Halloween Class Party Treats

Both of my kids are out of elementary school. I have to admit, it’s so strange not having a child in elementary. Halloween is coming up quick and normally, right about now, I would be signing up to bring something to their Halloween class party. If you are looking for something fun to bring to your child’s classroom, you can to the right place! These are the best Halloween treats for your child’s class party!

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Halloween Class Party Snack Ideas

Class parties, especially the Halloween class party, were the things my kids looked forward to most in elementary school! If you are allowed to bring homemade treats to your class parties, then you must try one of these adorable treats!

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These creepy apple monster mouths are PERFECT for your child’s Halloween class party. I guarantee you, the kids will love them! Not only that, but they look easy enough to make that you can either prepare them ahead of time or it can be one of the stations at the party for the kids to make!

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I love these blood splattered cupcakes! Knowing kids, especially my own, they would like them too! Every class party my kids have had, always has a station where the kids make their own dessert item. These cupcakes are perfect for the kids to make by themselves!

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This next treat, BooNanas, are as cute as they sound. Perfect for preschool classrooms on up into elementary. Girl Raised in the South really knew what she was doing with this treat! Not only do kids like bananas, but they will love saying BooNanas (so much so, the banana may become the boonana permanently for the year)!

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Every Halloween class party needs the pumpkin decorated sugar cookies! Kids love sugar cookies and they will love these Halloween Pumpkin Candy Bag cookies by Food Fun & Faraway Places! Sugar cookies are my absolute favorite!

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I saved my favorite cookies for last! The Monster Eye cookies! I don’t know what it is about those candy eyeballs, but they are my absolute favorite little baking doodad. You can make anything fun with little eyeballs!

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Soooo….which of these Halloween class party treats is your favorite? Most importantly, what are you and/or your kids dressing up as for Halloween?


Party Perfect Halloween Desserts

Are you having a Halloween party this year? Do you need a Halloween dessert to take to your child’s class party? Whether you want to take something quick and easy or something a little more elaborate, these Halloween desserts are perfect for any Halloween party setting! Your kids (and you…lets be real here) will love these tasty desserts!

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Making fun Halloween desserts is something I enjoy. I haven’t done it in a few years, but that is going to change this year. Whether you are making desserts for work, your child’s class party or a party you are hosting/attending, these Halloween desserts are super fun and perfect for any Halloween occasion.

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Halloween Desserts You Must Make

Everyone loves brownies. It’s typically the first thing I sign up to take to a get together. That or cookies. These Halloween Brownie Bites are perfect! Plus they have those little candy corn pumpkins on them. I love those!

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Two of my favorite things are Jello and candy corn. Candy corn is one of those things that you either love or hate. I think the same goes for Jello. However, I love both. This would be a perfect dessert for a Halloween class party! Check out Girl Raised in the South for the recipe!

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This next Halloween dessert recipe is perfect to take to work. Everyone at work will be happy to see this Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Pizza in the office! No dessert table is complete without chocolate and peanut butter!

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When my kids were in elementary school, each of their class parties usually had a table where the kids could make their own dessert. The Ghostly Pudding Cups are the perfect dessert for kids to put together at their class party.

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At Christmas time, one of my favorite things in the world is pepperment bark. When I saw this super easy Halloween bark, I knew I had to share the recipe with you. It’s super cute and something you could have your kids help you with. I bet they would love to place the candy eyeballs!

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You know those white fudge covered Oreos that only come out during the holidays? They were always my favorite. These easy Halloween Spiderweb Oreos are the Halloween version! They really do look easy to make. Just think about how excited your child would be to open their lunch box up to one of these delicious Halloween cookies?!?

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So tell me, which of these Halloween desserts is your favorite?


Fun Halloween Treats for Kids

Halloween is right around the corner. If you have kids, or even if you don’t, this is the time of year people look forward to most. Dressing up, going to parties, trick or treating, and making fun Halloween themed snacks are all things you love doing. Or, maybe you don’t, and that’s OK! You do it for your kids. I get it! These halloween treats for kids are fun and super easy to make!

