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Cheese Filled Potato Fingers

Cheese Filled Potato FingersHere's a tricky treat for your kids this Halloween. Trick them with a simple potato snack that's simply homemade and healthy. Kids who don't like potatoes will surely dig in.

 

plate with Squishy Eyeballs

Squishy EyeballsSave this simple recipe for the Halloween celebration. You can make it more appealing by adding some more details. Here's how you can basically make it on your own.

 

Apple marshmallow Smiles

Apple SmilesThese are tasty apple snacks that look like smiling mouths. They are so easy to make, kids will have fun assembling them... and devouring them!

 

hotdog on bun with catsup

Creepy Halloween "Finger Foods"This is a simple way to make your hot dog wieners look like chopped fingers. Add a little ketchup and it takes that creepy turn. Have fun!

 

Monster Sandwich

Monster SandwichMy mum used to put these monster sandwiches in my lunch so I'd have a laugh during break. I make them now, and not just for Halloween. It's simple, cute, and super yummy!

 

A spooky spider pizza, decorated with spider olives and a ranch web.

Spooky Spider PizzaThis pizza is super easy to make for Halloween. I love the contrast of colours from the pizza, the web made from ranch dressing, and the spiders made of olives. Oh, and it's super yummy, too!

 

finished potato pumpkins

Halloween Potato PumpkinsHalloween is coming. This is a fun recipe/craft to make with some ingredients you've already got laying around the kitchen. They're so cute to look at and a treat to eat! I used potatoes but you can use a mix with sweet potatoes, too, for added colour.

 

Spider Cookie Dough Truffles

Spider Cookie Dough TrufflesThese delicious no bake cookie dough truffles include mini chocolate chips. I decided to serve them as a dessert for Halloween. YUM!

 

tootsie roll tree

Graveyard BrowniesIf you are looking for a spooky treat for your Halloween party, these brownies are perfect!

 

finished monster mouth

Scary Apple Monster MouthsOur daughter made these scary apple monster mouths for school and she wanted to make them again at home. They are fun to make and even more fun to eat!

 

upclose banana ghosts

Banana GhostsThese spooky bananas are super tasty and are a quick, healthy Halloween treat to make!

 

pumpkin orange

Pumpkin OrangesThese pumpkin oranges make a great healthy treat for Halloween and they are easy to put together!

 

jello jack o lantern cups

Jello Jack-O'-Lantern CupsThese jack-o'-lantern Jello cups are easy to make and perfect for a Halloween party!

 

broom sticks standing on plate

String Cheese Witch BroomsIf you are looking for a more nutritious Halloween treat, give these string cheese witch brooms a try!

 

pretzel treats in cup 2

Halloween Pretzel TreatsThese fun pretzel treats are easy to make and are the perfect combination of salty and sweet.

 

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Frankenstein pudding cup

Frankenstein Pudding CupsThese Frankenstein pudding cups are an easy Halloween treat that kids will love!

 

plate of monster doughnuts 2

Monster DoughnutsIf you are looking for a quick and inexpensive treat, give these monster doughnuts a try! They are perfect for a Halloween party or as a classroom treat!

 

mummy enchilada on plate

Mummy EnchiladasThese creamy "mummy" enchiladas are perfect for dinner on Halloween!

 

finished layered dip

Spider Web Layered Taco DipLayered taco dip is easy to make and is a great snack to serve at a party. This spooky version is perfect for Halloween!

 

finished pumpkins 2

Rice Krispy PumpkinsIf you like rice krispy treats, then you will love these adorable and yummy pumpkins!

 

single pretzel pumpkin

Pretzel PumpkinsThese pretzel pumpkins have the perfect combination of salty and sweet. They are a great treat for your next Halloween party.

 

finished band aids

Gruesome Band-Aid CookiesThese gruesome cookies are sure to creep out your party guests. If they are brave enough to try one they are sure to love them.

 

finished apple mouths 2

Apple Monster MouthsThese treats are a little more healthy than most, but are sure to fit right in with other spooky treats at your Halloween party.

 

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Pretzel Skeleton Treat BagsThese treat bags are easy to make and are perfect for a kids Halloween party.

 

eggs and bacon on plate

No Bones About ItGreat way to start the day of Halloween! Fry two pieces of bacon in a skillet. Drain on paper towels. Cut each bacon slice in half; arrange the four pieces in an "X" shape on a small plate.

 

Decorated Pumpkin Pancake

Decorated Jack-o'-lantern PancakeGreat way to start the day! Add orange food coloring or orange icing to whipped topping. Frost pancake. Cut a gumdrop in half and place both halves side by side (sticky side down) off the top part of the pancake to make the stem.

 

English Muffin Pizza

Halloween English Muffin PizzaTurn everyday food into Halloween food!

 

pumpkin seeds

Pumpkin Recycling (To Roast or Not to Roast!)Peter Piper Picked a Profoundly Plump Pumpkin - Now what does he do with it?Try using this versatile squash in many ways.

 

Bat cupcake

Bat Cup CakesThese Bat Cup Cakes are super easy and quick if you use Hostess Cupcakes like I did. You also could make similar bats with your own cupcakes.

 

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Dracula's Blood Bank PieStir lemonade and condensed milk until blended...

 

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A plate of mini pumpkin tarts.

Mini Pumpkin TartsThese no bake mini pumpkin tarts are a delicious treat to whip up for your next holiday party.

 

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Halloween Cheese CakeGreat recipe for a kid's Halloween party.

 

English muffin pizzas with strips of cheese and olive eyes.

Yummy Mummies PizzasYou no longer have to fear what is behind those ancient bandages because the truth has been revealed, mummies are yummy!

 

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"Ghoul-Ade" For HalloweenMix Kool Aid's together with sugar, in large pitcher. Add water and mix. Just before serving, add ginger ale.

 

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Witchy HandsPlace one piece of candy corn, pointed side out into clear gloves. Fill the rest with the popcorn or caramel corn (green is best). Tie with yarn or festive Halloween ribbon. Serve to those special ghosts and goblins.

 

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