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    Healthy and Fun Halloween Treats for Kids

    October 03, 2018 1 min read

    Healthy and Fun Halloween Treat Ideas for Kids | Pink Poppy Party Shoppe

    There's no denying that kids love candy, however as a mom I'm always looking for alternative fun snacks. But they need to be quick! We rounded up a few ideas that can be put together in less than 5 minutes with just a few simple ingredients you probably already have around your house.

    Banana Ghosts

    Take half of a banana and decorate with mini chocolate chips, or fun icing eyes would be adorable too! 

    Banana Ghost Treats

    Orange Pumpkins

    Peeled mandarine oranges make super cute pumpkins with a stem of celery added. Your kids will think you're a genius. 

    Pumpkin Orange Halloween Healthy Treats

    PB&J Spider Sandwiches

    Elevate the mundane PB&J sandwich to the next level by just popping in pretzel sticks for legs and adding some chocolate chips for eyes and voila you have a spider your kids will love. 

    Spider PB&J Halloween Sandwiches

    Popcorn Bags

    Add cheddar popcorn into small bags. For an extra detail, add a personalized halloween treat sticker

    Personalized Halloween Treat Bag Stickers

    Ghost Cheese Sticks

    Draw a ghost face onto a cheese stick for an easy and fast halloween snack.

    Ghost Cheese Stick Halloween Treats

    We hope you all enjoy these treats and have a very Happy Halloween!

    Healthy and Fun Halloween Treat Ideas for Kids | Pink Poppy Party Shoppe

     


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