Every year I make a fun Halloween dinner. Last year I made homemade vegetable beef soup and told my kids it was Goblin Stew.
The year before that I made chicken wings -- and told them it was bat wings.
Tee Hee. It's always fun!
This year, I have a few fun things planned as well.
These banana ghosts are fun with chocolate chip eyes and a mouth. Clementine pumpkins with celery stems are a healthy treat as well.
This year, I think I'll make a few hot dog mummies as well.
Anything that makes your normal dinner a little fun or creepy will do.
How about a pot roast, or beef stew. Call it munchkin meat with mashed potato ghosts. Just whip up your potatoes a little stiffer than normal and pipe them out with a pastry bag.
What will you be serving for Halloween dinner?
Only By His Grace,