Alright, so it isn't really "witch fingers or brew," but green bread sticks with Cheezy Broccoli Soup.
The fabulous thing about this soup is that it is cheesy without soy. Yes, it is soy free and no processed cheese substitute is used. In fact, the cheesiness comes from nutritional yeast, carrots and potatoes. All very good for you, accessible (nutritional yeast should be on your shopping list constantly) and easy. Make sure to use the stems of the broccoli, too, since they are sweet and tender once peeled.
The bread sticks are just a great bread recipe with green food coloring. I used natural coloring ( yellow: turmeric, blue: blueberry) and I had to use quite a bit to get the bread to have the green hue (I used a product I bought at Whole Foods), but if you are using the food coloring that is available at any grocery store, you will certainly need lots less. The finger nails are almond slices and the hair is a sprinkling of Daiya. Just roll a bread piece into a rope about 10 inches long and cut it in half. Stick the almonds on (and cheeze if using) the tapered ends and let it rise for another 30 minutes and bake.
The kids got a kick out of it and they even enjoyed the soup.
There is a How-To Breakdown for the Cheesy Broccoli Soup .
potatoes, carrots, onion: $3
finger accents: $1
spices, nutritional yeast: $1
Total to feed a family of 6:
4 out of 5 stars