Halloween Classroom Treat Ideas

Boo! Did we scare you? Hehe! Halloween is coming up super fast and we have a great roundup of Halloween Classroom Treat Ideas. Whether you are having a school classroom party or a neighborhood get together, these ideas will spark your creativity and make the occasion amazing!

A collection of fabulous Halloween Classroom Treat Ideas by Uncommon Desiigns

Let’s get the inspiration started checking out these Halloween Classroom Treat Ideas. Simply click over to each idea for the instructions or recipe!


This Mummy Munch treat from Trish is as cute as delish! The kids can even help make these. So easy with a classic treat inside.


How about a little monster bash? These creative Monster Treats by Design Dining and Diapers are all semi-homemade. More about crafting and less about baking. A great Halloween treat choice.


So cute and easy to make too! These Witch Hat Cookies by Princess Pinky Girl are the perfect classroom treat idea. Just remember to not eat more than you make!


Here is a great non-candy Halloween idea. Printable Halloween Joke Toppers by 30 Handmade Days.


These little Bat Pudding Treats by See Vanessa Craft are stinkin’ cute!


Who loves ice cream? We do! These “Eye Scream Treats and Printable” from Delightfully Noted will have all the big kids and little kids screaming for more.


Who knew a Lollipop could look so festive!? The Gunny Sack created these Pumpkin Pops that all the kiddos will love.


Now being a mom of a teenage boy, this Pumpkin Poo idea from Somewhat Simple is hysterical! My kids would love it!


Fudge that looks like candy corn? Why yes! This Candy Corn Fudge is perfect for any Halloween or Fall party from Stop Looking Get Cooking.

ghost treats

Not a big baker and like semi-homemade? Yea, us too! These little Ghost Treats will look and taste fabulous.


Green and Halloween, A perfect combo! Lil Luna whipped up these Monster Eye Cookies that will be a bit of a spooky treat idea.


What says Fall and Halloween more than pumpkins? Lizzy B Bakes shows us how to create these fabulous Pumpkin Cookies for your nest Halloween classroom party.


A classic made cuter for Halloween and Fall by Cincy Shopper. These Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats are a super idea for a classroom treat.


These Glowstick Witch Broom non-candy Halloween Treats by Northstory are a great idea for your next get together.


Now this Ghost Graveyard Pudding Cup Treat from Party Planning is my kind of idea. No cooking at all! And adorable too, the perfect little centerpiece for your party.


Almost too cute to eat right? These Owl Cupcakes from Live Laugh Rowe are a perfect classroom Halloween treat.


Now these Candy Apple Cake Pops from Season of Sweets look amazing! Reminds me of fall festivals and the state fair.


How about spooky without actually being spooky? Design Dining and Diapers created these fun Witch Hat Cupcakes, a great choice for a Halloween party.


Who knew a fruit cup could make such a cute Frankenstein? The NY Melrose Family did! These Frankenstein Halloween Treats could also be a craft project for the class.

We decided to make witches brew treats out of miniature cauldrons and candies. We were able to pick up all of the supplies at our local craft store which was so convenient. We needed green Sixlet candies, miniature cauldrons, black and white striped candy sticks, and various ribbons. First, we tied the cards on to the handle of the cauldron with a fun assortment of Halloween ribbons, then we filled it up with the green candies for our brew and used the candy stick as our wooden stir stick. That is it… so cute and so easy! These make perfect classroom treats, too!

This little Witches Brew Treat is a great party favor for your next halloween get together. The little mini cauldr0ns are the perfect accent.

Whew! So now the question is….what will you choose….spooky or cute…candy or not? So many great ideas to choose from!

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Trish Flake

Hey y'all! I am Trish and the creative voice behind Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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