12 Halloween Snack Ideas for Your Kids School Party – Spooktacularly Delicious!
Halloween is in the air! So, we’ve got spooky Halloween snack ideas for kids.
You can eat these treats at classroom Halloween parties, or just make some for your house! It is always a good time for a Halloween snack…& many of them are easy!
12 Halloween Snack Ideas
If you are hosting a Halloween party or attending one and need something tasty to bring, these fun Halloween food ideas will be a hit with everyone.
These delicious Halloween-themed snack ideas are sure to get your kids into the Halloween spirit. You can also celebrate Halloween at fun pumpkin patches around Kansas City or Fall Events & things to do throughout October in KC.
You can also find Halloween candy alternatives for trick-or-treating…83 to be exact.
Easy Halloween Party Snacks?
Start as simple as with a black sharpie! Draw pumpkin faces on oranges or mandarins. Make a ghost faces on the packages of white string cheese or cut a banana in half and add chocolate chips or other candies for BOO-NANAs Halloween snacks!
Mini Graveyard Pudding Cups
These are my kids’ favorite Halloween party snacks. Fill cups with chocolate pudding and cover the tops with crushed Oreos for the dirt. You can add gravestones, pumpkins, and make coffin cookies too! They make many different Halloween themed decorations, so check out your local grocery store for toppings.
Jack-O-Lantern Fruit Tray
Start by slicing up oranges for the face. Next use a mix of blueberries and grapes, shape into triangles for the eyes and nose. Use the same fruit to make a big happy grin for your pumpkin!
Veggie Pumpkin Platter
Carve out a small pumpkin, fill with ranch and garnish with all your favorite veggies, including carrots, cucumbers, peppers, cauliflower and broccoli.
Wrap up hotdogs in mummy fashion- Lengthwise cut pieces of dough into as many mummy hot dogs that you need. Wrap 2-4 pieces of dough around each hot dog to look like the “bandages,” and about ½ inch from one end of the hot dog leave open to show as the “face”. Bake your mummies at 375 degrees between 13-17 minutes. Go as far as using mustard to draw features on the mummies face!
Apple Peanut Butter Teeth
Slice up your apples, spread peanut butter on one side of each slice, arrange a line of mini-marshmallows on half of the slices. Then top off with another slice of peanut butter slathered apple to make your big toothed smiles.
**See the picture for Boo-Nanas for a reference of the apple peanut butter teeth too.
Spider Web Taco Dip
Start with making your dip in any way you choose too and spread guacamole over the top. Mix sour cream with enough milk to make it thin and easy to come out of the squirt bottle. Draw your spider web on the top of the guacamole with the sour cream. Sprinkle olives, cheese, tomatoes and green onions around the edges. Place a spider (FAKE) in the center for decoration. Serve taco dip with warm tortillas.
Gingerbread Skeleton Cookies
Make gingerbread cookies, but instead of decorating for the holidays create skeletons!
Halloween Harvest Chex Mix
This Halloween snack idea is the perfect combination of sweet and salty! Take a spin on the traditional recipe by adding in candy corn pumpkins, Reese’s Pieces, Bugles, Cheese-Its, candy corn and any other tasty treats you love!
Candy Apple Bar
Melt a large bowl of caramel. Cut apples into slices and stick on a bamboo skewer. Choose your toppings: Crushed Oreos, crushed butterfingers, mini Reese’s pieces, mini M & Ms, crushed up Heath bits, mini chocolate chips and marshmallows. Dip your apples in the caramel and in the desired toppings!
You can’t go wrong with a classic Halloween snack.
It is always a fun time baking & decorating with your kids. Get the kids involved! They can decorate the Halloween cupcakes & feel proud to show off their creations.
Lady Finger Cheese Sticks
If you need hot Halloween party snack ideas, this is it. Cut triangles out of pepperonis or peppers and stick them on the ends of the cheese sticks. You can use store bought cheese sticks or cute bread yourself & add the cheese/herbs. Cook before you bring to the Halloween party and you are good to go! You could even use cheese sticks from your favorite pizza place…
Pro tip: Make sure you don’t forget the marinara sauce!
Have fun creating these Halloween snacks for your kiddos’ Halloween parties this year! Got other Halloween snack ideas that your kids love? Share them in the comments below. You can never have too many snacks at your school Halloween party!
Make sure not to eat all the yummy treats, while you’re making them…happy snacking!
From iFamily to Yours,