Need a last-minute Halloween treat? Check out these quick ideas!
Check out these 5 minute Halloween treats that are perfect for when you need a last-minute treat. I am all about simplicity when it comes to holidays but I do love adding little extra touches of fun. My kids really appreciate the fun and creative touches, so I have learned that I can love them well by having festive (but easy) treats for them!
Today, I am sharing 4 of our easiest Halloween treats. Not only are these easy but they are cost-effective!
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5 Minute Halloween Treats
Ghost Cheese Stick
Supplies: Cheese Sticks and Black Sharpie
This is about as easy and simple as you can get and the kids LOVE it. Every single time I do this, the kids love it. The best part is that you just need 2 supplies- a sharpie and a cheese stick!
All you have to do is draw 3 ovals on the front of the cheese stick to make it look like a little ghost. It is simple and quick!
This 5-minute snack is a perfect salty treat to help balance out all of the sweets! First, draw a pumpkin face on the front of a Ziploc bag. Draw it near the bottom and then color it in with the Sharpie. Then trim off the zipper part of the bag.
Fill the Ziploc with Goldfish and tie closed with a ribbon. You can adjust the bag and Goldfish so it looks like a pumpkin face on the front.
This is a fun treat because it also includes a little non-food item. My kids love getting themed pencils and they also love pretzels so this is a win all around! First, trim the zipper part of the bag off. Then fill the bag with pretzel sticks, with the sticks pointing downward.
Place a pencil in the bag, in the middle, and gather the bag around the pencil. Then secure it with a ribbon. This fun treat then looks like a little broom.
This is a classic Halloween treat that is so easy to make. All you have to do is stick the sucker in the middle of a coffee filter and gather it around the lollipop stick. Then secure it with a ribbon.
After you do that you can draw a little ghost face on the front of the lollipop. I love having this for a fun after-school snack!
Now you can try making the 5-minute Halloween treats!
These are all so simple and inexpensive but can add an extra element of fun!