We collected more than 25 Samhain recipe suggestions for the Celtic feast!

Many traditional Samhain recipes are still around for modern day cooks.

The ancient Celts ate a diet of primarily dairy, fish, vegetables,  grains, nuts, fresh and dried berries and fruits, herbs, eggs and meats  such as lamb, beef and chicken.

Jack-O’-Lantern pie is a fun take on  chicken pot pie for Halloween! It will look great as a centerpiece at  your Halloween dinner table.

Barmbrack is a traditional Irish sweet bread, usually made for  Halloween. Shortly called brack, it is a moist and delicious bread,  filled with raisins and sultanas.

This is a great loaf cake to smear with Irish butter and serve with a cup of strong black tea in a good company.

Colcannon turned out to be one of the best mashed potatoes we ever had! Mashed potatoes with  sauteed kale and garlic, great and filling side dish.

Colcannon can be stored in the fridge for about 5 days. Reheat it on a stove or in microwave with a little bit of butter on top.

The modern Halloween celebration originated from Celtic Samhain festival

Celts lived more than 2000 years ago on the territory of present Ireland, United Kingdom and north of France

Traditional soul cakes, filled with raisins and a touch of spices, are made for Samhain or Halloween, All Saints Day and All Souls Day.

If you are looking for homemade Halloween treats, try this easy raisin cookie recipe.

Delicious idea for treats or tricks!

Vegan carrot ginger soup is a healthy meal to prepare. This is one of the best easy soup recipes to make during the fall!

It is one of our favorite comforting and immune boosting meals during the cold days.

Moreover, it is ready in 30 minutes and 1 serving has only 136 calories.

These are easy recipes with simple pantry ingredients that probably you have at your home

Celebrate the end of harvest with these delicious recipes!

Beef barley soup with mushrooms is simple  cozy soup to get you warm and full. Vegetables with beef, barley and  mushrooms cooked together, create delicious and aromatic soup

This is nutritious and healthy soup for your family.

This soup is cooked on the stove top, but you can make it in your slow cooker or instant pot.

Irish Beef Stew with soft melt-in-your mouth meat and vegetables. Simple beef stew recipe, one of the best we’ve tried!

This easy stew recipe is a one pot dinner, made on a hob or stove top.

Slow cooked beef and vegetables is a good comfort food to enjoy on a chilly days.

Stuffed pumpkin with baked vegetables is beautiful and healthy meal.

You can serve this pumpkin as a side dish or main dish for vegan dinner!

Celts lit bonfires and cooked dinner with autumn produce.

They also left food for their lost relatives that returned to Earth that night as ghosts.

Honey roasted parsnips so easy to make, sweet and sticky side dish.

This parsnips recipe is gluten free, dairy and soy free, refined sugar free as well as vegetarian

Blackberry pie bars are easy desserts that you can make at home in no time!

These are perfect breakfast bars to share with your family during coffee or tea time.

Blackberry crumb bars is all you need, a  simple recipe to make a sweet treat with juicy fresh berries.

Crispy crust and delicious fruit filling.

You can find traditional Samhain recipes, as well as adapted recipes with ingredients available in European cuisine nowadays.