These adorable Apple Mummies are such an easy, healthy Halloween treat – your little ghosties will gobble them up! A perfect fruit snack for Halloween parties, spook-tacular fruit trays, or a fun October after-school nibble!
These strawberry ghosts are a fun and delicious Halloween treat. These are basically white chocolate covered strawberries that look like little spooky ghosts! They are super quick to make especially if you engage your little helpers!
Polyjuice Potion is perfect for Halloween or Harry Potter themed parties! It’s a kid friendly drink made with only three ingredients: kiwi juice, lemon-lime soda and apple sorbet. It’s ready in just 5 minutes!
Adorably spooky, these swamp monsters are quick to make and delicious!
Candy corn pudding cups made with vanilla pudding and whipped cream topping. All the fun flavors of the nostalgic classic candy corn.
This Halloween Monster Mash Party Mix is a little creepy, a whole lot of fun, and has a little something for everyone. Just 5 minutes to throw together, enjoy at your next Halloween party or give to friends and teachers in cute little gift bags for a sweet Halloween surprise.
Looking for an adorable no-bake treat to serve at your Halloween party? Try these Easy 4-Ingredient Bat Treats! A spooky good Halloween dessert kids of all ages love! Made with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Oreos.
Mummy apple hand pies are a delicious puff pastry apple dessert that requires just 4 ingredients. These quick and easy Halloween treats are loved by kids and adults. These mummy pastries take literally 10 minutes to make and 30 minutes to bake!
These goofy apple monster mouths are fun to make and a hit with kids and adults alike! They’re perfect for a healthy Halloween treat and are ready in just a few minutes.
And how would you feel about a bonus idea? I love this fun idea for a healthy Halloween snack plate with Boo-nanas, Franken-kiwis, cheese brooms, clementine pumpkins, spider eggs and straw-mummies.
Are you a fan of these Halloween treats and dessert ideas? Check out more apple and pumpkin recipes for fall.