This afterschool classic gets a creepy crawly twist for Halloween. Your kids will gobble down this proteinpacked snack so fast you'll think the spiders carried them off the table!
You'll need: Celery sticks, Natural peanut butter, Plastic spiders. Directions: Slice celery sticks crosswise. Fill each stick with peanut butter and arrange on a platter. With few clever placements of sliced cheese and olives, turn a plain piece of toast or pizza into a creepy little mummy snack! Get The Details: Spaceships& Laser Beams 2. Add color and fun to your healthy Halloween snacks with these smiling jackolantern faces carved into navel oranges.
Slice off the tops of the oranges, scoop out the pulp, use a paring knife to cut out jackolantern faces, and Get creative with your savory snacks by mummifying a quesadilla. Cover cheese and other fillings with strips of a tortilla wrap to make it Halloweenapproved. Get the recipe at Kids Activities Blog. Jill Mills is a mom of 3 little boys that love to get crafty in the kitchen. She authors the blog Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons and creates fun food ideas for kids of all sorts including fun ways to get little picky eaters to try new foods.
Her blog encourages kids to get involved with creating their own recipes and having fun in the kitchen. Easy, healthy recipes for supercute Halloween treats, appetizers, snacks and drinks.
Fun ideas from top bloggers, perfect for any Halloween party! Halloween snacks are meant to be munched by the handful, which is why we love this crunchy, spicy, savorysweet snack mix. Wholegrain airpopped popcorn is an excellent filler, adding volume to the mix without upping more sodium