A Halloween party just for the kids – frightfully cute treats that are sweet and oh so easy to make!
Peanuts cookies inspired by the movie, “It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown!” Click here for easy directions.
My Pumpkin Patch Mini Cake is so easy to make! Click here for a full tutorial.
Chocolate Zombie Pudding Cups are so easy to make it’s scary! Click here for my step-by-step directions.
Super cute candy corn kitty cake pops – for tutorial, click here.
Spooky Cat Pudding Cups – so easy to make, it’s scary – click here for directions.
Zombie Nutter Butter cookies, a spooktacularly easy dessert! For an super simple tutorial, click here.
These graveyard pudding cups are bootifully simple to make. For easy directions click here.
A cute little spin on brownies! Gumball spiders decorate these store-bought brownie bites. Click here for directions!
Did you see the cute little spiders mixed in with the large ones in the photo above? Didja? Didja? Aren’t they cute?
Seriously – what’s a Halloween party without eye scream? Easy “eye scream” sandwich instructions here.
Since I am a Snoopy FREAK, I had to make these pumpkin patch graham crackers! For full directions, click here.
Leftover candy corn? Make THESE. Butterfinger truffles that taste JUST LIKE a Butterfinger candy bar – 3 ingredients and SO EASY. For the recipe, click here.
Eek! Squeak! This Sweet Halloween Mouse was made from a Hershey’s Kiss and a Jordan Almond. Click here to see how!
Witch hats that the kiddos will have fun decorating. Super easy to make, they can conjure up a bunch of these in no time! Get the directions here.
Black cats that are too cute to spook. Made of Oreos, M&M’s and other simple ingredients, click here for easy instructions.
Spooky eye monster cupcakes that are more silly than spooky. Spooky Gumball Eyes are the main ingredient for fun! Kids will have a blast creating their own little monsters – for directions, click here.
Can you guess what I used to make these teeny tiny ghosts? Click here to find out!
Battery operated candlesticks are the only way to go for a kids party. My totally awesome sponsor, Wight’s Home and Garden supplied all of the decorations for my table. The BOO letters, lace webs, cupcake stand, glitter pumpkins and the stuffed black cats were just some of the Halloween products they provided.
Now you’re all set for a no-so-spooky set up for the kiddos! So frightfully cute!