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Cute and Simple Halloween Snack Ideas…

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With Halloween just weeks away, I thought it would be fun to post these creative and super fun Halloween Snack Ideas. Not only are these treats fairly quick and easy to make (love that! πŸ˜€ ), they are so much fun to create with your kiddos and are perfect to take along to a Halloween party or just to have on hand for an after-school snack!

My super creative friend, Erica, was able to create the adorable pumpkins and ghosts pictured above using Cuties, Celery, Bananas and Chocolate chips – and she did it all in a total of 10 minutes!

What you’ll need to do:
*Ghosts: Cut bananas in half and push in chocolate chips to make eyes and a mouth.
*Pumpkins: Stick a piece of celery into the top of a Cutie.

And check out Erica’s other Halloween creations…

Halloween Pumpkin Vegetable Tray

Ingredients:
*Carrots
*Cucumbers
*Mushrooms (used for the nose)
*Broccoli
*Veggie dipping sauce

Scary Vampire Teeth Apples

Ingredients:
*Apples
*Slivered Almonds

Mummy Juice Boxes

Ingredients:
*Juice Boxes
*First Aid Tape
*Permanent marker (or anything creative to make eyes)

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ghosts

Ingredients:
*White Chocolate
*Strawberries
*Chocolate Chips

What you’ll need to do:
*Melt the white chocolate in a pan until it is smooth.
*Dip strawberries into the chocolate
* Stick on chocolate chips to create eyes and a mouth. (Tip: wait about 2 minutes for the white chocolate to just dry a little and the chocolate chips will stick on much easier!)

Homemade Halloween Pizzas

* To keep it simple, consider purchasing the DiGiorno small-sized pizzas and then have your kiddos add toppings like bell peppers, olives, pepperoni and more to create fun faces!

If you have any other fun and simple snack ideas, be sure to share in the comments!

(Thanks for the inspiration, Living Locurto, Upstream Fitness, The Crafty Crow, Five Star Painting, & Simply Creative Insanity!)

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Comments 13

  1. Lisa

    Is there any way to email the post from the app? TIA

  2. rita

    M loving it!

  3. Cannielle

    OMG! They are so cute and so easy to make! Thank you, Collin & Erica for sharing.

  4. Leslie

    Cute and creative, love it πŸ™‚

  5. Susie

    I love pinterest too..have the top one pinned on my kids board. It’s amazing how smart people are to figure out such simple things and share.

  6. Julie

    We made a pumpkin pizza last night! We got one last year from Papa Murphy’s during Halloween and my 4 year old hasn’t forgot it and has been asking to make his own. He was pretty proud that he “made” dinner last night! πŸ™‚

  7. danette1019

    All adorable! Thanks for sharing!!

  8. Brittany

    you can also use pita bread or tortillas as a pizza base / crust. i do this all the time with whole wheat pita for a healthy easy pizza!

  9. Steph

    Very cute!

  10. marthaeb

    All these were so cute and I just LOVE everyone’s ideas! Ghoultastic! M

    I am SO making those cute bananas and the scary vampire teeth rock!

  11. Meagan

    Too cute and affordable

  12. ihearthip

    We made the Halloween pizza faces last week! Amazing how my kid ate toppings he normally wouldn’t! πŸ˜‰

  13. Heather

    Bones are an awesome treat and the kids love them, taste great! Just use pretzel sticks, skewer a mini marshmallow on each end, and dip in melted white chocolate or almond bark. I used them as “dinosaur bones” at my nephew’s birthday party, but they work great as skeleton bones for Halloween too! Even the adults kept going back for more!

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