7 Halloween Treats to Sneak Into Your Kid’s Lunchbox
Halloween lunch calls for snack ideas that are both a trick and a treat, and our ideas are one part creepy, one part silly and all parts grin-inducing. Feeling extra ambitious this year? Find even more Halloween lunchbox ideas here.
Two puffy marshmallows-turned-eyeballs (thanks to the addition of chocolate chips) turn an unassuming bag of cheese puffs into a snack that stares back.
With spindly pretzel legs, your kid’s favorite mini wax-covered cheese wheels look like they might just crawl off the cafeteria table.
Since you peel the skin away before you eat it, you can draw a toothy smile on a mandarin orange with a regular marker or food coloring marker.
A crowd-pleasing cookie gets dressed for the holiday with a little help from malted milk balls and melted chocolate.
Giada De Laurentiis studs popcorn balls with orange and black candies to make this classic snack extra festive (and extra sweet).
Twirled into a shape that resembles a femur more than a flaky breadstick, puff pastry morphs into a treat straight out of the graveyard in Food Network Magazine.
A regular ol’ PB&J gets a little freakier when you slice the sandwich into skinny fingers and attach almond fingernails.