Create a Fun but Easy Halloween Recipe with this Monster Mash Halloween Trail Mix!
Making a cute Halloween recipe doesn’t have to be complicated, especially when you can let the imagination of kids go wild! Pick out ordinary trail mix ingredients and give them a new life by turning them into Witch Warts, Spider Legs, Ghost Boogers and more!
I can’t believe Fall is already here. School has been back in session for a couple weeks here, the leaves are slowly starting to change and we are having more cool days than hot. This means Halloween will be upon us sooner than we think! What do you normally do for Halloween? It hasn’t been a big deal for us in the past few weeks because Bryan tends to work that weekend or on the day itself. So while he works, I often head to my parents to see my niece’s dress up and walk around trick or treating with them!
We have started what I consider the busiest time of year between school starting and New Years, so, for my first Halloween post, I wanted to share something super easy. There are really adorable owl cupcakes, witches hats and more out there, but sometimes there just isn’t time to make something special. With this Monster Mash, you can print out the labels I give you, add the individual ingredients into the bowls and you are done. Let the kids make their ultimate monster trail mix combination.
What I love about this Halloween treat is that you can pull it all together so quickly, especially since I am providing you with my labels as a FREE download! You can download with my names labeled or you can download with no labels so you can make your own names.
- Popcorn as base
- Witch Warts - Chocolate Chips
- Mummy Scabs - Golden Grahams
- Spider Legs - Pretzel Sticks
- Vampire Teeth - White Hershey Kisses
- Ghost Boogers - Mini Marshmallows
- Cat Eyes - Edible Candy Eyes
- Pumpkin Seeds - Baking Mini Reese's Pieces
- Bat Poop - Mini Tootsie Rolls
Mix together yourself or allow kids to pick and choose their ingredients.
Make sure to check out other Halloween ideas while you’re here, too!