21 Easy Halloween Dinner Ideas To Celebrate Holidays!

Your Halloween festivities are likely to be bigger and better in 2021 than any year before. In fact, you might even be planning a Halloween party with all the stops, including a deliciously scary dinner on October 31. If that’s the case, you’re going to want to take a look at our favourite dinner ideas for All Hallows Eve. The best part about all of these Halloween dinner ideas is that they are easy to make and you can seamlessly pack ’em up if you’re looking to bring a dish to a friend’s Halloween party instead. Now all you need to do is pick out the perfect costume, decide what dessert you’ll serve, and you’ll be all set.


21. Jack-o-lantern Cheese Quesadillas

Need an easy Halloween dinner recipe? These Jack O Lantern Quesadillas are perfect for easy Halloween dinner ideas or a Halloween party snack! These Jack O Lantern Quesadillas are a super easy one to make and great for lunch, dinner, snack or having a Halloween party! There is no need for dealing with yucky pumpkin guts for these jack o lanterns and you still get all the Halloween flare! Plus when you are having a party there is no need to complicate things when you can make easy treats that are just as fun as these Halloween Quesadillas.
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20. Halloween Deviled Eggs 

Halloween Deviled Eggs 

With Halloween sneaking upon us, I’m sure you’ll be attending some parties. The kids are sure going to go nuts over these Halloween deviled eggs. If you’re looking to jazz up a regular recipe this Halloween, this one is perfect for you. These deviled eggs are delicious and a huge hit with the kids. I mean, they look like dinosaur eggs! They’re super cool. It does take a little bit of prep for the eggs, but still relatively easy.
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19. Halloween Keto Cauliflower Brain

Halloween Keto Cauliflower Brain

Are you hosting a Halloween party this year? If so, make sure to include this delicious side dish that packs a major flavour punch. Not only does this dish look perfectly creepy and spooky for Halloween, but it also tastes so good and is incredibly easy to make. Just roast the cauliflower in the oven, whip up the sauces, and you have yourself a crowd-pleasing veggie side. Oh and stab a knife in it for good measure! Not only will you need this for serving, but it also gives a dramatic Halloween flare. It will be ready in no time and you can spend your Halloween with your family and friends. 
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18. Halloween Pizza

 Halloween Pizza

If you’re looking for Halloween food ideas to feed the family that is both spooky and quick to make then this Halloween pizza is the recipe for you. We’ve used a readymade base you can buy in most supermarkets for ease, although you could make your own pizza dough instead. The cheese ghosts are created using ghost-shaped cookie cutters. You could also use other themed shapes like bats, pumpkins, or spiders as well.
Get the recipe here.


17. Halloween Feet Loaf Recipe 

Halloween Feet Loaf Recipe 

This fun and spooky Halloween Feet Loaf recipe are disgustingly delicious and easy to make! I used my favourite meatloaf recipe and added some onion ring stumps, celery toenails, and barbecue sauce blood to create the spookiest Halloween meal ever!! I was looking for a fun and creepy meal for Halloween this year while watching Harry Potter for the 50th time and I thought troll feet would be perfect for making something creepy. You should try this too and surprise your family with these Halloween Dinner ideas. 
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16. Eyeball Pasta

Eyeball Pasta

Dinner on Halloween can be anything but regular—it’s gotta be spooky! Our classics have been Jack-‘o-Lantern Stuffed Peppers and Ghost Pizza Bagels, but now we’re obsessed with turning ordinary meatballs into scary works of art by making them look like monster eyeballs. All you need is some mozzarella (fresh works best since it’s thicker) and black olives. This easy Eyeball Pasta is a cute and delicious dinner that your family will love and the best part is that it’s easy to make! Spinach pasta is naturally green making it the perfect way to serve up this spooky dinner. If you’d like your pasta a little brighter you can add a few drops of green food colouring to the water while it’s boiling. 
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15. Spaghetti Squash Puking Pumpkin

