Spook-tacular Ideas For Halloween!

Updated: Oct 30

Lifestyle expert Limor Suss shared some spook-tacular tips and treats to celebrate Halloween this year.


Individually Wrapped Candy


If you are still planning on going trick-or-treating or handing out treats, the CDC recommends that you individually wrap candy. Individually wrapping the candy avoids many hands touching the same candies. You can pick up individuals baggies on Amazon or your local craft or party store.


Halloween Candy Chute


If you still want to hand out Halloween candy but stay 6-feet away, try this candy chute! All you need is a sipping tube!


Set the shipping tube somewhere outside, where you can maintain distance. Go all out and decorate it with Halloween stickers, Halloween-colored tinsel garland, etc. If you're feeling extra generous, send the whole individual candy bag down the chute!



Mini Cauldrons


To make your food individually portioned, serve it in mini cauldrons. We're serving homemade guacamole in ours! Want more variety? You can also make a spooky single serve 5-layer dip with spider webs.


Bento Box Chips


To pair with your mini cauldron dip , add your favorite chips like Fritos or DIY Tortilla Chips. Don't forget, everything should be in individual servings, so serve your chips in bento boxes. Limor paired the guac with bat chips from Trader Joe's and Blue and Orange chips. Check out more Bento box ideas.



Jack-O-Lantern Sliders


A super fun and easy way to get into the Halloween spirit is to make Jack-O-Lantern sliders! Check out the video below and click here for the full recipe.



Monster Donuts


Monster donuts are a super easy and fun way to get into the spirit! You can get your donuts from wherever and place a fang and eyeballs on it and easy peasy! After the kids eat the donuts, they can play with the fangs - it's a fun treat! Click here for the recipe.



Ghost Lollipops


These spooky ghost lollipops are the perfect little decor piece and treat for kids! They're super easy to make using only four things - lollipops, white napkins, black string, and a black sharpie. Check it out here!


Non-Candy Fun


It's not food but it's a craft bucket! In a bucket put some Halloween crafts, stickers, fangs, puzzles, Halloween-colored Play-Doh, and any other Halloween-themed items. It gives kids something fun to do and is super inexpensive!



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