These Roasted Halloween Vegetables are a fun and simple way to celebrate this October! With sweet potato jack-o-lanterns, beet root witch’s hats, and spooky potato ghosts, this is a simple dish with some major wow factor. A fun and festive side dish and a great way to get those little ghouls and goblins of yours to eat their vegetables!
Roasted Halloween Vegetables
Even though I’m a health food blogger and study nutrition, I celebrate Halloween like everyone else…eating massive amounts of candy and candy corn (my guilty pleasure). But I realize that this isn’t a sustainable way of getting through the month of October, so today I thought we could change it up a bit. These roasted Halloween vegetables are celebratory and spooky, without all the sugar.
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To make roasted Halloween vegetables you’ll need:
- 2 large sweet potatoes
- 2 large white potatoes
- 4 carrots, peeled
- 2 (large) to 3 (medium) red beets
- 2 Tbsp olive oil
- Pinch of salt and pepper
- 2 Tbsp rosemary
- 1/2 bulb garlic, cloves separated with skin still on
- 1 tsp balsamic vinegar
- 1 tsp honey
Kitchen tools you may find helpful:
- Halloween cookie cutters (Jack-o-lantern, ghost, and witch’s hats)
- Parchment paper
- Small paring knife
- Baking sheet
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So here’s how you work these into game day (i.e. Halloween). Serve them as a filling and healthy side dish come Halloween day. They’re packed with fiber and vitamins, meaning you and the family will be full and energized come time to trick-or-treat!
More Fall and Halloween ideas:
- If it’s adult beverage ideas you are after, this spiderweb martini is a spooky twist on the White Russian.
- If you’re into the “trick” part of trick-or-treat, you’ll definitely want to make this kitty litter cake. It’s always a HUGE hit at Halloween parties and so fun to see whose willing to take a bite!
- Looking for something a little tamer and more neutral? How about an apple pie cocktail for your guests?
- This peanut butter apple dip is always a crowd pleaser, and perfect for the abundance of apples available at this time of year!