Spooky season is almost upon us, and you might be look for some Halloween food ideas for kids. In this post I am going to share some great recipes with you – most of them can also be used as a child-friendly activity, which is great for the October half term and for Halloween. Whether you are throwing a spooky party or just hanging out at home, here are some great Halloween food ideas.
Pumpkin Halloween Rice Krispie Treats – Hands up who loves rice krispie treats? They are a firm favourite in our house, so I am excited to share these Halloween rice krispie treats with you. They are shaped like pumpkins and orange – what is there not to love?
Witch hat Halloween garlic bread – Ready in 17 minutes this recipe will even keep the shortest of attention spans interested, and there is minimal clean up required.
Bat shaped quesadillas – Of all the things you can make with wraps, quesadillas are by far my favourite. Melted gooey cheese and the chance to fill them with whatever you have in the fridge means they are a regular in the Drew household.
Halloween Pumpkin Peppers from The Diary of a Frugal Family
Halloween Chocolate Bark from The Diary of a Frugal Family
Spooky Halloween Popcorn Hands from Reduced Grub
Halloween Marshmallow Ghost Pops by Midwife and Life
Halloween Pumpkin Eye ball Choux from Sous Chef
Creepy Cauldron Chocolates from Dungarees and Donuts
Halloween Chocolate Dipped Marshmallows from Thoroughly Modern Grandma
Halloween Trick or Treat Brownies by Greedy Gourmet
Halloween Bogey Bites by Daisies & Pie
Halloween Ghost Cupcakes by Fab Food 4 All
Halloween Chocolate Apples by Fab Food 4 All
Spooky Rocky Road by Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen
Spooky Spider Cookies by Something Sweet Something Savoury
Marshmallow Monster Eyeballs by The Life Of Dee
Bat Fruit Skewers by Tikkido
Candy Corn Cotton Candy by Tikkido
And completely not Halloween related, you have to try these vegan biscoff brownies!