Kid Friendly Halloween Treats

A Roundup of the Best Ever Halloween Treats for Kids (Big and Little)


When I was a kid, Halloween was my favorite holiday. I know I’m not alone in this. It’s a holiday pretty much devoted to dressing up in costumes and eating candy until your stomach hurts. What’s not to like? But I also remember how my parents struggled with coming up with fun activities for entertain my friends and me during Halloween parties. We decorated pumpkins, wrapped each other up like mummies with rolls of toilet paper, and went Trick-or-Treating, of course. If you’re looking for a way to get the kids involved this Halloween or for something to keep them busy during their Halloween parties, check out all these cute kid-friendly Halloween desserts!


Gingerdead Cookies from Kailley’s Kitchen

These skeleton gingerbread cookies, shown in our main image, are too cute (the name alone got our attention), plus decorating them gives the kids a chance to use their imagination – or what they learned in science class!



Homemade Candy Bracelets from Fork and Beans

We LOVE these darling homemade candy bracelets! Just keep in mind that these babies take some preparation ahead of time. And while you are on this site, peruse a bit. Blogger Cara is amazingly creative.


spooky spritz

Spooky Spider Chocolate Spritz Cookies from Bake Love Give

Got a cookie press lying around? Chances are there’s a Halloween extension pack you can get to make these spooky spider cookies. We had never seen spritz spider cookies before. Love the Halloween sprinkles as a finishing touch!



Monster Brownie Cookies from Cupcakes and Kale Chips

Brianne’s blog is becoming a favorite of ours; we seem to always find something interesting and fun. These are perfect for kids – even the really little ones can get in the act. So quick and easy to make – you won’t lose your little baking companion’s interest.



Halloween Krispy Treats from Cupcake Diaries

A kid’s party wouldn’t be a kid’s party without some kind of Rice Krispy treat, right? These Halloween inspired ones are easy and a great change from the classic.



Pumpkin Graveyard Dirt Cups from Happy Food Healthy Life

I thought dirt pudding was the most magical thing as a child, and apparently I’m not the only kid who thought that. The pumpkin in this recipe gives these dirt cups a unique Halloween twist!


Oreo Mummy pops

White Chocolate Dipped Oreo Mummy Pops from Like Mother Like Daughter

I am totally obsessed with this spooky sweet treat – Oreo Mummy Pops! I’m sure the kids will get a kick out of dipping these in chocolate and sticking the eyes on.



Halloween Candy Bark from I Heart Eating

Blogger Kate likes to eat and so do we! This fun Halloween bark screams kiddie chaos to me (in a good way) Just let them sprinkle all those candies on there. Plus, they get to smash it into pieces once it’s cool.



Apple Peanut Butter Teeth from Mom Foodie

Looking for a healthier alternative to all that candy? Check out these vampire-inspired fruity sweet treats. The kids will have a blast picking those marshmallows off and eating them one by one.


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Pumpkin Spice Hi-Hat Cupcakes from Beyond Frosting

These adorable pumpkin cupcakes might be a little too labor-intensive for younger kids, but they can certainly help with the frosting, dipping, decorating, and eating!


candy bar turnovers

Mini Candy Bar Turnovers from Amy’s Healthy Baking

Any good Trick-or-Treater knows that part of the fun of the experience is the element of surprise. You never know what you’re going to end up with in your bag. The same goes for these tasty-looking turnovers. And how could you go wrong with melted chocolate inside a toasty pastry?



Witches Hats from Modern Christian Homemaker

Cute, simple, totally kid-friendly to both make and eat, and the perfect treat to take along to a Halloween party.



Ghost Cookie Cups from Chelsea’s Messy Apron

Too cute and (gently) spooky for words. Just make sure the kids don’t eat too many of these after digging into their candy treat bags!



Halloween Popcorn Balls from Simplee Thrifty 

We couldn’t leave you without a Halloween staple: the popcorn ball. Use as many fun Halloween decorations as you please. The kids will have just as much fun making these as they do eating them.




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