Halloween Monster Mouths!

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Halloween Monster Mouths!

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I always have a house full of kids and I love making fun items with them for the holiday’s! Recently the kids had a week long Fall Break which allowed us to spend a whole week doing nothing but fun crafts and recipes to get us in the Halloween spirit! One of the treats that the kids decided to make were Halloween Monster Mouths! These were not only a hit with them….but I loved them because they were healthy! Oh and did I mention super easy to make? Check out the recipe and instructions below!

 

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Ingredients:

Sliced Apple

Betty Crocker Fruit By The Foot – any color

1/2 cup peanut butter

about 20 marshmallows ( or you can use Fruit Gushers to mix it up)

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Directions:

1. Spread peanut butter on two apple slices.

2. Take about 4 inches of a Betty Crocker Fruit By The Foot slice and place over one of the peanut butter sides of the apple so that it will look like a tongue.

3. Place two apple slices together with peanut butter sides facing each other. Make sure that the skin of the apple is facing outward so that it will look like the monsters lips.

4. Put a few marshmallows around the peanut butter and tongue to look like teeth.

5. Eat and enjoy!

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As you can imagine the kids could not get enough of these! They have begged for them every day this week!

 

There are so many great ideas you can do with the Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Snacks! You could even change out the marshmallow teeth for Fruit Gushers! That could be fun and interesting!

 

What other fun Halloween treat ideas do you have using Betty Crocker’s Fruit Flavored Snacks?

 

 

Comments

  1. These are cute, I laughed when I saw the photo. I can’t wait to give this a try, thank you for sharing this post.

  2. really creative stuff for halloween

  3. Nena Sinclair says:

    What a fun idea! I’m going to do this with my grandchildren!

  4. Katherine Riley says:

    I have a Halloween party to go to and I think these will be a hit to make and take.

  5. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    No way! Those are crazy cool. I want to make some!

  6. Oh my kids would have so much fun doing this. We might just have to this weekend!

  7. These would be a hit at our house. It’s nice to have something easy to put together for a snack.

  8. OMGosh – those are a riot. I’ve got to make these from the grand kids! Sharing with my grown kids. They will love it.

  9. I love these. They’re a fun, Halloween treat, AND they’re pretty darn good for the kids.

  10. That’s a really fun Halloween recipe. It’s super simple, too. That’s a winner for me!

  11. Oh my gosh! A good old fashioned peanut butter and apple Halloween treat. I love it. I am in the process right now of figuring out what the last and final craft will be for our Harvest night. Thanks for this cool idea.

  12. What a fun and easy project for little hands. And, then even more fun with eating it!

  13. Cute but healthy snacks. Great idea. Halloween is SO full of unhealthy candies and snacks, it’s great that you’ve come up with a festive version that’s better for kids and adults.

  14. How fun! What a fun and creative way to celebrate Halloween…not to mention, yummy! Going to have to try this with my won.

  15. These are precious!! My kids would devour these sweet little monster mouths for sure! Thanks for the idea.

  16. great healthy halloween snack, a little sweet and a little healthy makes a great snack.

  17. Alisha Kostiuk says:

    These are so fun. Would be great for a craft in the classroom and can double as a snack.

  18. I saw these on Pinterest and had to pin them. I love that this is a healthier treat for a holiday that is so laces with sugar!

  19. I love a cute project that doesn’t take a ton of time and effort. You can just slap these together, and you’ve got a great snack that looks great. I love it.

  20. Jennifer Williams says:

    Those are so cute and easy. They have all the things my youngest would love.

  21. Elizabeth O. says:

    That Halloween monster mouth looks absolutely creative!

  22. This is exactly the kind of fun recipe I love to do with kids. No knives, forks, prongs, or other sharp and/or pokey objects needed (after cutting the apple) makes it a perfect kids’ DIY snack!

  23. Ha, ha, ha… I am cracking up over here… Those look hilarious…

  24. Those turned out cute, I bet my kids would get a kick out these these. I used to love Fruit Roll Ups when I was a little girl.

  25. My 3-year-old daughter was standing next to me as I was reading this post and she said, “Haha! Those are so funny!” Looks like we will be making them this weekend! Thanks you for the instructions!

  26. ha! These are awesome! I haven’t seen the fruit roll up used as a tongue like that. Totally need to make these for my kids!

  27. I always love holidays like Halloween because so many unique and creative ideas, especially when it comes to food. This is such a cute and creative, not to mention healthy, Halloween themed food 🙂

  28. These are so cute and easy enough to whip up for a quick snack! They would be great for a party too. Thanks for sharing.

  29. These look like such a great and fun snack for the kids! Not to mention they are fairly healthy too!

  30. Those turned out really cool looking. They would definitely be great for a party.

  31. I’ve never seen them with tongues lolling out before. That’s such a fun touch!

  32. Ha ha these are so much fun! My kids would get a kick out of them!

  33. Those teeth are funny. What a great way to use the fruit roll ups. 🙂

  34. these are too cute! This is easy enough for the kiddos to assemble! Makes for a fun healthy treat!

  35. How fun and fit for Halloween!

  36. Such a great idea! I think we’ll be making these well after Halloween!

  37. Now there’s a nice Halloween treat without all the junk! Love this!

  38. We made these but without the tongues. I like the added tongues!

  39. What a fun and fairly healthy snack for the little ones this time of the year! My nephew would love this.

  40. What a funny looking face!! I would love to make these for my kids too!

  41. We’ve made those before, but not with the tongue! Definitely adding that this year!

  42. Love it. Those are totally awesome. Bonus that it is a healthy treat as well.

  43. These look like so much fun to make and eat. I would like to make these for my kids.

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