The Easiest School Halloween Treats You Can Make Today
Here are the easiest school Halloween treats you can make today! No artistic or crafty skills needed. Simply a few steps and safe for peanut allergies.
If it’s one thing about Halloween, it’s that it seems to arrive quickly and I feel like I’m never prepared for school theme days or parties. Don’t be like me this year! 🙂 I want you to feel like you have it all well planned. When it comes to school party planning, you want to find something cute, but not something that looks like it will take up an entire afternoon. These school Halloween treats are easy enough for making after dinner or after the kids’ bed time!
All of these treats can be made pretty quickly– and the best part? They are tree nut free so you don’t have be worried about sending in something that would harm other students. If you want to stray away from sugar, the easiest projects involve lots of grapes and Go Go SqueeZ pouches. Take advantage of those to make yourself feel like you’re providing a healthy snack and sending in a party appropriate treat.
10 Super Easy School Halloween Treats
1. Easy Halloween Cookies via Family Fresh Meals
2. Lolly Pop Ghosts via One Little Project
3. Candy Corn Cupcakes via The Girl Who Ate Everything
4. Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups via I Can Teach My Child
5. 3 Ingredient Monster Teeth via A Spicy Perspective
6. GoGo SqueeZ Mummy Pouches via The Nerd’s Wife
7. Monster Fruit Cup via The Good Stuff
8. Rice Krispy Treat Monsters via Chelsea Messy Apron
9. Apple Mummies via The Healthy Kitchen
10. Easy Mummy Brownies via Pretty Providence
How GREAT are these ideas? Simply pick one out and add it to your school sign up list. Now you can add the ingredients to this weekend’s grocery list and you will be set for school party time. I hope that you’ve found some stress relief for your upcoming Halloween parties!
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Halloween definitely can be stressful especially if you are not prepared or if you are running out of ideas! Thank you for picking these fun treats out, will be fun to try some of them! Thank you for the great post!
Thank you Philip!