Let's get our hands on some eerie edibles! Here are some Halloween-themed snack ideas that are not only delicious but also fun to make with your kids.

Halloween Pizza: Not only are these Halloween pizzas cheesy and loaded with toppings, but they’re also fun to make, and you can easily include your kids. They’ll love helping you put the toppings on to create the spookiest ghosts, pumpkins, and witches they can, turning dinner into a fun family activity. 

Halloween Fruit Snacks: These fruit snacks make the perfect healthy Halloween treats. Dried and fresh fruits are decorated with icing and eye candies for fun and sweet goodies.

Boo-nana Ghosts: Peel bananas, cut them in half, and use chocolate chips to create ghost faces.

Pear Monsters: Slice pears into rounds and let your kids spread peanut butter on them. Add sunflower seed "teeth" and candy eyes to turn the slices into cute and crunchy apple monsters.

Spider Crackers Spread unsalted peanut butter or almond butter on round crackers and use pretzel sticks for legs. Place another cracker on top, and add two raisins or candy eyes to create adorable spider snacks.

Clementine Pumpkins: Peel clementines and insert a small piece of celery into the top to resemble pumpkin stems. These mini "pumpkins" are easy to make and perfect for little hands.

Frankenstein Guacamole: Whip up a batch of guacamole and use sliced olives and red bell pepper to create Frankenstein's face on top. Serve it with tortilla chips for a spooky snack.

Marshmallow Pops: Treat your Halloween party guests by offering them spirited Halloween marshmallow pops on your snack table. 

The beautiful image for this blog post was kindly given to us by an amazing Danish bakery located in Solvang California that Charlene has been working with for many years. To visit Solvang Bakery e-shop, head to www.solvangbakery.com ! Make sure to check out their gingerbread houses. They're so beautiful.

Happy Halloween!

October 02, 2023 — Charlene Roxborough Konsker