Fresh Ideas: Taunting Treats for Haunting EatsWe’re in the final countdown to Halloween! It’s just five days away and while kids are thinking about all of the candy they’re going to collect, parents are probably thinking about the best healthy snacks that will keep little tummies full before they head out the door. Dan Hittle of Albertsons joined us on GMW to share some hauntingly "Fresh Ideas."
This first one is very imaginative and easy!
How about serving some of these creepy peepers?
Simply slice carrots into 1-inch thick chunks. Add a small dollop of cream cheese and top it off with one-half of a black olive and they’re ready to serve.
a bag of carrots cut into 1-inch- thick 2 tbsp.
half a spoonful of cream cheese
half a black olive
Here’s a snack made with two other ingredients that kids love – cheese and tortillas!
These are pumpkin wraps. Simply lay American cheese slices on sun-dried-tomato tortillas. Roll them up and cut into 1-inch sections. Use a toothpick to secure each roll up. Top with a sprig of cilantro or parsley.
American cheese slices
Cilantro or parsley
How would you like to take a bite of a muffin that’s staring back at you?
Take one half of an English muffin and spread a tablespoon of pizza sauce onto it. Set olive slices in place of the eyes and add round slices of green onion or bits of red or green pepper for the pupils. Lay strips of string cheese across the muffin for the mummy’s wrappings. Bake the muffins at 350 degrees until the cheese is melted and the muffin is toasty, which is about 10 minutes.
Green onion or green pepper
Monster Mash Mix
Did you know that fresh popcorn and fruit snacks go together like ghosts and goblins? After you’ve made your popcorn, mix in spooky fruit snacks for a perfectly paired treat and serve in festive containers.
To create your own creepy cones – roll a square piece of paper around itself and tape in place.
Decorative Halloween paper