We all know that Halloween can be a fun and crazy night. But, it doesn't mean that you have to sacrifice a good home cooked meal because of the craziness. The crockpot is your friend and we are here to make sure that you have some great options up your sleeve to have a warm meal on the table on Halloween night. Another tip from us is to set the table. Take those fall decoration ideas that we had from a couple of weeks ago and set the table on Halloween to welcome the kids home to a cozy house where a hearty crockpot meal awaits. It will help them to recharge and give you another family dinner night to anchor your family.
Below are our top 15 crockpot meals for Halloween night for your family. Soups and stews are a great meal to come home to after walking miles for candy on Halloween night. These crockpot dinners for Halloween are a great way to go.
You can also use your crockpot to whip up some sides to pair with simple sandwiches to refuel the kids, and yourself, after your neighborhood Halloween walk is complete. This Slow Cooker Stuffing recipe may be such a hit that it shows up again at Thanksgiving.
Casseroles and full meal slow cooker options are always a good family dinner choice on busy nights and we think some of these will be swiftly making their way onto our weekly meal plans throughout the winter.
Crock Pot Tater Tot and Egg Bake from Julie's Eats & Treats
Chicken Enchilada Casserole from The Savvy Bump
Slow Cooker Red Lentil Dal from Cafe Johnsonia
Desserts and sweet treats can also be a fun way to have crockpot dinners for Halloween have a fun ending to a fun night. We're thinking that candy can even be dipped in this Apple Dip. Ok, we may be saving this for ourselves after the kids head up to bed.
Do you have any traditional Halloween night dinners that you make? Which of these great slow cooker options will you be trying out this Friday?
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Cooking on Halloween night is always so tough to do! I either prep in advance, do a crock pot meal or just order pizza!
That creamy tortellini soup is what I want to eat right now!
This totally complements my post on how to fill up your kids so they don’t overload on candy on Halloween! I’ll be making something from here on Friday.
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