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Halloween 2020 Round-Up

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Halloween is less that a week away. What are you doing this year?

My last Halloween post described what we are doing around here — although, I just found out there is a neighborhood Trunk-or-Treat this year. That event is new for us — however, we won’t be going . But it’s cool that they are trying to do something for the kids!

Here is one more Halloween night recipe for the family.

Halloween Bat Wings Dinner

bat wing dinner

This Halloween, while preparing dinner, make it creepy by taking a cue from the witches in William Shakespeare’s MacBeth by repeating, “Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble.” Continue by saying something like “Eye of newt, and wing of bat . . .” as you place your Bat Wings on the table.

Obviously, you don’t want to feed your family real Bat Wings. However, you can make a pretty good fake Bat Wing by using chicken wings. This appetizer can be as tame, creepy speaking, as you like or you can ramp it up and make it spookier, too.

bat wing dinner

Halloween Bat Wings Dinner

A spooky Halloween dish
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Course Appetizer, Main Course
Cuisine American


  • 1/4 cup oyster sauce plus 2 tablespoons,
  • 1/4 cup light brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup black bean sauce
  • 1 cup soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon black paste food coloring
  • 20 whole chicken wings with the tips intact


  • Start the sauce for the Bat Wings by combining all of the ingredients except the chicken wings in a medium bowl. Whisk these together until they are well-combined. Separate 1/3 of the sauce mixture and set it aside.
  • Put all of the chicken wings into a large (at least gallon size or larger) plastic zip-top bag. Pour in the remaining soy sauce mixture and then ensure the bag is properly sealed. Massage the wings, turning the bag over and over, until the wings are thoroughly coated.
  • Place the bag in the refrigerator and allow the meat to marinate for at least 2 hours. Overnight would also be good. While you’re awake, turn the massage the chicken wings every 30 minutes to ensure the sauce coats the wings.
  • When you are ready to prepare the wings, preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Place either parchment paper or aluminum foil on the baking sheet. This will make clean-up a breeze.
  • Take the wings out of the marinade and shake off any excess liquid. Throw the marinade away; this is NOT the time to reuse and recycle. Lay the chicken wings on the lined baking sheet. Try to lay the wings on the baking sheet so the wings are extended somewhat.
  • Bake the wings for 20 to 25 minutes or until the juices run clear when pricked with a fork. Use the soy sauce mixture you reserved to brush on the wings every 10 minutes. Take the wings out of the oven and use the remaining mixture to give the wings a final brush. Move them from the baking sheet to a wire rack to cool slightly before you serve them.
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I publish a lot around Halloween — I find it a fun Holiday. I live vicariously during this season through my kids mostly. It’s been rather lean in that department so I published more posts! LOL

Here are links to each of my Halloween posts this year. Enjoy!

Round-Up of Halloween Posts 2020

Halloween Costumes for the Year 2020

How to Have a Halloween Party 2020 

Tips for Halloween Night 2020

Halloween: Cool Ghost Decorations for 2020

Halloween: Cool Bat Decorations for 2020

Halloween: Cool Pumpkin Decorations for 2020

Fun Kid-Friendly Halloween Meal Ideas

Sunday Musings: Our Halloween Plans for 2020

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