Halloween biscuits

Have fun experimenting with chocolate this Halloween

When it comes to Halloween snack ideas, we have you covered!

The days are getting shorter and cooler, the leaves are starting to make their colorful debut, and Halloween is right around the corner.

When the mini-ghouls, ghosts, and Harry Potters make their way to your home this Halloween, make sure you’re prepared.

Check out some of Sephra’s spooky snack suggestions!

3 scarily good Halloween snack ideas 

Halloween baking

Sephra shares lots of mouth-watering recipes throughout the year and there are a few extra which spring to mind at Halloween!

These snack ideas are not only perfect for kids to eat at Halloween, but something they can get involved in making too*.

Halloween snack ideas: Cinnamon Fondue 


Cinnamon fondue is a great alternative to chocolate

Our first recipe is for cinnamon fondue, which is perfect for fall and will fountain perfectly in your Sephra chocolate fountain.

All you need are the following ingredients: Sugar, corn syrup, water and cinnamon candy (like Red Hots) that you boil before adding to your fountain.

Cinnamon fondue is the ideal accompaniment for apple wedges, sliced banana and cubes of cake.

Fondue is also a great way to get kids excited and interacting as they dip, eat and enjoy.

Halloween snack ideas: Creepy-licious Bat Cookies 

Nutter Butter cookies

Nutter Butter cookies make great bat shapes

One of our next snack ideas is Creepy-licious Bats, which are perfect for a kids Halloween party. It also gets everyone involved.

Simply use Nutter Butter cookies turned horizontally to resemble bats and have small bowls of melted Sephra dark chocolate ready for dipping.

Several children can share a bowl of melted chocolate and take turns dipping the cookies into the chocolate and then placing them on a wax paper-covered baking sheet.

Once the cookies are coated, pop them in the refrigerator to set.

Finally, once the chocolate is suitably hard, take the cookies out and let the kids add candy decorations and gel frosting.

Halloween snack ideas: Monster Mix

Melted chocolate

Sephra Belgian Dark Chocolate is designed for melting and fountaining

Finally, whip up a batch of Monster Mix – combining caramel popcorn, rice cereal, pretzels, and peanuts.

Just toss all the ingredients together with melted dark chocolate.

To make this fun snack even more festive, add Reese’s Pieces, candy corns or candy pumpkins.

For even more snack ideas…

Chocolate fountain

When it comes to snack ideas, kids always love a chocolate fountain

Add a chocolate fountain and some dipping items to the mix for spome extra party fun!

Chocolate fountains are a hit anywhere, with anyone – and especially among children eager to celebrate Halloween.

Sliced apples and plain donuts are ideal for chocolate fountain dipping as they won’t leave sugar or powder behind.

Sugar cookies shaped like ghosts and witches tie in with the theme and also taste great dipped in chocolate.

Halloween cookies

These eye-catching biscuits will go down a treat, especially when dipped in chocolate

As long as there are delicious, Halloween-inspired treats and a few tricks to keep the kids on their toes, your chocolate fountain Halloween party will be a wicked success!

*Never allow children to use or operate the chocolate fountain unsupervised.

**Heating, boiling and chopping should be carried out by an adult.

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