We love decking the house for Halloween, but for even more Halloween spirit, add a little frightening fun to your kid's lunch box with these eerie ideas. Not crafty? No worry. Scroll down to see our no-skill needed ideas.
Who can resist eating their fruits and veggies when they are presented like this? I mean, that Franken Kiwi? Love that.
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Halloween-Inspired Lunch Ideas
We've gathered our favorite spooky snack ideas from our mom blogger friends and put together a list to inspire you. These healthy treats are a nice way to balance out the candy that comes in. Start off with these very scary ways to get your kiddos to eat fruits an veggies.
- Banana Ghosts & Clementine Pumpkins
- Frankenstein Kiwi
- Mummy Fruit
- Monster Mouths & Carrot Fingers
- Grape Spider
- Jack O Lantern Fruit Cups
Main Mean Halloween Inspiration
Looking for something a bit meatier? To satisfy a monster appetite, fill your kid's lunch with one of these eerie entrees. Even better, have them help you the night before to make them. These ideas are also great Halloween party treats.
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If craftiness is your not strength, try one of these no-skill needed Halloween lunch ideas that only require a Sharpie. Zero crafting skill needed, but still all the haunted fun.
Here's to happy Halloween lunches this month!
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