Wednesday 24 October 2012

Halloween Meals

Yesterday I shared some Not-So-Spendy Halloween links.  Today, I'm sharing links for a few out-of-the-ordinary Halloween recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  All good fun!

I don't know a single kid - big or small - who wouldn't love to start Halloween morning off with these pumpkin pancakes and black cinnamon syrup from Tidy Mom.

A Batman or Spiderman themed lunch like these from Bentorific would be perfect for Halloween

and I'm sure these monster sandwiches from My Own Road would go down a treat too.

These Halloween themed mandarin orange fruit cups  from Pimp My Dinner make a wonderful lunchbox surprise,

and these Jack-o-Lantern quesadillas from My Recipes would make a tasty lunch, or a good quick supper before you head out the door to trick-or-treat.

You can carve bell pepper Jack-o-Lanterns for Halloween supper and stuff them with all manner of things.  Modern Mrs. Cleaver stuffs hers with Mexican rice.

These Mummy Dogs from Picky Palate never fail to make my fella grin,  

and, to go with dinner, here's some blood red punch from Whimsically Homemade.

What's for dessert?

Well, we'll talk about that tomorrow.  :)


CF @ OutlierModel said...

Super cute! I'm going to a pumpkin carving get-together on Saturday and may have to consider using one or two of these.

Anonymous said...

Haha..I love this!! Some awesome ideas there for anyone to use with the kids or for a party. I'm making our scary witches fingers this weekend and will be posting the recipe and pics on the blog. Mrs.CBB and I make them every year as a tradition.. great for dunking in our tea!

Aunt B said...

I'll look forward to the post Mr. CBB. :)

Tara said...

Wonderful ideas!!! So cute!!! Thank you for sharing all of these Beth! xoxo

Alea Milham said...

this is a great round up! I am adding the quesadillas to my menu for next week. My kids will love it!

Aunt B said...

My pleasure Tara. :) I'm glad you enjoyed them.

Aunt B said...

I'm glad you enjoyed it Alea. I liked the quesadillas too. There on the menu for supper at our house (along with pumpkin and orange lentil soup) on Thursday. :)