20 Orange and Black Foods for Halloween
Blackened Salmon Filets: A plethora of seasonings crust these fillets for perfect frying.
Mashed Sweet Potatoes or Yams: Looking for an alternative to standard mashed potatoes? Mash up sweet potatoes instead! They're slightly sweet and full of vitamin A!
Pumpernickel Bread: This is one of the best recipes for pumpernickel bread ever!
Orange and Honey Dressing: This dressing is sweet and tastes great on salads.
Grilled Steak with Pineapple Salsa: This dinner salad makes a really great and filling meal. It's also a fabulous way to use up leftover steak from a barbecue.
Cornbread Muffins: This is a great recipe for picnics or larger parties. It's easy for people to take a muffin and go.
Stuffed Olives: This combination of black, ripe olive and bright red cherry tomatoes is an easy and attractive appetizer.
Mango Salsa: My favorite mango salsa tops a whole-wheat tortilla bowl filled with chunks of chicken breast. What a nutritious and delicious meal.
Black Bean Soup: This is a great soup that you can easily make your own. Add your favorite vegetable, or some cheddar cheese on top to make it a little different every time.
Stuffed Pumpkin: I like this recipe, and have used it for everything as side dish as well as a mainstay for supper. It is an easy, delicious entree for this time of year.
Blackened Rib Eye Steak With Creamy Horseradish Sauce: This steak is fabulous, and festive for halloween with the blackened steak and white sauce.
Sweet Potato Casserole: This is my favorite sweet potato casserole for the holidays.
Black Bean Chipotle Burgers: This vegan mixture is too delicate to cook on the grill, but dredged in cornmeal and fried, it produces a crunchy crust you will love.
Crockpot Western Omelet Casserole: These hearty breakfast casserole is full of hashbrowns, breakfast meat, and more.
Black Bean and Corn Salsa: This is a great recipe to make for an appetizer at any party. Serve this with your favorite chips.
Carrot Apple Soup: On a brisk fall day, nothing is more appealing than a steaming bowl of this soup. The sage gives it that special taste.
Black Olive Caviar Bites: This appetizer is perfect for Halloween. Serve small toasts as an accompaniment. A great option if you're on a budget and can't afford the real thing!
Orange-Maple Beets: These go well with any main dish! Pop them in a salad for extra flavor, as well.
Russ's Blackberry Sauce: This delightful treat has many uses. You can also pour the hot sauce into sterilized jars and seal with paraffin for long time storage.
Baked Pumpkin Casserole: Add pumpkin, sugar and nutmeg into a casserole dish and you will have a great tasting side.