Spooky Spider Snack

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Spooky Spider Snack

My boys wanted a cool Halloween snack after school the other day so we came up with this fun and Spooky Spider Snack! We made this using 1 plum, 12 pretzel sticks, edible eyes, and a big hand full of dark grapes.

We poked 3 holes on each side of the plum with a knife. Take 6 pretzel sticks and push them into the holes. Poke a hole on the ends of the grapes and slide them onto the pretzel sticks leaving just a bit of the pretzel showing. Fill up the other pretzel sticks with grapes and poke a hole on the end grape with the kitchen knife. Press that onto the end of the pretzel that is showing. Stick on the edible eyes with cream cheese (you could use peanut butter) and that’s it!

You could also do this snack by pressing raisins on the pretzel sticks instead of using grapes. A quick after school snack and the kids thought it was awesome!!

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20 comments on “Spooky Spider Snack”

  1. Fantastic – I thought it was blueberries when I first saw the picture and as my kids love them I will try and have a go for Halloween this year.

  2. Brittany Poulson, MDA, RDN, CDE

    This is a great snack idea! I am wondering if I could include it in a round-up of healthy Halloween ideas I'll be doing for my blog? I'd be using a photo and linking back to this blog post. Thanks in advance!

  3. Awesome Halloween party ideas in here. There’s too much to prepare for a party! Gee excited for this year’s Halloween gatherings: D Thanks for sharing and I do hope I could pin some nice photos on my Pinterest boards. Good day!

  4. So cute but he needs eight legs to be a really truly spider! I thought they were olives at first too, either way he'd be yummy!

  5. Aimee from Classified: Mom

    That is such a fun idea- now only if I could get my kids to eat it 😉 Thank you for sharing this with us on The Sunday Showcase!

  6. So cute and creative! Healthy too! I bet this would work with blueberries as well! Lorie @ Reading Confetti

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