Halloween is right around the corner. Have your children decided on their costumes yet? Or do they wait until the Hallows eve to tell you? My daughter hasn’t yet mentioned Halloween so should I be scared? Anyway, while we all figure out what our kid’s costumes will be or we can use these few weeks before the spookiest day of the year to whip up tasty spooky snacks.
I’ve curated a list of 15+ Spooky Halloween Snacks for you and your family to enjoy and get in the spirit of Halloween!
Fruit Monsters by My Traveling Roads
This is a fun and healthy treat using kiwi and strawberries and marshmallows to create cute fruit monsters.
Puff Pastry Mummies by Pizzazzerie
What’s Halloween without a few mummies? These puff pastries filled with cream and drizzled with white chocolate are sure to be a hit. You can also fill with your kid’s favorite fillings like chocolate, Nutella, peanut butter, etc.
Worms & Dirt by Spend with Pennies
Some spooky Halloween treats can look yucky but taste yummy like these worms in dirt.
Apple Monsters by Two Healthy Kitchens
Kids are already getting a lot of candy for Halloween. These apple monsters using grapes and peanut butter are a great way for parents to cash-in on Halloween fun while being healthy.
Candy Bats by Ann’s Entitled Life
Love chocolate, Oreos, and peanut butter cups? Then you and your family will love these Bats! Aren’t they cute?
Mummy Pudding Cups by Burrata and Bubble
How cute are these pudding cups! Kids will enjoy devouring these mummy pudding cups just as much as making them.
Snickers Bar Frankensteins by Kimspired DIY
Snickers are my favorite candy. Using them to create Frankenstein spooky Halloween treats is genius.
Rice Krispie Bats by Chisel and Fork
Combine Rice Krispies Treat, chocolate, and Oreos and you have yourself cute little bug-eyed bats. These are perfect to sneak into kids’ lunches for snack time during the days leading up to Halloween or for an at-home Halloween party.
Bloody Bandaid Biscuits by A Plus Teaching Resources
These bloody band-aid biscuits caught my 9-year-old’s eye. These are definitely a spooky Halloween treat, and they look amazingly realistic and yummy!
Witch Mug Cake by Bitz n Giggles
If you’re hosting a Halloween party, these Witch Cauldron Mug Cakes are sure to be a hit. Add some candy or fake spiders and other yucky insects and decor to make turn the cauldron into a spooky Halloween treat. Each person will have their very own cauldron that they can even take home when they’re done.
Monster Cookies by Julie Blanner
Who doesn’t love a good cookie? These combine cookies and one of Halloween’s most coveted sweet treats: candy corn.
Pumpkin Sugar Cookies by Gluten-Free on a Shoestring
In our home, next to chocolate chip, sugar cookies are a second favorite. These gluten-free pumpkin cookies are the perfect gluten-free option to indulge during the fall season.
Marshmallow Eyes by A Plus Teaching Resources
So these Marshmallow eyes are so spooky and yucky-looking ‘eye’ almost can’t look at them See what I did there?
Bubbly Witches Brew by Amee’s Savory Dish
With some ginger-ale and spooky Halloween garnishes, you’ll be able to create this easy Bubbly Witches Brew! Add some dry ice to increase the steamy boiling effect.
Halloween Popcorn by Sumptuous Spoonful
Have a family movie night and make Halloween popcorn to keep the mood going. Make the popcorn fun by adding Halloween-themed candy and treats.
Whatever your plans are for this Halloween, make sure you include some spooky treats!