The real question on Halloween night isn’t “What’s for dessert?” It’s “What’s for dinner?”
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There are a variety of options out there when it comes to dining on Halloween night, before all of the trick or treating festivities begin. Many folks opt for a traditional dinner. They eat whatever they normally would before heading out for Ghost Night. Some, however, get a little more festive. They order special treats, like the Papa Murphy’s Jack-O’-Lantern Pizza.
But there are plenty of other options! One thing is for certain, no Halloween dinner would be complete without the “Official Drink of Halloween”…. Chocolate Milk. This year, Kroger stores are selling bottles of the creepy concoction with a “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” theme. Paired with some Bat-Shaped Chicken Nuggets from Banquet… That sounds like three cheers from The Wolf Man to me.