Fast and Easy Way to Carve a Pumpkin
Ahh!! School has started again and I am finally starting to regain my sanity, well sort of. I have missed posting tutorials but what a better time to get back into the swing of things, it’s almost FALL!!!
It is my favorite time of year and I have so many ideas to share with you.
If your family is like mine then at one point or another your kids will want to carve pumpkins. It is so much fun making those holiday memories with your family but when it really comes down to it pumpkin carving is not an easy or a quick job. It gets messy and takes so long to get all the slimy insides out. Well, in one of my daily Pinterest binges I came across this awesome idea ( I lost the post and I can’t seem to find it if you know who did this tutorial first feel free to link them in the comments below so I can give them credit.) I just had to share it with all of you. Have you ever heard of using a drill with a food mixer attachment on the end? It is an absolutely genius, isn’t it?!
What you will need:
Let’s get started
Start by cutting the stem off like you would normally do. You should cut your hole to the size you need it to be. Next, you will need put your mixer piece in your drill the same way you put the drill bit in and turn it tight. Make sure your drill is fully charged ( it makes it a lot easier).
Now that you have everything set up the rest is super easy. Just place your drill end in the pumpkin and squeeze the handle to turn on. Be sure to scrape the sides of the pumpkin all the way around. I found this to be the easiest method to get all of the slimy stringy parts out and to scrape the sides. What ever is left I just used a spoon to scrape out. This took me about 5-10 to do.
I hope you guys find this tutorial to be as easy and fun as I did. Thank you for joining me and don’t forget to tell me what you think in the comments below. Please share away.