If you’re looking to add a festive touch to your next after school snack, then check out our ideas for Halloween snacks to make with your kids. From classic treats to silly snacks, you and your family are sure to enjoy these delectable delights. Best of all, making these snacks are super easy which means your kids can join in on the fun! Check out our favorite ideas below:
I remember as a child walking through the produce aisles in the grocery store as a kid and seeing caramels near the apples during Halloween-time. Now there are caramel apple kits making it even easier to create this delicious treat. It usually just involves inserting sticks into whole apples and dipping them into warmed caramel. Once you’ve done that, the kids can help out with the decorating by slathering on their favorite toppings.
White Chocolate Frozen Banana Ghosts
It’s a good thing you have those sticks handy from the last treat because you’ll need them again for this next treat. Start by melting white chocolate chips in the microwave. If you want the kids to help, they can peel and cut the bananas in half. Dip the bananas in the melted chocolate and set it aside to harden. Make ghost faces on the banana pops with black icing or chocolate chips. Add a stick and freeze. Enjoy together as a family.
Dirt Pudding Cups
This pudding treat is the perfect snack to have your kids getting down and dirty in the kitchen. Start by making chocolate pudding by following the instructions on the box. Once it’s ready, fill clear plastic cups and top with Oreo cookie crumbs for the “dirt.” Add some squiggly gummy worms for a silly surprise.
Pumpkin Mousse Dip
It wouldn’t be fall without a bit of pumpkin in the mix. Find a quick and easy recipe here at My Kitchen Addiction. The kids can help with the measuring and mixing. Serve with ginger snaps and shortbread for a delicious, seasonal treat.
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