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Easy Halloween Dinner Ideas

These quick meals will fuel the kids for the fun Halloween festivities to come!

Have fun with Halloween dinner in just a few minutes—and get the kids fed before the festivities—with this easy pumpkin quesadilla. (It also works for lunch too!)

Pumpkin Quesadilla

Serve these quesadillas with salsa, sour cream, and/or guacamole as desired. You can leave them as simple vegetarian quesadillas or add in a protein like chicken or beans.

Sweet Potato Quesadilla

Use canned beans to make this meal lightning fast. You can make as few or as many of these easy quesadillas as you like.

Bean and Cheese Quesadillas

This is an easy recipe to make ahead of time (with almost any veggie you like) and then warm up for the kids with some toast or crackers.

Egg and Cheese Mini Muffins

Wrap scrambled eggs and beans in a tortilla with cheese and serve with salsa for an easy, but satisfying kids meal.

Breakfast Burritos

Mix up this super simple avocado sauce and toss with your pasta of choice. The green color is fun for Halloween too!

Avocado Pasta

With a creamy texture and veggies right in the mix, this is an easy Halloween dinner (that lets you use up purees if needed).

Sweet Potato Mac and Cheese

Just 4 ingredients make this easy pasta meal sing. We love it for any night of the week, but especially busy ones.

Sausage Broccoli Pasta

Cheese, crackers, bread, some fruit, and veggies turn snacks into a fun meal. This is a great option for sharing a cheese plate with kids and calling it dinner.

Snack Dinner

Throw the ingredients into the slow cooker in the morning and dinner will be ready and waiting when you are.

Slow Cooker Black Bean Soup

Pair ABC pasta with frozen veggies and broth in this super simple (and yummy) soup. You can even customize it by using only the veggies that the kids like.

Alphabet Soup

A fun color for the holiday and nutritious? Yes! Packed with spinach (and iron!), these bright green eggs are fun and delicious.

Spinach Eggs

Make a batch of muffins, pair it with fruit or a smoothie, and you have an easy meal ready to go.

Pumpkin Muffins

Call them “monster muffins” or any fun name you like and serve them up for a festive (and easy) kids meal with fruit and milk.

Spinach Muffins

These blender muffins have veggies right in the mix, but taste like brownies. How’s that for a fun meal?!

Chocolate Protein Muffins

With just a few ingredients, these protein-packed pancakes are a favorite easy breakfast-for-dinner idea.

Cottage Cheese Pancakes

With an easy method that uses just one pan, this is a comforting pasta dish to share with the kids.

Broccoli Mac and Cheese

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Keep expectations low for intake as the kids may be more excited about Halloween than they are interested in eating much. (Or could be the opposite!) Visit the blog for even more tips and tricks!