Do you remember your first haunted house? Or the first time you went trick-or-treating? Or your first scary movie? I clearly remember my elementary school hosting a Harvest Festival event when I was in first grade, and one of the activities was a haunted house. My older brother was brave and got in line. And, of course, I followed him to the line. The closer we got to the entrance, however, the more terrified I became. I overheard someone who had already gone in talking, and I quickly got out of the line!
To this day, I am not much for scary or spooky types of activities. But I do enjoy a little fun on Halloween. A great way to do this is through silly, spooky food. Since I have little ones, we like to keep it simple and not too graphic.
Here are some fun and easy kid-friendly Halloween party food ideas that you can whip up for your next Halloween gathering.
Fun Halloween Food 1 of 11
These recipes are sure to get you lots of compliments from family and guests. The lovely thing about these recipes is they are really easy to whip up.
Frankenstein Pudding 2 of 11
Now, aren't these the most adorable Frankensteins you've ever seen?
Mummy Lunch 3 of 11
Need a fun quick lunch idea for the kids? Stop by Kitchen Fun With My Three Sons for the details.
Spider Web Snacks 4 of 11
Simple and cute!
via Mom Endeavors
Rotted Teeth 5 of 11
This is a yummy and semi-healthy snack.
Carrot Fingers 6 of 11
Share a healthy Halloween treat with this creative dish.
Oreo Spiders 7 of 11
You can whip these up in no time. Stop by The Outlaw Mom for the details.
Witch In a Jar Cupcakes 8 of 11
Ding dong the witch is dead!
Pumpkin Cheese Ball 9 of 11
You can't have a party without a cheese ball. You can't have a Halloween party without a pumpkin-shaped cheese ball.
Frankenstein Marshmallows 10 of 11
Wow, I'm constantly amazed by how creative people are. I want to be just like them when I grow up.
via Just a Taste
Veggie Skeleton Plate 11 of 11
Nothing like some fresh veggies to balance your sugar-filled Halloween day.
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