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Every October, I anticipate the pumpkin craze - I see pumpkin used in so many foods, from coffee to ice cream and everything in between. Last year, I launched my Pumpkin Bread Mix and this year I have created all new recipes to make with it. Enjoy waffles, crepes, an upside down cake and more pumpkin creations. I also look forward to October because I love Halloween! I decorate my house and I dress up as something different every year - I have been Marge Simpson, a black crow, and last year I was Glenda the Good Witch (that's me with my monkey-husband). I also like to serve fun and spooky food - take a look at our website for some great Halloween recipes to delight and scare your guests.
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Featured Recipes: Pumpkin Bread Mix
Pumpkin Bread Mix This month, enjoy recipes using our Pumpkin Bread Mix. Not only can you make a loaf of Pumpkin Bread, but you can use this mix to make:
Pumpkin Waffles
Pumpkin Crepes
Cranberry Pumpkin Upside Down Cake
Cranberry Pumpkin Bars
Pumpkin Almond Torte
Pumpkin Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookies, and
Pumpkin and Buckwheat Blini with Fresh Fruit 'Caviar'
Featured Product: Figgies & Jammies
Our Figgies & Jammies cookies are a perfect snack or treat for all ages. They are:
  • Certified Gluten-Free and made in a dedicated gluten-free facility
  • Egg-Free
  • Certified Kosher
  • Free of artificial flavors and additives
  • Free of hydrogenated oils and trans fats
  • Free of corn syrup
Look for Figgies & Jammies on sale in October in many national and regional stores.
Halloween Food + Fun
We know missing out on trick-or-treating is a horrifying idea to most kids, but having a Halloween party is a great way for kids to have a fun Halloween without the candy overload. Our Cheesy Witch Fingers will make the perfect spooky treat at any monster bash. See all of our Halloween Recipes.
While your guests are munching away on finger food, they can also enjoy these favorite kid-friendly Halloween games:
Pumpkin Bowling All you need is 10 rolls of toilet paper, a black permanent marker and one small pumpkin. Draw a simple ghost face on the toilet paper using the permanent marker. Then set the rolls up like pins and let the kids roll the pumpkin and see how many pins they can knock down.
Mini eyeballs Witch Hat Ring Toss You will need three witch hats, three glow rings and some newspaper. Stuff the hats with newspaper until they are solid. Lay the hats out in varying distance and have your guests toss the glow rings around the hats.
What's in the Bowl? Fill a large bowl with peeled grapes. Blindfold the participants and place their hands in the bowl. Describe the bowl as being filled with "eyeballs" as their hands squish the grapes.

And of course, Halloween isn't Halloween without a sweet treat. For your goodie bags we recommend adding a few of our deliciously scary Eye Ball Mini Cakes.
Tips from Pamela's Kitchen:
How to Decorate Spider Web Cookies

1. Fill a pastry bag with about 3/4 of a batch of white frosting. Color the rest of the frosting black and set aside.
2. Use a small piping tip (either a #1 or #2 size) with the white frosting to outline the web shape around the outside of the cookie and allow to dry.
3. After piping the white outline, change the tip on the white frosting bag to a larger tip. Fill in the web shape with white, using a back and forth motion, but don't fill with too much frosting, as the frosting will spread and you can use a toothpick to move it around and fill in any empty spaces. If bubbles form, poke with a toothpick and they will disappear.
4. Fill another pastry bag or frosting pen with the black frosting and put on the smallest piping tip. Starting almost in the middle, make a thin spiral around and around the cookie until you get to the white edge.
5. Use a toothpick to pull the web from the middle to the points of the cookie, repeating the process all the way around the cookie.
For full instructions on making these cookies, see Spiderweb Sugar Cookies.
teal Figgies
Teal Pumpkin Project
Trick-or-treating can be a stressful time for parents with kids who have food allergies. Food Allergy Research and Education(FARE) started the Teal Pumpkin Project to encourage families to pass out non-food treats, like little toys or glow-bracelets, for children with food allergies. Want to get in on the fun? Put a teal pumpkin outside on Halloween night to show children and families that you are offering non-food treats. Even if your child does not have allergies, help create a safe and fun Halloween for all children by participating and spreading the word of the Teal Pumpkin Project. To learn more, visit the website: WWW.FOODALLERGY.ORG
Pamela's and Costco!
Costco We are excited to announce that our #1 selling gluten-free Baking & Pancake Mix is now available in 5 lb boxes in 50 select Costco warehouses in the Northwest! For a full list of these stores, go to our website.
What Fans Are
Saying about our
Figgies & Jammies

"These cookies are better than I could have imagined! I brought some to a meeting with employees who were not gluten free and everyone agreed these cookies were even better than the gluten containing version. I'm a huge fan!"
 Sueson V.

"My husband has just been diagnosed with celiac. I bought these cookies for him. He absolutely LOVES them!!! He says they are the best cookie - with or without gluten - that he has ever had!" 

"These are delicious and I feel good about giving them to my toddler for a treat/snack. Light and good sized cookies. Not too sweet and I love the texture. Love these."
Natasha L. M.
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