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Since I was just playing around with this recipe more than anything else, I cut it in half, but still enjoyed putting these things together & now I want to try out some BABY one if I can get them the right size & use 'em as 'thumbs' for finger food! Anyway, we enjoyed these monster toes as part of a breakfast & I might just do 'em another time when we have overnight company! Thanks for posting the recipe!

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Sydney Mike August 11, 2011

Cute - we actually used a piece of a banana chip as the toenail and like it. We also cut a bit out of the tip so it sunk in. In the picture the banana chip is on the left and the walnut on the right - I was out of almonds)

Thanks Starrynews! Made for Adopt a Veggie Tag.

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Buzymomof3 February 12, 2011

What a cute idea. I know it's not Halloween but I just had to try these. I used Jimmy Dean turkey sausage links. I also cut the recipe in half and served it with some real maple syrup. I even enjoyed the slivered almond with this. Very easy to prepare and taste great. Had it with scrambled eggs for breakfast. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas January 15, 2010

These look awesome! I'm going to try these. My family loved the regular version but I don't eat meat so I missed out. Thanks for posting this alternative recipe! Let you know how it turns out.

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Lisanne :) October 31, 2009
Monster Toes (Breakfast/Brunch Version)