Halloween Treats You Can Do with Your Kids

Halloween Treats You Can Do with Your Kids 04Oct

Just like any other holiday, Halloween is one of the most memorable celebrations for any child. Because of this, we as parents would go out of our way to make sure that our children would enjoy the most out of this haunting holiday.

One of the most common Halloween traditions is kids dressing up as their favorite characters and visiting houses for trick-or-treating and eating candies. But not all candies are safe for kids, especially those under 2 years old.

This upcoming Halloween, ensure your kids are enjoying safe sweets by checking out these easy-to-make treats!


Charisse Kenion

Trick-or-treating is never complete without enjoying chocolate. Cutting up a chocolate bar into smaller pieces will make them easier to melt inside your child’s mouth. Bite-sized chocolate will make it easier for kids, even for 2-year-olds, to eat and enjoy.


Teri Lyn Fisher | Food Network

Pancakes have always been an all-time favorite snack for all ages. You can also get your kids involved in the cooking process and inspire them to get creative in making their Halloween pancake treats. Making use of cookie cutters, sprinkles, and other toppings, you can join your kids in making their favorite characters they can enjoy.

Pudding Pops

Melissa Mondragon | no.2 pencil

Pudding pops are homemade sweets you can easily make for your children. Because you can make them at home, they are safe for your kids to eat and is something you’re sure they will enjoy.

Pudding pops are also easy-to-make, melt-in-your-mouth, delicious treats that are great for all ages – especially for kids relieving teething pain. You can even decorate them by adding some food coloring and other accessories to create your kids’ favorite characters to fit any occasion.

Yoghurt Melts

Crystal Hughes | All Natural Mothering

Similar to pudding pops, you can make homemade yoghurt melts that will perfectly fit your child’s tastes. You can control how much sugar your child eats by using organic ingredients and fruits that don’t contain as much sugar as store-bought ones.

Mixing food coloring or piping them into different shapes allows you to create different characters that will make them much more enjoyable.

Make Your Halloween Healthier!

Even if most Halloween traditions include gathering and eating sweets at night, this haunting holiday doesn’t have to be filled with cavity-inducing treats. You also don’t have to spend so much on candies for trick-or-treating kids. You can create healthy and safe treats without reducing their sweetness and flavor by using healthy and organic ingredients.

And that’s the end! We hope that these recipes inspired some ideas on how you can spend a cavity-free Halloween with your kids. If you know other easy-to-make Halloween recipes we didn’t include, we’d love to hear them in the comments below!


Reference Recipe Links:

Halloween Pancakes

Pudding Pops

Yoghurt Melts