Halloween night is known for sweets, but that doesn’t mean dinner shouldn’t be fun, too. These creepy Halloween dinner ideas are sure to spook everyone at the table — and taste good, too!
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1. Spooky Halloween Monster Mash Soup
Source: Peas & Crayons
Roasted carrot and sweet potato soup gets a freakish little update with a sriracha drizzle and rice eyeballs! So fantastically creepy, you’ll be slurping bowls of this all night long.
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2. Mashed Potato Ghosts
Source: Eazy Peazy Mealz
Wondering what to serve alongside the main course? These mashed potato ghosts should do the trick! You can even use an instant mix — just add an egg into the mix to keep them stiff.
3. Jack-O’-Lantern Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Kick that sandwich up a notch! These jack-o’-lantern grilled cheese sandwiches only take a few extra minutes to make, but they’re sure to have all the little ghouls drooling.
4. Mummy Pretzel Dogs
Source: Flavor the Moments
The simple homemade pretzel dough on these dogs isn’t scary at all! The recipe is quite manageable and perfect for creeping out the kids.
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5. Yummy Mummy Mini Pizzas
Source: Growing Up Gabel
My family would eat pizza every night if I let them. These mini mummy pizzas would be a welcome addition to Halloween night.
6. Monster Eye Asparagus Tart
If your little ones are usually scared off by asparagus, this is one way to be sure they’ll ask for seconds. Delightfully creepy and healthy, all in one!
7. Rats & Bones Meatloaf & Breadsticks
Source: Shugary Sweets
These perfectly portioned rats (mini meatloaves) pair perfectly with garlic-Parmesan bones (breadsticks)!