10 Halloween Lunches

10 Halloween Lunches Collage

Today I am sharing 10 new Halloween lunches. I made these for my husband, friend’s daughter, my Mom, my Dad, and myself. I enjoy making cute food for anyone who will eat it and luckily I have no trouble finding volunteers. In this article, I feature quesadillas, pizza, sandwiches, and a calzone.

Spider lunch

I made this spider themed lunch for my Dad since I knew that I wanted to make a deviled egg and he likes them.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Cheese quesadilla with food marker details, salsa in a Mini Dipper (I put the top on after taking the photo)

Top Right: Blackberries

Bottom Right: Deviled egg cut with crinkle cutter, black olive spider

Candy Corn Lunch

I made this candy corn themed lunch for my Mom. I modified the recipe a little to make it more crispy than the original recipe.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Candy Corn Quesadilla (I basically used this recipe but did not use chicken and cooked it for 10 minutes before putting the cheese on top and used Gouda instead of the Tillamook cheese)

Top Right: Pineapple and coconut

Bottom Right: Air popped popcorn with orange and yellow Reese’s Pieces

Ghost Quesadilla Lunch

I made this friendly ghost lunch for myself. The picks were from Lindt Halloween chocolates.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Ghost shaped cheese quesadillas with melted chocolate chip eyes, salad mix

Top Right: Diced cucumbers and tomatoes

Bottom Right: Red grapes

Jack-o-lantern calzone lunch

I made this Jack-o-Lantern calzone for myself. It was so much fun to make and eat.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Top: Calzone made with pizza dough and filled with ricotta cheese, spinach, and a lot of pepper), I cut pumpkin face details with cookie cutters. I then baked it.

Bottom Left: Pumpkin shaped melon

Bottom Right: Almonds

Mini Dipper: Pizza sauce

Tiger Halloween Lunch

I made this simple lunch for myself using CuteZCute Cuddle Palz.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Tiger CuteZCute Cuddle Palz wheat sandwich with almond butter, mini cheese pumpkins made with a cookie cutter and Colby-jack cheese

Top Right: Cantaloupe

Bottom Right: Sugar snap peas

Ghost Pizza Lunch

My husband ate this pizza ghost lunch. He especially enjoyed the ghost strawberries.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Ghost shaped cheese pizza (without sauce)

Top Right: Strawberries with white candy melts and semi-sweet chocolate details. I was inspired by this.

Bottom Right: Salad with radish pumpkins

Skull sandwich lunch

I made this for myself because there was no one else around on the day that I wanted to make it. Skulls are not my favorite but I am very pleased with how it tasted and looked. I was inspired by Organized Bites to put Trader Joe’s Baked Cheese Crunchies behind the sandwich.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Skull sandwich with wheat bread, peanut butter, and strawberry jam, Trader Joe’s Baked Cheese Crunchies

Top Right: Cantaloupe

Bottom Right: Sugar snap peas

Black Cat Halloween Lunch

When I asked my friend’s daughter what type of Halloween bento she wanted, she said “black cat”. I was happy to make this lunch for her.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Peanut butter on pumpernickel bread cat, matchstick carrots, Cheddar cheese jack-o-lanterns with food marker details

Top Right: Cheez-It’s Scrabble Junior crackers

Bottom Right: Plain Greek yogurt with blueberries

Skulls and bones lunch

I made this skull pizza meal for husband. I added the “bones” because he likes chocolate covered pretzels.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Skull shaped pizza with basil details, spinach (background)

Top Right: White candy melts covered pretzel sticks (bones), plain pretzel sticks (underneath)

Bottom Right: Blackberries

Jack-o-lantern quesadilla lunch

I made these happy Jack-o-lantern quesadillas for myself.

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Left Side: Jack-o-lantern cheese quesadillas (I cut the face out of one side using a Jack-o-lantern cookie cutter, I then browned it by itself on my stove with cooking spray on the pan. Afterwards, I cooked the pumpkin shape with cheese and the cooked Jack-o-lantern cut-out on top at low heat until melted.

Top Right: Snow peas

Bottom Right: Blackberries and orange segments

I hope that you now have a few Halloween themed food ideas to make in your own kitchen. Enjoy!

Linking to:
Eats Amazing Fun Food Friday

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7 Responses to 10 Halloween Lunches

  1. Galina V says:

    Wow, what a fantastic selection of fun lunches! My little man would love that. Going to pin a few images to my Halloween board, thank you for the inspiration!

  2. Jennifer says:

    WOW! You’ve been BUSY! Love all the chooses and the colors! FUN faces, too!

  3. Very inventive! I enjoy Halloween!

  4. All of your Halloween lunches look brilliant! I love the friendly ghost one, and that skull sandwich came out fantastically.
    Thank you for linking up to Fun Food Friday!

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