Top 5 Online Fast & Easy Halloween Treats You Can Make With Your Kids

Our lives are super busy and it can be hard to find time to create cute and tasty treats for Halloween. I have spent hours scouring the web for the best & easiest treats you can make in under an hour and your kids can help, too. One of my favorite things about Halloween is making yummy things with my boys, even though we don’t have much time to do them. 

halloween-11.) Vampire Teeth Cookies: All you need is some store-bought chocolate chip cookies, frosting tinted red with food coloring, and mini marshmallows to make these terrifying treats! 



2.) Pumpkin Krispies: Everyone loves Rice Krispy Treats. Follow the recipe on the back of any Rice Krispy cereal box, adding orange food coloring to the melted marshmallows. Then, shape into pumpkins while the mixture is still warm.


3.) Halloween Bark: It looks like you spent all day in the kitchen, but this recipe is super simple. Buy white or milk chocolate candy melts at any crafts store. Spread halloween-3the melted chocolate on a sheet pan lined with parchment or wax paper. Then, add your favorite Halloween candy! Some suggestions: candy corn, Halloween Oreos – crushed, M&M’s, Pretzels or sprinkles. For an added touch of terror, purchase the candy eyes found in any store that carries cake decorating supplies.


4.) Hot Dog Mummies: For something savory, try these cute hot dogs. All you need arehalloween-4 hot dogs and refrigerated biscuit dough. Clip strips of the dough to wrap around the hot dog. Bake in the oven till golden brown. Add eyes for an extra spooky effect!


halloween-55.) Cheese Eyeballs: Create these creepy snacks with mini cheese rounds and slices of black and green olives. Use a cake/cookie decorating pen to drawn the red veins on the eyes.



Try some of these spine-tingling treats at your next party or to make your Halloween festive! 



Sarah E. Pearsall received her MFA in creative writing from Florida International University. She and her family moved to the Tampa Bay area in May of 2015 from West Palm Beach, FL and is currently a writing instructor at the University of South Florida and a freelance food writer. Mom to two delightfully unique boys, one on the autism spectrum, Sarah is deeply passionate about autism awareness and education. As a special needs homeschooling family, Sarah hopes to bring her experiences as a mom to her writing and share them with others going through the same things.