Spaghetti Squash Puking Pumpkin

The day I came up with this recipe for pesto spaghetti squash was the day I first spotted the little pie pumpkins in the produce section of the store. The presentation for this recipe is pretty gross and very Halloween’esque, but what I need you to know is that this Basil Pesto Spaghetti Squash is absolutely delicious as a “normal” side dish for any time of year. The puking pumpkin part is totally optional. 
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14. Cheesy Mummy Breadsticks

Cheesy Mummy Breadsticks

Breadsticks are delicious and sometimes buttery and flaky and it’s comforting and it just makes me happy. I like making it in some form all the time, especially using crescent roll dough! I’m not sure why crescent roll dough is my favourite, but it is, and it’s especially easy to work with and to create with! If you’re in need of a fun and tasty recipe for a Halloween dinner or appetizer for a Halloween party, then look no further than these ooey-gooey cheesy mummy Breadsticks. You should seriously try these Halloween dinner ideas. It’s too delicious and everyone will love it. 
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13. Deviled Eyeballs

Deviled Eyeballs

These spooky-kooky deviled eyeballs are such fun Halloween party appetizers! They won’t just make your party guests giggle, they taste delicious too! They’re also perfect for your KETO, low-carb boys and ghouls. All you need are a few simple kitchen tools, a few olives and a spooky movie to play while you work! Let’s make creepy-creepy deviled eyeballs! They’re super easy to make, and even if you don’t have the tools that I used to make them, (a pastry-piping tip and tiny round cookie cutter) I bet you have tools lying around your kitchen that will work just as well. 
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12. Pizza Skulls 

 Pizza Skulls 

This Halloween creeps out your friends and family by serving them some Stuffed Pizza Skulls. They are really easy to make yet look so amazingly cool that no one will realize they took minutes to make. Pizza, stuffed inside a skull is easier to make than you’d ever imagine. You can make any kind of bread shaped like a human skull using the pan. You can even stuff the skulls full of gooey cheese and pizza toppings. It’s really delicious and I have tried it the previous Halloween. You try these Halloween dinner ideas and creep out your family and friends. 
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11. Halloween Fruit Salad

Halloween Fruit Salad

Looking for easy healthy party food ideas for the kids this Halloween? Get the kids involved with making this super cute and fun buffet-style Halloween Fruit Salad. Full of lots of different fruits including melons & pineapple cut into cat, ghost, bat and pumpkin shaped treats using cookie cutters. Melons and pineapples are perfect fruits for getting big enough slices for cutting shapes out of. This festive fruit salad calls for orange and black (or dark purple) fruit.  I used canned mandarin oranges, cantaloupe, blackberries, and black grapes. Blueberries would also work in this fruit salad.
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10. Meatball Mummies

Meatball Mummies

Serve up these scary meatballs for Halloween! Wrap Pillsbury™ Crescent Roll dough around this classic appetizer to create a fun, festive dish you can make with the kiddos. Our Halloween meatball recipe is oven-ready in just 15 minutes, and it’s always a hit. Upgrade your frozen meatball appetizer recipe and serve up these holiday-inspired bites instead. Everyone will love this amazing Halloween dinner recipe I can assure you. 
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9. Jack o’ Lantern Burgers

Jack o’ Lantern Burgers

I love the holidays and I love incorporating little touches like these Jack-O-Lantern burgers into our celebration. Obviously, this easy Halloween dinner is pretty self-explanatory and might give you ideas for other fun and easy Halloween meal options. I’ve done something similar with grilled cheese sandwiches and/or you could also cute little jack o’lantern faces into cheese slices and serve them on round crackers. Once you start getting creative with fun Halloween meal ideas, the options are truly endless!
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8. Loaded Mashed Potato Spider Web Casserole

tato Spider Web Casserole

This hearty casserole is as easy as it is filling and the spooky cobweb appearance is the perfect accompaniment to a Halloween menu. The everything-mashed potato casserole seemed to evolve over a year and it’s a great dish to take to a covered dish event. If I need to keep it warm for a longer time, I sometimes place the mixture into a crockpot and then add the sour cream, bacon, cheese and chives. They’re crispy on the outside, soft and pillowy on the inside, and filled with the same great taste loaded baked potato yields. Like I said delicious.
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7. Brimstone Bread 

