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Celebrating Halloween At Home With Kids: Food Edition
Halloween doesn’t have to be boo-ring this year! Here’s our idea of fun: whipping up delish Halloween themed treats with the kids!
There’s no doubt about it, kids are feeling down just because trick-or-treating won’t be the same this year. We’re left with having to celebrate Halloween at home, whether it be via online events or throwing a mini-party with the kids. Need more Halloween at home inspo? Rustle up some Halloween-themed baked goodies with the kids. Check out our faves below:
Ice cream lovers will love these (literally) cool ice cream Trick or Treating decorating kits from Arce Dairy. Kits are available in four different themes: Scavenger Hunt, Spider Web, Witches Hat, Spooky Monster and Ghost Pops. Pictured above is the Spooky Monster set, which comes with one pint of Arce Dairy Ice Cream in either chocolate or vanilla, four chocolate chip cookies, one pack monster eye candy toppers, a Halloween mask, 2 pieces of foil and a DIY spooky monster sandwich guide. Just try and keep us away from these!
Order your kit here.
The Little Whisk
Spook up your Halloween at home with these cute cookie decorating kits from The Little Whisk. Plus, these kits are super kid-friendly. The smarty-pants peeps at The Little Whisk have outlined the cookies with colored icing so all the littles have to do is follow the design! Pretty nifty stuff, we think!
The Corner Pantry x Teacher Camille
Join Teacher Camille and The Corner Pantry for a fun-filled afternoon via Zoom. Each Halloween in Quarantine kit comes with a Halloween cookie decorating kit, a crafting kit and a semi-spooky story from Teacher Camille herself. Perfect for kids ages 3 to 7!
Our fave Halloween recipes
Pumpkin Pop-Eye Tarts
Round up the little ghosties and get them in the kitchen — they’ll enjoy making these sweet pumpkin pop-eye tarts from Weelicious! Tarts are fun to do because you can turn them into fun shapes and add sweet fillings (depending on your preference) too!
Tangerine pumpkins and banana ghosts
o you want to treat your little boos to something sweet but healthy? We love this recipe from Flo and Grace. Just grab some tangerines and bananas then decorate them with chocolate chips to make ghost eyes and mouths. Our tip? Use chopped celery to the tops of the tangerines to make it look more pumpkin-y.
Don’t feel like getting your hands dirty? Check out these sweet treats:
We’re totally loving this layered cookie letter cake from Sinfully Sabrina. It’s the perfect way to give your mini-Halloween party at home a fancy touch. Don’t forget to book your orders soon for this limited edition cake!
They’re here! Our kids have been waiting all year for Krispy Kreme’s Halloween themed doughnuts. They’re the perfect centerpiece for your spooky parties AND an easy way to satisfy any doughnut craving — yum!
Now go and have yourself an awesome Halloween at home! Muahahahahaha!