4 ideas for fun Halloween
meals and snacks

Costumes, candy, decorations... Halloween is a fun holiday for both kids and their parents!

Here are a few quick and easy Halloween meals and snacks you can prepare with your kids this year. Whether you enjoy them a few days ahead of time or at the last minute, you'll find what you need to make October 31st a deliciously spooky holiday!

Mummy hot dogs

Mummy hot dogs

These unique hot dogs can be prepared in a jiffy! You'll need hot dogs, Selection frozen puff pastry sheets, and ketchup. First, get the puff pastry out of the freezer and preheat your oven to the temperature listed on the package. Then spread out the puff pastry on your counter and cut it into strips. Roll each hot dog in a strip, just like a mummy. To make the eyes, add two drops of ketchup before baking in the oven on a baking sheet for 15 minutes or until the puff pastry has turned golden brown. As it cooks, the ketchup with darken. The perfect Halloween treat!

Witch's soup

Witch's soup

This green soup looks just like a witch's brew because it's packed with tasty veggies. That means it's a good way to get your kids to eat their spinach! You'll need chicken broth, garlic, spinach, carrots, onion, and broccoli. Dice the vegetables (except the spinach) and heat them in a pot with the garlic, salt, pepper, and a bit of olive oil until they start to turn brown. Add the chicken broth. Once the vegetables start to soften, add the spinach. Cook for a few more minutes and then pulse in a blender to get a smooth texture. Serve the hot soup with a piece of toasted bread. Your kids will get their fill of vitamins before heading out for some trick-or-treating!

Witch's soup
Halloween pumpkin pie

Halloween pumpkin pie

Wondering what to do with the leftover pumpkin flesh from your pumpkin decorating contest? Bake a pumpkin pie! You'll need about two cups of milk, two cups of pumpkin puree, two eggs, half a cup of sugar, pumpkin pie spice, and an unbaked pie crust. To make the recipe even easier, you can find the two last items premade at your Super C. Preheat the oven to 350 °F and blind bake the pie crust in a pie mould for about 10 minutes. Then combine all the ingredients and pour the mixture over the pie crust. Bake for about 50 minutes. If you want to decorate the pie, you have two options: you can use leftover pie crust to create a pumpkin face or simply draw a spider web out of icing available at your Super C. Serve with a scoop of ice cream for a tasty dessert!

Bonus tip: to make your own homemade vanilla icing, combine one cup of butter with three cups of powdered sugar and one teaspoon of vanilla extract. Taste the icing before decorating your pie and adjust as needed.

A magic potion mocktail

A magic potion mocktail

Kick off your Halloween celebrations with some magic potion! This low-cost fruit punch is easy to make but you need to prepare the first step the night before. You'll need a disposable food preparation glove and red fruit juice (raspberry, strawberry, cranberry, etc.). Pour the red fruit juice into the glove and freeze it. The two other steps can be done when you're ready to serve. Combine orange juice and Selection sparkling water in a large bowl. Get the glove out of the freezer and add the "bloody" hand ice cube to the bowl. Ladle the punch into a clear glass decorated for Halloween. This magic potion is sure to add some thrills to your evening!

A magic potion mocktail

There's no age limit to celebrate Halloween

Whether you're a kid, teenager, or adult, Halloween is a great day to spend with the family. To get the most out of this holiday while saving, keep an eye on your flyer. Keep in mind that pumpkins often go on sale around October 31st. Happy Halloween!

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