Cooking is always a fun time with kids, especially around the Halloween season. For some reason, everything in the kitchen becomes even more fun because you can give it a scary slant. This year, you’re going to have a great time making these Halloween recipes that the kids will love with these Fun Recipes for Halloween to Cook with Kids.
Fun Halloween Recipes for Kids to Cook
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These kids will have a blast making this Spooky Spaghetti and Eyeballs meal for everyone this Halloween. Easy to make and looks really effective – we love the spider web plates -> get similar here if you want some spooky tableware for your Halloween Parties this year.
These are seriously the cutest goodie bags ever! The popcorn looks amazing and like a fun treat to pass out when Halloween arrives! Check out the recipe and goodie bags with these Candy Corn Chocolate Popcorn & Frankenstein Goodie Bags from Girl Loves Glam.
My kids love making Krispie Treats and these Monster Krispie Treats went down really well last year. The edible googly eyes make by their favourite parts -> Stock up on some edible eye candies to make your own spooky Halloween Recipes with the kids this year.
First of all, this looks like an amazing Halloween recipe for kids. The eye balls are amazing, but not too scary, which is awesome for kids. Check out how to make Witches Brew Trifle from Food Meanderings perfect for your Halloween Party or just as a treat for the kids.
Let’s talk about Halloween recipes, they clearly don’t have to be hard to be cute. Look at these little ghost strawberries, they are adorable find the full recipe by clicking the link and heading over to Be Brave Keep Going.
Looking for a fun and easy Halloween recipe? Make these Witch Hat Cookies from Dizzy Busy and Hungry with the kids! They’re going to love them and so will you!
When you want an original cupcake option for Halloween, you make these Vampire Bite Cupcakes from V Nutrition & Wellness. How amazing are these? Wouldn’t they look fantastic in a gift bag as a class treat or served on a platter for your Halloween Party.
My kids love making anything that includes the word “brew” for Halloween. Your kids are going to love cooking up this Haunted Halloween Witches Brew from Delicious Table with you!
Dessert is everything, especially when it comes to Halloween desserts. Give this graveyard dessert from The Quiet Grove a try this Halloween.
When it comes to Halloween, you need to have popcorn thrown in there. This Halloween popcorn from Culinary Ginger is everything and your kids are going to love helping you make it and eat it. Why not make some of these Halloween Popcorn Boxes to put it in from Ruffles and Rainboots.
Don’t worry, these aren’t really poison apples, but they sure do make for a fun Halloween recipe that the kids will love. Get the ingredients and full recipe for these Poison Apples from Wanna Bite.
We love these hot dog mummies from Beyond the Chicken Coop and try to make them every year. For being scary, they are actually kind of adorable.
My kids adore making these simple Halloween Witches Cauldron Cupcakes – they are so easy even your toddlers can make them.
Who knew that mummies could come in so many shapes and sizes? These Mummy Pops from Dinner with the Rollos are so much fun to make. Plus, they are delicious, which makes it a win-win.
Speak of Mummies – how about making these easy Mummy Cookies from Crystal and Co – they are no bake so will take no time at all to make.
Who loves chocolate? Who loves Halloween? Put these two together and you have Halloween Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares from Artsy Fartsy Mama that are out of this spooky world.
Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, teacher, mum, and home educator from the UK. She loves getting creative, whether it is with simple and easy crafts and ideas, activities to make learning fun, or delicious recipes that you and your kids can cook together you'll find them all shared here on Rainy Day Mum.