6 Healthy Dinners Before Trick-or-Treat-ing

6 Healthy Dinners Before Trick-or-Treat-ing

We all know what’s coming for us on Monday night. Our little ghosts and witches are going to hit the streets and bring home a epic haul of sugar (along with the attending craziness). And that’s all fine – it’s once a year and everyone has a blast. But you can set off into the night (or the late afternoon, depending on your kid’s age) feeling a little better about it if you know they’ve had a healthy dinner. We’ve put together this roundup of hearty dinners that are just the thing before the face painting, wing adjustments, devil horn attaching and trick-or-treat-ing begins in earnest. We hope you have a spooky night!

  • Zesty Chicken with Red Beans and Rice

 

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