Halloween is just around the corner, and you’re probably scrambling to come up with a cool costume, let alone what snacks to serve at the Halloween party. The kids will be looking for something fun, festive, and quick to satisfy their appetites for all things spooky. We’ve done the work for you—here are 23 easy Halloween snacks that your children will love!
23 Easy Halloween Snacks for Kids
Don’t worry, moms—we’ve got you covered on this one!
From snack mix and brownies to delicious dips and finger foods, find the easy spooky, fun Halloween snacks to serve at your party!
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Yummy Halloween Snacks for Kids
We’ll kick things off with a few of our favorites here and at our sister site, Natural Beach Living. These snacks are delicious, decadent, and loved by kids and adults alike.
These Halloween Oreo Brownies are stacked full of sweetness. They’re not your typical brownies. They’re packed with lots and lots of Oreos for deliciously decadent brownies that are soft and chewy inside with a little crunch on top. Adding frosting and Oreos on top takes them to the next level.
These Peanut Butter Candy Corn Cookies have soft and chewy peanut butter caramel chip cookies with a candy corn decoration on top. They’re decorated to look like the Halloween snack favorite! The flavor of the candy corn really complements the peanut butter and caramel flavors of the cookie.
This caramel apple bite recipe is the perfect Halloween or fall snack for kids and adults. It’s super simple to make with only a few ingredients and gives you exactly what everyone craves during fall.
These Pumpkin Patch Snacks have snack cakes combined with delicious pumpkin candies. The crunchy snack cakes and the soft and chewy candies make an amazing combination that will be sure to please your children’s taste buds. And they are so quick and easy to put together, you’ll be getting them ready in no time!
Fun Halloween Snack Ideas for Kids
Apple and Watermelon Halloween Snack from hellowonderful.co: These ghost and eyeball snacks for Halloween are so quick to make and so fun. They’re a perfect choice for your little trick or treaters if you’re trying to stay away from sugar. Your kids will love how refreshing and delicious these treats taste, and they’re sure to want more. And you won’t feel guilty for indulging them because, hello, it’s fruit!
Halloween Muddy Buddy Snack Mix by tastesofhomemade.com: Turn a classic snack mix into a Halloween-themed treat. The ingredients in these Muddy Buddies bring the salty and sweet flavors together to create a party favorite for all your little monsters.
Ghost Bananas by aliceandlois.com: These Ghost Bananas are always an easy, healthy Halloween snack. Your kids will love them, and you’ll love how simple they are to make. They’re a naturally sweet and spooky snack that the whole family will devour.
Ghost in the Graveyard Pudding Cups by lovebakesgoodcakes.com: These spooky pudding cups are so quick and easy to prepare; they will be ready before you know it! These pudding cups start with chocolate pudding and layered crushed Oreo cookies for the dirt texture. Then your ghost made of candy melts along with some pumpkin candies for embellishment.
Sweet and Salty Halloween Snack Mix by thecountrychiccottage.net: This Sweet and Savory Halloween Snack Mix combines sweet, salty, and savory ingredients in a yummy mix that will satisfy everyone’s cravings whether you’re a kid or an adult. It’s perfect for a Halloween party, and the ingredient list is super simple to follow.
Easy Halloween Treats for School
Halloween Yogurt Bark by forkandbeans.com: This Halloween Yogurt Bark is SO easy to put together. All you need are six ingredients for a delicious, healthy snack that you can make in a short amount of time. This would be great if you’re running around last minute trying to get ready for Halloween. You’ll be able to trick (and treat!) your kids into a healthy snack!
Guacamole Halloween Bats by forkandbeans.com: These chip-and-dip bats are a quick, easy snack to throw together in just minutes! You can put them on your table and let everyone help themselves while you’re getting ready for trick-or-treaters. The flavor combination is so good!
Celery and Peanut Butter Spider Snack by onmykidsplate.com: These Celery and Peanut Butter Spider Snacks are so simple to make that they’re perfect for last-minute Halloween munching! All you need is celery, peanut butter, and raisins—a fun and healthy snack that will make it easy to convince the kids to eat their veggies.
