Last Updated on May 28, 2020
4. “Boo”Nana Pops
Although this is made with white chocolate (only half an ounce each pop), it’s much healthier than candy, and certainly a frozen Halloween snack that the kids will love! They will also enjoy being your little kitchen assistant on this one.
5. Spooky Fruit Spider Snack
This actually IS scary! Although it’s just made with fruit, I can’t help but think it’s going to start crawling around on that plate. And, the edible eyeballs are the icing on the cake.
6. Spider Web Pizza
How creative! Not enough cheese for me, but I’m a cheese maniac (I’d douse mine in a bottle of parmesan). I love the spider detail with the black olive, too.
7. Cheesy Witch Brooms
These edible witch brooms are just perfect packed away in a school lunch or displayed on a party platter. Use kitchen scissors to slice the bottom half of a cheese slice, wrap it around a pretzel stick, and then use a fresh chive as a string to hold it in place. So easy!
8. Banana Ghosts
It doesn’t get much easier than this! Surprise the kiddos with this for breakfast or as an after-school snack.
9. Spider Crackers
These little cracker spiders would be a hit for a school party! Peanut butter sounds better to me as the stuffing, but cream cheese is more allergy friendly–maybe make a few of both?
10. Spiderweb Nacho Spread
The BEST Halloween party dip! Who doesn’t love a bunch of yummy layers topped with a sour cream spider web?? Serve this party dish with a side of tortilla chips and you’re set.
11. Jack o’ Lantern Hummus Plate
This Halloween inspired party dish is made with a roasted red pepper hummus (for the orange hue), and black beans or olives for the jack o’ lantern face. Serve it with crackers, chips, or veggies! I would use a celery stick for the stem, too.