Roasted Carrot Mummies
Imagine: it's Halloween and you smell the sweet aroma of pumpkins cooking on the stove. It's finally time for the main event of the night, dinner. When preparing the quintessential Halloween dinner, you can't go wrong by pairing seasonal flavors with fresh produce. Pumpkins, squash, zucchinis, and carrots will add rich flavor to your meal, letting you enjoy the tastes of the fall season. If you really want to amplify the themes of the night, you can add gooey eyeballs, red-hot blood, and creepy Halloween accents to your dish to elevate your meal even more, making it fit for monsters and witches alike. If you're ready to make the Halloween dinner of your dreams (or nightmares), read on to see the most mouthwatering meals of them all. Happy haunting!
— Additional reporting by Erin Cullum