Halloween Snack Ideas

Halloween is only three days away and you need to come up with some spooky snack ideas for the little monsters in the house or the goblins that are coming over to visit. If you are crunched for time or don’t have any idea what to make, don’t get your bandages in a wad. I have three simple ideas your can do that are not only delicious but healthy too!

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MUMMY PRETZEL STICKS
Chocolate dipped pretzels are always my quick “go to” treat to hand out to the kids. They are easy to make and have several possibilities for any occasion. 
They started out as ghost but then my daughter added more detail and they became mummies. 


-Large Pretzel Rods
-Chocolate Bark.
Melt the chocolate in a glass microwave safe bowl in 30 second increments until melted and smooth.
Dip pretzels into the chocolate and place on wax paper until dried.
Use melted dark chocolate or morsels for the eyes.

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APPLE FALSE TEETH
My daughter wanted to make these when she came over. While I dipped pretzels, she made apple false teeth.
She giggled every time she completed one. Each one came out different and had its own personality. We had some good laughs with these and had fun eating them. They were delicious too!


-Red Apples
-Peanut Butter
-Mini Marshmallows 
Slice apples into wedges and remove any core.
Spread each wedge with peanut butter.
Line one wedge with mini marshmallows and place another wedge on top.

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CLIO SNACK MONSTERS
Clio snacks are chocolate covered Greek yogurt bars that come in a variety of flavors. They now come in “mini” size and are the perfect treat to hand out at parties or showers. They can be left out at room temperature for four hours if they have to. They are also good frozen. They are healthy and taste just like little cheese cakes. So you will love these even if you are not a yogurt fan. 


-Clio Snack Minis
-White Chocolate Bark (they are already covered in dark chocolate).
Melt the chocolate in a glass microwave safe bowl in 30 second increments until melted and smooth.
Dip each bar into the chocolate and place on wax paper until dried.
Use melted dark chocolate or morsels for the eyes.
Hint: Use food coloring to color the melted white chocolate to make different color monsters and decorate to your preference. 

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Are you trick or treating this Halloween or having a Halloween party?
We do not usually hand out candy because of where we are located.
I will usually make little treats like this or small bags of candy to hand out to the kids close by or family.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!!



Cliosnacks can be found in the yogurt section at most Walmarts, Targets and other select stores. 
You can find more flavors and less sugar options on their website at ClioSnacks.com. 
You can also shop online and use code: Lisa10 at checkout and get additional 15% off until the end of November. (10% after that).

8 comments

  1. If we were to do that the GGrands would love it. I like the Mummies , next in line is the Apple teeth, NEAT.
    We are in a retirement (mostly) community here, we have to wait and see if any vist us. Since we are new in the area we will stick to wrapped candy IF any show up.

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  2. These snacks are so fun! I especially love the apple teeth. My kiddos would love those!

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  3. These snacks look great! I'm finding it hard not to grab one from the page. Poor goblins wouldn't stand a chance with me around. Fun ideas!
    Dolly

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    1. I like the snacks too. Must get some and try them.

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  4. Hi Lisa. Those are some very inventive treats. Love the false teeth. We usually have about 250 kids come by for trick or treats. My hubby and I both used to work for the elementary school district so we knew a lot of the kids and they came every year as teen agers and now with kids of their own. We hate to do it but there will be no trick or treating at our house this year. Hopefully next year will be a good one..Stay well..xxoJudy

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  5. These are great snacks for Halloween Lisa. I have made the pretzels rods, but not the others. The false teeth are so funny. We have no trick or treaters, too far out in the country. happy Halloween.

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