Halloween Week Meal Plan

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!

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.