Spooktacular Halloween treats for kids

11 October 2023

Halloween is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate this spooktacular holiday than by creating some devilishly delicious Halloween-themed food with these frighteningly fun and easy recipes?



Mummy Dogs

Start the Halloween festivities with a classic favourite – Mummy Dogs! Wrapped in puff pastry, these spooky hot dogs resemble mummies! Simply wrap the dough around each hot dog, leaving a small gap for the mummy’s eyes. For eyes, add dots of mustard or ketchup, or candy eyeballs.

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Monster Mac and Cheese

Turn ordinary mac and cheese into a monster mash! Prepare your favourite mac and cheese recipe with some green food colouring and top each bowl with candy eyeballs. Your kids will love digging into these colourful and fun monster green bowls.

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Spooky Spider Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs get a creepy makeover with these spooky spiders. Make your favourite deviled egg filling and pipe it into halved hard-boiled eggs. For the spider effect, use black olives sliced into halves or quarters as the body and legs. These little critters are as fun to make as they are to eat!

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Halloween Pie

The sweet and syrupy pie will tantalise your taste buds and is perfect for Halloween. If cherries are difficult to find you can use other fruits or use frozen fruit instead. Cut out a Jack-o-lantern’s face into the pastry and place it onto the pie for a real spooky effect. If you don’t have time to make the pastry, simply use ready-rolled pastry.

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Pumpkin Oatmeal

This recipe is simple, quick, and sure to get everyone in the mood for trick-or-treating. All you need is a packet of instant oatmeal, pumpkin puree, and your choice of toppings. We recommend candy eyeballs for an extra touch of ghoulish goodness. You can add coconut, chia seeds, chocolate chips, and sprinkles if you like.

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Pumpkin seed clusters (vegan)

Let’s not leave the pumpkin seeds out! There are many exciting recipes and we found this yummy pumpkin brittle recipe. They are sweet and munchy and perfect as a snack or topped on to cereal. Click below to find out the recipe

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Halloween Punch

This kid-friendly, Halloween punch is so easy and looks so effective, it'll be the talking point of this year's spooky celebrations.
The decorations are quick and easy to put together: lychee eyes with blueberry pupils, jack-o-lantern clementines, and delicious gummy snakes! So simple yet so effective!

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Candy Corn Fruit Parfaits

For a healthier Halloween treat, try making Candy Corn Fruit Parfaits. Layer diced pineapple, mandarin oranges, and whipped cream or yoghurt in clear cups to mimic the colours of candy corn. Top them with a piece of candy corn for a sweet touch. It's a nutritious and visually appealing dessert.

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Frankenstein Krispies Treats

Transform classic Rice Krispies treats into monstrous delights by adding some green food colouring and candy eyes. Shape the mixture into little monster faces and give each one a unique personality.

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So, put on your apron, get creative, and get ready to make this Halloween a ghoulishly good time for your little ones!
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Resources

Ghoul art recipes
Fun Halloween recipes for kids
40 Best Halloween treats for kids to enjoy all season long
Vegan Halloween recipes
Healthy Halloween recipes
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Pumpkin recipes for kids


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