Last Updated on May 28, 2020
21. Jack o’ Lantern Orange Packets
If you’re looking for something easy and healthy to take to a school party, this is it! The mandarin oranges are already packaged for easy transport, now all you have to do is draw on jack o’ lantern faces with a Sharpie. You could also draw other Halloween characters (bats, black birds, Frankenstein, etc.), or write the word “Boo!”.
22. Celery Mummies
Garden vegetable cream cheese and deli meat make up these cute celery mummies! It’s easiest to pipe the cream cheese on for a cleaner look, and then cut your deli meat into small strips and place them in a criss-cross pattern. Then, use raisins or dried cranberries for the eyes.
23. Goblin Grins
These goblin grins are a nice addition to a vegetable tray! You could also use them on a snack plate and use other veggies for the eyes and nose. Cute!
24. Cheese Eyeballs
Everyone loves those yummy little Babybel cheese rounds, and they just happen to be perfect for making edible eyeballs. The kids are in for a surprise when they open up their school lunch and see what’s waiting for them!
25. “Candy Corn” Fruit Cup
It’s all about the presentation! Stack pineapple, orange slices, and whipped cream or yogurt to create a healthier take on candy corn.
26. Ghost Cheese
Another creative cheese idea for Halloween! These octopus ghosts are pretty easy to pull off considering the string cheese is made to be easily strung and taken apart. Ultimately, add them to a snack plate with crackers and fruit, and the kids are sure to love them!
27. Stuffed Roaches
Ewww! Well, wait. They’re just dates stuffed with cream cheese. Yum! If you’re serving at a party, be sure to make a little sign that says “Stuffed Roaches” to make sure everyone is grossed out.
28. Hot Dog Fingers
Those little knuckle slices are just enough to make these hot dog fingers repulsive enough for Halloween! Garnish them with ketchup to resemble blood, and an onion slice for the yucky nail.