Halloween is just days away, so many of us are still scrambling to get our plans together for the holiday. With all the precautions to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, trick-or-treating may not be in the cards for all of our kids this year. If you are among the families that have decided to forgo the door-to-door tradition for a small, responsible get together, we’re here with some adorably spooky snacks to serve to your guests while celebrating the holiday together.
When it comes to party snacks, you can’t go wrong with the classic sandwich cookie! Positively Splendid has an absolutely adorable way to dress up your cookies as spooky little spiders this Halloween. All you need for this delicious project is sandwich cookies, pretzel sticks, candy corn, marshmallows and black frosting.
Looking for a more healthy alternative to cookies and candies this Halloween? Why not dress up some delicious fruits as a snack instead? Learn how to turn bananas and mandarins into super cute little ghosts and pumpkins from this great walkthrough over on Key Ingredient.
Who doesn’t love dipped pretzels? If you’d like to turn that bag of plain pretzel twists into a savory and sweet Halloween snack, look no further. The Spruce Eats provides all the details on how to make your very own pumpkin pretzel treats.
If you need to balance out your spread with a more savory option, cheese can help round out your snacks. The Decorated Cookie shares a unique way to turn Babybels (or any small, wax coated cheese snacks) into cutesy little monsters or Jack O'Lanterns. Good luck getting all these ready without eating a few yourself. Yummy!
For another healthy alternative to candies, cookies, and overly sugary treats, check out these apple monsters! Beyond apples being a good source of vitamins and fiber, they are also a symbol of the fall season. It is A Keeper has shared this super sweet snack idea for your Halloween festivities.
For those of you that pride yourself with going above and beyond, we have one final treat for your Halloween snack spread. If you love candy bark, Fork and Bean has provided a great recipe for creating some of the monster variety. As an added bonus, it’s also a vegan-friendly recipe. It’s so delicious, it may not even make it to the big evening’s festivities. Don’t worry, we won’t judge.