These Halloween treats would be perfect to serve at a preschool Halloween party, either at school or at home. The kids will love the fun colors and creativity of each treat.
Preschool Halloween Treats
Preschoolers are at the perfect age to really enjoy Halloween. They finally understand what all the dressing up is about and really have fun with it. And when the kids have fun, that means the moms can get to feel like kids again and go wild with the food and decorations.
These Brownie Bite Spider Treats from Practical Mommy are so cute and look very easy to make with mini brownie bites and Twizzlers.
These No Bake Ghost Cookies from 3 Boys And A Dog are made with Nutter Butters and white chocolate. Yum!
I can’t believe that these Ghost and Frankenstein Cookies from Spaceships and Laserbeams are both made with the same cookie cutter. So practical!
The Spider Cake Balls from From Val’s Kitchen are too cute!
The Chocolate Spider Web Cookies from The Happy Home Life look so chocolatey, and the spider web is adorable.
These Spiderweb Cupcakes from The Gracious Wife are the reverse of the chocolate cupcakes – white frosting with a black spiderweb.
Oh my goodness, these Bloodshot Eyeball Cupcakes from Parenting Chaos are so life-like!
I am in love with these Creepy Brain Cupcakes from Nerdy Mamma. So clever!
You can really jazz up a chocolate cupcake and make then into Spooky Spider Cupcakes from Simplee Thrifty.
Why did I not think of this? Chocolate Dipped Candy Corn Treats from Pint Sized Treasures are chocolate and Rice Krispy treats all in one.
Pumpkin and Ghost Pretzel Snacks from Mommy’s Bundle – I bet the kids would love to help make these!
You can be the talk of the preschool mom set if you make these clever Witches Brooms from Foodlets.
Another easy Halloween recipe – Monster Popcorn Candy Corn from The Jenny Evolution
Candy corn is a staple Halloween treat but these Creamy Candy Corn Jello Cups from Mom Dot Com make it a little more sophisticated.
I love how these Witch Hat Halloween Treats from Pleastantest Thing could be used to hold just about anything.