Mummies, spiders and ghosts, oh my! Everyone will love this easy-to-make Kid-Friendly Halloween Snack Board for all its festive tricks and treats! It’s so good, it’s scary!

Kid-Friendly Halloween Snack Board by The BakerMama

Give Me Something Good to Eat!

Spider web dip and spider cookies! Strawberry ghosts! Celery mummies and peanut butter cup witches brooms! This board is the cutest, tastiest, most festive Halloween treat around. I mean, if I do say so myself! What kid wouldn’t love snacking on this board at a spooky Halloween party?! And for that matter, what kids-at-heart?

A mix of healthy snacks and sweet treats make my Kid-Friendly Halloween Snack Board a delight for the whole family. Along with the creepy crawly treats, crisp green apples, crunchy pretzels twists, and cheese cubes round out this fun snack board that is sure to be a thrill at your Halloween get-together. I’m so excited to share this with y’all!

Kid-Friendly Halloween Snack Board by The BakerMama

Spider Web Brownie Batter Hummus Dip & Cookie Spiders

To make the Spider Web Brownie Batter Hummus Dip: Spread the Brownie Batter Hummus into a small serving bowl. Melt the white melting wafers according to package directions and place in a resealable plastic baggie. Cut a small piece off of the corner of the baggie and squeeze it onto the hummus in a spiral, starting from the middle of the hummus. Using a toothpick, create the web look by pulling the white chocolate from the center to the outer part of the serving bowl, line by line, all the way around. Break three pretzel sticks in half and cut the top part of a Reese’s peanut butter cup. Attach the pretzel sticks to the peanut butter cup to make it look like a spider and then place the miniature peanut butter cup spider on top of the decorated Spider Web Brownie Batter Hummus Dip.

To make the Cookie Spiders break three pretzel sticks in half and insert them into the cream filling of the cream-filled cookies. Using melted white chocolate, adhere two Reese’s pieces to the top of the cookie.

Kid-Friendly Halloween Snack Board by The BakerMama

Strawberry Ghosts, Celery Mummies and Witches Brooms (oh, my!)

To make Strawberry Ghosts: Wash strawberries and set aside to dry. Melt white melting wafers according to package directions. Grab one strawberry at a time by the green leaf and dip it into the melted white chocolate. Remove and let excess white chocolate drip back into the bowl. Transfer to a parchment-lined baking sheet. Immediately attach mini chocolate chips for the eyes and mouth. Let set to harden.

To Make the Celery Mummies: Wash, dry and cut celery stalks into 4” pieces. Fill each celery piece with ½ tablespoon of creamy peanut butter. Place on a parchment lined baking sheet. Melt white melting wafers according to package instructions and drizzle onto peanut butter filled celery to create the “mummy look”. Press two mini chocolate chips into the peanut butter to create the eyes.

To Make the Witches Brooms: Stick one pretzel stick into the middle of the bottom of a miniature peanut butter cup.

Kid-Friendly Halloween Snack Board by The BakerMama

How to Make the Kid-Friendly Halloween Snack Board

First, prepare the Strawberry Ghosts, Celery Mummies, and Witches Brooms. Then make the Spider Web Brownie Batter Hummus Dip and Cookie Spiders. Next, place the prepared Spider Web Brownie Batter Hummus Dip on a 14” round wood board. Then fill small bowls with candy corn and M&M’s Halloween Peanut Ghoul’s Mix and place them on the board. Arrange the Strawberry Ghosts, Cookie Spiders, Celery Mummies and Witches Brooms on one half of the board. Pile the baked cheese crackers, pretzel twists, cheese cubes, and veggie chips on the other half of the board. Wash, dry and thinly slice the green apple and place it on the board. Serve and enjoy!

