Let them eat snake! Pepperoni and poppy seeds give our serpentine snacks distinctive markings. These clever snacks are created by wrapping refrigerated breadstick dough around bamboo skewers. Ssss-imple!
This swarm of edible insects may look too repulsive to eat, but their various parts -- nutritious goodies, such as dates, raisins, banana chips, and apricots -- make them delightfully sweet.
For each bug, start with a dried fruit body as noted, then add various parts by pushing them into place. If needed, use a toothpick or paring knife to first make small holes or slits.
Bug-eyed Spider - Body: whole date; Legs: chow mein noodles; Eyes: white chocolate chips
Tiny Flies - Bodies: raisins; Wings: almond slices
Monster Fly - Body: whole date; Legs: chow mein noodles; Eyes: sunflower seeds; Wings: banana chips
Orange Creepers - Bodies: apricots; Legs: sunflower seeds; Antennae: chow mein noodles
These savory snacks are as filling as they are adorable. Perch them on a platter for a surefire hit -- and a hoot!
Give this lunchtime favorite a Halloween makeover with a ghost-shape cookie cutter. Little ones can help punch out the shape and add spooked raisin eyes.
Your little goblins will love snacking on these little ghosts. These adorable fruit snacks are a perfect afternoon nibble or even a healthy addition to breakfast or lunch.
Packed with protein and fiber these easy-to-prep, no-bake candies are as delicious as they are adorable. For a nut-free version, use sunflower seed butter.
Fresh fruit and yogurt combine for a fun take on the iconic Halloween candy. Any yellow or orange fruit will do the trick, so use whatever varieties your family prefers.
Serve these savory bites -- made with a kid-friendly combo of cheese and crackers -- and watch them disappear in a blink of the eye. For each, halve a mozzarella ball and place one half on a round cracker (we used melba toast). Add veins, using thinly sliced roasted red bell pepper, as shown, and a black olive slice for the pupil.
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