10 Halloween Snack Ideas Your Kids Will Love and Ask For More
Planning to go out for trick-or-treat with your kids or staying in for a spooky party for the night?
Whether you're planning for a small get-together or a big Halloween party, we've got you covered with 10 halloween snack ideas for the spookiest day of the year (they're easy enough for your kids to help you out in the kitchen too!).
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1. Halloween Chocolate Chip Cookie
An extra fun take on the good old chocolate chip cookie, your petit would love the extra spider embellishment! Have a race to see who finishes dressing the cookies first with their spidery creation. You can also embellish the cookie with an extra spider web.
Recipe: Halloween Chocolate Chip Cookie
2. Smokey Pumpkin Deviled Egg
A savoury treat that would win over your guest's heart (and belly)! A twist on deviled egg, this Halloween version includes a mix of smoked paprika, canned pumpkin puree, mayonnaise, Dijon mustard for an extra touch of fall.
Recipe: Smokey Pumpkin Deviled Egg
An easy spooky snack that will take no time to make. All you need is a bag of biscotti, white and dark chocolate. Invite your petit to dress up the biscotti and give the "ghosts" different expressions!
4. Jack-o'-Lantern Rice Krispies
You've probably come across those cute rice krispies with big ghostly eyes all over the internet. How about take it up a notch this year by paying homage to Jack-o'-Lantern? Get a pumpkin cookie cutter at your baking supplies store for this special treat, and you can also use it to make pumpkin-shaped cookies after!
Recipe: Jack-o'-Lantern Rice Krispies
5. Mummy Pumpkin Hand Pies
Mini pumpkin pies that remind you of your childhood? Oui s'il vous plaît! A healthier alternative to pop tarts, this cheeky pumpkin hand pie will definitely steal the show at your spooky party.
Recipe: Mummy Pumpkin Hand Pies
6. Marshmallow Ghost Brownies
It's boo time! Give your brownie an upgrade with lots of screamy ghosts. We're huge fans of the brownies on the edge... Who's guilty of taking all those pieces first?
Recipe: Marshmallow Ghost Brownies
7. Poison Toffee Apple
Mirror, mirror, who's the fairest of them all? These black poison toffee apples are wickedly delicious and will surely catch the eyes of your guests at your spooky get-together. Wrap them up with cellophane and give them out at trick-or-treat. Avoid putting them into the fridge since the candy coating can sweat and slide off the apple.
Recipe: Poison Toffee Apple
8. Chocolate-Covered “Witch’s Hat” and Wicked Witch Sundae
Ready to cast some spells? This treat is for anyone who love a good scoop of ice cream. If you're not into matcha ice cream, change it to other flavours like chocolate or mango (they're just as spookish).
Recipe: Chocolate-Covered “Witch’s Hat” and Wicked Witch Sundae
9. Mini Bat Treats
A simple treat that only takes 4 ingredients to make. We love a good chunk of Oreo and Reese cup. If you can't find mini Reese cup, don't shy away from the regular sized one.
Recipe: Mini Bat Treats
10. Matcha Monster Waffle
Kick off your Halloween morning with some spookalicious monster waffles! Get your little ones gives the waffles a monster makeover with Kitkat, marshmallow and chocolate chip. Alternatively, you can also use chocolate syrup for the monster eye feature and strawberry syrup for some extra "bloody" effects.
Recipe: Matcha Monster Waffle