Halloween is coming soon, and the time left will fly by very fast. If you are preparing for a kids’ party on this day, you’ll need some scary and tasty treats for kids. What’s the difference between adult and kid Halloween desserts, you’ll say? That’s easy: kids’ ones aren’t that spooky as adult ones, they don’t contain any alcohol and are mostly healthy – as much as it’s possible for desserts. Let’s have a look at some quick recipes that you can realize at home.
These Dracula Cupcakes are frighteningly cute for Halloween. These desserts will definitely take some time to decorate, but they are show stoppers. They look spectacular on a food table. Plus they are very filling so there’s really no need to serve any other dessert to your party guests.
These chewy fudgey spider brownie bites are made with ingredients that are similar to the popular layered magic cookie bars. This is one recipe where it helps to use a food processor, or a mini food chopper, to decrease your prep time. The cookie crumbs can be made in minutes by giving store-bought shortbread cookies a whirl in the machine, and you can also use it to quickly chop up the pecans.
These super cute meringue ghost lollies are the perfect Halloween treat for your little monsters! After all these really are the best last-minute treat and perfect for parties as you can let the kids go crazy decorating them.
Halloween themed rice krispie squares are so fun to make! They are also peanut free, making them school friendly. So a day that you have free reign to eat all the chocolate and candies you want, without anyone judging you?
These fun googly eyes cupcakes will be loved by everyone! They’re super easy to make, moist, chocolatey, and spooky. Perfect for the days festivities! The purpose of these is to have fun, make them with your kids. Let them put the decorations on the cupcakes and even let them frost them.
Chocolate covered pretzels, candy, eyes, and sprinkles give these Peanut Butter Cup Spider Cookies a fun look. Great Halloween treat for parties. Spiders made of chocolate and peanut butter are the only ones that will ever be allowed to crawl on your hands!
Halloween treats just got a cuter with these chocolate cookies-n-cream mini bat cupcakes! Moist mini chocolate cupcakes are frosted with a lip-smacking cookies –n – cream frosting and topped with adorable Oreo cookie bats! Take them to your next Halloween party. They are guaranteed to be hit!
Mummy pretzel bites are white chocolate covered pretzel snaps with royal icing eyeballs that stare through to your soul; a sweet and salty, trouble-free, tasty, Halloween mummy treat.
Your kids will love these cute Halloween spider cupcakes! Rich chocolate cakes, thick fudge frosting, adorable little faces – and they’re vegan, gluten free, oil free and refined sugar free. They’re almost too cute to eat!
These Chocolate Pear Ghosts are the perfect fun activity to do with kids of all ages as they aren’t too difficult. Team work really is called for when holding the pears upright whilst the dark chocolate is setting and the other person carries on dipping the pears!
Peanut butter pudding cookie monsters – this easy peanut butter cookie recipe has pudding mix in the dough to keep them soft. The base of the peanut butter cookie dough is, of course, peanut butter, but also the best thing in the world for cookies: butter.