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Whether it’s throwing together DIY ghost costumes, speeding to the store for some last minute trick-or-treat candy, or cleaning up your front lawn after a third TP attack, Halloween is a busy time of year. It’s a season for carving pumpkins — not carving out time to make dinner — which is why it’s no surprise that Halloween is among the most popular days for food delivery.
Don’t want to argue with the family over which toppings to order, or worry about your food being delivered in time for the party on such a busy night? McDelivery with Uber Eats® offers a convenient Halloween option that arrives at your front door in an average of 30 minutes or less. As an extra treat, take advantage of a $0 delivery fee from Oct. 26 – Nov. 1.
As if free delivery wasn’t enough to brighten up the spooky holiday, McDelivery with Uber Eats is adding a new layer of excitement to holiday dinnertime and delivering happy with Halloween-inspired menu hacks. By combining delivery favorites with items you already have at home — such as pumpkin seeds or candy corn — it’s never been easier to create fun, themed treats.
“We know people are looking for quick dinner options on Halloween, and we also know they don’t want to sacrifice any of the fall holiday fun. That’s why we’re delivering a bit of creativity along with our craveable favorites this year,” said McDonald’s Chef Chad Schafer. “Our team tested a variety of creations in our kitchens to brew up these delicious and spooky treats. We can’t wait to deliver the Halloween fun straight to customers’ doors this season!”
Follow the below how to’s for the most convenient and fun Halloween meals that make dinnertime a frightful delight all Halloweek long — no tricks, just treats!
How to Make Cauldron Sauce:
What You’ll Need:
Tangy barbecue sauce
Creamy ranch sauce
Chicken McNuggets®
Small bowl
How to Hack:
Swirl your Barbecue and Ranch Sauces together in a bowl and dig your Chicken McNuggets into the potion for a burst of new flavor.
How to Make Fry Fangs:
What You’ll Need:
French Fries
How to Hack:
Dip two French Fries into ketchup, then hang the fries from your mouth for edible vampire fangs.
How to Make Caramel Chiller Thriller:
What You’ll Need:
Apple Slices
Hot Caramel Sundae
How to Hack:
Use your fresh Apple Slices to scoop up caramel-y soft serve goodness from your sundae for the perfect taste of fall.
How to Make Itsy Bitsy Burger:
What You’ll Need:
French fries
Pumpkin seeds
How to Hack:
• Place eight French Fries under the bun of your cheeseburger (or any other McDonald’s sandwich!) to create spider legs. Stick two pumpkin seeds on top of the bun for the eyes and use your ketchup to draw a spiderweb on the burger paper.
How to Make Trick-or-Treat McFlurry®:
What You’ll Need:
McFlurry of your choice
Halloween candy from your trick-or-treating haul
How to Hack:
Stir your best fun size Halloween candy into a delicious McFlurry for a one-of-a-kind treat.

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