Friday, October 26, 2012

11 Yummy Halloween Dinner Ideas The Kids Will LOVE

I absolutely love Rhodes bread. And every year we feature their Halloween creations made from their frozen roll dough. Below are 11 different Halloween themed recipes that your family and friends will love. They are very clever. Any of the dishes below are sure to put a smile on someone's faces!  My favorite is the Halloween Handwitches. Take a look.

Give yourself a hand this Halloween night, by serving up sandwiches on these fun and easy Halloween Handwitches.  Click HERE to go to the recipe and get all the info.

 Ghostly Three Cheese Pizza: Such a cute little ghost. The pepperoni's for his eyes is so cute. Click HERE to get the recipe

Bone Chillin' Breadsticks and dip: I'm making this along with a Halloween themed pizza for our family Sunday dinner. Yum!  Click HERE to get the recipe

Spooky but scrumptious, when the aroma of Ghost shaped rolls rising from the oven and wafting through the air reaches your little goblins they'll gobble them down! Click HERE to get the recipe

 Any little tummy will love these Yummy Mummy Dogs made with Rhodes frozen roll dough. Your costumed creatures will howl with fright-night delight to the very last bite. Click HERE to get the recipe

Taco Nacho Pizza Jack-o-Lanterns.  These glowing Jack-O-Lantern pizzas are guaranteed to carve a grin on the face of even the fiercest little ghoul. Click HERE to get the recipe

 Ghosts and goblins of all ages will love making (and eating) these delightful Spider S'mores. Delicious! Click HERE to get the recipe

 Spider Web Pepperoni PizzaThis recipe is a fun Halloween variation on the good old tried and true pepperoni pizza. Click HERE to get the recipe

 Spooky Spider: No Halloween is complete without a sweet spider to add to your dining enjoyment.?  Click HERE to get the recipe

Edible Eyeballs:  Spooky eyeballs looking at you. Fun to eat and easy to do!  Click HERE to get the recipe

Wicked Witch Dippers: Fill your treat table with some ghoulish fingers, witch fingers topped with Parmesan cheese and garlic salt. Click HERE to get the recipe.


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