Halloween’s just around the corner, and Cincy kids are donning their costumes and doing the Monster Mash at school parties all across the tristate! If you’re wondering what allergy-friendly, healthy(ish), easy-to-make treats you can bring to your kiddo’s class party, we’ve got you covered.
Today we’re sharing our favorite, easy-to-make, kid-approved Healthy Halloween Treats:
Candy Corn Fruit Cocktail
Let your kids help create these healthy, candy-corn colored cups!
- pineapple, cut into bite-sized chunks
- oranges, cut into bite-sized chunks (or small Cuties)
- whipped cream (can use dairy-free if needed)
- candy corn
In a clear glass, layer pineapple, oranges and top with whipped cream. Then finish with a couple pieces of candy corn. Serve right away or refrigerate until ready to serve.
Pinterest-perfect Mummy Applesauce Pouches
These spooky sweets are dentist approved – and easy to make!
- Applesauce Pouches
- Medical Tape
- Hot Glue Gun
- Googly Eyes
Cut a piece of medical tape 1-2 yards long. Carefully wrap the pouch, creating a “mummy” like pattern. Then hot glue 2 googly eyes to the front of the pouch. Easy peasy!
Jack O’Lantern Water Bottles
Did you sign up to being drinks to your kids’ party? Make your H2O next-level with these Jack O’Lantern Water Bottles! These cuties are super easy to make.
- Bottled Water
- Black Sharpie
- Green Yarn
- Crystal Light or Kool-Aid Single
Remove any plastic packaging on the water bottles, then draw Jack O’Lantern faces on the water bottle. Punch a hole at the top of the drink single. Thread the green yarn through the hole, and tie to the top the bottle.