Halloween Week Meal Plan

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Holidays, Recipes | October 26, 2014 | By

Need a little help with meal planning this week? We’ve got a week’s worth of easy dinners perfect for busy nights and festive Halloween-themed meals all planned out. Be sure to follow our Fall Favorites board on Pinterest for even more ideas!

Sunday:
You might need a little extra time to make this Roasted Butternut Squash Spiderweb Soup, but the delicious fall flavors are worth it! Another option is to make your favorite creamy soup and draw a spiderweb on top for an easy, fun dinner.

Monday:
These Halloween Baked Potato Skin Pizzas are easy to throw together with a little help from the kids. Use pizza toppings such as pepperoni and olives to create everything from Dracula faces and mummies to spiders and jack-o-lanterns.

Tuesday:
How fun are these Jack O’Lantern Shepherd’s Pie Stuffed Peppers? They’re also deceptively simple to make. Just use a paring knife to carve faces in your orange bell peppers and fill them with mashed potatoes, browned ground beef, veggies and gravy.

Wednesday:
Surprise your kids with this spooky Halloween Spaghetti! A dose of black food coloring takes this recipe from your typical week-night spaghetti to a creepy Halloween treat.

Thursday:
Have a busy night full of Halloween festivities? Make sure your kids get a good dinner before loading up on sweets by fixing Arroz Con Pollo. You can get it baking earlier in the afternoon and then wrap it up for an easy to-go meal.

Friday:
Does your family have a traditional Halloween dinner? We think our Family Pizza Night is perfect for that pre-Trick-or-Treating meal. Your kids will love picking the toppings for their own individual pizza and this meal can easily stretch to feed a ghouly friend or two.   

Saturday:
Whether your Saturday includes catching up on football games or just recuperating from the Halloween chaos, pop our Fully Loaded Chicken and Potato Soup with Breadsticks in the oven for a cozy family lunch or dinner.


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