.
- Bat straws for our juice to give it even more of a Halloween twist.
- Marks and Spencer’s Carrot cake decorated with edible icing spiders, witches, skulls and bats.
To get really in the Halloween spirit we’ve also been sent some these polystyrene pumpkins to decorate and a fab Bing stencil to create a Bing and Flop pumpkin. We were sent a few tools to help with pumpkin carving too… What do you think?
H and all her friends love Bing, I do think he teaches things like sharing and manners really well, albeit sometimes in a bit of a whiney way, but really good lessons for little toddlers. H loves her new DVD as you’ll have also seen on my Instagram feed!
Happy Halloween and happy new Bing DVD (aka mummy hoovering/cooking/ cup of tea time) ?
Do you have any quick snack tips for Halloween? Does your little one like Bing too?