Last Updated on May 28, 2020
30. Eerie Eyeballs
Stack different sized dried fruit to make these sweet but nutritious eerie eyeballs for Halloween!
31. Halloween Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs have always been my favorite snack to bring to a party, although mine are usually pretty boring. Get creative with them this Halloween by topping them with an olive spider or eyeball, or how about those little “pumpkins” with the chive stem?! For more inspiration, check out these 8 creative deviled egg ideas and recipes.
32. Eye-Popping Soup
Bite-size mozzarella balls and pimiento-stuffed green olives are just right for floating eyeballs in your soup. And, check out the olive bug crawling on the side of the bowl. How creepy!
33. Spooky Cheese Pops
You put anything on a stick, and my kids will eat it up like it’s candy. Babybel cheese is so much fun to eat AND decorate, kind of like these spooky cheese pops for Halloween!
34. Edible Eyeballs
Edible and healthy! Carrots, cream cheese, and sliced black olives make up these fun edible eyeballs for Halloween.
35. Jack o’ Lantern Cuties
Let the kids have fun decorating the peel of their own cutie, and then have all of the fun eating them, too! Or, surprise them with one in their lunchbox.
36. Stuffed Jack o’ Lantern Peppers
Stuffed peppers are one of my new favorite healthy dinner options. Make a few cuts in the face to resemble a jack o’ lantern, and the kids will love them just as much as you! Get the recipe and instructions here.
37. Hot Dog Caterpillar
Hot dogs, AGAIN! No wonder kids love these things. They’re so versatile and fun to make cute food creations with. This caterpillar is a cute after school snack, or along side dinner just to make it a little more festive.