With Halloween coming up, we have started planning those all fun Halloween parties. One of the most important features to any party is of course the food. For a children friendly, spooky Halloween party check out these child friendly, spooktastic treats.
1. Monster Mouths
These Halloween treats look brilliant and are healthy at the same time, which is a nice change when Halloween is normally a sugary night!
2. Witchy Fingers
These are actually peperammi sausage rolls, which look amazing and are sure to taste pretty great too.
3. Crispy Pumpkins
These are crazily easy to make but look absolutely brilliant. These orange rice krispie pumpkins will look brilliant at any Halloween party.
4. Monster Burgers
These burgers are brilliant, with cheesy spikey teeth and bacon tongues, they look funny and will make a great Halloween supper.
5. Spider Cake Pops
These cake pops with sweetie legs look spooktastically creepy. They are simple to make and will be a great table party treat.
6. Tin Of Worms
This is the easiest Halloween treat, just use a bag of sweetie worms and make some chocolatey ‘mud’ to create this wiggling pile of worms.
7. Veggie Skeleton
If you want to inject this sweet celebration with a bit of nutrition, then why not create this amazing spooky veggie skeleton with plenty of veggies.
8. Stuffed Pumpkin Pepper
This is a cool tea time Halloween meal, carving out a pepper in the style of a pumpkin and filling with scary looking ingreidants like mince.
9. Witch Hats
These are so easy to create with a biscuit and chocolate covered ice cream cone onto. These are so easy and look so cool.
10. Hidden Bat Cake
Hide the scary surprise in a gorgeous looking cake with a bat when you cut through it. All topped off with chocolaty, orange Halloween decorations.
11. Broom Bread Sticks
Use the childhood favourite cheese strings to create the brush on the end of a broomstick, with a break stick or pretzel at the end for a tasty, witchy savoury Halloween treat.
12. Vampire Cookies
These vampire cookie sandwiches are not only incredible looking with the long fangs but also look irresistibly tasty, with cookies and marshmallows.
13. Web Pancakes
Put your pancake batter in a squeezy bottle and draw out a spiders web for a spooky breakfast to celebrate Halloween with the kiddies.
14. Gingerbread Skeletons
These are always fun, as you can get the kids involved to decorate these biscuit favourites. These can be made into skeletons, half eaten men or anything else you like.
15. Hot Chocolate Monster
Finish the whole night off with a piping hot chocolate with marshmallow monster eyes floating in it.
Hope you have a Happy Halloween!