October is here and it’s time for costumes, Halloween treats, and classroom parties!
If you’re anything like me, you’re pretty busy dreaming up and creating the perfect costume for your kiddos. Never fear, mama! I’ve got you covered in the treats department.
Today I’m sharing 12 must-try Halloween Classroom Treat Ideas.
I’ve included ideas for homemade treats, dressing up store bought treats, and my favorite candy free options. Ready to see them all??
12 Halloween Classroom Treat Ideas!
Click the titles or photos below for more details on each Halloween treat.
I don’t know about you, but my girls and I get the biggest kick out of googly eyes. Especially the edible kind! Add them to any treat and you’ve created an adorable little candy monster.
Pretzel Sticks – Purple Candy Melts – Candy Eye Treats
Part of me is kind of grossed out by this idea and the other part is incredibly impressed by people’s creativity! I think these would be perfect for a teen Halloween party where kids love all the scary/gross Halloween-themed food!
Or it would be a great creative (and healthy) snack to bring to pre-school on Halloween.
My daughter’s and I make a version of these donut spiders every year and they are a MAJOR hit! I love that they are no-bake and can be made by a child as young as 5!
We use googly eyes rather than Reeces Pieces for the eyes…because, well googly eyes!
Mini Chocolate Donuts – Pretzels – Yellow M&Ms – Chocolate Decorating Icing
I’m sure you’ve seen these dirt cups with a gummy worms! This is an even cuter version because it has fall/pumpkin vibes. Grab oreos, pudding and these yummy Pumpkin Candies and you have the most adorable fall snacks ever!
Snack Pack Pudding – Oreo Baking Crumbs – Pumpkin Candies – Sour Green Licorices – Clear Plastic Cups
I love these mummy treats for pre-school, elementary school or no-candy Halloween snacks! With just a little effort you can turn everyday applesauce into the cutest mummies. Just wrap with streamers and add some googly eyes and you are good to go!
Go-G0 Applesauce Squeeze – White Party Streamers – Self Adhesive Googly Eyes
It’s no secret that I’m obsessed with bats. I have SOOO many bat tutorials on this site. I have a Bat Sucker Tutorial, 15 Bat Craft Ideas, Bat Decal Printables, DIY Bat Boxes. This bat pudding cups make a cute collection to my bat content! I mean look at those darling fangs.
I’ve made Frankenstein treats simliar to these before! I have a full tutorial Frankenstein Pudding Cups that are fantastic for parties, but if you need a treat that is fully packaged, these jello cups are perfect! I can’t get over those glitter pom poms!
Dole Fruit Bowls – Self Adhesive Googly Eyes – Black Sparkly Pom Poms – Black Feathers – Hot Glue Gun – Black Sharpie
Again with the bats!! Oh man I love these clothespin bats.! The glitter clothespins and googly eyes give me all the heart eyes. They are absolute perfection for pre-school or elementary school Halloween snack time.
Goldfish – Cellophane Treat Bags – Black Cardstock – Glittered Clothespins – Mini Googly Eyes – Black Pipe Cleaners – Hot Glue Gun
I’ve seen versions of this treat since I was a little girl, but it stands the test of time. You can’t get cuter than a lollipop ghost! They are easy, inexpensive and oh so festive.
Giant Size Tootsie Pops – White Coffee Filters – Black Sharpie – Black Satin Ribbon
I am very much a semi-homemade mom! I love treats that make me look good without a lot of work. These Rice Krispie Treat Monsters do just that!
They are can be bake or no-bake (just buy the store-bought packages)! Melt your chocolate, dip and place those googly eyes! Easy peasy, but look oh so professional!
Rice Krispie Treats – Candy Melts – Edible Candy Eyes
Aren’t these ideas SO adorable? I’m going to have a hard time deciding which one(s) to make this year. I know the Rice Krispie Treat Monsters and cauldron bubbles are a must. I hope you and your kids have a great Halloween!
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