Every year the Friday before Halloween, we celebrate with a feast at home. Or as we like to call it, Spooky Shabbat! Every year it gets better and spookier. I can’t wait to share what we did this year! Until then I thought it was good time to have everything in one place. That way I can add on to the list, plus it will be a great place to look back at all the recipes.
I like to mix our dishes at home with colorful paper patterns.
I even make a kid friendly table for all the kiddos.
Our Spooky Shabbat Menu consists of:
I add these hearts to spinach and silvered almonds tossed in a mustard vinaigrette.
Olive dip is made with a can of black olives and 1 tbsp of mayo blended until smooth.
Jack-O-Lantern Stuffed Peppers
Sauteed ground beef with mushrooms and onions.
Puff pastry with shredded cheese and sauce for 15-20 minutes on 425.
This is always a crowd pleaser! The shear visual of a meat shaped hand is interesting to look at and tasty too. Recipe can be found here.
Sweet Carrot Thumbs
Roasted Vampire Daggers
Graveyard Pudding Cups
This was a fun dish to bring to a Halloween potluck.
Jack-O-Lantern Veggie Tray
Baked Brie with cranberry and nuts
Another great potluck dish is this baked Brie with cranberry and nuts.
Jack-O-Lantern 5 Layer Taco Dip
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