17 Halloween Snacks for Kids & Easy Halloween Treats
Halloween is in the air! So, we’ve got spooky Halloween treats and Halloween snacks for kids—perfect for any party!
Eat these treats at classroom Halloween parties, or just make some for your house.
It is always a good time for easy Halloween treats and snacks, and many of them are truly very easy!
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If you are hosting a Halloween party or attending one and need something tasty to bring, these easy Halloween treats will be a hit with everyone.
These delicious Halloween-themed snack ideas are sure to get your kids into the Halloween spirit.
You can also celebrate Halloween with:
- Family-Friendly Halloween Activities
- Trick or Treating & Trunk or Treating in KC
- Kids Eat FREE on Halloween
- Candy Buy Backs
- Pumpkin Patches Near KC
- Fall Drink Ideas (maybe add alcohol…)
- Halloween safety tips for kids
- Halloween events in KC
Easy Halloween Treats & Party Snacks
- Grab the kit and the kids and start creating your own OREO Halloween House. The kit also includes OREO mini cookies and OREOS, a variety of cute Halloween candy, 3 colorful icing writers, 2 pre-made icing pouches with decorating tips, and an E-Z Build tray that really helps to make building quick and simple. This really is a fun craft cookie decorating idea for kiddos of all ages. Build it at home and take it to your next Halloween gathering or even the class party. The best part for Mom and Dad is this one has NO baking required! This one actually makes a great gift too. Get a few, give to friends and family, and have a contest for the all-time favorite Halloween House!
These are my kids’ favorite Halloween party snacks.
Fill cups with chocolate pudding and cover the tops with crushed Oreos for the dirt. You can add gravestones and pumpkins and make coffin cookies too! They make many different Halloween-themed decorations, so check out your local grocery store, Hobby Lobby, or even Target for cute seasonal toppings. Some are available online too.
These are the perfect Halloween party snacks…
These are just the right combination of easy, yummy, and a little bit messy. So the kiddos will LOVE joining in to make and eat these little drops of Halloween snack fun! Check out the full recipe and instructions here.
This is a super easy Halloween treat!
Start as simple as with a black Sharpie…
Draw pumpkin faces on the outside of oranges or mandarins. Make ghost faces on the outside of the package on white string cheese, or cut a banana in half and add chocolate chips or other candies for BOO-NANAs Halloween snacks for kids!
If you need fun Halloween party snack ideas, this is it.
Cut triangles out of pepperonis or peppers and stick them on the ends of the cheese sticks. You can use store-bought cheese sticks or cute bread yourself & add the cheese/herbs. Cook before you bring it to the Halloween party, and you are good to go! You could even use cheese sticks from your favorite pizza place…
Pro tip: Make sure you don’t forget the marinara sauce!
Make gingerbread cookies, but instead of decorating for the holidays, create skeletons!
You can also purchase similar cookies at local grocery stores to make this an easy Halloween treat. The complete guide to prep is here.
Wrap up hotdogs in mummy fashion- Lengthwise cut pieces of dough into as many mummy hot dogs as you need.
Wrap 2-4 pieces of dough around each hot dog to look like the “bandages,” and about ½ inch from one end of the hot dog leave it open to show as the “face”.
Bake your mummies at 375 degrees for 13–17 minutes. Go as far as using mustard to draw features on the mummy’s face!
If you’re looking for healthy Halloween snacks, check this out:
Start by slicing up oranges for the face. Next, use a mix of strawberries, blueberries, and grapes, along with a bit of celery. Shape some into triangles for the eyes and nose. Use the same fruit to make a big happy grin for your pumpkin!
This is another great, healthy Halloween snack.
Jack-O’-Lantern is quick and easy. This Veggie Tray is not only cute; it’s yummy and healthy too! It’s such an easy way to add a snack that you know will be a hit while it has a healthy touch to the season of spooky sweets. The kiddoss will love it, and so will the adults.
If you are looking for a super quick, super easy, and super big hit with the kids, this is it. All you need are flour tortillas, cheese, and a knife. The bigger kids can help cut out the faces. And all ages are going to want to eat them up!
Slice up your apples, spread peanut butter on one side of each slice, and arrange a line of mini marshmallows on half of the slices.
Then, top off with another slice of peanut butter-slathered apple to make your big-toothed smiles, and enjoy your healthy Halloween treats!
**See the picture for Boo-Nanas for a reference to the apple, peanut butter, and teeth too.
Double Stuf Oreos are ideal, they have way more yummy icing and a thicker middle, so it makes it easier to get the spider legs to stick and stay in. You could use Halloween candy eyes if you’d like in place of the M&M’s
Start by making your dip in any way you choose and spreading guacamole over the top. Mix sour cream with enough milk to make it thin and easy to come out of the squirt bottle.
Draw your spider web on the top of the guacamole with the sour cream. Sprinkle olives, cheese, tomatoes, and green onions around the edges. Place a fake spider in the center for decoration. Serve taco dip with warm tortillas. This is the perfect Halloween treat for your child’s Halloween party!
These little broomsticks are perfect for an appetizer at any Halloween Party. They “stand up” for you really well, and provide an extra cute presentation to make your guests smile.
This Halloween snack idea is the perfect combination of sweet and salty!
Take a spin on the traditional recipe by adding in candy corn pumpkins, Reese’s Pieces, Bugles, Cheese-Its, candy corn, and any other tasty treats you love. You can get creative with what you put in your mix and even get the kids involved.
Melt a large bowl of caramel. Cut apples into slices and stick them on a bamboo skewer.
Choose your toppings: Crushed Oreos, crushed butterfingers, mini Reese’s pieces, mini M&Ms, crushed-up Heath bits, mini chocolate chips, and marshmallows are our favorites. Dip your apples in the caramel and in the desired toppings.
Now, you’ve got a Halloween party snack that seems super fancy but is actually super easy!
You can’t go wrong with a classic Halloween snack.
It is always fun to bake and decorate with your kids. Get the kids involved! They can decorate Halloween cupcakes and feel proud to show off their creations.
Have fun creating these Halloween snacks for kids, and then you’ll be the big hit at Halloween parties this year!
Do you have other Halloween snack ideas that your kids love? EMAIL us your ideas! You can never have too many snacks at your school Halloween party!
Make sure not to eat all the yummy treats while you’re making them. Happy snacking!
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