Halloween Feetloaf

Halloween Feetloaf – as in a delicious meatloaf crafted to look like a pair of feet. Perfect creepy dinner for Halloween!

Halloween Feetloaf - as in a delicious meatloaf crafted to look like a pair of feet. Perfect creepy dinner for Halloween! | MrsHappyHomemaker.com @thathousewife

I’ve got to share with y’all what my 6 year old son now thinks is the coolest thing ever to have for dinner. Halloween Feetloaf. As in meatloaf that is shaped to look like feet… aka, my little boys ‘dream dinner’ 😉

Halloween Feetloaf - as in a delicious meatloaf crafted to look like a pair of feet. Perfect creepy dinner for Halloween! | MrsHappyHomemaker.com @thathousewife

The feet themselves are crafted out of meatloaf…. nothing fancy, just whatever your favorite meatloaf is. The ‘severed leg’ look is made from laying just a slice of onion on that part drizzled with some ketchup. And the toenails? Pieces of onion too!

Halloween Feetloaf - as in a delicious meatloaf crafted to look like a pair of feet. Perfect creepy dinner for Halloween! | MrsHappyHomemaker.com @thathousewife

Did I mention how much my son loved this?

Halloween Feetloaf - as in a delicious meatloaf crafted to look like a pair of feet. Perfect creepy dinner for Halloween! | MrsHappyHomemaker.com @thathousewifeHalloween Feetloaf - as in a delicious meatloaf crafted to look like a pair of feet. Perfect creepy dinner for Halloween! | MrsHappyHomemaker.com @thathousewife

Halloween Feetloaf
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Ingredients
  • 2 pounds ground chuck
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 sleeve of saltines, crushed
  • 1 small onion, minced
  • 8oz tomato sauce
  • salt, pepper, & garlic powder to taste
  • onions, sliced to look like toenails - and circular slices of onion for the severed legs
  • ketchup
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Mix together the ground chuck, eggs, saltines, minced onion, & tomato sauce. Using your hands, fashion into a pair of two feet and ankles on a baking sheet. Place the onion slices over the 'severed ankles' - set the onion 'toenails' on the 'toes'. Pour some ketchup over the onion slices to complete the look.
  3. Bake for 45-60 minutes, or until cooked through.

 

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  • Marilyn Robinson

    Awesome idea!

  • Marisella Russell

    Omg! That is creepy but very creative. I love it! I asked my 8yo son if he’d like that for dinner one night and he said “ewww no! It still has its toenails on”. Lol

  • Angie | Big Bear’s Wife

    haha I love his little face! He looks so excited <3


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