Monster Munch Halloween Snack Mix by happinessishomemade.com: Monster Munch Halloween Snack Mix is quick and easy to put together, but it tastes like your kids have been working hard all day in the kitchen to make it. This one will put a smile on your face while keeping everyone’s tummy happy. Perfect for Halloween movie night with the fam!
Witches Broom Pretzel Stick Snacks by tammileetips.com: Pretzels, licorice, and string cheese are all you need to make these Witch’s Broom Pretzel Stick Snacks. They’re a quick and easy Halloween snack that will be gone before you know it.
Apple Monsters by itsakeeper.com: These Apple Monster Halloween Snacks are a fun way to eat fruit! Your kids will love these cute little monsters, and you’ll love that they’re eating apples, peanut butter, and strawberries at the same time! They take less than 5 minutes to make and are a great after-school snack or treat for parties.
Halloween Snacks to Make
Popcorn Hand Halloween Snack by hunnyimhomediy.com: Grab your popcorn and get ready to make these cute Popcorn Hand Halloween Snacks! They’re easy, tasty, and oh so adorable — perfect for handing out to costumed guests as they arrive at the door or just for a fun little after-school snack.
Mummy Mini Cakes by themomfriend.com: These Mini Mummy Cakes are super simple to put together, and they look so cute! They would be a perfect snack for a Halloween party or when you have kiddos at home who want to eat their cake after dinner! It’s a great way to dress up a packaged snack cake.
Witches Fingers Pretzel Snacks by ourkidthings.com: These Witches Fingers Pretzel Snacks have a fun and festive Halloween look! They are perfect for anywhere you might be having some Halloween party guests over or even just passing out to your kids as a fun after-school snack. The only things you need to make them are pretzel rods, candy melts, sliced almonds, and sprinkles. Can you believe how clever these are?
Chocolate Pretzel Spiderwebs by uniquegifter.com: These Chocolate Pretzel Spiderwebs are a spooky Halloween treat! They’re so easy to put together, but they look like you spent forever on them — which is always a good thing when it comes to party food.
Monster Pizza Bagels by hellowonderful.co: These cute, easy Monster Pizza Bagels are the perfect lunchbox snack or after-school treat. They’re fun to make and even more fun to eat, Halloween-themed or not! Just top your pizza with sauce and cheese, and add veggies and meats to make the monster faces. Voila—you have a monster!
Easy Halloween Snacks
Frankenstein Kiwis by twohealthykitchens.com: These Frankenstein Kiwis are an easy and healthy way to get your kiddos to eat their fruit — at least when they’re in Frankenstein mode! They’ll love these fun little Halloween snacks, and you won’t feel guilty about letting them have one or two.
Spider Halloween Cinnamon Rolls by theinspirationedit.com: These Spider Cinnamon Rolls are the perfect Halloween breakfast! They’re adorable and so easy to make. All you need are cinnamon rolls, pretzel sticks, frosting, and candy eyes—that’s it. Your spider cinnamon rolls will be ready for gobbling up in no time.
Halloween Cake Batter Dip by itsakeeper.com: Make this Halloween Cake Batter Dip, and you’ll feel like a kid again! It’s perfect for enjoying graham crackers, fruit, cookies, or even pretzels at your next party, or even just for an afternoon snack. You certainly can’t beat the fun factor!
Non-Candy Halloween Lunchbox Snacks by sizzlingeats.com: These Non-Candy Halloween Lunchbox Treats are a creative way to get your kids more excited about their lunch without the sugar rush! These cute little treats are not only fun to eat, but they’re also healthy alternatives to candy. And, they’re super easy to make with things like string cheese, tangerines, and Goldfish crackers.
Halloween Snacks for Party
We’ve shared a variety of ways to make your Halloween party food and snacks more fun. Whether it’s by hand or using store-bought ingredients, there are plenty of recipes that will have you feeling like an expert party planner in no time.
The best part is how easy they all are! From Frankenstein Kiwis to Spider Cinnamon Rolls, these treats won’t disappoint (or break the bank).