Bread 

I love making brimstone bread. Between the dark crunchy topping and the soft inner core, it’s perfect for everything from sandwiches, to burgers, to just slathering with butter and eating warm from the oven. This shockingly pitches black and fire red bread looks just like glowing coal of brimstone. Made from hearty white bread topped with a crunchy layer of rice bread, these are guaranteed to be the highlight of any dinner spread. This looks wonderful if you make it in the correct way. So try this as shown in the recipe below and surprise your family with these amazing Halloween dinner ideas. 
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6. Frankenstein Halloween Sandwich Wraps

6. Frankenstein Halloween Sandwich Wraps

Though the outside is almost too cute to eat, these Frankenstein Halloween Sandwich wraps are not just edible, they’re delicious! You can basically transform any of your family’s favourite sandwiches into these Halloween themed wraps. They’re seriously my favourite. Their line of naturally gluten-free and lactose-free cheeses are flavorful, creamy, and perfect for pairing with just about everything! You should also try it. Everyone will love this amazing dish. 
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5. Bloody Finger Hot Dogs

Bloody Finger Hot Dogs

Ok, this might be my most terrifying Halloween recipe ever and I LOVE it actually. These bloody finger hot dogs for Halloween are so gross and yet so amazing, all at the same time. They take “finger food” to a new extreme! They’re actually pretty quick and easy to make! You only need about 20 minutes and four ingredients to make these Bloody Severed Finger Hot Dogs. So what are you guys waiting for? Halloween is coming and you should try these Halloween dinner ideas and your family and friends will legit freak out seeing these creepy dishes. 
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4. Halloween Shredded Chicken & Rice Stuffed Peppers

Halloween Shredded Chicken & Rice Stuffed Peppers

This meal was originally born out of leftovers. I love to make the slow cooker shredded taco chicken recipe below for tacos, and we usually have Mexican rice as an aside. These shredded chicken and rice stuffed peppers are made in the crockpot (or slow cooker) and are an easy and fun meal when you carve your peppers for Halloween! You can either make the slow cooker chicken as a meal one day (for tacos, burritos, taco salads etc.) and make extra to have these peppers later on, or you can make the chicken and rice just for the stuffed peppers.
Get the recipe here.


3. Halloween Pasta Pie 

Halloween Pasta Pie 

The Halloween Pasta Pie is an easy dish and quick to make. Meat and cheese-filled pasta baked in a vertical pattern with a saucy top and bottom. Pure comfort food if you ask me, also perfect for Sunday family dinner or dinner with friends. It takes a few extra steps to put together but they are pretty simple and worth the extra effort. It’s too delicious with all the cheese. Everyone is gonna love it so much. 
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2. Spider Web Taco Dip

Spider Web Taco Dip

Spider web taco dip is my recipe of the day- one I have had posted for quite some time now. Today I brushed off the dust and add things like an updated recipe card. Spider web taco dip turns a Mexican seven-layer dip into a scary good Halloween party appetizer dip for chips. But the inside is basically what I’d put into a Mexican layer dip. You can even switch the ingredients around if you like something else, like adding beef or chicken. I just like it simple and vegetarian. But spiders… aren’t vegetarians, are they? So keep that in mind if a tarantula or three drops into your party. They can often be found hanging about outside the party door looking for their moment to crash the festivities.
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1. Halloween Chicken and Pasta Skewers

Halloween Chicken and Pasta Skewers

Whether you’re making Halloween dinner or planning a party, these savoury skewers are loaded with chicken, pasta, and other goodness for the perfect bite! Savoury Halloween recipes don’t have to be complicated at all. Take these delicious Halloween Chicken and Pasta skewers, for example! These skewers are loaded with cheese-filled tortellini, crispy chicken, and other goodness along with creepy spider rings to make the perfect Halloween party appetizer or Halloween meal the whole family will love. Try these amazing Halloween dinner ideas at home and surprise your family and friends – basically, make them freak out. 
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