Six Spooky Halloween Snacks for Kids

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Looking for a mix of spooky holiday art and healthy tasty Halloween snacks for kids? Start with these six ideas!

While Halloween and candy pretty much go hand in hand, there’s no reason not to add a healthy twist as well! Try these six Halloween themed snacks for kids and make food art a new family Halloween tradition. These ideas are adorable, and are fun holiday activities that will keep both you and your kids entertained! Get ready to show your kids that Halloween treats can be tasty AND a good source of fuel to keep them healthy and strong.

Before you get started, you can also check out the Super Crew Guide to Cooking With Kids to learn more about how to help your kids be safe and maximize the fun while in the kitchen.

Mysterious Monsters

With only three ingredients, these apple, peanut butter, and chocolate chip monster treats are quick to make AND full of nutritious ingredients. Simply slice an apple in half, spread some creamy peanut butter evenly across the cut end of your apple, and arrange two chocolate chips to create your monster’s eyes.

Spooky Boo-nanas!

Made with frozen bananas and Greek yogurt, these Halloween themed popsicles are much healthier than your traditional popsicle, and kids absolutely love them! Greek yogurt is an excellent source of protein, with 24 grams of protein per cup!

Halloween themed greek yogurt banana popsicles with chocolate chip eyes

Ingredients:

• Ripe bananas
• Dark chocolate chips
• Greek yogurt
• Popsicle sticks
Optional: Splash of vanilla extract

Steps:

1. Cut your bananas in half.
2. Roll the banana halves in Greek yogurt until they are evenly coated.
3. Press in two chocolate chips for eyes and place a popsicle stick into the bottom for a handle.
4. Roll in plastic wrap and freeze, then unwrap, eat and enjoy!

All-Hallows’-Eve Eyeballs

Made with mini-mozzarella balls and pimento-stuffed olives, these savory eyeballs are quick to assemble and make the perfect salty snack or Halloween pleasers for a party appetizer. Simply slice stuffed pimento olives in half, use a toothpick to secure the olive halves onto mini mozzarella balls, and arrange your finished eyeballs on a platter.

food art eyeballs made of mozzarella and olives

Frightening Fruit Bats

These fruit and veggie bats are made with plums, red bell peppers, and a small bit of Greek yogurt frosting. Kids love to help assemble and then eat these fruity treats!

halloween food art bat made of plumsIngredients:

  • Plums
  • Mini bell peppers
  • Toothpicks

Greek yogurt frosting:

  • 1 Tbsp. Greek yogurt
  • 1 Tbsp. cream cheese
  • Dash of powdered sugar
  • Cocoa powder

Steps:

  1. You will need one and a half plums per fruit bat. Keep one plum whole to use as the body, and slice the other plum into quarters to make wings. Slice two small slivers off of the wings to use as ears.
  2. Slice the end off of a mini bell pepper to use as your bat’s hat.
  3. Use toothpicks to secure the wings, ears, and hat. Then, carefully make a thin slice to create the mouth.
  4. Make the Greek yogurt frosting by combining the Greek yogurt, cream cheese, and powdered sugar, then use this to make the eyes and fangs. Mix cocoa powder to a small portion of the frosting to make the pupils.
  5. Enjoy!

Scary Squash

These scary squash make the perfect Halloween centerpiece, and you can cook them up into a tasty dish once Halloween has passed! Look for the most interesting looking and wild shaped squash you can find at the grocery store or farmer’s market. Buy plastic eyeballs with pegs from your local craft store or order them online, and place them into your squash.

fun food art for kids with squash and eyes

For a fun and healthy pasta swap, next time you’re craving Italian food, swap the noodles for spaghetti squash or zucchini. See if your family will notice!

pumpkin pancakes for kids in the shape of a ghost and pumpkin

Pumpkin Pancakes

These Halloween themed pancakes make the perfect Halloween breakfast or snack for kids! Pick up some Halloween inspired cookie cutters. Then, make these healthy whole-wheat pumpkin pancakes, and once they’re done cooking, cut them into Halloween shapes. Freeze them so that the kids have a healthy snack at any time of the week. The only thing needed is a quick heating up in the toaster!

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