Halloween is on its way, which means it’s time to think about fun Halloween treats, and we have gathered the best Halloween treats just for you! Some of them are sweet, others offer fruit and non-candy variations, but all of them are perfect for Halloween trays, fun after-school snacks, or as edible Halloween party decorations. You can choose from chocolate peanut butter protein ball spiders, easy Halloween mummy apple hand pies, Halloween fruit cups, low carb strawberry margarita gummy worms, tasty zombie brains, easy spooky Halloween monster popcorn, non-candy Halloween treats for kids, and more. Have fun & Happy Halloween, friends!
These tiny Frankenstein kiwis are absolutely cute and also vegetarian, and healthy Halloween treats ready in a couple of minutes. You’ll need only three ingredients and follow a few simple instructions. If you make them ahead of time, wait to add the mouth and bolts to your Frankensteins until closer to party time. Serve and enjoy!
You’ll be in love with these little chocolate peanut butter protein ball spiders. They’te surprisingly easy to make, taste delicious and are a healthy treat for kids instead of junk food. Gather the ingredients and follow the instructions. Refrigerate them at least 10 minutes before eating. They can keep in the fridge for up to two weeks. Serve and enjoy!
Ready in 40 minutes, these easy Halloween mummy apple hand pies are delicious and quick Halloween treats loved by kids and adults. Just follow the cooking instructions, bake, and decorate. They taste best for up to 2-3 hours after baking them (are super crispy), then they will start to turn soft. In terms of flavors, they will keep for up to 2-3 days. Store them in a tightly closed container. Serve and enjoy!
Quick and simple to make these healthy Halloween pretzel spiders are ready in just 15 minutes, and your kids will love them! Gather the ingredients and follow the step-by-step cooking instructions. Plus, they keep very well, so you can store them for a couple of days in the fridge. Serve and enjoy!
Fun to make and delicious, you’ll love these chocolate Halloween pretzel rods. Combine colors and sprinkles, and let the kids join in. They can make a bit of a mess, so our tip is line a cookie sheet with wax paper and a wire cooling rack. That way, you’ll contain all the drizzles and sprinkles and makes for a quick clean up. Gather the needed ingredients and follow the instructions. Let them dry, serve, and enjoy!
These Halloween fruit cups are a cute, easy idea perfect for bringing a healthy prepackaged snack to school that’s as cute as homemade treats. Gather the needed ingredients and follow the instructions. These Halloween fruit cups make an adorable pumpkin patch that your child can help make. Serve and enjoy!
Ready in 30 minutes, this delicious Halloween cookie pizza with spooky spiderwebs is all you need for a perfect Halloween celebration. Plus, it’s so easy to make – gather the ingredients, follow the instructions, bake, and decorate. Use a pizza cutter and a spatula to cut and serve your Halloween cookie pizza. You’ll be amazed by the final result!
Delicious and super easy to make, these low carb strawberry margarita gummy worms are so tasty, so it’ll be hard to stop at one serving. They’re perfectly sweet, boozy, and silly all at once. Plus, you can store in the refrigerator for up to a week. Follow the instructions, and refrigerate them for 10 to 15 minutes until set. Pop the gummy worms out of the mold, serve, and enjoy!
These tasty zombie brains are not just any chocolate brains, but orange cream-filled chocolate brains. They’re absolutely cute and perfectly sweet. Your job is only to follow the instructions and pop them into the fridge to let the last of the chocolate harden. Then your tiny tasty zombie brains are ready to serve. Enjoy!
Fully edible and super simple to make, these marzipan spiders are incredibly adorable and 100% kid-approved for Halloween. Just follow the step-by-step instructions, and once all the legs are inserted, the spiders are ready to serve, Or you can keep them in a container in the fridge until you’re ready to eat them. Enjoy!
Fun to make and eat, this Halloween chocolate bark is a perfect spin on a typical Christmas tradition and such a cute idea for Halloween treat. Gather the ingredients and follow the cooking instructions. Allow it to cool in the fridge, preferably overnight. Use a knife to cut your bark into pieces. Serve it in chunks or in treat bags. Enjoy!
If you’re looking for super easy Halloween treats to make, you’ve got to make this easy spooky Halloween monster popcorn. You’ll need just a few store-bought ingredients, 10 minutes of your time, and you’ll have a tasty Halloween treat. Follow the instructions, allow to cool completely, serve, and enjoy!