1. Petrified Bananas
This adorably spooky treat won’t take more than five minutes to make, and is a great way to use up all your bananas before they turn bad. Simply cut each banana into half, then use chocolate chip (or apply melted chocolate if you have the time) for the faces.
2. Monster-shaped Apple & Oatmeal Cookie
This healthy combo will make for a fun Halloween party. For the apple, carve out a section for the mouth, and stick cut almonds or other nuts into it for “teeth”. Make the eyes stand out with satay sticks, marshmallow and onion rings or biscuits.
3. Tiny Orange Pumpkins
Want to up your child’s vitamin C intake? Make oranges more apeeling by turning them into tiny pumpkin lookalikes! Simply peel them, then stick a short vegetable stalk into the centre, easy peasy.
4. Frankenstein's Monster Toast
Give regular avocado toast a horror-movie twist with this adorable Frankenstein-themed idea. All you need are olives, guacamole, a bit of red capsicum and boiled egg slices.
Watch this video for more cute toast ideas:
5. Scary Breakfast Toast
Raise the stakes with peanut butter by arranging a spooky face on it with raw almonds, blueberries and banana slices. A well-balanced breakfast packaged in a unique way is sure to surprise the kids!
Here are four ways to cook with peanut butter:
7. Cheesy Jack-O-Lantern Sandwich
This cheeky lunchbox idea is perfect for Halloween. You will need cheese slices and a sharp knife to carve out the perfect Jack-o-lantern face. Don’t be afraid to get creative with it.
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8. Monster Mouth Apples
This spooky treat is so easy to make and a great healthy alternative to all the sweets out there. You will need sliced apples, peanut butter and something for the “teeth”, such as mini marshmallows, yogurt-covered raisins and more.
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Tip: Soak the sliced apples in lemon water for about 10 minutes to prevent them from browning quickly.
9. Ghost Pancakes
Let your kids create their own pancake ghosties by putting the pancake mix into a squeeze bottle (which you can get from supermarkets and places like Daiso), so they can draw their creations directly onto the pan or skillet. Decorate with chocolate chips, nuts or fruits.
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10. Freaky Zombie Fingers
These realistic-looking “fingers” are a great way to makeover a regular hot dog bun. Simply slice lines into the sausage and cut out a small section for the fingernail, before drizzling ketchup all over for the “blood”.
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11. Mummified Sandwich
This is an ingenious way to keep your child’s food protected, while adding a spooky factor. Wrap the sandwich or food item in a kitchen towel, and uses extra strips or a white ribbon for the mummy’s bandages. Googly eyes add a touch of cuteness.
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12. Jack-o-lantern Pumpkin Pizza
Instead of a tomato-sauce base, try using pumpkin mash instead. Let junior help you out with decorating the face with capcisum and zucchini. Get the full recipe here.