The weather is usually chilly on Halloween, so something warming is appropriate. You can choose from any of these five menus, or mix and match to create your own tempting spread.
Have a wonderful Halloween!
Halloween Supper Menus
Pizza is perfect kid food. They can eat it with their fingers, it's fun and delicious, and they can help make it too. Serve with a couple of different types of salads so they're all ready to go out into the spooky night.
Chili is a fabulous food to serve on Halloween. It's so easy to make, and this version, even though it takes just about 30 minutes, is rich and delicious. Serve with cheese crackers and a fun side salad to fuel you up for your Halloween adventure.
Soup is the perfect recipe to make before you venture out on a cold and windy night. Served with some fun Halloween sandwiches, this recipe will keep you warm!
Serve your guests their own personal meatloaf, wrapped in puff pastry to look like a mummy! This cute recipe is the centerpiece for a delicious menu that includes roasted potatoes and one of my favorite green salads.
A chicken and potato casserole is the perfect thing to tempt kid's appetites. Everyone loves this combination of textures and flavors.
Make a fabulously easy pot pie, topped with ghostly mashed potatoes, for a fun recipe the kids will love.
Meatloaf is the perfect dinner recipe no matter who you're serving. I love to serve it on Halloween simply because it's so hearty and nutritious.
Hot dogs wrapped up to look like mummies is the perfect main dish to get little kids to eat just a bite. Or two! This cute recipe is served with one of my favorite gelatin salads. In fact, one reviewer said this salad is called "Scary Salad" in her family. What a great story!
Hot sandwiches just take cold sandwich ingredients to the next level. Your kids are more likely to eat something if they can hold it in their hands! These recipes are fabulous, and Halloween-themed!
And finally, most kids will eat pasta. If they don't want the "carbonara" part of this fabulous recipe, just separate some spaghetti and toss it with butter and grated cheese! More bacon for you. Yum.
And what about dessert, you ask? Hey, what do you think all that candy is for?