From Mummified Pizza Toasts to Spooky Deviled Eggs

By: Laura McQuarrie - Oct 16, 2015
Around October, there is certainly no shortage of cookies, cakes, pies and candies that embrace the spooky season, but these Halloween dishes offer a break from a sugar overload with savory flavors instead.

For dinner, some of the most interesting appetizers and main dishes include vegetable stews made from purple potatoes, cheese sticks wrapped in enough bread to resemble a mummy and hot dogs styled to look like bloody fingers.

Last year, Tokyo Disney released Halloween-themed snacks including all-black menu items like sausages. For this upcoming holiday, Burger King launched the HA.1.LOWEEN WHOPPER, which swaps the traditional white bun for a black one. To recreate something like this at home, Sarah Spigelman Richter's recipe for Devilish Deviled Eggs simply gives eggs a spooky hue with a few drops of black food coloring.