These Halloween recipes for kids are delightfuly ghoulish and delectably tasty. All of these recipes would make good treats for a Halloween party (either at home or at school) and many of these recipes are simple enough for the kids to make all by themselves. The dirt dessert is especially simple and makes a good cooking activity for very young kids any time of the year.
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These fun pretzel kisses have that sweet-salty flavor combination that everyone just loves. Use regular Hershey kisses or (my preference) the dark Hershey kisses to make these. The kids can definitely help with this recipe; just be sure they're careful with candy corn. The melted chocolate can get hot.
Halloween recipes for kids don't get much more fun than this one. With chocolate pudding, Cool Whip, crushed Oreos and gummy worms, this dirt is far tastier than it sounds. Young kids, especially, will enjoy making this dirt dessert recipe.
These Halloween Rice Krispie treats will make a big impression at your Halloween party. And kids love making these halloween treats.
This is one of those Halloween recipes for kids that's as fun to make as it is to eat. Be sure to use regular (not low fat) crescent dough for these mummy dogs. It's easier to wrap around the hot dogs.
Halloween recipes for kids should be fun to make, and these Halloween monster face pizzas are. With English muffins as the crust, this Halloween pizza recipe is a cinch to prepare.
This is one of those Halloween recipes that's so simple for kids to make, even preschoolers can handle this recipe by themselves.
These brownies make a perfect Halloween recipe for kids, because they start with a mix. Kids love decorating these brownies with candy corn, chocolate chips and mini marshmallows
These monster meatballs and spaghetti will delight and disgust the kids. And it's a snap to make. The whole recipe is prepared in the slow cooker. Just add the olive slices for the eyes right before serving.