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    Our 13 Favorite Meal Ideas for Your Ghouls and Goblins

    Candy isn’t the only thing you should eat on Halloween! The meals between the candy snacks should really be just as much fun! From the classic mummy dogs to a hearty and satisfying pumpkin turkey chili, these ideas are awesome seasonal options for feeding yourself and your family in the lead up to Halloween!

    1. Cinnamon Roll Pumpkins– The secret to these is a can of cinnamon rolls from the grocery store! With the help of a little food coloring, your breakfast cinnamon rolls can be just as adorable as they are delicious.
    2. Bloodshot Devilled Egg Eyes– These eyes are spooky but delicious. Served up on a platter with veins made of spicy sriracha, these are a perfect appetizer!
    3. Mummy Dogs– You can’t go wrong with a mummy in a blanket. This recipe even includes some googly eyes and shows a great idea for displaying them.
    4. Stuffed Pepper Jack-O-Lanterns- Orange bell peppers look suspiciously like your porch décor when carved just right. This is an adorable dinner idea that any age would appreciate!
    5. Corn Pudding This is a delicious fall side that will carry you through until Thanksgiving.
    6. Pumpkin Turkey Chili– Don’t worry, this won’t taste like someone spilled pumpkin pie in your chili. This is a delicious and super healthy meal to serve before heading out into the cold to trick-or-treat!
    7. Spooky Spider Dip– Use this adorable idea to upgrade any boring veggie dip tray you might take to a Halloween event! Or just give the kids a laugh with their afternoon snack!
    8. Turkey Chili Stuffed Acorn Squash– This is a stunning presentation and unique take on two fall staples. This is easy enough for a weeknight dinner but beautiful enough for a dinner party.
    9. Loaded Potato Soup– After a night spent passing out candy, you’re going to want to warm up! A big bowl of potato soup with crispy bacon and cheddar cheese might do the trick.
    10. Edible Witches Brooms and Apple Dentures– This tutorial gives some great step-by-step ideas for lunchbox treats that any kid can appreciate!
    11. Boo-nana Ghosts– Bananas make a great canvas for a super cute snack idea!
    12. Vegetarian Black Bean Chili Stuffed Sweet Potatoes– Try this for a meatless Monday meal! Fill sweet and creamy sweet potatoes with this savory chili for a unique flavor contrast!
    13.  Frankenstein Smoothie Bowl– Take a break from sugar by serving up this green smoothie! The funny Frankenstein face is worth giving this a try, but the delicious smoothie keeps them coming back for more!

    What are your favorite fall and Halloween dishes? We’d love to hear!

    Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash

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