Need some healthy snack ideas for a Halloween party in your classroom? We have just what you need! The kids will be getting plenty of the sweet stuff on Halloween night so here are a few ideas that will be a filling, healthy choice that still get snacks into the Halloween spirit!
This platter of Ghostly Bananas and Pumpkin Oranges is guaranteed to be scarily delicious! For the ghosts, simply peel your banana and cut it in half. To finish add two dark chocolate chips on for the eyes. You can use a little dab of peanut butter or Nutella to make them stick.
Try placing a dark chocolate chip upside down underneath the eyes for a mouth!
The pumpkin oranges are just as simple! Peel your orange and cut up a stalk of celery into little stems. Add a stem into each pumpkin by pushing it into place. If you have trouble, try using a straw to create a hole at the top first.
Want to keep the peel on your orange? Just grab a food marker from your local grocery store and draw a Jack-O-Lantern face onto the outside of your orange. Now you have a Jack-O-Lantern Orange that’s ready to eat!
You can use this same technique using a permanent marker on top of a peaches cup! Talk about a quick and festive snack! This Jack in the Cup will be a hit in any classroom of little ones!
Peanut butter crackers are a classic snack time favorite! Turn them into Spider Sandwiches by adding 4 pretzel sticks cut in half to each side. Be sure to put enough peanut butter in the middle to make them stick well! Lastly take a dab of cream cheese and place a raisin on top to create the eyes.
Try getting your students in on the fun and allowing them to help out in creating these adorable snacks!