Halloween is such a fun time of year. Kids are running around in fun costumes, you get to see neighbors and family, and there’s unlimited candy. The chocolate is always my weakness! Since Halloween is all about sweet treats, today we have 5 easy Halloween desserts that are perfect for getting your kids helping out in the kitchen!
These desserts are also great as a sweet treat for a balanced lunch. Need lunch or dinner ideas? Check out this 1-week sample meal plan!
Make these easy desserts that both kids and adults will love, and you’ll be the talk of the neighborhood this Halloween! Get creative with these 6 festive Halloween desserts.
These no-bake witches hat cookies are the perfect way to get your kids to help with the Halloween preparation. Send these in your children’s lunch boxes as a special treat, and make a batch to keep at the house for guests and trick-or-treaters! These only require 3 ingredients and minimal prep time.
Your kids will love drawing faces on these ghost cookies. These are so much better than store-bought cookies! If you’re child is nut-free, make sure to use your favorite seed butter instead. Even though some of the faces may be scary on these cookies, I promise the taste isn’t anything to be scared of–they’re delicious!
3. Homemade Paleo Reeses Cups from Bravo for Paleo
Reeses Cups are probably one of the most famous candies, but now you can make your own that are tasty and healthier! All you have to do is melt and freeze. Your kids and all your guests will love them!
4. Frozen “Boo”-nana Pops from Skinnytaste
Want your kid to eat more fruit? Cover it in chocolate and I promise it’ll work! These adorable “Boo”-nana Pops are a healthier treat perfect for the spooky Halloween season. And only 3 ingredients? I’m in!
5. Pumpkin Krispies Treats from Yummy Healthy Easy
Everyone loves a crispy, sweet Rice Krispies, but now you can make your own and make it festive! This cute pumpkin treats are simple to make with only a handful of ingredients. Let the kids roll up the treats into pumpkins!
Check back for more Halloween ideas next week here at MOMables.com!