Not so tricky treats from

My little goblins gobbled up Halloween treats from so fast it was spooky! Little helping hands in the kitchen make the meal taste that much better…especially when the Halloween menu consists of ghostinishot dog mummies and vampire blood tomato soup.   

At our house, we try to celebrate Halloween the whole month of October. The best parts are when the kids can participate and love what they’re making. You can’t go wrong with tomato soup, but when it becomes vampire tomato soup, it just has more of a bite!

These ghostinis couldn’t have been easier for my daughter to make. Plus, cookie cutters make everything taste better.

My little boy loved this spooky version of one of his favorite snacks, pigs in a blanket. When I told him he was making hot dog mummies he was ready to wrap up the dogs and couldn’t wait to eat them.

The spirit of Halloween can be felt in our tummies. These recipes for kids helped to set the mood and brought many smiles with each bite.  

 The Halloween season is alive with color and some not so tricky treats to be enjoyed by the whole family. 

Wishing you a very happy Halloween full of good things to eat. Find more ideas from in their Halloween Section.   

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