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Halloween Side Dishes

Add something scary to your meal with these Halloween side dishes, including sweet potatoes, wild rice, potato chips, casseroles, cooked carrots, pumpkin gnocchi, apple slices and more.

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We use a spaghetti squash "web" to cleverly capture tender gnocchi "bugs" in this pesto-based side dish.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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More Halloween Side Dishes

Wicked Witch Stuffed Potatoes

Wicked Witch Stuffed Potatoes

Wicked Witch Stuffed Potatoes

Here's a yummy side dish that suits the season. These rich, cheesy potatoes are a nice savory way to work Halloween into your menu. They're sure to cast a spell that produces smiles on the fun-loving folks around your table.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Spiderweb Trap

Spiderweb Trap

Spiderweb Trap

We use a spaghetti squash "web" to cleverly capture tender gnocchi "bugs" in this pesto-based side dish.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Wiggly Worm Stir-Fry

Wiggly Worm Stir-Fry

Wiggly Worm Stir-Fry

I love to cook with fresh vegetables, especially when they're from my garden. The ramen noodles look like worms, making it a fun dish for all.
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Silence of the Yams

Silence of the Yams

Silence of the Yams

The adobo sauce gives just enough heat to make this a unique yam dish. It is delicious and is a perfect orange color for a Halloween gathering.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Cauliflower with Roasted Almond & Pepper Dip

Cauliflower with Roasted Almond & Pepper Dip

Cauliflower with Roasted Almond & Pepper Dip

This tasty vegetable side dish can set a chilling scene on Halloween if you style it to look like a brain—try adding spiders and spiderwebs to your table setting. You can also serve it on Thanksgiving and pair it with the turkey and dressing. The festive orange sauce takes some time, but it tastes incredible.—Lauren Knoelke, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Bewitching Stuffed Potatoes

Bewitching Stuffed Potatoes

Bewitching Stuffed Potatoes

I livened up my cheesy stuffed potatoes by giving each a silly hat and grin. These creepy spuds will be a hit at dinner.—Mary Shenk, Dekalb, Illinois

Twice-Baked Red Potatoes

Twice-Baked Red Potatoes

Twice-Baked Red Potatoes

Before my baby was born, I was in nesting mode and made lots of freezable recipes like these creamy red potatoes. The yogurt is a healthy swap for sour cream. —Valerie Cox, Secretary, Maryland
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