18 Foods You Can Turn Into Jack-O-Lanterns That Aren’t Pumpkins.

18 Foods You Can Turn Into Jack-O-Lanterns That Aren’t Pumpkins. April 1, 2023Leave a comment

Most people this year will choose pumpkins to carve for their jack-o’-lanterns. Don’t be one of those people and dare to be different. Instead of using a pumpkin, try using a different food that most people wouldn’t normally think of using. The same concept will still be applied! You choose the base object, cut off the top, carve out the insides, carve out your jack-o’-lantern’s face or design, and voila! Maybe even try using a food that you can actually eat like a stuffed pepper or burger. Doesn’t that sound crafty and delicious? Let’s break the tradition for once and try something new for once.If heat is still lingering in your area during Halloween season, keep the summer vibes going by using a watermelon for your jack-o’-lantern! They make big canvases, so you have plenty of space to show off your creativity!

A great food option to add to your Halloween party! Top the burger’s meat patty with a slice of cheese that’s patterned like a jack-o’-lantern’s face!

This one might be harder than the other ones due to the unique texture of the pineapple, but the final product is worth it! Plus the pineapple top adds a hair look to it.

Using peppers will look just like mini pumpkin jack-o’-lanterns! Stuff them with a tasty rice and meat combination so you can eat the whole thing up after you’re done admiring them!

For a more dramatic look, stuff the pepper with pasta! It’ll look like guts are spilling out of the jack-o’-lantern.

Because apples are so small, they can be hard to draw faces onto, let alone intricate designs. But don’t let that stop you from making an adorable apple lantern!

Yes, it’s true. You can carve an avocado! The best part about using these fruits is that they’re shape kind of resembles a skull!

The cutest jack-o’-lantern that can hold your breakfast or snack on the day of Halloween. You can stuff it with fresh fruit or even yogurt!

The unique part about using a turnip is that they’re two colors! It gives the jack-o’-lantern a different vibe. Just look at how evil these turnips look.

God kids who love to play Minecraft? Surprise them with these playfully carved out minecraft-themed zucchinis!

The more odd-shaped the potato, the better! And if your potatoes start growing eyes, you can just carve around them!

For all the sweet tooths at your party, recreate these tasty jack-o’-lanterns with fruit roll-ups! Use black icing to create the faces.

Slice up your sweet potatoes to create this special type of jack-o’-lantern that’ll be super tasty after they’re baked!

Technically speaking, this is an inverted pumpkin jack-o’-lantern as these cookies are made out of canned pumpkin! After you finish cutting out your haunting faces, dip the backside of the cookies onto some melted chocolate.

Just like the peppers, these tomatoes will look like mini pumpkins if you use the orange ones. Fill them with chicken salad and you have a healthy and cute alternative snack for your guests!

Mushrooms are super easy to carve into as their texture is very soft. Like Kat Dennings says, “Lettuce admire the craftmanshitake that went intomato this.”

Squashes are the perfect shape for creating ghost-like lanterns! Be sure to cut out triangles on the bottom to complete the look.

These gourd-lanterns are probably are the closest looking thing to pumpkin-lanterns. Grab your power drill and get started on the chicest design your neighborhood will see.

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