Bubble, bubble toil and trouble, All Hallows’ Eve is just around the corner, so it’s time to fire up the cauldron and whip up some super spooky Halloween snacks for the little monsters.
From freakish, pea-nutty eyeballs to batty bliss balls and spooky skeleton cookies, these spine-chilling Halloween snacks are as hair-raising as they are dastardly delicious.
The slow-release energy of peanut butter in these eerie eyes are perfect for fuelling up before trick or treating. Chocolate, peanut butter, and honey – what’s not to love?!
OK, we’re cheating a bit, this isn’t really a recipe, more of a ‘buy the ingredients and toss ‘em together’ kind of deal. Ready made cupcakes, pretzels and smarties is all you’ll need.
Up your bliss ball game by turning these treats into mini bats. Nutty and gooey, with chocolate wings, these little delights are frighteningly good.
A spooky, sweet treat that the kids can help create, with no baking involved. The work of mere minutes, perfect for an afternoon snack with a creepy twist.
A little bit science experiment and a whole lots of ghoulish fun, these ghostly meringues are actually adorable. Who you gonna call?
Bring out the gingerbread man cookie cutters early and use them to create spine-chilling skeletons for a spine-tingling Halloween snack.
Three ingredient creepy spiders made of chicken are the ultimate nuggs Halloween makeover. Frozen nuggets or chicken bites are transformed into the ultimate spidey after school snack with some pretzels and candy eyes.