Food for Phantoms: Halloween Dinner Menu

Why not treat the wee trick-or-treaters to a special meal before they head out on the town on Halloween night?

Trick or treat, give me something delicious to eat.

The pumpkins are carved or decorated, the costumes are complete and treats are waiting by the door (and if not, we’ve got lots of Halloween inspiration). Why not plan an eerie dinner for your goblins to eat before they go trick or treating? These ideas will keep your little zombies and vampires from foraging for brains and blood, and the princesses and superheroes will also adore this simple, Halloween-themed meal. From the perfect pre-dinner snack and a delightfully dreadful beverage to slimly sammies and bat-tastic wings, this is a Halloween menu that will haunt them (in a sweet way).

sunflower-seeds

ROASTED PUMPKIN SEEDS

Try to eat only one handful. We bet you won’t be able to. Roasted pumpkin seeds are an awesome before dinner or after school snack, especially with all the candy floating around this time of year.

 

Squashed-Toad

SQUASHED TOAD MILKSHAKES

Double double, toil and trouble…fire burn and cauldron bubble. This concoction is sure to stir up some creepy Halloween feelings in anyone you serve it to.

 

Monster-Mummy-Sandwich

MONSTER AND MUMMY SAMMIES

Start the wee goblins out with a guacamole monster sandwich with blueberry eyes. Throw a Mummy sandwich and some grapes and carrots next to it to up the fear factor.

 

Witches Brooms

WITCHES’ PRETZEL BROOMS

To stave off the snacking, these cheese and pretzel snacks are perfect for the little trick-or-treaters. Hand one to them as they hit the door and you’ve got a full bellied monster for at least a few blocks.

 

Vampire Wings

VAMPIRE BAT CHICKEN WINGS

Vampire wings are the perfect addition to any spooky Halloween-inspired meal. They’re utterly gross but oh-so-good. Tell them they’ll ward off any vampires and they’ll gobble them up like never before.

 

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