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12 Spooky Recipes for Halloween

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10/26/2010 12:00 PM   :  15 comments   :  12,592 Views

Need some ideas for some Halloween-themed recipes? Whether you are staying home, having a party, or need to take a dish to a party, you will be sure to find a fun and spooky recipe here!

Pizza Mummies

Sarah's Fall Chili

Vegan Cornbread

Cheese-Finger Food

Mexican Layer Dip

Oreo EyeBall Treat

Jack o'Lantern Sweet Potato Smoothie

Halloween Bean Salsa

Garlic Lover's Cheeseball

Edible Eyeballs

Banana Ghosts

Pumpkin Soup


Which of these recipes will you be trying? What is your favorite healthy Halloween-themed recipe?


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  • 15
    Just read this Daily Spark - Love the decorative recipes! Hope to bring Mummy Pizzas, Edible Eyeballs, and Cheese Fingers to our family Halloween gathering! - 10/29/2010   3:20:55 AM
  • 14
    So cool to see these recipes. I plan on making some of them for my kids! - 10/27/2010   9:28:44 PM
  • LITTLEGIRLSMOM1
    13
    I have been making the dip for a few years... There is never any left after a party... - 10/27/2010   8:48:18 PM
  • 12
    I made the Mexican Layer Dip for my Halloween party last weekend. This is the second year in a row I've used the recipe and it was a great hit both times.

    I have another healthy Halloween idea to share that went over well at the party. I hollowed out a small pie pumpkin and carved a "puking pumpkin" face on it. I filled it with roasted red pepper hummus, squishing some of the hummus out through the "mouth" opening and into a puddle on the serving tray. I served it with carrot chips, sliced baby cucumbers, celery sticks and broccoli flowerets. Just a fun Halloween-y way to turn healthy veggies and hummus into a party food.

    - 10/27/2010   1:46:59 PM
  • 11
    The Salsa, chili & pumpkin soup sound good for anytime! I'm starting with the Smoothie though. It sounds wonderful. I don't have kids, but those Mummy pizzas are festive & easy. I'd do that for just me with a cup of hot cider! Thanks for such fun, easy recipes! - 10/27/2010   1:45:35 PM
  • RLMCCUE
    10
    I'll definitely be trying the sweet potato smoothie, it sounds delicious! I have my own special recipe for pumpkin kale soup, I already made it this season using fresh instead of canned pumpkin, it turned out wonderfully. Thanks for the recipes! - 10/27/2010   10:10:48 AM
  • 9
    I'm going to make the mummie's pizza and the cheese fingers:) - 10/27/2010   9:41:33 AM
  • 8
    LOL ! The pizza mummies are hilarious !! Although, I do love a nice bowl of pumpkin soup. - 10/27/2010   9:12:38 AM
  • 7
    I'm going to try those mummy pizzas. I will make them with high fiber english muffins. They'll be easy to put together in between answering the trick or treat calls. - 10/27/2010   8:54:50 AM
  • 6
    I agree - planning to try the eyeballs this weekend and the banana ghosts!! - 10/27/2010   12:31:59 AM
  • 5
    The "Eyeball" idea sounds fun. - 10/26/2010   9:54:18 PM
  • 4
    I'm a huge fan of Mexican dip, so I can't wait to try this SPOOKY version!! - 10/26/2010   5:51:25 PM
  • BUGGSYMATE
    3
    We live in the boonies and there is no trick-or-treating around us (which isn't a bad thing). I look forward to making some of these recipes though to make meal time fun for the kids. - 10/26/2010   3:02:25 PM
  • 2
    Halloween is my least favorite "holiday". I used to like it as a kid when we just dressed up in what was already in the house, and actually went to neighbors homes and the guessed who we were.

    Even when my kids were little it was fun. But not any more, for me. - 10/26/2010   1:56:43 PM
  • 1
    love this great going to try some of them for my kids - 10/26/2010   1:39:50 PM

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