Making some easy kid-friendly Halloween treats is the most delicious way to celebrate the spooky season.🦇
Whether you’re hosting a big monster bash, or just a movie night at home, celebrating with some gory goodies will make your Halloween a treat.
But don’t spend hours crafting intricate recipes – (all for the ‘gram) – only for them to disappear in minutes. The best Halloween recipes, not only look spellbinding but are also quick and easy to make, leaving you more time to stir your cauldron, whip up some Halloween drinks, or hunt some ghouls.👻
These recipes are so easy, kids could make them!
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Here’s our list of the best, kid-friendly and simple Halloween snacks to make this year!
- Strawberry ghosts via Yummy Healthy Easy
How adorable are these strawberry Halloween ghosts? Best of all they are super straightforward, needing just THREE ingredients. If you can’t get hold of the candy eyes, you could use dots of frosting instead.
- Bewitched Halloween popcorn via Two Sisters Crafting
If you haven’t tried popcorn with M&M’s, where have you been? Curl up with this Halloween themed version and put your scariest movie on.
- Monster donuts via One Little Project
These quick and colorful monster donuts will have you wondering why you didn’t think of them sooner.
- Jack Skellington apples via Wonky Wonderful
When you look at these impressive Jack Chocolate Covered Apples by Wonky Wonderful, you’d never guess how easy they are to make. You don’t need to be super artistic to get him right, but keeping a picture of Jack nearby is a good tip. We have a feeling these will be a HUGE hit!
- Lollipop ghosts via One Little Project
Trick or treaters will be coming back for seconds when they see these gorgeous lollipop ghosts!
- Halloween candy bark via A Pumpkin and a Princess
Candy bark is always a good idea. With this one you can add in whatever Halloween flavors or mix-ins you like!
- Monster Brownies via Tidy Mom
Bringing together brownies, one of our all-time favorite treats, and making a Halloween version is a match made in heaven! The best thing about these is that you use a boxed brownie mix to save even more time.
- Pumpkin pretzels via Holidays Lifestyle
- Dracula’s dentures via The Girl Who Ate Everything
Keep the garlic handy, these darstardly dentures are almost as fun to play with as they are to eat.
- Day of the Dead fruit pizza via Growing up Bilingual
- Rice Crispy Pumpkins via One Little Project
No Halloween recipe list would be complete without some pumpkins and these Rice Crispy treats fit the bill. As One Little Project notes, you will get SERIOUSLY sticky making these, so add some cooking oil to your shopping list if you don’t already have some at home.
- Ghost ‘smores dip via Delish
You don’t need summer or a campfire for these gooey, ghostly smores, just plenty of Graham crackers to dip with.
- Toxic mac’n’cheese via Cooking with Curls
This mac’n’cheese is truly an eat-don’t-look recipe! But if you want to add a savory dish to your Halloween menu, look no further. Serve them in these mini cauldrens to complete the look:
Candy CauldronsWhat better way to collect a haul of trick or treat goodies
Halloween breakfast? We’ve got you covered with this adorable waffle maker
Pumpkin Waffle Maker
With a production line set up, you can whip these spooky covered pretzels up in no time!
If you’re trying to dial down the candy this year, then this Day of the Dead fruit pizza recipe is a must-try!
Treat bags we love
Fabric Candy Buckets
Folding Trick or Treat Bags
Trick or Treat Bucket
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