Chocolate Pretzel SpiderwebsLast-minute Halloween preparations got you in a web of stress? 🕸️ Don’t worry, we’ve got your back with these no-bake 𝑷𝒓𝒆𝒕𝒛𝒆𝒍 𝑺𝒑𝒊𝒅𝒆𝒓𝒘𝒆𝒃𝒔, a treat that’s as easy as it is delicious! 👻🎃
🕸️ What’s the secret? You probably already have the ingredients in your pantry! Grab some pretzels, melt some white chocolate, add a raisin and milk chocolate spider, and you’ve got yourself a hauntingly delightful treat in minutes.
🕸️ No need for a last-minute dash to the supermarket; this is a pantry-friendly delight that lets you focus on the fun, not the shopping. So, get creative, weave your web, and enjoy a wickedly delicious Halloween with these easy, no-bake pretzel spiderwebs. Your little monsters will thank you! 🕷️🕸️Franken PopsShort on time but still want to whip up some Halloween magic for the kids? Say hello to Fɾαɳƙҽɳ Pσρʂ! 🧟♂️ These clean-ingredient store-bought rice crispy treats go on a stick, take a dip in green plant-based dyed white chocolate, and voilà – Frankenstein’s in the house! A semi-homemade treat that’s spooktacularly simple and delicious. And don’t worry- no spooky ingredients here. It’s plant-based, artificial dye-free, and gluten-free.Franken PastaReady to whip up a Halloween dinner for your little monsters? Dive into our monster mash pasta – it’s spooky green, made with pesto, olives, and cheese for a kid-friendly, scary-good meal. No tricks, just treats for your taste buds!Skull CupcakesTransform your Halloween baking with our eerie Skull Cupcakes! No need for specialized cupcake molds – we’ve got an insanely easy kitchen hack!💡
💀 We used tin foil balls surrounding our cupcake liners to sculpt this skull-shaped treat, making it a perfect project for little kitchen helpers. Plus, it’s a super fun way to infuse some spooky creativity into your holiday treats.
Strawberry MummiesWrap your taste buds around these ‘Mummylicious’ chocolate-covered strawberries with vegan marshmallows! 👻🍫🍓 No tricks, just treats - perfect for your little monsters!
🍓 When we saw @beautyanddasweetz make a white chocolate rendition of these, we knew we had to give it a try!Strawberry SkullsThese choco-skulls might give you the spooks, but I guarantee the strawberry ‘brain’ inside will make your taste buds scream with delight! My kids were absolutely loving these and I don’t think we can ever go back to regular chocolate dipped strawberries again.
💀 When I saw @beautyanddasweetz make these creepy treats, I knew I had to give it a try to see the kids’ reactions!Ghost CupcakesLet’s turn regular cupcakes into spooky Halloween cupcakes! I love this tin foil hack because you can turn any cupcake into a themed shape without using fancy tools. Liv made these with me and if a 7 year old can do it, so can you!Bat BarkSince it’s acceptable to eat chocolate every day during spooky season (it is acceptable, right??), we’ve gone and made a Halloween version of our white chocolate bark. Made with plant-based food color (no artificial colors here!) and the cutest bat molds (linked in stories and on the recipe page on our website), these are cleaner treats I’m happy to give my kids that beat out any Hersheys bar in taste and ingredients.Zombie FingersAs Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, we go all out with even the simplest of snacks. It’s important for me that our kids have a healthy relationship with food, so I find it’s always easy to get them to eat healthy if I make it fun in the kitchen. These snacks take just a few minutes to assemble, are super simple, and get Liv & Sawyer excited for snack time (and Halloween!!).Snack-O’-Lantern BoardLet’s celebrate spooky season with this festive snack tray! A great appetizer for Halloween parties or even a fun after-school treat, this board is made with wholesome fruits and veggies, calcium-rich cheese, and our favorite potato crisps for a bit of crunch!Ghost Pizza BagelsLet’s make an easy FOUR ingredient Halloween lunch together! These mini pizza bagels are great for school lunchboxes and cannot be easier to make.Halloween Monster ApplesReady for a fun Halloween-inspired snacktivity? These spooky apple monsters, made with organic apples, natural peanut butter, sunflower seeds, strawberries, and blueberries, are a fun and clean Halloween treat for kids and adults alike. Want to make it nut-free? Just sub in sunflower seed butter for the nut butter 🥜.