For you, Halloween means scary movies; for your kids, it’s all about the sugar. What better way to get into the spooky spirit than with one of these DIY treats that they can help make?
14 Spooky Halloween Treats to Make with Your Kids
Sweet And Salty Marshmallow Popcorn
Make like PureWow Coterie member Maria Lichty and have your kids stir in the candy.
The more disheveled the mummy, the better. (Thanks, Katie Workman.)
Cute And Easy Mini Halloween Doughnuts
Bats, monsters and spiders, oh my.
Candy Corn Pretzel Hugs
Let the kids assemble, then watch them melt in the oven.
Googly eyes? Check. Sprinkles? Double check.
The kids can attach the legs; you can eat the leftovers.
Pretzel Candy Spiderwebs
Much less scary than the real thing.
Halloween Chocolate Pretzel Bites
Grab some forks and let them go wild.
Halloween Spider Cupcakes
Getting your kids in the kitchen has never been easier.
3-ingredient Butterfinger Caramel Apples
Using pre-made caramel candies makes this kid-friendly.
Monster Popcorn Balls
Bonus points for the plastic vampire teeth.
Halloween Banana Popsicles
Frighteningly good, and sorta healthy.
Pumpkin Patch Dirt Cups
As fun to make as they are to eat.
Chocolate Bark Halloween Brownies
Two words: sugar rush.
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