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Easy Halloween Party Food For Kids
Halloween party food doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, sometimes the simplest foods can be the most fun! Making something that isn’t overly complicated also makes it easier to get the kids involved in the preparation.
Here are some ideas for easy Halloween party food for kids that your little ones are sure to enjoy.
Mummy hot dogs – wrap hot dogs in pre-made croissant dough and bake until golden brown.
Spaghetti and “eyeball” meatballs – make spaghetti and meatballs as usual, but use a small scoop to form the meatballs into balls. Then, press an olive into the center of each “meatball” to create an “eyeball.”
Witches’ fingers – cut hot dogs into finger-like shapes, then press sliced almonds into the ends to create fingernails.
When planning a Halloween-themed meal or party, there are a lot of options that kids of all ages will enjoy. You can make it simple or more elaborate. You can make it as a special treat or make serve healthier options.
No matter what kind of Halloween snacks and food you choose to serve, the most important thing is that it’s FUN!
Here are a few easy ideas for spooky yet healthy Halloween kids’ food:
Ants on a log – celery sticks filled with peanut butter and topped with a line of raisins.
Black olive spiders – black olives sliced in half and placed on top of crackers or cucumber slices.
Frankenstein kabobs – green peppers, mozzarella balls, and black olives skewered together to create a mini Frankenstein.
Cheese Monsters – cut a face into the wax coating of Babybel cheese making a mouth or fangs. Stick on a pair of googly eyes and you have a little cheese monster.
Jack-o-lantern peppers – peppers carved to look like jack-o-lanterns and filled with your favorite dip.
Mandarin pumpkins – peel some mandarin oranges and stick a small piece of cucumber on the top to make a stem.
Halloween bark – melt chocolate and spread it on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper. Top with coconut, nuts, dried fruit, or whatever you feel like. Use dark chocolate to make it a bit healthier.
Apple monsters – spread some peanut butter inside two slices of apples, put them together in the shape of a mouth, and use yogurt covered raisins, sunflower seeds, or mini marshmallows for teeth and candy eyes. You could also add a strawberry slice for a tongue.
Now that you’ve been given some basic ideas for good Halloween food ideas for kids, here are some recipes that will make their holiday or party extra special.
Halloween is a time when it’s fun to get creative in the kitchen and come up with spooky food ideas that both kids and adults will love.
We’ve provided a list of some of our favorite Halloween food ideas for kids, as well as tips for making healthy choices on Halloween.
We hope you found these tips and ideas helpful! Happy Halloween!
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