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My kids are 14 and 11…on one hand, I am a bit sad that we are approaching the end of the whole Halloween dressing up and trick or treating thing. However, and I bet I can speak for everyone that lives in Michigan that when those trick or treating days end, it’s kind of nice NOT freezing your butt off as you walk the neighborhood with the kids! Despite being at the age where they won’t want to dress up anymore, they still love all of these Halloween treats!

Halloween Treats for Kids

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Everyone loves a pudding dirt cup dessert! This Halloween variation is fun for kids to make and eat! Kids love Peeps candy and these Halloween Peepshalloween treats are perfect for this recipe! For those of you with kids in elementary school, this would be a great Halloween class party treat for the kids to put together themselves!

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If you are looking for a treat that will get your kids laughing (and it’s SUPER easy for you to put together), then this Easy Dracula donut is calling your name! I know those Dracula teeth were super popular with my kids when they were younger. Shoot…they would love it if I put this together for them now! Surprise your kids one weekend morning with donuts…but don’t forget the dracula teethhalloween treats.

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These are my favorite! They are perfect for a Halloween party! Super easy to make and little ones can help by placing the eyes on. The best part is, the crazier the eye placement, the better! This variety pack of candy eyeballshalloween treats on Amazon are perfect! Have fun making these monster marshmallows!

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This mummy snack mix is so good! I make something similar at Easter time. It’s a definitely crowd pleaser. While I would personally love it with candy corn, I know that some people don’t like candy corn. You can really customize a recipe like this with whatever Halloween themed candy you would like!

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This next Halloween treat is one my daughter had fun putting together. This treat is perfect for the classroom. It seems like every class party each year in elementary school, the kids decorate a sugar cookie as their “treat” for the party. Why not pick up a bunch of pudding cups and some marshmallows and let the kids make this?!? Check out the other variations we did.

 

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How cute is this?!? One of my favorite things in the WORLD (before I found out I was allergic to gluten) were the white chocolate covered Oreos. This Oreo Pop recipe makes a cute Halloween treat for kids, but it’s also something that I think you couple put plastic wrap around and have your child give their teacher as a cute little Halloween gift!

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Surprise your kids one morning with these adorable cinnamon roll mummies! My kids love cinnamon rolls. I’ll let you in on a little secrete…they think I make them cinnamon rolls when, in reality, I just go to Ikea, but their cinnamon rolls and put them on a plate. Shhh! You can do the same and still make these super cute mummies!

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This candy bark looks fun for kids and sounds delicious! I want to make it, just to have the gummy frogs! Seriously though…what a cute Halloween dessert for kids. It’s perfect for little ones to help out too! Spread out the melted chocolate and let the kids randomly press the different candies wherever they want! My daughter and I will be making this for Halloween this year!

What are your favorite Halloween treats and snacks?


Gluten Free Chewy Sugar Cookies

My absolute favorite cookie in the world is a sugar cookie. While I will eat the thin and sort of crispy sugar cookies, the ones that really get me excited are the chewy sugar cookies. You know the kind I’m talking about. The ones with the center that is just barely done. Before I started the Keto diet, I am embarrassed to say how many sugar cookies I was able to eat in one sitting. I . wouldn’t call myself a master baker, but I am able to follow a recipe. The one thing I was never able to make very well were sugar cookies. They always looked deflated and they were most definitely NOT chewy! Until now.

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Buying pre-made sugar cookie dough was what I’ve always done. I even went as far as to buy sugar cookie dough that was already cut into shapes for Christmas. Not even lying. That solved several issues for me. My inability to make good, chewy sugar cookies, and not having to deal with flour all over my kitchen with my kids cutting out cookies. I am not that kind of mom and that’s OK! Once I learned that I needed to eat gluten free, I pretty much figured my chewy sugar cookie days were over. NOPE!

