Orange Kids Halloween Dinner

Kids Halloween Dinner: orange decorations, and all orange food make this a fun non-scary Halloween dinner perfect for kids.
Kids Halloween Dinner: orange decorations, and all orange food make this a fun non-scary Halloween dinner perfect for kids.

We’re not so into the gruesome side of Halloween, but we love any occasion for a party, so today I’m sharing a fun Orange Kids Halloween Dinner, for anyone interested in a not so scary way to celebrate. The idea was to have only orange food, but first the table.

The Orange Table

I had a great time pulling together all the orange I could find, but you could definitely do a simpler version, or even just use plastic disposable orange plates.

non-scary kids Halloween dinner

I started out with this great little orange tablecloth, fabric from the clearance bin, only $1.50 metre.

I used some square plates, and these fun Halloween dishes my girls got a few years ago from their Auntie.

kids Halloween dinner Orange Kids Halloween Dinner

For the centre piece I used three orange pumpkins.

One I decorated with orange sequins, held in place with a few straight pins.

easy sequence pumpkin

The next little pumpkin I decorated with gold thumb tacks. Really easy, and it turned out so cute!

thumb tack pumpkin

My favourite was the middle pumpkin. I found these house numbers at the dollar store for $1.50 each, then I just used thumb tacks to attach them. I splashed out and bought myself some roses. I just love them in the footed milk glass container -bringing a little elegant to Halloween. 😉

Halloween centrepiece

I also used some cute little Jack-o-Lantern candles I’ve had for a few years -also from the dollar store, do you get the feeling it’s my favourite store. 😉

Orange Halloween Table

Orange Pom Pom Garland

One of my favourite elements of this little table though, was the pom-pom garland I made.

DIY Pom Pom garland

I found these bags of orange pom-poms with assorted shades in them.

how to make a Pom Pom garland

I just strung them randomly on long pieces of thread. And I heart how they turned out. I’m already thinking about making versions in other colours for other holidays and parties.

Orange Kids Halloween dinner

The Orange Kids Halloween Dinner Menu

Now on to our menu. I wanted to keep all the food orange just for fun.  Here’s what I came up with.   I made roasted carrots, orange cauliflower, and butter chicken with rice and naan bread.

  • roasted carrots
  • roasted orange cauliflower
  • butter chicken
  • orange rice
  • naan bread

orange dinner ideas

I was pretty excited when I discovered orange cauliflower at the grocery store.

orange cauliflower

And, after cooking it, it stayed orange.  I also roasted up some carrots.

I  made the butter chicken from a simple jarred sauce, and the naan bread was from the grocery store too. If your kids aren’t into butter chicken like mine are, another idea would be to make mac and cheese. I added a few drops of red and yellow food colouring to the rice water to make orange-ish rice, which by the way the kids thought was weird and Maddie didn’t want to eat. To Halloween up the naan bread, I used a cookie cutter to make it pumpkin shaped.

halloween dinner ideas

I also bought a little orange fizzy drink, that I kept thinking would be really good with a shot of Vodka added to it. 😉

Halloween Dinner


For dessert I made pumpkin pie cake, or pumpkin dump cake as it’s sometimes called since you basically just dump the ingredients in a baking dish. I got my version of the recipe here at allrecipes.com, but I’ve seen it all over and wanted to try it. It was yummy, and supper easy to make.

pumpkin dump cake

Halloween centrepiece

With an all orange kids Halloween dinner, life really is a party! 

You might also like Ghost Rice Krispie Squares here.

Ghost Rice Krispie Squares: the perfect easy recipe for a special Halloween sweet treat on a stick for your little ghouls and goblins.

Also check out Cricut Trick or Treat Bag here.

You might also enjoy our Halloween Paper Bag Lanterns here.


  1. Very cute! Love the studded pumpkin, the orange roses and the pompoms! My favorite part, the matching food, of course. Thanks for sharing, visiting from Between Naps on the Porch.

  2. I’m stopping by for a blog visit from Between Naps on the Porch today. I’m a urge fan of her tablescapes.
    Autumn is my favorite time of year. The decorations, colors and textures that you chose are so beautiful.
    What a festive table.
    People should never underestimate the savings and items that can be purchased at discount stores. My favorite discount store is Big Lots.

  3. Hey D…how are you?
    It would not be Halloween if there was no orange…love the plates, the sequence on the pumpkin, the pompom garland…and well the entire thing looks great ! xo

  4. All Orange is a very goo thing!
    A great way to celebrate Halloween is with this non scary table. The pumpkins are so cute and creative. Hope your chrldren have a fun time on Halloween.

    Thanks, Pam

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