Need some amazing kids Halloween party food ideas? I have rounded up some of the best fun Halloween treats for Halloween parties for kids.
Halloween is one of the best holidays for themed food – there are so many fun ideas. You can make your treats look scary, gross, or cute! And the best part, is so many of the ideas are easy to create yourself.
Have different dietary needs? You’ll find a mix of sweet treats, healthy foods, and other types of fun Halloween snacks. You’ll be able to find the perfect recipe for your crowd in this bunch of recipes.
If you aren’t having a Halloween party, you can still use so many of these recipes to create your own Halloween themed dinner for your kids, afternoon snack, or even snack to send to lunch.
Use a round cookie cutter to create these super easy Mummy brownies from Dancing Through the Rain. They're such easy Halloween treats that kids can easily help make. All you need are some candy eyes, frosting, and brownie mix.
This easy Halloween party food is a great savory option that is totally kid friendly. What kid doesn't love pizza? Crayons and Cravings show you how to easily use a ghost cookie cutter to make these adorable edible ghosts.
Want your kids to eat at least a little fruit at a party? Have them try these semi-healthy strawberry mice. It's a great way to get your kids to eat some fruit when they're eating nothing but sugary treats all night.
This next easy recipe would be great for not just a party but an afternoon snack. You use healthier ingredients including apples to make little monsters. It'd be a great addition to any Halloween party spread.
Food isn't the only good part of a Halloween party. Don't forget to make a fun Halloween kid-friendly drinks. This punch has got some spooky vibes with its green color and floating witches hats to make it appear like the punch is full of melted witches.
Make a boring food fun with some crescent roll dough. Take meatballs and turn them into little mummies. You could use olives if you want a darker color eye but I do think the pepperoni red eyes are a bit more kid-friendly.
This next easy Halloween dessert is a great option for all Halloween events. These easy to grab and go cupcakes have a fun Halloween touch with the faux headstones. You could even change up what's written on the headstones.
Hot dogs are the base for this easy peasy recipe. With just a few simple ingredients, you can make these festive hot dogs perfect for the Halloween season. They'd also make a fun Halloween-themed dinner at home.
This Halloween green mac and cheese is the perfect kids Halloween party food. Texan Erin takes a kid's favorite and turns it green for Halloween. It'd be a great Halloween dinner to serve on Halloween night.
Jell-o jigglers are an often forgot about older dessert that is so much fun. Kids will love these Halloween shaped treats. You can use any flavor of jell-o that'd you like but I'd suggest a color like orange, green, or red, to go with the Halloween theme!
Look at these cute monsters made out of chicken! Who knew you could assemble a bunch of store bought ingredients into such a fun Halloween food. They make great Halloween party appetizers. And for kids and people who don't like olives, they can pick them right off.
Chex mix is always a fan favorite at holiday parties. I love that it can be modified for any holiday. This recipe uses candy corn, Halloween M & M's, pretzels, and chocolate covered raisins. This is one of those easy Halloween recipes that you can modify to add your own ingredients.
These spooky Halloween pizzas are quick and easy to make with a no-yeast Greek yogurt pizza crust! Kids and adults with love this fun twist on pizza night! You can make spider pizzas with black olives or jack-o-lantern face pizzas with pepperoni or peppers.
Ice cream cones make these fun witch hat cupcakes super easy. I've made these with my kids before and they are super easy to do. You can honestly take any cake mix you like as the base and use store bought frosting.
These hot dog fingers are a disgusting looking delicious party food for kids. They're a great addition to any Halloween party menu. I love that they turn a super kid-friendly food into a spooky looking Halloween snack. It'll be a kid-favorite for sure.
This is one of those fun Halloween food ideas that everyone loves. You take a store bought cookie dough (peanut butter cookie dough is always a favorite) and add peanut butter cups to the top. Use melted chocolate chips to create the legs and add on some candy eyes.
Plastic spiders make these spider web cupcakes a favorite for kids - I like to use the plastic spider rings because kids always love those at Halloween time. If you'd rather it all be edible, you could use chocolate spiders instead. Use any flavor cupcake as the base and store bought white frosting as the base. Kids will love helping you make these festive cupcakes.
Be ready for dinner when October 31st arrives with this Halloween mummy Stromboli. You can even sneak some secret veggies in this dinner if you want to make it a little healthier. You can make them in different sizes - one large one to share or mini individual ones.
Cakesicles have become a more popular treat in recent years and I can see why - they are so much fun to match to your theme. For this Halloween version, you can use oreo cookies, sprinkles, food coloring, chocolate melting discs, and more to create adorable cakesicles.
This is one of the grossest Halloween foods I've seen yet. You take crescent rolls and ground meat to create this intestine looking dish. It's probably a good idea to have a back up in addition to this because some kids may be too grossed out to even try it (while others will try it simply because it's gross).
Spooky oranges is one of my favorite go-to Halloween kid party foods. They are SO easy and of course, they're a healthy Halloween snack. You can make these up for a party or even throw them in your kids lunches.