Halloween Lunchbox Ideas, Halloween Sandwiches, and Halloween Themed Snacks to make your kids smile when they sit down to eat at school!
Kids love themed lunches, and I know they’d love some of these fun Halloween Lunchbox Ideas. I had most of these items on hand, and you probably will too. You can be pretty creative with stuff your kids are already eating by just re-creating it with some Halloween flair!
All you need to make this cute pumpkin is celery and an orange! Plus, it is a healthy option so that’s even better!
Who knew Sharpies could make things so fun? Draw a cute ghost face on some white string cheese and make your kid smile when they open their lunchbox!
Make your traditional PB&J and just cut it into a circle with a cookie cutter or even a glass, add some stick pretzels and chocolate chips for the nose!
This is a staple in my son’s lunchbox, so I loved this cute idea using white crepe paper, hot glue and some googly eyes this is such a cute way to dress up regular food your child eats!
Make your child’s favorite sandwich into a pumpkin by cutting circles with your favorite cutter into your bread and then using a sharp knife to carve the pumpkin design into the bread.
Mandarin Oranges, Green Jello and Vanilla Pudding cups can be decorated with a Sharpie to add some Halloween fun to your child’s lunchbox!
Green Grapes with a couple marshmallows mixed in make this cute little Frankenstein. Make sure you have a clear cup with a lid to pull this cute idea off!
These Ritz Crackers with Peanut Butter and Pretzel sticks make the cutest cracker sandwiches! Make a cute face with a mini chocolate chip on top of a dab of frosting, you could even add a smiley face!
Bread, cheese, pizzza sauce and olives make up this cute mummy face you can put in your child’s lunchbox for a festive Halloween sandwich!
My daughter loves Babybel cheese, if you haven’t tried it, you really should, it’s so good! There are no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives in the cheese. Just add some googly eyes and cut some of the packing off and you have these cute little cheese monsters!
Draw Jack O’Lantern faces on cellophane treat bags and fill with Goldfish. Just tie them up and you have a cute treat for a Halloween lunch!
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