Halloween Roundup

Halloween is just days away now. You’ve probably got your costumes and candy squared away already, but there are still a lot of ways to make the holiday memorable and fun for the whole family.

I’ve gathered some of my favorite Halloween Crafts, Recipes, and Snacks to inspire you as you plan your Hallow’s Eve festivities this week.

Halloween Breakfast Ideas:

Most of these breakfast ideas are simple enough to pull together on a weekday morning and start the holiday off with a little something special. The Pumpkin Bagels are probably best made ahead, but they are worth the extra planning!

Pumpkin Bagels with Pumpkin Seeds | Twigg Studios

Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal | Good Life Eats

Bacon and Eggs Skull and Crossbones | Vincent Abry

Honeydew Fruit Bats | Shaken Together

Halloween Snack Ideas:

Kids and adults will enjoy the whimsy of these healthy, spooky snacks. These would be a perfect lunchbox surprise too!

Mini Baybel Eyeballs | Cute Food For Kids

Banana Ghosts and Clementine Pumpkins | Creamty

Veggie Skeleton | Feeding Frenzy

Candy Corn Fruit Cocktails | Family Fresh Meals

Halloween Dinner Ideas:

Halloween Dinner needs to be warm and filling after a chilly evening out trick-or-treating.  Whether you come home to a spooky dinner, like Cauldron Curry, or a big pot of hot Chili, these delicious recipes are going to warm you right up.Braised Short Rib and Bacon Chili | Good Life Eats

Sweet Spiced Pumpkin Soup | Some the Wiser

Cauldron Curry | Martha Stewart

Candy Corn Quesadillas | Julie’s Eats and Treats

Crock Pot Picadillo Stuffed Peppers | Skinny Taste

Halloween Craft Ideas:

These fun crafts not only give you something fun to do with the kids for the holiday, they also provide some spooky Halloween décor for the house.

Q-Tip Calacas | Artolazzi

Cheese Cloth Ghosts | Country Living

Paper Pumpkins | Scottsdale Moms Blog

Halloweggs | Little Food Junction

What plans do you have for Halloween this year?

 

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