Preparing treats for the school Halloween party can sometimes be a daunting task if you’re looking to do something a little out of the ordinary. One of the most important things to find out first if the school has any restrictions on the types of treats your children can bring into the school and if any of the children have food allergies.
Easy Halloween Cupcakes: If you’re not that handy when it comes to baking these easy Halloween cupcakes are perfect for you to create. Prepare a package or two of chocolate cupcakes according to the package and ice with premade chocolate icing. Purchase white icing that’s already in the decorating tubes (can be found in the bakery isle at your grocery store) and decorate with simple skeletons. If you’re having trouble with the decorating you can also purchase Halloween style rings and insert them in the middle. Another easy alternative is to draw spider webs with decorators icing.
Eerie Fingers: If you’re looking for a health alternative cut carrots into finger length portions (these could be child sized fingers) shave the tops to look like finger nail beds and cut apple pieces to look like finger nails. Use any type of vegetable dip recipe you want to dip the carrots into. Fix the finger nails to the carrots using a little bit of softened cream cheese.
If your school does not permit the students to bring food treats for their Halloween party these following Halloween treats are sure to be a hit.
Spooky Treat Bags: Treat bags are something all kids love. Treat bags can be filled with all types of Halloween oriented items from miniature notepads, crayons, novelty items and small pieces of candy (if permitted).
Halloween Crafts: there are various places online where you can purchase little kits that kids can put together. Most kids love the chance to be creative, boy or girl alike. These crafts come in all sorts of themes and Halloween is certainly going to serve many options. Just make sure you take into consideration the opposite sex of the class as little boys will probably not want to make spooky little purses. These kits can be sent home with kids after the festivities are over or possibly done as a classroom project depending on the teacher.