I’m always on the lookout for Fun Halloween Kids Recipes and Ideas and I’ve got a bunch of my favorites to share with you today! Also, don’t forget to check out our Halloween Recipes and Crafts page for even more ideas that we’ve posted recently (And I’ve got a few new ones coming up soon, so stay tuned!)
Halloween Kids Recipes
This Mad Scientist Potionfrom The Nerds Wife is super adorable and I know that my 7 year old son especially would have a blast making this one. How cute is the idea to use Dry Ice to make these drinks foam??? Super Cool!
It’s always fun to see how many ways you can make Cake Pops, Check out this Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops Recipe for an even easier than Cake Pops Treat! :) I didn’t know life could be so easy!
What kid doesn’t love Oreo Cookies? This Simple Eyeball Coookies uses pre-made ingredients so there’s no baking required making it super simple!
If you have little ones these GoGo SqueeZ Pumpkins are super cute, I love how simple these are to make, I’m thinking these would be perfect for my Sons Kids Day Out Class!
My Kids would have a Blast making these Marshmallow Mummies! So cute and relatively simple to make with just a few ingredients. This would be another super cute class project or idea!
If you love Candy Corn check out these Candy Corn Popcorn Balls with Monster Eyes, this is a fun treat with a little bit of a twist. I remember making Popcorn balls when I was growing up, such a great memory, these would be perfect for making with your kids!
These Kids Halloween Spiderweb Cookies are super simple! You can use Pre-Made Cookies, then Black Icing to create a Spider Web Design. I like that it doesn’t take a lot of time (or skill) to pull this one off!
Graveyard Pudding Cups are one that the kids will love, You could even make these directly in the Jell-O Pudding Cups if you don’t want to make your own pudding. All you need are Pudding, Crushed Oreos and some decorations!
It only takes a few simple ingredients to make these Super Easy Tootsie Pop Ghosts from The Kitchen is My Playground. You can make these using Paper Towels, a Sharpie, and your favorite suckers!
Twinkie Mummies are a fun way to dress up a classic! Just use White Candy melts or Almond Bark to dip your mummies and then add in monster eyes, you can use the remaining chocolate in a decorating bag to pipe on the wrappings.
Tastes of Lizzy T has a super cute idea for turning regular brownies into Monster Brownies with Reese’s Cups and Peanut butter Frosting. I love that it’s a simple recipe and one the kids can help make.
I am also loving these Frankenstein Cupcakes, these look really simple and I think the technique for using Colored Candy Melts would work with both Sugar Cookies and Cupcakes!
Healthy Halloween Treats for Kids are hard to come buy, but these Chocolate Covered Banana Mummies have to count, right :) I mean there are bananas in them!
Peeps aren’t just for Easter, these new Ghost Peep Brownies really have a fun twist. You can create this version of s’mores with these melted Ghosts on top of your favorite brownie recipe.
These adorable Halloween Spider Cake Pops are a little scary but sure to delight! You can make your own cake mix or use boxed cake mix for this recipe, the directions for decorating would be the same either way!
You could make these adorable Ghost Cupcakes using any Store bought Cake Mix or Cupcakes, all you need are chocolate chips and Chocolate Cupcakes with White Icing, So easy, but in the context of other Halloween decorations they are perfect!