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9 Store Bought Halloween Party Foods to Make in Less than 5 Minutes for busy moms. These DIY Halloween treats will make everyone happy at the school harvest party. No chocolate melting or baking. Just simple Halloween fun.
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Holidays with young kids are some of my favorite times. Seeing the excitement with all the decorations and fun treats warms a mama’s heart. But if you have young kids at home, you know that time thing is not always abundant. You may have high hopes of creating homemade chocolate cupcakes with perfectly hand rolled witch hats made of fondant. But then the 4 year old wants to play barbies, the 10 year old needs to go to basketball practice and the baby needs to well, eat. So your Halloween cupcake dreams are momentarily crushed. Now you are staring at the grocery store shelves looking for something easy and also cute (probably with a toddler screaming at your feet).
To make the Halloween season go a little smoother, we have collaborated with some great bloggers to bring you 9 store bought Halloween party foods to make in less than 5 minutes!
9 Store Bought Halloween Party Foods to Make in Less than 5 Minutes
My kids probably get more excited about a Halloween Oreo than they would about any fancy dessert that I could create. Note that I said “would.” Elaborate desserts are a thing I enjoyed before kids. No bake, done in 5 minutes are a little more my style these days. Especially since little man has decided to learn to walk and is in to everything.
Here are 9 store bought Halloween party foods to make for your kids school party. These are also great for a fun October lunch or dinner treat.
Mummy Snack Cakes I can’t believe how much these look like a tiny mummy and it took me no time at all to make thanks to my BFF, her name is Little Debbie.
Ghost Snack Cakes A simple ghost face on a delicious white chocolate ding dong is sure to make your kid smile.
Pumpkin Cupcakes These are great because they are not spooky at all. Perfect for a school or church fall harvest party.
Spooky Eyeball Sandwich by Kimspired DIY – Such a fun lunch option for the Halloween season! I make a million PB&J’s a month so why not make it into an eyeball!
Jack O Lantern Mandarin Orange Cups by Mission to Save – Fruit disguised in a Halloween costume is always welcome at my house. Sugar sure is fun but gosh the kids get so much of it this time of year. I want to put these in the lunchbox for school.
Halloween Witch Hat Cookies by Princess Pinky Girl – These cute witch cookies have an oreo base and just four ingredients.
Vampire Donuts by the Happy Family Blog – I know my kids would love the donuts but the bagel idea is another great way to add some Halloween fun to your table with a low sugar item.
Pudding Bat by The Inspiration Edit – These pudding bats are so adorable! If you need a prepackaged item for a class party, this is a unique dessert to send.
Ghost Cheese Sticks & Jack O Lantern Cuties by Sizzling Eats – Great non-candy options to put in a lunch box that are still fun and festive.
I hope these 9 store bought Halloween party foods to make in less than 5 minutes help to get you time for an extra cup of coffee (oh & make your kids super happy)!