Tasty Howl-o-ween Recipes

For a change of pace, I’m sharing some of the yummy recipes I’m going to make for a family dinner that falls on Allhallows Eve. If you click on the photos below, you’ll get the recipes for these super cute, (mostly) super easy, and — undoubtedly — tasty Halloween-themed foods. I’ll add raw veggies and a healthy dip to round out the meal.

What are your favorite scary-good recipes?

Crescent Mummy Dogs

I’ve had my eyes on these adorable mummy hotdogs ever since I found the recipe last year. My granddaughter squealed when she saw the photo — we’ll have fun making dinner together.

Healthy + Cute + Yummy = Happy Moms and Happy Little Goblins (no recipe, but easy to make from the photo -- use regular and mini chocolate chips w/bananas, celery pieces with tangerines or clementines).

Healthy + Cute + Yummy = Happy Moms and Happy Little Goblins (no recipe, but easy to make from the photo — use regular and mini chocolate chips with bananas, celery pieces with tangerines or clementines).

I'm not making the tacos but this spider is just too cute not to use as an edible decoration on everyone's plate.

I’m not making the tacos, but this olive-spider is just too cute not to use as an edible decoration on everyone’s plate.

These witches' brooms combine a sugar cookie recipe with pretzels plus a drizzling of chocolate -- a little extra work but cute.

These witches’ brooms combine a sugar cookie recipe with pretzels plus a drizzling of chocolate — a little extra work but cute.

Witches' hats are another super easy recipe, using pre-made ingredients, that will go together fast.

Witches’ hats are another super easy recipe, using pre-made ingredients, that will go together fast.

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