Last Updated on June 11, 2020
13. Oreo Owl Cupcakes
Ok, there aren’t any actual instructions needed for these adorable owl cupcakes. As long as you know what an Oreo is, I think you can figure it out. I just get store-bought chocolate cupcakes, and then I’m only left with the fun part– assembling the cute little owl face! The only bad thing about these cupcakes is figuring out what to do with the non-frosted side of the Oreos? I guess you’ll just have to eat them. By the way, a candy corn or M&M nose also looks super cute in place of the orange frosting!
14. Halloween Fruit Snacks
Healthy Halloween snacks aren’t always something to get excited about, but if you’re creative enough, the kids will eat just about anything that is as cute and fun as these ghost bananas and clementines! Just use your imagination when serving snacks and meals to the kiddos around the holidays. Sometimes it’s the little things that will get you the biggest smiles.
15. Eyeball Treats
If you’re looking for a last-minute Halloween treat to put together, that’s all you have to do is put candy eyes on just about anything! Put them on top of cookies, cupcakes, pudding cups, fudge squares, cake pops, fruit, or anything else you can think of! Last year I bought 2 dozen cupcakes and decorated them with candy eyes for a school party. They were so easy, and yet a big hit with the kids!