October is here– bring on the pumpkins, bats, and candy!
The excitement for spooky season is at an all-time high as people look forward to a normal year again. There’s even research to prove it! A recent study showed that 86% of all Americans aged 35-44 are more excited than ever for Halloween this year.
With upcoming parties, movie nights, and more, you’re going to need some go-to snack recipes. Try some of these festive and fruity creations for your next ghostly gathering:
Strawberry Ghosts – If you thought chocolate-covered strawberries were only for Valentine’s Day, think again. This spooky take on the popular treat is both delicious and adorable. It doesn’t take many ingredients, and they’re a boo-tiful addition to any Halloween spread! Get the recipe here.
Apple Monster Bites – These apple bites are cute, fun, and monstrously delicious. The recipe is super kid friendly to eat and make, so grab the kids and get their help in the kitchen on this one. The recipe calls for sunflower butter, but feel free to use whatever nut butter strikes your fancy. Get the recipe here.
Oreo Mummy Pops – Oreos and chocolate – how could you possibly go wrong? These aren’t exactly a fruit treat, but they were too cute not to include. They’re surprisingly simple to create, and they’ll be a crowd-pleaser for kids and adults alike. Get the recipe here.
Candy Coated “Poison” Apples – This one’s for the Disney fans out there. Recognize this “poison” apple? This recipe takes a normal candy apple and adds a magical flair that looks like a work of art. Be careful with this one. You don’t want to scare any of the little princesses! Get the recipe here.