Our team shares some fun Halloween snacks to make at home
Spook-tacular Halloween Snacks
Five Fun Halloween Snacks
Our Den teams are busy gearing up for some spooktacular fun this Halloween, from fun arts and crafts, spellbinding games and monster parties.
To help you get into the fun of Halloween our team share some recipes for tasty Halloween snacks to make with children. We have shared, simple and fun ideas that are perfect for all ages.
Varying sizes of chocolate chips and chocolate buttons or melted chocolate
Cut bananas to give varying sizes of ghosts.
Use small chocolate chips to make eyes and larger ones for open mouths on each ghost banana.
If you are using melted chocolate drizzle on to banana to make eyes and mouth on each ghost.
Silly Apple Monsters
2 Green apples
2 tbsp peanut butter/ Nutella / Biscoff spread
Small handful rice Krispies
Cut the apples into quarters, then cut off the core section. This will be the "back" of the face.
On the opposite side, cut a wedge to make a mouth area.
Spread your choice of peanut butter, nutella or biscoff spread on the inside mouth area, add a slice of strawberry as a tongue and stick in some rice krispies as teeth.
Add googly eyes to complete the monster.
Slice thin strips of puff pastry, then wrap these strips around hotdog so that it looks like mummy bandages.
Cook in oven until pastry is golden brown.
Add googly eyes once cooked.
A bar of melted white chocolate
A small amount of melted milk chocolate
Dip strawberries into white chocolate and leave these to set on some greaseproof paper.
Once the white chocolate has set use the melted milk chocolate to create eyes and mouth.
1/2 cup almond milk (or milk of your choice, but we find almond goes best with pumpkin)
1 frozen medium banana
1/2 cup pureed pumpkin
2 tbsp honey
1/4 tsp nutmeg
1 tsp vanilla extract
Simply pop all ingredients in a blender and combine until smooth.
For extra effect, draw a spooky face on the glass the smoothie is being served in.
We would love to see photos of your fun Halloween snacks, share them on social media and tag @luxuryfamilyhotels in the post.