Spooky Halloween Supper

Once the pumpkin was carved, we were ready to prepare our spooooooky dinner! I picked the kids up from school, and whisked them home to discover our festive dining room, bedecked with scary stories, creepy crawlies, and cards from our friends and family.

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Then we put on a bunch of silly hats, and went to work making supper. We started with the ground meats and sweet potatoes.

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This is how you have noodles when you’re paleo: a spiralizer!

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Becky handed Will a recipe and said “this one’s yours.” He was a bit nervous, but executed perfectly, start to finish, including the cleanup.

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When he was finished, he helped Becky with yet another project.


Our final results: deviled spider eggs and oozy worms with eyeballs. Not pictured: Paleo Parents’ pumpkin latte (Will’s project) and pumpkin spice whoopie pies.

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We enjoyed all of this sitting at the table and enjoying the all-time, no-controversy, best halloween movie of all time. Don’t pretend you prefer something from the Scary Movie franchise or one of those Jason movies, either. You know it’s true.

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