These festive, fun and inexpensive recipes are perfect for serving post-trick or treat Halloween meal.
Come home from trick-or-treating to this memorable make-ahead Halloween meal. From spooky snacks to decadent desserts, the
whole family will love this festive dinner. Plus we've included a printable shopping list to make your party preparation less
Click to download: Shopping List (PDF)
Cost per serving: $1.09
This recipe is so delicious, kids will actually want to eat their veggies. You can save time on Halloween night by preparing the dip a day in advance; just keep it covered and refrigerated until serving.
See recipe: Buttermilk-Herb Dip with Crudites
Cost per serving: 64¢
Make salad special with this tasty recipe. You can kick up the flavor by using spicy nuts instead of plain toasted walnuts. Try these Roasted Spiced Pecans for added zing.
See recipe: Green Salad with Celery, Walnuts and Cranberries
Cost per serving: 46¢
You can make this popcorn up to two days ahead. Store it at room temperature in an airtight container. To serve it in cones like these, line pretty paper with waxed paper and secure with tape.
See recipe: Sweet and Spicy Popcorn
Cost per serving: $1.94
Warm up after trick-or-treating with this hearty dish. Prepare the chili the day before you plan to serve it so the flavors have time to develop, and reheat it just before you put it on the table.
See recipe: Black Bean and Butternut Squash Chili
Cost per serving: $1.17
There's no better way to complete a Halloween celebration than with this indulgent, treat-inspired dessert. You can swap in another kind of candy for the Snickers, if you prefer: Peanut butter cups, malted milk balls or chocolate-covered toffee bars all work well. Then drizzle with chocolate syrup for extra decadence.
See recipe: Snickers Cheesecake