Gluten Free Chewy Sugar Cookies

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup Salted Butter, softened 
  • 1 1/2 cups Sugar
  • 2 Large Eggs
  • 1 1/2 tsp Vanilla
  • 2 1/2 cups Gluten Free Flour (I prefer this brandchewy sugar cookies)
  • 3/4 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1/4 heaping tsp Salt

Directions

For the directions on how to bake these chewy sugar cookies to perfection, be sure to check Iowa Girl Eats. I followed her directions to a T and my cookies were perfect! Even non-gluten free people loved them!

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One thing I learned, when I was making these sugar cookies, was that not all baking powders were gluten free. I quickly dumped what I had and purchased the Clabber Girl brand. It says right on the container that it is gluten free. Better safe than sorry. Also, I baked cookies for the first time with parchment paper on the baking sheet and it made a HUGE difference in getting those chewy sugar cookies! I will definitely be doing that again the next time I make these cookies! One thing I will be doing the next time I bake these is using lemon extract in place of vanilla. I bet that will taste delicious!


Banana Muffins with Chocolate and Peanut Butter

One thing my kids really like are muffins. It really doesn’t matter what kind of muffins either. Although, they are rather partial to banana muffins. Can you blame them? There are very few things better than bananas, chocolate or peanut butter. Add all of those things together and you have epic banana muffins with chocolate and peanut butter.

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Banana Muffins with Chocolate and Peanut Butter

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Sugar
  • 1/2 cup Butter, softened
  • 2 Eggs
  • 2-3 Ripe Bananas, mashed (about 1 cup or so)
  • 2/3 cup Peanut Butter
  • 1 TBSP Milk
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 2 Cups Gluten Free Flour (Try thisbanana muffins)
  • 1 TBSP Unsweetened Cocoa
  • 1 tsp Baking Soda
  • 1/2 tsp Salt

Directions

  1. Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Cream your butter and sugar together until completely incorporated. Next add your eggs, one at a time, beating well after each egg you add.
  3. Beat in the bananas, peanut butter, milk and vanilla.
  4. Combine all of your dry ingredients and add it to your wet ingredients little by little. Mix the two together with a large spoon or spatula.
  5. Put your banana muffins batter in the fridge for one hour.
  6. Fill your muffin liners all the way to the top with your batter.
  7. Bake at 425 degrees for 10 minutes. Lower your oven temperature to 350 degrees and bake for an additional 10-12 minutes. Check it at the 10 minute mark with a toothpick. If it comes out clean, pull them out. If not, leave them in for an additional 1-2 minutes. Mine took the additional 2 minutes.
  8. Allow the banana muffins to cool in the muffin tin for about 3-4 minutes. Then take them out and put them on a wire rack. They will be hot!

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So…you’re probably wondering why the two temperatures for the banana muffins. I had read that if you wanted to get that nice domed look that professional bakers get with their muffins and cupcakes, you need to do that with the baking. Normally mine will have that domed look, more so than what they have here, but I accidentally used baking powder instead of baking soda. While they taste pretty much how they should…I don’t think they look like they normally do!

How did they taste?

AMAZING! Both kids devoured one very quickly. Technically I am the only one in the house that has to eat gluten free, but my kids prefer the baked goods I make with gluten free flour better than anything else. They are a tad more dense than non-gluten free baked goods, but they are delicious! However, if you don’t eat gluten free, no worries! Simply make this with regular flour!

Also, another FYI tip for you…if you accidentally use baking powder instead of baking soda and realize it before you put the item in the oven, I have a fix for you. After lots of googling, I read that you can use 3 times the amount of baking powder in place of baking soda. Is it a perfect fix? Probably not as good as using baking soda, but it worked just fine!

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Other recipes you may like:

Peanut Butter Banana Bread

Gluten Free Banana Cranberry Muffins

Gluten Free Strawberry Banana Bread

What are your favorite kind of muffins?