Spooky Halloween Treat Bar for the Kiddos

Halloween Treat Bar

October is here and I am so excited! I never loved October so much until I had kiddos. This month is so special for my girl because it is her birthday month + Halloween is just a few days after. How awesome is that for a kid?! October is just the beginning of fall and all the fun holidays to come next. Today, I’m sharing a really easy spooky Halloween Treat Bar idea that’s super fun for the kiddos.

The little ones and I headed to Walmart to pick up all of our party supplies and recipe ingredients. Almost everything we purchased was only $1. No Joke. We picked up our Go-Paks!, Snack Pack® puddings and Reddi-Wip for the main ingredients for our treat bar and grabbed a few toppings along the way.

I wanted to create a halloween treat table that was fun for kiddos to create something but also just a little bit spooky for halloween. I grabbed a few skull decorations and a spiderweb tablecloth for added spook.

I set up the treat bar on the kids table so they could easily reach everything. I created a couple recipe ideas to show the kids 2 examples of what they could make with the toppings. I made a chocolate OREO dirt cup with worms + a vanilla caramel peanut butter cookie cup. Then I set out all of the toppings so they could pick what they wanted.

Chocolate OREO Dirt Cup
1 OREO Go-Paks!
2 Chocolate Snack Pack Pudding Cups
Gummy Worms

Pour out half of the OREO cookies into another dish, fill Go-Packs! cup with pudding, add cookies back on top of the pudding, top with Reddi-wip and gummy worms.

Vanilla Caramel Peanut Butter Cookie Cup
1 Mini Nilla Wafers Go-Paks!
2 Vanilla Snack Pack Pudding Cups
Caramel Sauce
Mini Peanut Butter Cups

Pour out half of the Nilla Wafer cookies (set aside a few for topping) into another dish, fill Go-Packs! cup with pudding, add cookies back on top of the pudding, top with Reddi-wip, caramel sauce, mini peanut butter cups and a few cookies.

I really thought I was going to like the dirt cup treat the most but after tasting them both I LOVED the caramel mixed with the Nilla Wafers, vanilla pudding and Reddi-whip. They are both delicious and such a fun treat for Halloween!

These treats are pretty big so I made a smaller version for the younger kids. I found black and orange little shot glasses and filled them with the same ingredients. I started with a Nilla Wafer, a little caramel, vanilla pudding and topped them with the Reddy-whip, mini chocolate chips and these super fun skull candies.

This spooky Halloween treat bar is such a fun thing to set up for the kiddos while they’re at school. Bring them home to this during the week or two before halloween and it will be such a fun surprise!

I’d love to see your creations. Tag @BriGeeski in your next halloween party photos and I’ll reshare! xo, Bri 


I love sharing about family, food and fun in and around San Diego! Enjoy, Bri

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  1. My kids would just squeal in delight if they came home to something like this! What a fun idea for a great after school Halloween party. I’m like you, it wasn’t until having kids that Halloween and the month of October really excited me. Happy early birthday to the apple of your eye!

  2. So fun! Love Halloween ideas.

  3. You had me at Nilla Wafers and caramel pudding. Yum! What a fun and easy idea for the kids. Happy Halloween!

  4. Spooky Halloween Treat Bar for the Kiddos is really fun it can developed kids creativity! Gonna let my niece to try that? Can I buy those online?

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