Check out these 18 spooky Halloween dinner ideas that are so good they are scary. If you are planning an epic Halloween bash or looking for some family-friendly dinner ideas that fit the Halloween theme, check out these tasty Halloween creations. From ghosts to monsters, and all things in between, I have you covered.
Whether you are on the hunt for a full meal of Halloween themed foods or appetizers and snacks to serve at your bash, I got some great recipes below. Your guests will love the spook and devour the tasty food and reach in for seconds.
Halloween Dinner Ideas For Kids And Adults
1.) Monster Mash Soup from Peas and Crayons
What is awesome about this soup is you can use your favorite soup and then just add in the eyes and rest of face. A squash, or pumpkin soup would be great for this Halloween dinner.
2.) Snot Dip from Nerdy Mamma
Wow, this dip is really snot colored. It is a cheesy dip that you can serve with nose shaped pieces of bread to give the whole effect of a snotty mess.
3.) Mummy Dogs from Homemade Interest
Grab a hot dog and some biscuit dough and make some really spooky mummies that your family can devour for a Halloween themed dinner night. You could even pair this with the snot dip, to dip your mummies in.
4.) Ghost Pizzas from The Mommy Mix
Who doesn’t love a good pizza? Have you ever sank your teeth into ghost pizza? If your answer is no, now is the time. Make up these fun ghost shaped pizzas that will leave your kids screaming with delight.
5.) Spooky Noodles with Blood Sauce from Mooshu Jenn
Transform your pasta to a whole new dimension with this colorful and bold pasta that is smothered in blood sauce. Or just plain pasta sauce, but you got to admit saying blood sauce gives it that spooky feel that you know your kids will eat even more of.
6.) Bony Breadsticks from I Heart Naptime
Serve this alongside of your noodles in blood sauce for a screaming dinner. These bony breadsticks are soft, flavorful, and so delicious, despite the scare of bones at first glance.
7.) Mummified Stromboli from Eighteen 25
Look at the creativity to transform a stromboli into a mummy. Eery, spooky, and satisfying down to the last crumb. Great for serving your family or a party crowd.
8.) Roasted Halloween Veggies from Live Eat Learn
You can’t have a complete meal without a side of vegetables! Don’t just dump a can of corn, transform your veggies into a fun Halloween theme that will lure in little kids to want to eat the fun shapes.
9.) Easy Halloween Pizza from Parenting Chaos
Bagel crisps are the base of these tasty spooky pizzas that will fit your spooky spider theme. Lay out all the ingredients and let your kids join in by creating their own spider style pizzas to enjoy at supper or even lunch.
10.) Monster Sliders from I Heart Naptime
Bite-size monster Tex-Mex chicken sliders to the rescue. A great dinner idea to feed a crowd or just your family for a quick and easy dinner on a busy weeknight. I love the monster theme, such a creative way to serve a slider.
11.) Skull Vegan Pot Pies from Healthy Slow Cooking
Looking for a vegan option, sink your teeth into this rich and flavorful vegan pot pie that is in a skull shape. The presentation factor is off the charts as well as the flavors you will get from this heart pot pie.
12.) Spooky Spider Dip from Two Healthy Kitchens
Grab your favorite dip whether homemade or store bought and create a spider look out of a bell pepper. Toss in hummus, sour cream based dip, or whatever you want and serve with chips or veggies.
13.) Jack O Lantern Mac and Cheese Cups from The Seasoned Mom
Grab some plastic cups and create jack o lanterns to fill with your favorite macaroni and cheese. This is a simple way to dress up the presentation factor of an easy side dish. It really lures in little kids to want to eat more because it has a fun presentation factor.
14.) Rotten Deviled Eggs from Parenting Chaos
Okay, these are way to fun not to share. These rotten deviled eggs would be a perfect side dish or appetizer to serve. Look at that bold design on the eggs to really amplify the Halloween feel. These are a must make.
15.) Halloween Temari Sushi from Chopstick Chronicles
Have a craving for sushi, make your own in a fun and Halloween themed way. How fun are these jack o lanterns, and black cats and skeletons? A fun and exciting way to serve up dinner.
16.) Witch Cresent Rolls from Spaceship and Laser Beams
Okay, this is too fun not to share, and a perfect side to pair with your Halloween themed dinner. Take crescent roll dough and transform it into a witches hat, for a really fun way to get your starches in!
17.) Monster Asparagus Tart from Pizzazzerie
This tart is out of this world in flavor and presentation. A great treat to make to help get in your daily vegetables in a fun way. Light, refreshing, and cheesy.
18.) Eyeball Pasta from Spend with Pennies
Serve up a bowl full of eyeball pasta and watch your kids squirm with excitement at the fun theme. This is one savory dish, so don’t be shocked. A rich tomato based sauce smothered over al dente pasta.
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Which one of these Halloween Dinner Ideas is on your list to make?