After a night spent wandering the streets for TOT, I like to return to hot spiced cider, popcorn, roasted pumpkin seeds, and Hershey's kisses. Caramel apples are also good, or sliced apples in caramel dip. Then curl up and watch a good Halloween movie.
I don't have one traditional Halloween meal. Over the years my priority has always been to make it quick, so I can hit the streets myself, or hand out the candy to the earliest TOTers. But a crock-pot supper like the one I made last weekend, Octoberfest pork roast, would be terrific. (Recipe in the most recent Taste of Home Halloween magazine--a three-lb. pork loin roast and one-lb. Kielbasa sausage, cut up, both on a bed of small red potatoes, sliced Granny Smith apples, and drained sauerkraut. Seasoned with caraway seeds, salt and pepper. Yum!)