Transform a simple sandwich into a cute monster with olive eyes! Super easy to make and will induce squeals of delight.
Photo and recipe: Land O' Moms
Add wings and a face to chocolate pudding cups for goofy bat snacks. So cute!
Photo and recipe: The Melrose Family
Shape breadstick dough (store-bought or homemade) into bones for a snack or dinner pairing kids will love.
Photo and recipe: Just A Taste
Add olive slices to Babybel cheeses to make them look like eyeballs for a spooky snack.
Photo and recipe: Kids Kubby
Transform a platter of guacamole into "Franken-Guac" with black tortilla chips and decorations!
Photo and recipe: Taste of Home
Make a fun frozen Halloween snack by dipping bananas into white chocolate and adding chocolate chip eyes to make ghosts.
Photo and recipe: Skinny Taste
Combine a few healthy ingredients to make these great-tasting apple monster mouths with nut butter, almonds, and cranberries.
Photo and recipe: Texan Erin
Sliced hot dogs and crescent rolls make the tastiest creepy crawly snack around.
Photo and recipe: Applegate
Mix sweet and salty ingredients to make a monster munch snack mix adults and kids will love.
Photo and recipe: Life in the Lofthouse
Pipe chocolate around pretzel sticks to make small webs that are a little salty and a little sweet.
Photo and recipe: Popculture
Form Rice Krispie treats into pumpkins and finish with a chocolate stem and leaf.
Photo and recipe: One Little Project
Use a cookie cutter to make bat-shaped tortilla crisps that are sprinkled with cinnamon sugar. Just a few minutes to make, and oh so good!
Photo and recipe: Simply Recipes
Turn classic chocolate covered strawberries into ghost pops by adding sticks and candy eyes.
Photo and recipe: Eats Amazing
Even veggies can be Halloween-themed! Make creepy eyes and fingers out of carrots.
Photo and recipe: Handmade in the Heartland
Package pretzel sticks in plastic baggies to create cute broomsticks that are easy to grab and go!
Photo and recipe: Hip2Save