Easy and Yummy Halloween Treats You Have to Make With Your Kids

Covid-19 might have postponed a lot of things, but I refused to let it stop the Halloween celebrations! Despite me encouraging my children to be whatever they want to be every day of the year, Halloween feels like the one day of year that even adults can join in on the optimism!

I grew up extremely sheltered and Christian so Halloween was celebrated sparingly. With my children, my husband and I vowed to still withhold our faith’s beliefs but still allow the kids to have fun!

This year I decided to crank up the celebration by making some scary treats! Cook with me!

Disclaimer: I am not a professional chef or baker.

Finger hotdogs

This treat is super easy to make! I figured, we couldn’t have a scary food night without a main course shocker!

Ingredients

•hotdogs

•hotdog buns

•blood, I mean ketchup!

Cooking instructions

-cut nail shape out at the top of the hotdog

-boil hotdogs for 4-5 minutes

-serve in bun with lots of ketchup!

Intestines

This treat was the scariest one of all! My four year old was slightly freaked out when he saw the finished product, but he got over his fear after he tasted his first bite!

Ingredients

•cinnamon roll dough

•Strawberry jelly

I’d recommend using some red food coloring to enhance the red color! Mine came out pink!

Baking instructions

-unroll cinnamon rolls to look like intestines

-bake cinnamon rolls as instructed on packaging

-mix frosted glaze with strawberry jelly

-frost your fresh intestines and serve!

Mummy dogs

This recipe is so cute! My kids loved how they turned out and this recipe only took 10 minutes!

Ingredients

•crescent roll dough

•shredded cheddar cheese

•hotdogs

•candy eyes

Baking instructions

-on a baking pan, spread dough out until flat

-sprinkle shredded cheese on the dough

-roll hotdog in dough

-bake at 350 for 10 minutes

-with water, base and add candy eyes

Tada! You’re all done! You’re officially the coolest mom ever! You’re welcome! Happy Halloween

Xoxo,

Christian

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