Spook up your supper tonight with these hauntingly delicious Halloween recipes.
A spider web of mustard and ketchup goes perfect with Mummy Dogs. (The secret to the “bun” is refrigerated breadstick dough.) To make the web, fill a small bowl with ketchup. Using a squirt bottle, pipe mustard in concentric circles on top of ketchup. Beginning at the center, draw a wooden pick through the circles in a spoke pattern.
Monster Meatball Sandwiches, which start with frozen meatballs, are a bit spicy. Taste one before serving to little ones or omit the relish.
- Recipe: Monster Meatball Sandwiches
Fill your little goblins' bellies with Witches’ Brew Chicken Soup before sending them out to trick-or-treat. The soup is filling and easy and will help keep them warm as round the neighborhood.
- Recipe: Witches’ Brew Chicken Soup
Do a little bonding in the kitchen by cooking with teenagers. We think they’ll enjoy making this recipe for Tex-Mex Lasagna. Add quick-to-fix Fiesta Salad and ice-cream sandwiches for a complete meal. With these delicious offerings your young chef will dish up a wonderful supper before they head out for their Halloween gathering.
- Recipe: Tex-Mex Lasagna
Pumpkins of all ages will get in the spooky spirit when they see a jack-o'-lantern for supper. The heart combination of ground beef and cheese is sure to satisfy your entire family.
- Recipe: Jack-O'-Lantern Cheeseburger Pie
Planning on having a couple of friends over to help pass out candy? Impress them with hearty Grilled Pizza With Steak, Pear, and Arugula. The recipe serves four, so double it to serve six to eight. Most grills can handle two
Recipe: Grilled Pizza With Steak, Pear, And Arugula
We've found a way to even get your hot dog weiner's into the act. This easy recipes is sure to delight your costume-clad guests.
- Recipe: Weiner Worms