It’s hard to believe Halloween is in just a few short days…We’re all ready to go (I think), but I am always looking for a few last minute easy ideas.
Today I’ve rounded up 20 easy Halloween snacks that you can make on the fly.
You’re quickly going to realize that I am a “sucker” for desserts on a stick. Especially when they look harder than they really are. Try these easy cinnamon candy apple. Perfect for your little princess or a grownup party as well…
I may be the biggest fan of the Oreo Pops designed by Amy, from The Idea Room. She’s probably got a half dozen Halloween Oreo Pop tutorials on her site, but this Frankenstein Oreo Pop tutorial might be my favorite. Plus, her daughter is stinking adorable!
I love these Oreo bats from Our Best Bites. (Then again, I love pretty much everything these girls whip up.)
Have you seen the Nutter Butter ghosts floating around the web? They’re cute, but man I would much rather a Milano ghost cookie. Check out these cute guys from Blonde Designs.
Who doesn’t love a good Rice Krispie recipe? Love these Rice Krispie Halloween ghosts from The Idea Room.
You’re going to hate me, but on thing I really love about these Swiss roll Halloween bats from Hungry Happenings is that pretty near all the items are store bought…SOOO easy.
Seriously yummy owl cupcakes and spooky fruit skewers from One Charming Party.
I’ve seen lots of Halloween pretzels, but these Mummy pretzels from Midwestern Girl DIY are for sure my favorite.
You can’t miss these Rat eyeballs and spider legs from Glorious Treats. Gross enough for boys, cute enough for girls. Oh, and don’t miss the free printable!
Don’t these candy corn pretzel bites from Carol’s Heirloom Collection sound like the perfect mix of sweet and salty?
Speaking of sweet and salty…I love a good popcorn mix. Try this ghostly grub candy corn white chocolate popcorn.
With three boys occupying my time this eyeball Jello from Katrina’s Kitchen is for sure a big win! Just spooky enough.
You may have seen these Jack-o-Lantern mandarin oranges from Pimp My Dinner – they’ve been all over Pinterest. Such a good idea!
Here’s something that might be a bit more filling. Bat bites from My Recipes.
Moving beyond food, straight to the candy? Don’t miss these cute Halloween candy test tubes from The Autocrat.
These Halloween candy sticks with a cute little flag, from Belinda’s Great Ideas, are the perfect mix of classy and retro. Love them!
Here’s a really simple idea that would go over amazingly well at any get together or party – Halloween candy skewers from Red Couch Recipes.
I love the creative presentation of these orange juice spritzers with black licorice straws and black sugar rims from Rosina Huber.
Glow in the dark pretty much means love around our house. Try this glowing soda from Our Best Bites.
Love these mummy juice boxes from Parents.