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Spooky Snacks! Halloween Treats Your Kid Will Love

These tasty Halloween treats are so easy, it's scary 

From spider cupcakes to strawberry ghosts, here's what to eat for Halloween-besides candy, of course. Because everything tastes better when it stares back at you.

1. Tangerine Pumpkins and Banana Ghosts

Add mini and full-size chocolate chips to halved bananas to make the faces and celery pieces to peeled clementines for the pumpkins. (Via Weelicious)

2. Spider Cupcakes

Black licorice and candy eyes turn chocolate cupcakes into creepy crawlers. (Via Five Heart Home)

3. Snack Cake Bats 

Add eyes and chocolate-candy-melt wings to a chocolate snack roll and it's batty. (Via Hungry Happenings)

4. Strawberry Ghosts

Dip strawberries into melted white chocolate and add mini chocolate chips for the eyes and mouth. (Via Miss Candiquik)

5. Monster Teeth

Apple slices, peanut butter, and marshmallows is all it takes to get some non-candy food into them. (Via graciekayy94 on Instagram)

6. Hot Dog Mummies

Bake hot dog halves with strings of sweet potato (or other veggie) noodles or thin slices of pastry dough and add mustard dots for the eyes. (Via avocadotozen on Instagram)

7. Dirt Pie Cups

Kids can help make this easy dessert: Add crumbled chocolate cookies to a chocolate pudding base and top with gummy worms. (Via diybestieslol on Instagram)

8. Cinnamon Sugar Crisp

Tortillas, butter, and cinnamon sugar are the only ingredients in these easy baked crisps. (Via Simply Recipes)

9. Peanut Butter Cup Witch Brooms

A pretzel stick and a peanut butter cup? Yes, these witch brooms are that easy. (Via Couponing toDisney)