Kid-Friendly Halloween Snack Board by The BakerMama

Your Shopping List

Here’s a handy dandy shopping list to help you fill your cart with everything you need to make this board:

More Festive Halloween Treats

For more snack board inspiration, try my Spooky Snack Board. This Pumpkin Fruit Platter is a super cute way to serve up healthy snacks. Adorable as they are delicious, these Easy Halloween Witches Hat Cookies make a sweet addition to your Halloween celebration!  This Spooky Snack Mix is a sweet, salty, easy-to-make treat they’ll go batty for. And for all that candy that hangs around after the holiday, these Leftover Halloween Candy Cookies can be frozen and then baked whenever you’re craving cookies!

I hope you’re inspired to build this Kid-Friendly Halloween Snack Board for your little tricksters on Halloween. Be sure to tag me @thebakermama so I can see. I love seeing your board creations!

Here’s to a spooky good Halloween!

xoxo,

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Kid-Friendly Halloween Snack Board by The BakerMama

Kid-Friendly Halloween Snack Board

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Description

Mummies, spiders and ghosts, oh my! Everyone will love this easy-to-make Kid-Friendly Halloween Snack Board for all its festive tricks and treats! It’s so good, it’s scary!


Ingredients

Scale

6 Strawberry Ghosts:

6 Cookie Spiders:

7 Celery Mummies:

7 Peanut Butter Cup Witches Brooms:

Spider Web Brownie Batter Hummus Dip:


Instructions

  1. To make the Strawberry Ghosts: Wash strawberries and set aside to dry. Melt white melting wafers according to package directions. Grab one strawberry at a time by the green leaf and dip it into the melted white chocolate. Remove and let excess white chocolate drip back into the bowl. Transfer to a parchment-lined baking sheet. Immediately attach mini chocolate chips for the eyes and mouth. Let set to harden.
  2. To make the Cookie Spiders: Break three pretzel sticks in half and insert them into the cream filling of the cream-filled cookies. Using melted white chocolate, adhere two Reese’s pieces to each Cookie Spider to create the spider’s eyes. Set aside to dry.
  3. To Make the Celery Mummies: Wash, dry and cut celery stalks into 4” pieces. Fill each celery piece with ½ tablespoon of creamy peanut butter. Place on a parchment lined baking sheet. Melt white melting wafers according to package instructions and drizzle onto peanut butter filled celery to create the “mummy look”. Press two mini chocolate chips into the peanut butter to create the eyes.
  4. To Make the Witches Brooms: Stick one pretzel stick into the middle of the bottom of a miniature peanut butter cup.
  5. To make the Spider Web Brownie Batter Hummus Dip: Spread the Brownie Batter Hummus into a small serving bowl. Melt the white melting wafers according to package directions and place in a resealable plastic baggie. Cut a small piece off of the corner of the baggie and squeeze it onto the hummus in a spiral, starting from the middle of the hummus. Using a toothpick, create the web look by pulling the white chocolate from the center to the outer part of the serving bowl, line by line, all the way around. Break three pretzel sticks in half and cut the top part of a Reese’s peanut butter cup. Attach the pretzel sticks to the peanut butter cup to make it look like a spider and then place the peanut butter cup spider on top of the decorated Spider Web Brownie Batter Hummus Dip.
  6. Place the prepared Spider Web Brownie Batter Hummus Dip on a 14” round wood board.
  7. Fill small bowls with candy corn and M&M’s Halloween Peanut Ghoul’s Mix and place them on the board.
  8. Arrange the Strawberry Ghosts, Cookie Spiders, Celery Mummies and Witches Brooms on one half of the board.
  9. Arrange the baked cheese crackers, pretzel twists, cheese cubes, and veggie chips on the other half of the board.
  10. Wash, dry and thinly slice the green apple and place it on the board.
  11. Serve and enjoy!

About The BakerMama

Maegan is the author of the best-selling Beautiful Boards and its next-level follow-up, Spectacular Spreads. She started blogging in 2012 and has over 700 original recipes on The BakerMama. She truly enjoys sharing her easy, family-friendly recipes, creative meal ideas, food board creations, and entertaining spreads to encourage others to get in the kitchen and make something memorable for their loved ones to enjoy together. Learn More

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