Halloween Classroom Treats

Halloween Classroom Treats

It's that time of year again, time to whip out the spooky decorations, plan those creepy costumes, and, of course, prepare some fang-tastic treats for the classroom!

Whether you're a teacher, a Mom, or just someone who loves to spread some Halloween cheer, I've got you covered with some boo-tiful and delicious treat ideas. Let's make this Halloween unforgettable with treats that are as fun to make as they are to eat!

Fun and Easy Halloween Treats

Halloween Boo Mix 

If you're searching for a spooky and delicious Halloween treat, you've got to try Boo Mix! This festive blend combines a mix of simple ingredients. With the perfect balance of sweet and salty flavors, Boo Mix is sure to be a favorite among ghosts and ghouls of all ages. Plus, it's incredibly easy to make, just mix all the ingredients in a bowl and enjoy. Pack this up into treat bags and finish off with the free printable topper for the perfect Halloween classroom treat.

Halloween Boo Mix
==> Get the recipe for this Halloween Boo Mix here

Mummy Hot Dogs

Bring some spooky fun this Halloween with these delicious Air Fryer Halloween Mummy Dogs. They are a great mix of cute and creepy, making them popular with kids, teens and even adults!

Just wrap up your hot dogs in crescent roll dough to make them look like mummies and add edible eyeballs. Plus cooking them in an airfryer means they are super quick to make with much less mess.

halloween mummy dogs

==> Get the recipe for these air fryer mummy hot dogs here

Halloween Oreo Treats

These treats are easy to make and bursting with color. Guaranteed to be a hit with all ages, they make the perfect addition to your Halloween celebration. Just dip your oreos and decorate for a quick Halloween classroom treat.

Halloween Oreo Treats
==> Get the recipe for these Halloween Oreo Treats here

Ghostly Candy Corn Cheesecakes

Take your Halloween classroom party treats to the next level with these adorable and tasty Halloween Candy Corn Mini Cheesecakes! They’re perfect for any party or just as a fun family treat. 

With layers of creamy cheesecake in the classic candy corn colors, topped with silky orange frosting and cute ghostly decorations, these treats are sure to steal the spotlight at your Halloween celebration.

Halloween cheesecakes

==> Get the recipe for these Candy Corn Cheesecakes here

3. Spooky Eye Cupcakes

How cute are these adorable Spooky Eye Cupcakes. These cute treats feature green-colored cupcakes, topped with orange frosting. Each cupcake is topped with edible eyes, adding a spooky and fun touch. Perfect for Halloween parties or as a special treat, these cupcakes are sure to impress!

monster eye cupcakes
==> Get the recipe for spooky eye cupcakes here

4. Halloween Fruit Platter

Looking for a healthy and allergy-friendly option for your Halloween classroom party? How about creating a spook-tacular Halloween fruit platter! You can have so much fun with this. For example, draw spooky faces on peeled bananas or create apple monsters by sticking sunflower seeds into the skin for teeth.

 This colorful and creative platter is sure to be a hit with the kids and is a great way to offer a nutritious treat during the Halloween season.

Halloween fruit platter

5. Halloween Marshmallow Pops

These cute and simple Halloween Marshmallow Pops will be a hit at your Halloween party.  Choose from Ghost, Mummy, Frankenstein, Dracula and Jack-o-Lantern designs. Make one or make them all. 

Halloween marshmallow pops

==> Get the recipe for Marshmallow Halloween Pops here

Tips for Halloween Classroom Treats:

  1. Allergy Awareness: Always check with the school or other parents for any allergies. You don't want your fun treats to cause any scary reactions!

  2. Keep It Simple: The best treats are often the simplest ones. Choose recipes that are easy to make and don't require too many ingredients.

  3. Involve the Kids: Let the kids help with decorating and assembling the treats. It's a great way to get them excited and involved in the Halloween spirit.

  4. Portion Control: Remember that these are classroom treats, so keep the portions small and manageable for little hands and appetites.

  5. Presentation Matters: Use festive plates, napkins, and even small decorative touches like plastic spiders or Halloween-themed toothpicks to make your treats stand out.

How to Pack the Halloween Classroom Treats

Packaging Halloween classroom treats can be just as fun as making them! Here are some spook-tacular ideas to make your treats look extra special and festive:

1. Halloween-Themed Bags

Use small, themed plastic or paper bags decorated with pumpkins, ghosts, or witches. You can find these at most dollar stores or party supply shops. They’re perfect for holding cookies, candies, or small toys.

halloween treat containers

2. Cellophane Wrap

Clear cellophane wrap lets the treats shine through while keeping them fresh. Tie the top with orange and black ribbon or twine for a festive touch. This is great for cupcakes, Rice Krispie treats, or popcorn balls.

3. Mason Jars

For a more eco-friendly option, use small mason jars. Decorate the lids with Halloween stickers or paint them in spooky colors. These are ideal for layered treats like dirt cups or even mini trifles.

4. Paper Boxes

Mini paper boxes, often available in Halloween themes, are perfect for individual servings of cookies, brownies, or candy assortments. They’re easy to stack and transport, and kids love opening them up like little presents.

5. Ziploc Bags with Printable Labels

For a quick and easy option, use snack-sized Ziploc bags. Create or download printable Halloween labels to stick on the front. This works well for any small treats like pretzels, candy corn, or popcorn.

halloween treat topper

6. Cupcake Boxes

Individual cupcake boxes are great for keeping cupcakes intact and looking perfect. They come in various sizes and styles, often with clear tops to showcase your decorated cupcakes.

7. Paper Cones

Make paper cones from Halloween-themed scrapbook paper. Fill them with small treats like candy or popcorn. They’re easy to make and look adorable.

8. Reusable Containers

Small reusable containers can be a hit, and they’re environmentally friendly. Look for ones in Halloween colors or shapes, like pumpkins or bats. These are perfect for small portions of any treat.

Tips for Packaging:

  • Label Ingredients: Especially important if there are allergy concerns.
  • Seal Properly: Ensure all treats are sealed to maintain freshness.
  • Keep It Simple: Remember that kids will likely be excited and might not pay much attention to elaborate packaging, so practicality is key.
  • Personal Touch: Add a small tag with each child’s name to make it feel special.

With these packaging ideas, your Halloween classroom treats will not only taste great but also look frightfully delightful!


Hope you found some inspiration with these ghoulishly good ideas to make this Halloween a scream in the classroom. Have a hauntingly good time making and sharing these treats. Happy Halloween