Halloween Snacks for Kids (that Parents Will Love Too)
Trick or treat! You’ll get a bit of both with these kid-favorite Halloween recipes. These easy Halloween snacks for kids are perfect for parties or for after-school bites. We have you covered—from savory options to the sweetest of the sweet, your little ones will devour these festive Halloween snacks. A few of these recipes require some assembly, and a few involve baking, dipping, or grilling. All together, they make a killer Halloween spread that the whole family will love snacking on. (The kids will love them so much that they’ll probably be requesting them long after Halloween is over.) Happy Halloween! Let’s get to snacking.
Recipe: Witches' Hats
This easy, snackable dessert is made from shortbread cookies and a chocolate kiss.
Mini Pumpkin Cakes
Recipe: Mini Pumpkin Cakes
Pumpkin cake will please even the pickiest of eaters, and the fam is sure to love these cakes, which are actually shaped like pumpkins.
Crème-Filled Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
Halloween snacks don’t get any more festive than these cute-as-can-be sandwich cookies.
Recipe: Caramel Apples
Classic caramel apples are always a crowd pleaser.
Pumpkin Streusel Muffins
Recipe: Pumpkin Streusel Muffins
These pumpkin muffins are delicious at breakfast or as an afternoon snack.
Caramel-Peanut-Popcorn Snack Mix
Recipe: Caramel-Peanut-Popcorn Snack Mix
Little ones will grab handful after handful of this festive caramel-peanut-popcorn mix.
Pumpkin-Orange-Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
Oatmeal cookies are always a favorite snack. Make them Halloween-ready by adding pumpkin, orange, and chocolate chip flavors.
Recipe: Pumpkin-Chocolate Brownies
Indulge a little—it is Halloween, after all.
Recipe: Cereal-and-Granola "Apples"
This festive snack makes the classic caramel apple a little more fun with a chocolate-drizzled, crisp rice-marshmallow mixture.
Sugar-and-Spice Caramel Popcorn
Recipe: Sugar-and-Spice Caramel Popcorn
Sugar and spice and everything nice…including caramel!
Recipe: Pumpkin Cookies
Put a bit of jack-o-lantern fun into your family’s holiday snacking.
Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread
Watch the Video: Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread
We can’t wait for fall just so that we can mix up a batch of this delicious, family-favorite pumpkin bread.
Peanut Butter-Chocolate Acorns
So cute. So simple. The kids will love these treats.
Recipe: Monster Eyes
Spice up classic sausage-and-cheese balls with monster eyes—a.k.a. olives, which are easy to take out if the kids are picky eaters.
Recipe: Trash Mix
Trick or treat! You’ll get both with this super snackable mix.
Recipe: Pumpkin Roll
Bake up a sweet snack with this easy, seasonal recipe.
Southern-Style Caramel Apples
Recipe: Southern-Style Caramel Apples
Chewy and crisp, this snack will keep kids occupied all afternoon.
Pumpkin Pie Cutout Cookies
Recipe: Pumpkin Pie Cutout Cookies
Take your favorite pumpkin pie and put it in cookie form with this tasty recipe.
Chocolate Ghost Cakes
Recipe: Pumpkin Fudge
Pumpkins, pumpkins everywhere—including in this delicious fudge.
Recipe: Candy Apples
Sneak your kids an apple a day with these sweet treats.
Easy Owl-Ween Treats
Adorn a Moon Pie with Oreos, M&Ms, sprinkles, and candy corn for a personalized treat. Finish with a dowel to make it portable!
White Meringue Ghosts
Recipe: White Meringue Ghosts
These spooky treats double as Halloween decor.
Deep-Fried Candy Corn
Watch: Deep-Fried Candy Corn
Take your candy corn up a notch with this holiday recipe.
Pumpkin Patch Cheese Balls
Recipe: Pumpkin Patch Cheese Balls
The whole family will enjoy these cheesy pumpkin-shaped treats.
Recipe: Weiner Worms
These hot dog strips are grilled to look like worms. The kids will flip.
Recipe: Triple Gingersnappers
Throw it back to Halloweens past with crisp gingersnap cookies.
Recipe: Pecan Pralines
Make the most of the year’s pecans with these melt-in-your-mouth pralines. Bonus points if you and the kids picked up the pecans yourselves.
Recipe: Pecan-Pumpkin Bread
Make their Halloween snacks flavorful and filling with this festive, seasonal recipe.