Halloween Dinner


Halloween Week {Dinner}

This week I am giving you some great ideas on how to have a FUN, SAFE, and DELICIOUS Halloween. Kick off the holiday season in a healthy way with these delicious dinner recipes for you AND the kids. From healthy food ideas to fun minute-to-win-it games, you’re going to be ready for the fun to begin!

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But for now…back to Halloween!


This is a Layton family favorite! It’s the perfect soup to serve on a crisp Halloween night! You can healthy it up by using turkey burger instead of ground beef.

Taco Soup

Click HERE for Taco Soup recipe.


These are so easy and cute. The kids are going to love them!

Eyeball Salad

1 Bag Lettuce mix

1 Sliced Tomatoe

1 Sliced Green Peper

1 Sliced Carrot

4 Hard Boiled Eggs Sliced

1 Small Can Olives

Low-fat ranch dressing

In a large bowl. combine lettuce and veggies. Slice the Eggs into three and layer with a sliced olive. Aren’t the eyeballs adorable?!! Top with a low-fat ranch dressing.


 Pumpkin Cuties

Have you ever seen anything cuter at the dinner table? These Pumpkin Cuties are sure to be a big hit (and the bonus? They are healthy! No processed sugar!) Just peel the clementine and stick a small stem of celery in the top. The kids will definitely grab one for their plate!


 Banana Ghosts

This is sure to be a kid Favorite. Cut your bananas in half, add raisins for the eyes and mouth, and voila!…You have your Banana Ghosts.


Spider PB&J’s 

Not only will these be great for Halloween dinner, but they make a great lunch for the whole month of October! Use wheat bread with Adams all-natural peanut butter and Jam. Cut the spiders out with the end of a hollow soup can or round cookie cutter. (Use a smaller can or cookie cutter to make even smaller spiders. The kids would love a mama spider with babies!) Slide the pretzels in the side, give it some raisin eyes, and you’ll have a lunch or dinner the kids are sure to love!

Want more recipes? My recipe book has healthy menu ideas for all year long! Click HERE for more information.

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