I have to confess something here… I beheaded the Coconut Head family and played Doctor Frankenstein by taking out the Coconut Water and filling them back with a healthy mixed Fruit juice that looks like brain goo. They were delicious and I am not feeling guilty for that! =D
As you have already realized, Halloween is nearing and some of us, including me, are all busy creating new Halloween Food Idea. If you click on the link, you ll be able to see our 2012 Halloween Pinterest Pin board, already stuffed with great creative and spooky Halloween goodies from the Food Blogger community. Head over for some inspirations!
I won’t write too much today, because I have some huge problems with the Electricity and the Internet connection at home. It’s like as if a sorcerer is having a blast teasing me, or maybe its a witch playing around with a miniature voodoo doll of my house… Who knows!
Anyhow, I have prepared an easy visual step by step instruction of the spooky Coconut heads, so that you can make them from scratch by yourself. Here in Goa, pumpkins can be bought but for some limited time only, so I was out of Pumpkins and anyway I wanted to use something what was more common here around. That’s how the Coconut family’s head was cut open and painted, first with Acrylic colors on the shell and secondly with red food color on/in the hard white edible Coconut part. You might remember my coconut post where I had mentioned that the hard part is commonly used in Curries. Only the Tender Coconuts are eaten right out of the shell. For more Coconut nutrition info, follow the Coconut link.
- 270 g cut Pineapple = 170 ml Juice
- 160 ml Coconut Water
- 3 big (slimy type) Banana - I used the locally grown darker shaded Bananas
- Cut the Pineapple into rough cubes and mix it in a mixer to a juice. Strain it well and discard the remaining flesh strings.
- Take the Pineapple juice back to the mixer and add the coconut water and the 3 Bananas. Mix to a smooth juice!
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