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Friday Favorites: Spooky Halloween Dinner Ideas

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There are a lot of ways to be festive for Halloween. This week's Friday Favorites are all about different scary good dinner ideas. You can also use these recipes for your upcoming Halloween party, too!




Classic Mummy Dogs

I've made these for the past few years for our annual Halloween party and they go like hot cakes. They're yummy and fun to eat! Definitely plan on making a lot! You can find this classic recipe at Pilsbury.com.


Crescent Mummy Dogs


Fingers In A Bun

Sticking with the hot dogs here, check out these realistic fingers! You can find this over at PartyTipz.com.


fingersinabun


Halloween Spaghetti

So we've probably all heard that adding a little food coloring to boiling pasta will change the color, right? How about this?! I love this and think I am going to do something similar this year. Hop on over to The36thavenue.com for more details.



Halloween Recipe - Make this Halloween Spaghetti Recipe. It is perfect for parties and kids love it! the36thavenue.com


Shredded Chicken Stuffed Peppers

I've tried this a few years ago for dinner before we went trick-or-treating and my daughter loved it! I made mine with hamburg, though. It still was a hit. EverydayJenny.com has the recipe.


Stuffed peppers with shredded chicken, black beans and Mexican rice. Great for a Halloween dinner. Recipe at everydayjenny.com


Cheesy Halloween Breadsticks

This would be a great addition to a pasta dinner when you don't have a whole lot of time to invest, but still want a little something-something. JustATaste.com has an easy to follow tutorial on how to make these.


Cheesy Halloween Breadstick Bones Recipe



Thanks for stopping by this week! Have an awesome weekend!



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4 comments

  1. My kids would love all of these. I love the pumpkin stuffed peppers. I would like to invite you to link up with us at Family Joy Blog Link Up Party. Sunday-Wednesday. Check us out http://thinking-outside-the-pot.com/?p=2995

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  2. This Halloween meal looks scary and edible all at the same time!

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  3. I've not seen some of these ideas. My kids are looking forward to Halloween this year. It's not as big here in Australia but I think they'd like some of these fun food ideas. Thanks so much for sharing at Thriving on Thursdays last week. I'm featuring your post at tomorrow's party.

    Anne @ Domesblissity xx

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