If you are at home with your kids, or you pack them a lunch to eat at school, this is a fun way to give them a healthy lunch a that will make them laugh. Tiny candy eyeballs can turn any sandwich into a silly monster that will make lunch full of silly fun. A great way to celebrate Halloween with a lunch that they won’t soon forget because, well…it’s looking back at them! This is a great way to make a silly Halloween lunch that takes little to no extra time!
Need a super quick, super cute Halloween snack for you kids to share at school that is healthy and nutritious? Here is a healthy alternative to the normal trick or treat type Halloween candy treat. Festive orange solo cups turned into little monster popcorn holders and ghostly string cheese make for a healthy snack that the kids will be super excited to share with their class. The best part is, it will only take you a few minutes to prepare and your kids will get a kick out of this. They can even help too!
Throughout a rainy and cold weekend we managed to have some indoor fun, carve pumpkins, do Halloween crafts, and spend some quiet time together as a family. We made our staple soft cookie bars, but turned them into a cute pumpkin style Halloween treat to help celebrate pumpkin carving day in our house. It was the perfect treat to share after carving pumpkins and allowed the kids to each make and decorate their own Jack-o-lantern shaped cookie.
These adorable Oreo Monster pops are the perfect way to treat your little ones this Halloween. Not only are they fun to eat, but the kids will have a blast making and creating them. Using some cool Halloween colored Oreo cookies these little monster have a hidden Halloween surprise inside! An orange creme filling makes them extra special. Use sprinkles, coconut, and googly eye candies so the kids can create lots of different monsters to share!