Halloween Snack Ideas

Hey Guys!

How has ya’ll month been going? It’s been a crazy one for me, but I’ve enjoyed it.  Can ya’ll believe that Halloween is so close, I mean it’s like one week away!  Anyway I’ve decided to show ya’ll some easy Halloween treats that you can make that will wow everyone.

  1. Jalepeno Popper Mummiesjulia-halloween-recipes-jalepenio-popers


    10 jalepenos, halved

    1 container of Pillsbury crescent rolls

    4 oz. cream cheese

    5 oz. cooked chicken, finely chopped

    2 tbsp. seasoned bread crumbs

    1 small garlic clove, minced

    salt to taste

    Candy eyeballs (usually available in local grocery stores during October)

    Preheat oven to 375. Remove all seeds and white membranes from peppers (I recommend wearing gloves when doing this; the heat may burn your hands for a little while). Combine chicken, cream cheese, bread crumbs and garlic and mix well. Add salt to taste. Fill each jalapeno with stuffing. Open crescent rolls and slice long pieces of dough to wrap around the popper. Wrap, leaving enough room for the eyes. Bake for 18-20 minutes. Remove, let cool for two minutes, then place candy eyes on the poppers—feel free to use plastic googly eyes instead, just remember to remove them before eating! Serve poppers while hot. 

  2. Pumpkin Patch Browniespumpkin-patch-brownies

    Ingredients –

    • 1 pan of brownies or package of chocolate snack cakes
    • Chocolate sandwich cookies, crushed (amount needed varies on how many your making – for a whole pan of brownies, you’ll probably use at least half a package)
    • 1 bag of mellowcreme pumpkins
    • chocolate frosting
    For the pumpkin patch signs, you’ll need:
    • popsicle sticks (1 per brownie/cake)
    • mini popsicle sticks (4 per brownie/cake)
    • glue gun
    • black Sharpie marker

    vanilla ice cream                                                                                                                            2 liters of Fanta Orange soda

    • Once you have everything ready, start by decorating your plastic cups. If you don’t have any Jack O’Lantern beverage clings, not to worry! All you need is a permanent marker and you can draw on your own design. This would be a fun activity to let your little ones get involved and unleash their creativity!
    • Once your spooktacular cups are ready, pour a small amount of Fanta into the bottom of each cup.
    • Next add a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. Mmm…. lookin’ good!
    • Pour some more Fanta over the ice cream, and watch as some bubbly magic starts happening.
    • Insert a straw and start slurping that creamy, orangey goodness! It’s a handheld, drinkable, Jack O’Lantern that tastes just like a creamsicle!fanta-jack-o-lantern-floats-collagesteps
  4. Halloween Ghost Fruit Kabobs

    ghostkabob4You Will Need:



    Melon (cut into cubes)

    Kabob Skewers

    Food coloring marker

    1.For the marshmallows, use a black food coloring marker to draw a ghostly face onto each marshmallow. (This is a great task for older kids to help with!)  Let the marshmallows dry for a few minutes before using.

    2. Wash and cut the fruit into bite-sized pieces.  Add a strawberry, piece of melon and then a ghost marshmallow to the skewer.  Repeat the pattern until you are at the top.

    Serve your fruit kabobs at a kids Halloween party, classroom celebration or as a fun afterschool snack.  These spooky ghost fruit kabobs are the perfect healthy Halloween snack that your littles are sure to love.

  5. HOCUS POCUS HALLOWEEN PUNCHhocus-pucos-halloween-punch-watermark

    • 8 ounces V8 Peach Mango
    • 6 ounces Izze Peach
    • 1 scoop Mango Sorbet any brand
    1. In a glass of your choice pour in V8, then Izze Peach.
    2. Top punch with one scoop of sorbet.
    3. Serve immediately.

Well I hope you enjoyed this post and it’s given you some ideas on what you can take to your own Halloween party.  You can find things like this and much more over on pintrest.  That place is like a pot of gold of ideas just waiting for you to try and make them.

Until Next Time!



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