Marshmallow Mummies: These little cuties are so easy to make and look adorable on the party table! They're a big hit with the kiddos, too!
To create, melt some white chocolate chips and pour into ziploc bag. Snip a tiny hole in the corner of the bag, then drizzle over giant Campfire marshmallows. Use a dot of the chocolate to secure edible candy eyeballs to your mummies.
Secure on the top of paper straws and display by pushing the straws into styrofoam.
Witch and Frankenstein Jello Push-Up Pops: We served these at a recent Boo Bash and the kiddos loved them!
Push-up Pops are all the rage right now, so I decided to give them a unique twist. I decorated the outsides of push-up pop containers to resemble witches and Frankenstein monsers (get the how-to here), then filled the containers with green Jello.
I used the push-up discs from extra containers and secured them to the bottom of the sticks so the pops would stand on their own.
A little tip from me to you: I learned while doing this that the Jello leaks from the bottom of the containers before it sets. I suggest placing the pops on a lined cookie sheet to catch the drips.
Cheese and Pretzel Broomsticks: I saw these broomsticks online and decided to put my own spin on them.
I used full size pretzel rods (cut in half) and mozzarella cheese sticks (also cut in half) to create these goodies.
I used a knife to hollow out one end of the cheese stick and inserted the pretzel rod. Then I cut slits in the cheese to resemble brooom bristles.
While it worked, I think next time I would use slices of white American cheese and wrap it around the pretzels, securing with chives, like in the tutorial.
Whichever way you choose, these treats are a must to make!
Monster Veggie Cups: If you want to serve a healthy snack that the kids will actually eat, this is the munchie for you!
Simple 5 oz. shot glasses were wrapped with crepe paper, then turnd into "monsters" with a googly eye.
We put a little squirt of ranch dressing in the bottom of each glass, then filled with celery sticks that doubled as monster hair.
Halloween Snack Mix: This has to be one of the easiest Halloween party foods ever!
Seriously, just open some packages and dump them in a bowl!
For a good Halloween-colored mix, we used bite-sized Oreos, Goldfish, candy corn, and popcorn, but feel free to get creative and make your own mixes!
Serve them in DIY paper cones or ice cream cones for a fun touch.
Trix Monsters: Ok, these little guys are positively adorable and super easy to make!
Use the same recipe that you would for Rice Krispy treats, but use Trix cereal instead. Then use an ice cream scoop or large cookie dough scoop (sprayed with nonstick spray, if desired) to scoop balls of the mix onto a tray lined with wax paper.
Once they've set, use a dab of frosting to secure edible candy eyeballs to your creatures. So cute!
Sunflower Seed Monsters: If you're looking for a fun way to jazz up a simple snack, this is a great way to to it!
Simply add some eyeball ping pong balls and some candy sticks to any candy/snack dish and you've got an instant Halloween treat!
We used chocolate covered sunflower seeds, but this could also work for M and M's, raisins, or even gumballs for a candy buffet!
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