1) Spooky Spiders

Mix peanut butter, honey, rolled oats, shredded coconut, vanilla extract, and cocoa powder. Roll the mixture into little balls and decorate them with mini pretzels and raisins to make them look like spiders.

2) Silly Monster Apple Bites

You can get creative with this recipe and swap in things you already have. Get your kids involved for a fun, silly Halloween snack.

3) “Spooky” Cinnamon Sugar Flour Tortilla Crisps

Use a bat-shaped cookie cutter to cut shapes out of a regular flour tortilla. You could also opt for whole wheat tortillas.

4) Witch Pumpkin Yogurt Bites

The best part is these are made with clean, healthy ingredients. Pumpkin puree, yogurt, and a little sprinkling of cinnamon sugar is all you need to make these toddler-friendly yogurt bites.

5) Ghost Fruit Kabobs

Grab whatever fruit you have on hand – strawberries and cantaloupe are pictured here – and slide them onto wooden skewers. Draw some eyes and a mouth on your marshmallows (use a black food coloring marker), and you have a very spooky treat.


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