I've had a couple of people ask me for the recipe. I'll try to share it with you tomorrow. It's actually pretty easy, and makes some very tasty donuts.
This was a pretty low-key Halloween for us this year. P. stayed home in case anyone came to the door. (They didn't... a huge change from passing out 500+ pieces of candy in one night.) TM and D. went to a friend's house. A. went to work. (She is now working at a restaurant.) So that left the six younger ones. Most of them took responsibility for their own costume.
G. went as a green ninja.
Y. and L. were box trolls. L. was Fish and Y. was Shoe. J. also had a box, which the girls labelled Eggs, which he wore for a while during Trick-or-Treating. But Y.'s very large box proved difficult to maneuver with, so he traded boxes with her. No, I didn't get a picture of J. in his box. (Sorry, M.)
K. was a police officer.
H. had decided she didn't want to dress up this year, but at the last moment, A. helped her put together a costume, and H. went as Alice in Wonderland, complete with White Rabbit.
R. was a princess. I was relieved that this still fit her, though it was a bit short. We still don't have my sewing area quite sorted out into usable-ness yet, so sewing wasn't in the cards.
We did some Trick-or-Treating, enough to give us a big bowl full of candy, but my goodness it was cold. All in all, it was a fine holiday.