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does anyone have really creepy dinner recipes for halloween for kids of all ages?

i know that this isn’t really a parenting question, but i figure parents are the ex[erts I need at the moment. i have kids from 4 months to 14 years. the rule is, you MUST eat a healthy dinner before trick or treating. Kids 1-5,( ages 14, 12, 10, 8, and 3) have requested a dinner that will make the strongest stomach quiver with trepidation. help? actual yummy food that looks like something NOT food… or something that USED to be food would be great.

5 Responses to does anyone have really creepy dinner recipes for halloween for kids of all ages?

  • Jessi says:


    This is a great website! I used it for my kids’ class parties!

  • Shannon L says:

    Food Network’s website has some good ideas. Check out this page: http://www.foodnetwork.com/holidays-and-parties/halloween-party-menu/pictures/index.html

    I’m not sure it’s as gruesome as your children are requesting though, but it’s a start.

  • muschj99 says:

    try spaghetti as intestines and peeled grapes as eye balls. the spaghetti sauce could be blood. maybe cauliflower heads as brains? or good old fashioned liver.

  • iH?nn?h (r?wr. i is fi?rc?) says:

    Homemade Maggot Stew (sure to make even the ghoulish of little monsters recoil in disgust)

    2 tablespoons Vegetable oil
    1/4 cup Flour
    1/2 teaspoon Salt
    1/2 teaspoon Pepper
    1/4 teaspoon Garlic powder
    1 pound Stew beef cut in one inch chunks
    2 cans (14 1/2oz) plain stewed Tomatoes
    1 can (10 1/2oz) beef broth
    1 teaspoon Thyme
    1 Bay leaf
    3 medium carrots
    1 cup Fresh or frozen green beans
    3/4 cup Orzo pasta


    Place oil in stew pot and turn heat to medium low. Measure flour, salt, pepper and garlic powder into ziploc bag. Drop in stew beef, seal bag and shake until well coated. Pour contents of bag into the stew pot. Turn the heat up to med. Use a long handled spoon to turn the meat every 3-4 minutes, letting the meat brown well on all sides.

    Cook until the meat begins to look crusty. Add the tomatoes, broth, thyme and bay leaf. Bring to a boil, then lower heat to low. Cover and let simmer.

    Peel the carrots and cut them into small coins with a knife. When the stew has simmered for one hour, add the carrots and green beans to the pot. Cover and simmer another 45 minutes.

    Cook the orzo in a saucepan according to the package directions. When just tender, drain it through a colander into the sink, shaking out any excess water. These are your maggots. Add them to the stew pot, then turn off heat and carefully spoon into bowls.

  • Elena . says:

    Make some sweet sugary Greeen Cookie Fingers with black fingernails 🙂 they’ll be sppoooked but they turn out great ! all you need is flower , sugar , Green blue-food dye, a pan to bake them in , all you need to do is line the mix in strips on the pan 🙂 wala !!
    throw on a witch hat !


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