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witches soup

Witches’ Soup

What are you packing in your Halloween lunches?

witches soupHalloween is just around the corner, and with the weather turning colder, packing a spooky warm lunch can be a nice change in the lunch-packing routine!

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Witches’ Soup is easy to make, and the whole family can help. No matter whether you serve it for dinner or pack it for a school lunch in a thermos, it will delight all your Halloween fans.

Need more ideas that can get your kids involved? Or just simply need more ideas to pack that lunch box full of food that will actually come home eaten? MOMables has you covered, check us out here!

witches soup horizontalMy kids love everything about Halloween and love creepy and spooky snacks and foods. Serving them cream cheese and olive “eyeballs” in tomato soup always gets them excited. I love that the kids are eating healthy tomato soup, and the cream cheese and olive not only add a touch of Halloween but also a nice creaminess to the soup. This can be a really fast dinner if you are using your favorite real-ingredient tomato soup or a more hearty dinner if you make your own tomato soup and add a slice of fresh bread.

If you want or need to prep ahead, simply refrigerate the cream cheese balls in a covered container and add the olive slice just before adding it to the soup.

Witches’ Soup

witches soup
  • Author: MOMables.com
  • Yield: 1 or many


  • Cream cheese (about 1 teaspoon per eyeball)
  • Black olives, sliced
  • Tomato soup (favorite recipe)


  1. Slice about 1 teaspoon of cream cheese per eyeball off the cream cheese block, and roll them into balls.
  2. Press one slice of olive into the center of each cream cheese ball.
  3. Heat the soup on medium heat until hot, and add the “eyeballs.”
  4. Enjoy!


halloween ghost eggs

Halloween Ghost Eggs

Need a healthy, yet fun Halloween idea for the lunch box? Check out these awesome Halloween ghost eggs!

halloween ghost eggsIn this ghostly lunch are two perfectly cooked, easy-to-peel hard-boiled eggs, decorated with eyes and mouths cut out of roasted seaweed. These ghost eggs don’t look like they’re resting in peace on a grassy bed of lettuce that was pre-washed and stored to last longer. Sliced cheese stick circles and flat pretzel crisps add some nice crunch to this lunch. They also happen to be very a tasty combo! Veggies make their appearance in the form of carrot sticks and slices of red and green pepper, also nice and crunchy!

It’s easy to get your kids excited for Halloween, right? Do you find that it isn’t as easy to get them excited for healthy foods? That is where MOMables comes into play! Come check us out for fresh and healthy lunches that your kids will love!


halloween ghost strawberries

Halloween Ghost Strawberries

Halloween is here! What do you like to put in your kid’s lunch box for Halloween? 

halloween ghost strawberriesHalloween is quickly nearing, and what better way to get in the mood than with a Halloween-themed lunch? Sometimes our kids deserve just a little something extra, and Ghost Strawberries are an easy addition to the lunch box that’ll make your kids feel special.

It is easier than you think to get that Halloween spirit in your kid’s lunch box. Use these spoooooky white-chocolate-covered ghost strawberries that count as a fruit AND dessert! What a perfectly boo-tiful way to finish off lunch! :)

The ghost strawberries are an easy and delicious addition to a school lunch when made ahead. Stored in the fridge, they are ready to pop into any lunch in a moment’s notice. Be sure to pack them with an ice pack to keep cool!
There are just so many ways to keep your kid’s lunch box fun and entertaining and yelling “eat me!” to your kids! Running out of ideas? MOMables has you covered, so come check it out!

Halloween Ghost Strawberries

  • Author: MOMables.com
  • Yield: 10


  • 1/2 cup white chocolate chips
  • About 10 strawberries, washed and dried*
  • Mini chocolate chips for eyes and regular morsels for a mouth


  1. Place the white chocolate chips in a microwave-safe bowl, set to 50% power, and cook, stirring every 30 seconds until melted and creamy.
  2. Line a plate or flat surface with waxed paper, and set aside.
  3. Dip the strawberries in the melted chocolate until evenly coated. Carefully place the chocolate chip eyes and mouth. Lay the dipped strawberries on the plate, and place in the fridge until completely hardened.
  4. Remove the ghosts from the waxed paper and enjoy, or store them in a container for later use.


*To wash and dry the strawberries, try this great technique on How to Keep Berries Fresh Longer


For more lunchtime Halloween fun, be sure to check out the cute lunches my girls made all by themselves or this yummy tortellini lunch eaten at home!