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Spooky Snacks for the Season

0 Comments 04 October 2012

‘Tis the season for all things spooky. Every where you turn there are jack-o-lanterns, spiders, Halloween stores, haunted houses, masks, ghosts and goblins- so why not scare up some spooky treats while you’re decorating your house?  Whether it’s for a party, an afternoon snack, or to bond with your children, creative food is fun and a good way to get your picky little eater to try new things. Let’s take a look at some fun snacks that can be made for the class Halloween party or just to have around the home to get in the spirit.

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Apple smiles made with sliced apples, peanut butter and marshmallows.


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White chocolate dipped pretzel ghosts.

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Crescent roll wrapped “mummy dogs”.


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Fun Halloween inspired cake balls.


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Peeled oranges and a celery stalk make perfect, healthy “pumpkins”!

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Marshmallow and candy witches bring ghoulish life to any table.


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Caramel apples are a staple when it comes to Fall treats.


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A little treat to make your skin crawl and your belly rumble. Luckily these cute spiders are edible!

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Rice Krispie treats are easy to make, mold, and color. The possibilities are endless!

This year, try out some fun snacks and your children will be sure to love them! Include them in on a night of fun and baking.

 

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