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We are looking forward to the treats that Halloween brings us this month. So we are super excited to share with you our top Halloween party food ideas for your kids (and grown ups) to enjoy! These spooky delights are sure to bring you lots of fun and we cant wait to see what you cook up this Halloween. 💀👻🎃

Food ideas for a children’s party

Bringing a range of food ideas for a children’s party to the table can be tough. We know that every kid is different, so we have pulled together the ideal Halloween party food list for your children’s party. All with a spooky twist they are sure to engage your little ones into giving any food a try (which is half the battle)! They wont even notice that some of these recipes pack in some healthy vegetables for your children to try, perfect for baby led weeding.

Spooky Graveyard Pudding

This is no trick, you are going to LOVE these chocolate mousse pots, one of my perfect Halloween Party Food ideas for kids. They are easy to make, really delicious and great for kids of all ages. You can also make the mousse into yummy chocolate ice pops a recipe for teething babies too 💀👻🎃

Read the recipe here: Spooky Graveyard Pudding

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Halloween Garlic Mushrooms

You’ve probably found this recipe because you are looking for healthy Halloween food ideas but keep finding the same 3 recipe for oranges that look like pumpkins, hot dogs that look like mummies, and some version of spooky pizza. Welcome to something a little different!

Read the recipe here: Halloween Garlic Mushrooms

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Coconut Boonanas

If you’ve been on Pinterest Boonanas are everywhere. Usually they are a straight banana with chocolate chips, so this coconut version is my take on this.

Read the Recipe on My Kid Licks the Bowl : Coconut Boonanas

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Stuffed Baby Pumpkins

Cooked in the oven, the flesh from these mini-pumpkins transforms into a sweet delicious meal that can only be described as the most quintessential autumnal food you will ever eat. Yes, they also make fantastic mini-lanterns but trust me when I say to cook them!

Read the recipe here: Stuffed Baby Pumpkins

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DIY Halloween Candy

Want to make some cute DIY Halloween candy?  This Halloween Ghost Chocolate Bark is oh so spooky and perfect for both entertaining and gifting.

Read the Recipe on Mom Foodie : DIY Halloween Candy

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Chocolate Cookies

They are coconutty (if that’s a word), milk chocolatey and crunchy, the way a perfect cookie should be. They also are full of healthy goodness like cocao, dates and buckwheat flour and on top of all that are dairy free (although you can add real butter if you want to of course).

Read the recipe here: Chocolate Cookies

Creepy Witches Finger Cookies

Are you ready for your Halloween Treats or Tricks! With these creepy Witches’ fingers, you can really up your Halloween party food game! These cookies are delicious so we know they will be a huge hit with your little ones. Plus, they will look so convincing (and very, very creepy!) on your Halloween Party table, they won’t know if it’s a Halloween Treat or Trick! Don’t forget to dip in blooood!!!!!!!

Read the recipe here: Creepy Witches Fingers Cookies

How to make quick and easy Mummy cupcakes for Halloween - fun kids party food idea

Easy Halloween Mummy Cupcakes

These fun chocolate mummy cupcakes are super easy to make with no special equipment needed to decorate them – just fill a disposable piping bag (or plastic freezer bag) with buttercream icing, snip off the ends and pipe on the mummy bandages! I used large edible candy eyes for my mummy cupcakes but if you can’t find them, just pipe on dots of icing and top them with chocolate chips for the eyes.

Read the Recipe on Eats Amazing: Easy Halloween Mummy Cupcakes

Green Eyed Smoothie

Make a green smoothie. The top with granola for hair, dried fruit (like cranberries or raisins) for eyes, and mini marshmallows for funny teeth. The kids will need to eat the face with a spoon (it would get stuck in a straw!), but it’s a really fun idea to do together.

Read the Recipe on Yummy Toddler Food: Green Eyed Smoothie

Witches Broomsticks

These Witches Broomsticks are a super healthy Halloween themed snack for kids, made with carrot and sweet mini peppers. 

