Apple mouths by Fork and Beans

5 Freaky Food Ideas to Spook the Kids!

Whilst Halloween may look a bit different this year, there are lots of covid-safe and creative ways to celebrate and have fun with family and friends. At this time of year, we’re all familiar with the cries ‘trick or treat, trick or treat, give us something good to eat!’. Well, to help you, we’ve put together some healthy-spookilicous Halloween-themed recipes that will get the kids squealing with delight (and without the sugar rush and inevitable sugar low!).

Spiderberries

Spiderberries by Foodbites
[Source: Foodbites ]

If you haven’t already, you need to check out this Instagram account – Foodbites. Created by a mother who is a Food Artist by day, Foodbites brings everyday ingredients from the fruit bowl to life by transforming them into funny and cute characters. Strawberries have been transformed into these ‘Spiderberries’, complete with cartoon eyes and chocolate legs made with melted chocolate. You can learn how to make them in the reels section of her IG account. The cartoon eyes can be bought at your local supermarket.

There are also plenty of other ideas for inspiration here too!

Chocolate bananas Pretzel broomsticks

[Above: Cheese pretzel broomsticks & spooky chocolate bananas by Foodbites]

Halloween Pizza

Halloween pizza

[Image credit: IG account the_ohioan_pizzaiolo]

Get your creative juices bubbling and create a spooky pizza the whole family will love! Anything eerie goes, you could try evil eyeballs and sinister spiders on a shredded cheese web, or add your favourite fearsome edible decor. Olives and mozzarella balls can turn into bats, or try one like this with scary ghouls made out of mushrooms!

Scary Apple Mouths

Apple mouths by Fork and Beans
[Source: Fork and Beans]

Check out these crazy apple mouths, guaranteed to but a smile on the kid’s faces. Completed with crooked sunflower seed teeth and strawberry tongue, these apple bites are super easy too.

Zombie Mummies

Zombie Mummies by Foodbites
[Source: Foodbites ]

Another great idea from Foodbites. For these fantastic Zombie Mummies, pizza dough has been wrapped around sausages and baked (you could also use strips of pastry). Watch the video of the Foodbites IG account to find out more on how to make them.

Dia de los Muertos Hummus Dip

Hummus dip for Halloween
[Source: Fork and Beans]

Get creative with this fun hummus Dia de los Muertos dip. The kids can get involved too and help to decorate with their favourite veggies, then serve up with some tortilla chips!

Decorated hummus dip

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