Cheers witches- this week you are in for a treat that you will “Alove.” Since Halloween is one of our favorite holidays, we partnered with Alove Yogurt to create a fabulous Halloween brunch. We are excited to share our Halloween brunch with you.
Alove is the first spoonable aloe vera yogurt in the U.S. This silky smooth yogurt is made from the succulent inner parts of the aloe vera leaf. The Alove story began in Japan over 20 years ago. Morinaga Milk Industry developed a proprietary process to remove the healthy and succulent inner gel from the aloe vera leave and blended it with smooth and creamy Japanese-style yogurt. The company launched this delicious yogurt in the US under the brand name Alove. This yogurt is available in 6 flavors and contains no high fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors.
We selected three flavors to feature in our Halloween brunch: Vanilla, Kiwi and Original.
We created our simple, healthy brunch dish with chia seeds, juicy strawberries and crunchy granola. We also served organic apple juice.
We skipped orange and black and created our spooktacular tablescape by featuring haunting blacks, pearly whites, sparkly silvers and vibrant purples. The key to a beautiful table is using a variety of height, color and texture. We set the table with a sequined silver tablecloth. Our floral centerpiece included black roses, lilac alliums, eucalyptus and spider webs. We placed our yummy toppings in whimsical Halloween dipping bowls. We also filled a cylinder vase with purple gems and spooky black tree branches. We also scattered white pumpkins, purple votives, black rose petals and a black skull on the table.
We placed the yogurt into our spiderweb bowls and then added our favorite toppings.
Our yogurt parfaits and apple juice were perfect for Halloween treat for adults, children and any scary guests that might pop by.
We had a fabulous time hosting our first Halloween brunch. If you haven’t tried Alove yogurt, we highly recommend it.
“I love the spirit of Halloween and the energy that comes with it” – Katharine McPhee