15 Tasty Halloween Treats Your Toddlers Will Love
Lookie-Lookie Cookie Pops
These fun, kid-friendly, and super yummy cookie pops are the perfect treat for Halloween! Your friends and family will not be able to resist one–or two, or three.
Candy Corn Cookies
Those fancy Halloween slice-and-bake cookies are a breeze to make at home thanks to a little food coloring. And trust us, these candy corn cookies are infinitely more delicious than the Halloween candy they’re inspired by (no offense if you like candy corn). Easy to make and absolutely adorable, these autumn-inspired treats are as perfect to send for the kids’ school Halloween party as they are to bring to your own fall festivities. You can even prep the dough a few days in advance and refrigerate, so that baking off the candy corn cookies is a breeze on the day you plan to eat them. Just follow the recipe through step 3, and be sure to wrap the loaf pan tightly with a few layers of plastic wrap.
Gooey Gummy Worms
This is such a fun recipe to do with kids... and you'll love to serve them and hear the giggles. If you're a real candy connoisseur, you might like to make these in candy molds for fancier gummy candy.
The anise in these little cookies goes well with the little licorice legs on each one!
Chocolate Cupcakes with Meringue Ghosts
Add googly eyes to pretty much anything and you're guaranteed a laugh with the toddler crowd! They may eat the meringue topper, or they may use it to torment their siblings.
Little Monster Cupcakes
Pumpkin-Vanilla Ice Cream Sandwiches
These whoopie pies give a whole knew meaning to cake and ice cream! Vanilla ice cream is sandwiched between the festive orange cakes that are pack with pumpkin flavor.
Slicing these cookies is half the fun. You never know what silly or scary expression you will get!
Cheesy Snake Cake
This cheesy cake takes on a scary look when a snake slithers across the top!
These cookies are simply delicious all by themselves. But add some frosting and a black frosting spiderweb and you'll have a party cookie!
Make this fun Halloween treat for the kids to take to school.
Wormy Popcorn Balls
If your kiddo is big enough to eat popcorn safely, try this popcorn balls with wiggly worms sneaking out. We suggest making them smaller than you normally would to fit the pint-sized mouths you're feeding.
Black Kitty Cat Cupcakes
Chocolate Spider Cupcakes
These spooky spiderweb cupcakes for Halloween are easier to decorate than you think. Simply frost in white icing, then pipe black icing in concentric circles and drag a toothpick through them to create the webbed effect. For kid-friendly cupcakes, use water instead of bourbon in the frosting.
Jack-o'-Lantern Sugar Cookies
Get your toddler in on the decorating fun! To ensure they still look like pumpkins, let the adults do the base coloring, then let the kids add the decorations to make the face. Ask them to make happy, sad, scared, and silly cookies for extra fun!