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8 Halloween Crafts You Can Eat

Who says you can’t cook in your kitchen, and get your craft on, too? Not us! Because we’ve pulled together 9 totally adorable crafts that will keep your kids busy in the kitchen while also turning into uber-delish bites of holiday yummy! So grab a knife, fork, and Halloween spork and start slicing, dicing, and cooking up these 8 fun crafts that are also fun to eat!


  • Spiderweb Cakes in a Jar 1 of 9
    Spiderweb Cakes in a Jar
    Want the ultimate, most perfect cake in a jar ever? Check out this super fun, spider web cake, which will have your kiddos scrambling to help you craft it into perfection before baking!
    Get the recipe for Halloween Fun Spider Web Cake
    photo: Kelsey Banfield
  • Spiderweb Cupcakes 2 of 9
    Spiderweb Cupcakes
    Get your artistic fix moments before you stuff your face with these super simple and fun-to-make Spider Web Cakes in a Jar!
    Get the recipe for Spider Web Cakes in a Jar
    photo: Kelsey Banfield
  • Fizzy Jack-O-Lantern Milkshake 3 of 9
    Fizzy Jack-O-Lantern Milkshake
    Turn your glasses into an easy craft project, then fill them with a delicous Fizzy Jack-o-lantern milkshake!
    Get the recipe for Fizzy Jack-O-Lantern Milkshakes
    photo: Kelsey Banfield
  • Pumpkin Sweet Potato Fries 4 of 9
    Pumpkin Sweet Potato Fries
    Slice up some fun with these pumpkin-shaped Sweet Potato Fries!
    Get the recipe for our Jack-O-Lantern Fries
  • Halloween Crispy Treats 5 of 9
    Halloween Crispy Treats
    A little bit of color goes a deliciously long way in this easy-to-make, and even more-fun-to-eat recipe for Ghost and Pumpkin Marshmallow Krispies!
    Get the recipe for Halloween Crispy Treats
  • Pumpkin Poptarts 6 of 9
    Pumpkin Poptarts
    Pumpkin Poptarts aren't just fun to make…they're fun to bake! And, maybe they're a wee bit fun to eat, too!
    Get the recipe for Pumpkin Poptarts
  • Monster Mash 7 of 9
    Monster Mash
    Sing, dance, and craft it up in the kitchen with this supremely simple recipe for Monster Mash!
    Get the recipe for Monster Mash
    photo: Shaina Olmanson
  • Halloween Panna Cotta 8 of 9
    Halloween Panna Cotta
    A kiwi tops of this elegant (but suprisingly simple!) recipe for Halloween panna cotta!
    Get the recipe for Coconut Kiwi Eyeball Panna Cotta
    photo: KitchenTableScraps.com
  • Cookie Pops 9 of 9
    Cookie Pops
    Follow this recipe to make your own spider webs on a stick! Make 'em, eat 'em, and maybe even trick or treat 'em!
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