5 Spooktacular Snacks to Make with Your Kids

October 14, 2019
  • I simply love the Fall. Like the feeling of the first autumn chill that requires your warmest fleece or sweater to sit outside. Or when you see the first brightly colored leaves changing before your eyes. And that first morning you reach to turn the dial on the thermostat to warm up the house before the kids get up for school.

    For my family, fall has always been a fun time of year. We return to the kitchen to bake pumpkin bread, make meals together and experiment with as many recipes as we can find, making use of all the apples we’ve picked from the orchard.

    Since my children were little, I’ve always enjoyed seeing their curiosity as they joined us in the kitchen, lured by the smell of something delightful baking in the oven. As parents we’ve treasured these moments to bond and spend creative time together

    Even the youngest children love to get hands-on in the kitchen, getting as messy as you allow. Here are a few of our favorite recipes that kids of any age can have fun with. And in the spirit of October, these are appropriately themed for the season.

  • Spider Sandwiches

    Be prepared for the looks you’ll get when you ask your kids if they want to make Spider Sandwiches. Priceless!

    What you’ll need:

    • Sandwich bread
    • Stick pretzels
    • Chocolate chips (Olives or raisins work, too!)
    • Peanut butter or Nutella (Substitute with hummus, cream cheese, or your favorite deli meat if nut allergies are a consideration)
    • A round cookie cutter or use a cup or a glass to get the round shape
  • Spider Sandwiches Healthy Halloween Snacks

  • Mummified Pizza Bread

    What you’ll need:

    • Sandwich bread
    • Pizza sauce
    • Olives
    • Sliced white cheddar

    Bake for 8-minutes at 350 degrees.

  • Mummy Pizza Bread Healthy Halloween Snacks

  • Vampire Dentures

    What you’ll need:

    • Red apple slices
    • Peanut butter (Substitute sun butter for nut allergy considerations)
    • Yogurt covered raisins
  • Vampire Dentures Healthy Halloween Snacks

  • Boo-nanas

    What you’ll need:

    • 1-2 Bananas, peeled and cut in half
    • Chocolate chips
    • Caramel Sauce
  • Banana Ghosts Health Halloween Snacks

  • Pumpkin Patch Hummus Plate

    What you’ll need:

    • Hummus
    • Sliced Carrots
    • Green onion
    • Toothpicks

    Pro Tip: Your kids probably won’t like the taste of the parsley or green onions, so you might recommend they dip and eat the carrots only!

  • Pumpkin Patch Hummus Healthy Halloween Snacks

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