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Slow Cooker Italian Green Beans Recipe
Yummy vegetables are a must to serve at holiday dinners. These easy green beans cook in the slow cooker unattended.
Recipe for Spud Mummies
Serve these mummies on Halloween night; they're filling, so the little ghosts and goblins will be less apt to snack on an overdose of candy.
Ghostly Potato Puffs Recipe
Mashed potatoes make perfect ghosts to either serve alone, or to top a casserole. These delicious ghosts can be made ahead, refrigerated, and baked just in time for serving on Halloween.
Southwestern Dinner in a Pumpkin Recipe
This easy dinner cooks in the slow cooker unattended. The filling is cans from the pantry shelf and a package of shredded pork from the basic pork module.
Wiggly Worms Recipe
Worms are so disgusting that they are a common theme on Halloween. While they may be disgusting looking, these "worms" are delicious and will make a great side dish on the annual Halloween BOO-ffet.
Mostly Maggots Recipe
Although this dish is really yummy, the name is so disgusting that you'll want to serve it at the annual Halloween BOO-ffet. It can be kept warm in a slow cooker.
Severed Werewolf Feet Loaves Recipe
Miscellaneous body parts are the order of the day for Halloween, and these yummy "Feet" loaves will be the hit at the annual Halloween BOO-ffet or family dinner. They're easy, too.
Sloppy Jack-O-Lantern Pie Recipe
Here's an easy pie made that's quick enough for a weeknight. It's made with convenience foods and meat from the Ground Beef Module.
Slow Cooker Orange Chicken Recipe
Orange Chicken with Zucchini & Walnuts is cooked in the slow cooker and is very quick to put together; no browning necessary. The result will be a delicious, moist chicken dish with plenty of orange flavor. It also uses up some of that ubiquitous zucchini that is no-doubt piling up.
Calabacita Casserole Recipe
This delicious "comfort food" casserole is easy to put together, can be made ahead, and makes enough for lots of hungry people. Use the last of the garden produce in this casserole; it will be perfect when the nights start to get cooler.
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