Read the Recipe on Healthy Little Foodies: Witches Broomstick

Frankenstein Smoothie

Halloween doesn’t have to be all about the candy. This Frankenstein Smoothie Bowl is both fun and healthy!

Read the Recipe on Healthy Little Foodies: Frankenstein Smoothie Bowl

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Halloween Corn of the Dead

If you are looking for Halloween party recipes, then these delicious Halloween corn of the dead ribs are scaringly perfect for you. They are really easy to make and when served with a creepy skull they look very spooky and festive at your Halloween party💀👻🎃

Read the recipe here: Halloween Corn of the Dead

Sausage Mummies

These Sausage Mummies will make a really fun addition to a kids Halloween party. You just need some sausages, pastry and edible eyes!

Read the Recipe on My Fussy Eater : Sausage Mummies

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Meringue Ghosts

Cute little meringue ghost cookies for Halloween. They are also a great recipe to make with kids at Halloween and are guaranteed to keep them busy in the kitchen for at least an hour! Well, it’s one hour out of a lot of hours to fill.

Read the recipe here: Meringue Ghosts

Halloween Pancakes

These Halloween Pancakes are a fun and easy breakfast to enjoy at Halloween. Simply changing the shape or adding a little extra detail can take your regular pancakes to a whole new spooky level!

Read the Recipe on Healthy Little Foodies : Halloween Pancakes

Favorite Pumpkin Oatmeal Muffins

Make these healthy (and so easy) Pumpkin Oatmeal Muffins to share with the kids for breakfast or snack—with or without chocolate chips!

Read the Recipe on Yummy Toddler Food : Favourite Pumpkin Oatmeal Muffins

Bat Blood Smoothie

Bat Blood Smoothie! A fun and healthy snack for kids that’s perfect for Halloween! It looks pretty spooky but it’s packed full of super nutritious ingredients that will help to keep your kids healthy and happy! 

Read the Recipe on My Fussy Eater : Bat Blood Smoothie

Chocolate Spider Web Cookies

A simple chocolate oat cookie with a marshmallow spun spider web topping. The perfect sweet treat for Halloween!

Read the Recipe on My Fussy Eater : Chocolate Spider Web Cookies

Spooky Spider Rice Cakes

These delicious spooky spiders are a fun and scary treat for your little one’s Halloween party. Super easy to make, they’re the perfect junk free Halloween treat!

Read the Recipe on My Fussy Eater : Spooky Spider Rice Cakes

Halloween Pumpkin Themed Cupcake

These quick pumpkin themed cupcakes with Jack O’Lantern faces make a great fun and easy Halloween baking recipe for kids!

Read the Recipe on Eats Amazing : Halloween Pumpkin Themed Cupcake

Fig and Raisin Spiders

These cute fig and raisin spiders make a great fun and healthy Halloween snack for kids – perfect for spider themed Halloween party food!

Read the Recipe on Eats Amazing : Fig and Raisin Spiders

Easy Mummy Halloween Pizza

These fun and easy mummy themed Halloween pizzas make a great spooky snack, party food or teatime treat for kids!

Read the Recipe on Eats Amazing : Easy Mummy Halloween Pizza

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Pumpkin Baby Amazeballs

Pumpkin and chocolate might not be a combination you think would go well together, but I promise you it is delicious. These little balls of goodness are just that – full of goodness. Pumpkin is really high in beta-carotene which the body converts to Vitamin A (great for eyes). It is also a really good source of Vitamin C, is high in iron and magnesium too as well as many other vitamins and minerals.

Read the recipe here: Pumpkin Amazeballs

Chocolate Swamp Monsters

I’m all about minimum effort, minimum ingredients and maximum results. If you’re having a Halloween party, or attending one, I guarantee no-one will be able to resist these cute little monsters.

Read the Recipe on Kids Gredients : Chocolate Swap Monsters

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