Halloween Lunch Box Treats And How To Make Them. Hello friends. Happy Thursday. So how are you today?
My daughter used to love me planning the perfect Halloween Lunch box for her when she was at school so today I am re-sharing this Halloween Lunch Box Treats And How To Make Them post.
They’re entertaining, and both children and adults will also enjoy them. You’ll Love These 13 Adorable Halloween Lunchbox Ideas for October!
So I thought I would share lots of fun recipes you can try too. Not just for kids lunch boxes, either!! Trick or treat yo’self. That gives your lunch box a spooky touch. But don’t be alarmed—a surprise is waiting inside.
Halloween Lunch Box Treats And How To Make Them:
Table Of Contents:
- Firstly, Popcorn Toffee Apples.
- Berry Scary Halloween Fun Eyeballs.
- Thirdly, Halloween Cupcakes.
- Fourthly, Frankenstein’s Fingers and Sheep’s Eyes Halloween Fun.
- Fifthly, Halloween Carrot Muffins.
- Sixth, Halloween Chocolate Pots: Graveyard Special.
- Seventh, Pumpkin Cookies And Toffee Apples: Great For Halloween.
- Eighth, Halloween Scary Eyeballs.
- Ninth, Halloween Jellies: Fun And Easy Halloween Recipes.
- Tenth, Gingerbread Skeletons.
- Eleventh, Homemade Halloween Biscuits.
- Twelfth, Mummies Revenge: Halloween Gingerbread Mummies.
- Thirteenth, Berry Spooky Halloween Cupcakes: Scary Party Food.
Halloween Lunch Box Treats And How To Make Them!
Excellent Halloween lunch ideas for both children and adults. I’ve compiled 13 fantastic Halloween lunchbox treat ideas for you today.
What more do you have to eat besides a sandwich? a variety of sweet treats for Halloween. Starting with…
Popcorn Toffee Apples. Firstly, Popcorn Toffee Apples. A straightforward toffee popcorn apple recipe. For a devilishly delicious take on the traditional Halloween treat.
Great for adding a piece of fruit into a fun treat. Popcorn Toffee Apples.
Berry Scary Halloween Eyeballs. Secondly, Berry Scary Halloween Fun Eyeballs. Arrgghh!!!!!! Easy to make and perfect for kids these spooky eyes are a great Halloween treat.
Great if you are looking for quick, easy, and budget-friendly recipes this Halloween. So what is not to love about this recipe? Berry Scary Halloween Eyeballs.
Spooky Sausage Rolls: Great For Halloween. Thirdly, Spooky Sausage Rolls, anyone? Are your children also a fan of Halloween and like all things spooky?
Do they love sausage rolls? If so why not try out these spooky sausage rolls? This fun recipe and get the kids involved in the perfect Halloween or after-school treat. Spooky Sausage Rolls: Great For Halloween.
Frankenstein’s Fingers and Sheep’s Eyes. Fourthly, Frankenstein’s Fingers and Sheep’s Eyes Halloween Fun. How about making some of this Frankenstein’s Fingers and Sheep’s Eyes?
Such fun and scary Halloween recipes. Frankenstein’s Fingers and Sheep’s Eyes Halloween Fun.
Halloween Carrot Muffins. Fifthly, Halloween Carrot Muffins. Great For Halloween Night. So do you fancy making some Halloween Carrot Muffins?
Halloween Chocolate Pots. Sixth, Halloween Chocolate Pots: Graveyard Special. Are you looking for some spooky Halloween recipe ideas?
How about making some Halloween Chocolate Pots? Kids will love these simple chocolate pots with spooky tombstone cookies for Halloween. Of course, yummy but scary!! Halloween Chocolate Pots.
Pumpkin Cookies. Seventh, Pumpkin Cookies And Toffee Apples: Great For Halloween. So do you fancy making some scary Pumpkin Cookies or some yummy Toffee Apples too get your teeth stuck into this Halloween? Pumpkin Cookies.
Halloween Eyeballs. Eighth, Halloween Scary Eyeballs, Anyone? Trick Or Treat Recipe. This eyeball dish is the ideal mix of disgusting and delectable. Halloween Eyeballs. Scary!!! but at the same time cool!!
Halloween Jellies. Ninth, Halloween Jellies: Fun And Easy Halloween Recipes. So are you planning a Halloween menu this year?
Halloween Jellies anyone? How cool!! And such a fun and scary treat to make with the kids. These easy jellies are great fun to make and kids love to decorate them – the spookier the better! Ready in: 4 – 6 hours or overnight. Halloween Jellies.
How To Make Halloween Gingerbread Skeletons. Tenth, Gingerbread Skeletons. Straight outta’ coffin, ha.
Another fantastic recipe for the kids – fun to make and fun to eat while easily introducing chia seeds to their diet. These skeletons are bone to be wild. Halloween Gingerbread Skeletons. So much fun.
Homemade Halloween Biscuits: Spooky Fun:
Eleventh, Homemade Halloween Biscuits: Spooky Fun. Do you fancy making some biscuits this Halloween?
Especially fun ghost, bat, or pumpkin cut out biscuits? If so, how about making some of these Homemade Halloween Biscuits? Homemade Halloween Biscuits.
Twelfth, Mummies Revenge: Halloween Gingerbread Mummies. MUMMIES’ REVENGE: Gingerbread men are coming to haunt you! Mummy of the year. Halloween Gingerbread Mummies Biscuits.
Thirteenth, Berry Spooky Halloween Cupcakes: Scary Party Food. Halloween Cupcakes. So much fun. Are you looking for a cute and simple cupcake?
You must try these Halloween-themed berry cupcakes. Because they are so tasty. Berry Spooky Halloween Cupcakes, Anyone? Simple to make cupcakes that make a huge impact, a trick and a treat all rolled into one! So much fun to make. Berry Spooky Halloween Cupcakes. So yummy too.
13 Cute and Creepy Ideas:
There You Have It Halloween Lunchbox Ideas. So what do you think about these recipes? Do you also fancy making any?
Halloween Lunch Box Treats And How To Make Them:
Also, a few more ideas are sandwiches cut into ghosts (with a Halloween cookie cutters) Spooky bat shortbreads and jelly set into pumpkin moulds.
Especially scary at this time of year!! Also, so much fun.
Furthermore, all recipes are featured on my Halloween page here and beyond. Plenty of ideas for after school parties too. As well as Halloween recipes, are you looking for other recipes? Hit the tags for more fun recipes.
Halloween Lunch Box Treats And How To Make Them! Also not only for kids!! Great for adult Halloween parties too because they are so freaky and fun.
So what do you think? Do you also fancy making any? Because I know I do.
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Updated Post. First published here on the 28th of October 2013.