Halloween isn’t just about candy. There are plenty of ways to incorporate healthy options without compromising Halloween fun. I’m sharing some fun and easy Halloween lunch ideas for kids. Be sure to scroll down because I am also sharing some free lunch box notes for you to print and include in your little ones lunch box.
I really love how easy it is to pack these festive lunches in our Stuck On You bento lunch box. These personalized lunch boxes come with a matching cooler bag and are the cutest. They are the perfect size to fit a full lunch (even for an adult) and still light enough for littles to carry. I love that it’s leak-proof and the inside comes out and can be thrown in the dishwasher. You can customize this lunch box any way you would like and you can even get different inserts with different sized compartments.
We, of course, had to go the unicorn route for Edith and I really loved how easy it was to create your design online. Plus it gives you a preview of the finished product before you order! I will be sharing all my Halloween lunch ideas for kids in this bento box. The girls go to a theatre class on Wednesdays and I can’t wait to share my festive lunches with you all month long.
I made this lunch with things I already had around the house. This was incredibly easy and I had my girls help too and they loved it.
Here are some of my favorite Halloween lunch ideas:
Mummy hotdog – I used a rolling pin to flatten the crescent rolls and cut into long strips. I wrapped the hotdogs with the strips and left a little space near the top where I planned to put the eyes. I cooked them in the oven for 12 minutes at 350 degrees. I placed the candy eyeballs on top once the hot dogs cooled. you can use their fav condiment to make the eyes stick.
Banana ghost – bananas and mini chocolate chips
jack 0 lantern – used a sharpie to draw a face on a clementine
Yogurt with Halloween sprinkles.
zombie eyes – Cucumber with olives
orange and black yogurt covered raisins
Here is another easy lunch idea that my girls loved
cheese pizza with a spider made of olives
ghost and bat chips from trader joes
Halloween cookies from trader joes
Here is the Halloween lunch box notes that you can include with your Halloween lunch
I would love to see your Halloween lunch ideas for kids, tag me on Instagram and I’ll feature your lunch ideas in my stories.
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