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Great Ideas! 6 Spooky Good Halloween Snacks For Kids

10/12/2012 at 02:00 PM ET

6 Spooky Good Halloween Snacks for Kids
Courtesy Weelicious

Your mini Trick-or-Treaters will be well-stocked with sweets during Halloween, so we asked Weelicious creator and mom of two Catherine McCord to share some of her favorite healthy, holiday-themed snack recipes with us. Our only prerequisite: That each one is yummy and fun!

Thankfully, she didn’t disappoint. From mummy dogs to bug bean nacho dip, you’ll have no problem getting your tots to eat these ghoulishly delicious mini bites.

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SmiaVS on

I think using the adjective ‘healthy’ is taking it a bit far. The “fingers” and smoothie, perhaps, but I wouldn’t call pizza, nachos or hot dogs healthy.

Cammy on

We have a tradition of making witches fingers cookies! I use a blanched almond (not red food coloring on it) and a little strawberry (or raspberry jam) below the nail (nut),

Here’s the recipe! And be creative – use a different food color, or none at all!


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