Feet Loaf (Meatloaf) Spooky Halloween Dinner Recipe


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Feet Loaf (Meatloaf) Spooky Halloween Dinner Recipe

 Feet Loaf (Meatloaf) Spooky Halloween Dinner Recipe

Halloween dinners are so much fun! I love to make something a little gross and a little different for my family to eat for Halloween dinner. This feat loaf (meatloaf) recipe is perfect! Taking pictures of meat is pretty disgusting...but it's Halloween, so it is justified through that lens.
Feet Loaf (Meatloaf) Spooky Halloween Dinner Recipe
 Do you like Meatloaf? My family has always liked it...in fact, there was one time that my oldest son (at age 5) had an asthma attack and needed to be admitted to the hospital. The staff would not let him eat anything. He arrived about 8PM and had to go all night long without any food. Then, he had to miss breakfast and lunch until the pediatrician came to check him out. He was finally allowed to order some food around 2PM. My hungry baby boy ordered meatloaf and potatoes. Three of the on duty nurses came in to see the "little boy who ordered meatloaf". Haha, funny, right!? Meat loaf recipe at the end of the post.
Feet Loaf (Meatloaf) Spooky Halloween Dinner Recipe  Form the meatloaf like feet on the baking sheet and add onions for toenails and carrots for bones.
Feet Loaf (Meatloaf) Spooky Halloween Dinner Recipe
 They look more defined before cooking.
Feet Loaf (Meatloaf) Spooky Halloween Dinner Recipe
 After baking through, add ketchup or barbecue sauce on the carrots so it looks like blood.
Feet Loaf (Meatloaf) Spooky Halloween Dinner Recipe

That's it! 

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Meatloaf Recipe:

2 Pounds Ground Beef
2/3 Cup Oats
1 Cup Milk
1 Tablespoon Salt
1/2 Tablespoon Pepper
1 teaspoon Chicken Seasoning
2 Eggs
1 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
1 chopped Onion

Mix well. Form into feet on a baking sheet. Add carrot bones and onion toenails. Bake 1 hour at 350*

Check out these other fun Halloween recipes:

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Pumpkin Roll


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Ghost Cupcakes
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Edible Googly Eyes
 Put these little eyes on anything!


Spider Muffins
 Healthy pumpkin muffins--and too cute!





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