Thursday, October 30, 2014

Fun Halloween Eats...

Spooky Halloween Eyeballs!
These are a great treat for a Halloween Party.  I have made these for my kids and they are super simple, just take a box of glazed or plain donut holes and dip in melted white chocolate.  Let the white chocolate harden then decorate with gel icing (found in tubes)!

I don't have any young children, or grand kids yet, but when my children were little, I loved Halloween. I loved to make their costumes, decorate the house, pass out candy and make fun food for their school parties.  This year I am not even passing out candy because Friday night is my daughters bachlorette party and me and Justin's Mom are going to join the girls for dinner at the beginning of their evening of festivities.  But that doesn't stop me from enjoying all the fun ideas on Pinterest for great Halloween ideas... who knows in a few years maybe I will have a grand baby to have some Halloween fun with!  In the mean time here a a few fun ideas for your little ghouls and goblins...



These would be super simple to make out of jello pudding cups, 
crushed Oreo's, and peeps ghosts!


Wow!  Now here is a healthy alternative to candy!  
I love the little clementine pumpkins!

http://dworianynlovenest.blogspot.com/2013/10/31-days-of-halloween-day-16-halloween.html

Who doesn't love a chocolate dipped pretzel... 
you could whip up a batch of these in no time!

http://www.the-girl-who-ate-everything.com/2011/10/draculas-dentures-for-halloween.html

These ghoulish treats look like they would be pretty fun to eat!


Ewe... not sue if I could choke these down but I bet the kiddos would think they where pretty cool.


A fun quick dinner before trick or treating, or after school snack!


Yummy display for party dip!

http://www.agirlandagluegun.com/2014/09/easy-halloween-drink-with-peep-straws.html#_a5y_p=2415829

Something fin to wash it all down with!

Wishing you all a safe and happy Halloween!

Boo,
Sandy