Halloween food for toddlers

Okay, so not JUST for toddlers. But so much of the cool Halloween food in the shops is aimed at older kids and almost all of it is full of sugar, I thought I’d write a post to show that the littler members of the family don’t have to miss out. My sis-in-law is having a Halloween party for a big group of toddlers and their Mama’s so I’ve been playing around with some fun food ideas to take with us.

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You may have already seen my posts for Halloween biscuits and trail mix – if you missed them they are just here – click on the pic for the recipes!

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Next, exactly 15 seconds of cuteness showing you how to make an owl for a healthy Halloween treat. Dexter LOVED this…(also, you subscribe to my YouTube channel here).

Amazing what you can do with a wafer and some fruit and nuts (obviously the usual disclaimer about being careful giving whole nuts to very little ones – they are a choking hazard). I

Next up! How about some yummy pear crisps at your Halloween feast? They are soooo easy to make. Simply slice into thin discs, place on baking paper, sprinkle with cinnamon and bake at 90c fan for a couple of hours. So many of you asked for this recipe I just had to include it.

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Okay, how about some more cute stuff? I used a bat shaped cutter to make fruit bats from Melon and made a silly spooky bagel face. Halloween breakfast in 2 minutes flat!

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Or, a spooky spider made from raisins and half a plum? (thanks to Grace at Eats Amazing for the inspo – if you haven’t ooogled her blog and Bento shop yet you must). The eyes are Heavenly Halos and the mouth is just a bit of flesh from the plum.

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And to drink? How about a spooky green smoothie…complete with eyeball poking out of the top!?

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The eyeball is completely edible and really easy to make! I used a cake-pop mold. All you need to do is pop a blueberry in the bottom, then a squeeze of fruit puree (I used a coconut squishee from Heavenly to make it super quick) and topped with yoghurt. Freeze for about 1/2 an hour and you are good to go!

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They look ace on top of the green smoothie! The smoothie is just a frozen mix of kale, kiwi, spinach and mango blitzed up with orange. Perfect for a healthy snack before the trick or treating begins!

I hope this has given you some inspo for any Halloween fun you have coming up – do tag me in any photos or write a comment below; I love seeing them!

For EVEN MORE Halloween fun, go see Mandy at Sneaky Veg for her Halloween round up – loads of amazing ideas from the Kid Food Collective. I’m constantly being inspired by these guys!

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xxx

Two Tiny Hands
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11 thoughts on “Halloween food for toddlers

    1. So glad you like them! I’ve had a couple of people say they have tried the eyeballs out already and they’ve been really effective…if not a little gross ahhahhh!! I’ve also seen babybels with some of the wax carved which looks really easy too!!

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  1. All these fab ideas for the halloween party we are holding…thank you so much!! love it!:)

    Mainy

    #familyfun

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