There are so many ways to make Halloween feel fun in this unusual year so I’m excited to have Kristen Massad of Joy + Oliver back on DoSayGive today to share a Halloween Snack Mix and a Halloween Snack Board that are the perfect, sweet treats to add to your Halloween night – or even just a fun October treat!
If you’re looking for alternative Halloween activities this year, try decorating your home in a way that is fun and surprising to your children. Turn on a children’s Spotify channel or watch some non-scary Halloween movies. (Charlie Brown, anyone?) Halloween bingo or a candy hunt are some other fun family ideas. (See more at the bottom of the post!)
You know what else your children would love? A simple yet super fun Halloween Snack Mix and Halloween Snack Board that the whole family can munch on throughout the night.
Halloween Snack Mix
Halloween Snack Mix is a recipe that can be altered to your liking but is made with popcorn, pretzels, cocoa puff cereal, candy corn and coated with white chocolate and halloween sprinkles. This snack mix is not only super festive and fun but will be hard to stop eating. Find the full recipe on Joy + Oliver.
How To Curate A Halloween Snack Board
Curating a Halloween Snack Board with fruits, veggies, halloween candies, chocolate dipped Oreos and caramel sauce gives a variety that your whole family is sure to love. Head over to Joy + Oliver for a super simple way to feed just your family or feed a crowd and you are guaranteed to have something that everyone will enjoy.
Non Traditional Halloween Activities To Do With Your Family
- Halloween Movie Night- Pick a family friendly halloween movie, make Halloween Snack Mix and get cozy
- Halloween Bingo-Download a Halloween Bingo Board, use candy corn for the game pieces and enjoy and fun night around the table with games and snacks
- Halloween Candy Hunt-create a similar set up to an Easter Egg Hunt but hiding the Halloween Candy for your kids. This is a great activity that will give a similar feel to trick or treating
More Halloween Recipes You Will Love
How are you celebrating Halloween this year? Comment below!