Halloween Party Snacks

Halloween is just around the corner! Are you looking for cute Halloween treats to make for work or for your child’s Halloween party at school? Look no further! Check out these spooky snacks that are not only easy to make, but fun to eat as well! We’ve found 3 treats that are guaranteed to be a Halloween hit!

Witch Hat Cookies

Fudge Stripe Cookies
Orange Icing, or Vanilla Icing and Orange Food Dye
Hershey’s Kisses

1. Take fudge stripe cookie and flip upside down, with chocolate coated bottom facing up
2. Outline the inside circle of the underside of cookie with orange frosting
3. Press Hershey’s kiss into the icing, covering the center hole
**Tip: To outline the cookie’s circle with icing easily, spoon icing into one corner of sandwich sized Ziploc bag, then make a small snip in the same corner – squeeze bag to eject icing.


Apple Marshmallow Vampire Teeth

Red apples
Peanut butter







1. Slice apples thick enough to resemble lips
2. Spread a thin layer of peanut butter onto one side of each apple slice
3. Place 4-6 marshmallows in between 2 apple slices, using the peanut butter as ‘glue’ to hold them together.


Skeleton Bones

Pretzel sticks
Mini marshmallows
White chocolate/Almond bark

1. Push a marshmallow on each end of the pretzel stick, and set aside on a plate
2. Break the white chocolate/almond bark into pieces and fill a bowl with however much chocolate you want to have melted
3. Place the bowl into the microwave and follow heating directions as labeled on the back of the packaged almond bark
**Do not over-heat the bark; consistency should be very smooth
3. Once the chocolate is melted, one at a time, toss the pretzel bone into the bowl of melted almond bark
4. Use a fork to cover the bone fully, lift out of the bowl and slightly shake from side-to-side, to let the excess drip off
5. Grab a flat pan or plate and cover it with a piece of wax paper or tin foil
5. Place each bone on the covered pan/plate, to set
6. To harden quicker, place pan/plate into the fridge
**It shouldn’t take longer than 30 minutes for the bones to set and harden


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