Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Halloween Fruit Bat Snack Bags


We created these fun Fruit Bat Snack Bags today & these would be so fun for Halloween class parties at school or just a fun spooky snack to include in the kids lunches! We have always loved the idea of Butterfly Snack Bags like these from Squawk Fox...


and thought that turning them into Bats for Halloween would be really cute!  I thought we had such a great idea & then noticed with a search (after we made these) that someone else had thought of this awhile back as well!  You can view it here.

Halloween Fruit Bat Snack Bags

Clothes Pins
Black Marker
Snack Bags
White Paper
Black Grapes (or raisins)
Tiny Googly Eyes

Start out by coloring the fronts of the clothes pins. Cut out little ears & a mouth from paper. Attach everything on with glue including the eyes. Fill the snack bags with black grapes or any other dark colored snacks. Clip the clothes pin in the middle & that's it!  

You could cut out bat wings to attach to the back if you wish to look more realistic, but this is easy & the kids will love it!


You can check out all of our other fun Halloween creations HERE!

Let's Stay Connected!!

    


Follow on Bloglovin






Monday, October 20, 2014

Owl Quesadilla


I got craft with my 4 year old for lunch today and we came up with this fun Owl Quesadilla!  This is so simple to make & I am sure your kids will just love this as much as my little guy did.

Owl Quesadilla

2 Whole Wheat Tortillas
Black Beans
Shredded Cheese
1 Slice of Cheddar Cheese
Tortilla Chips
Sour Cream

Sprinkle your shredded cheese & black beans on one tortilla. Top with the other tortilla & grill or put in the microwave for 1 minute until cheese is melted.  Place the quesadilla on a plate. We used sour cream for the eyes & black beans for the pupils. We used tortilla chips for the wings & ears. We cut out the beak & feet from a slice of cheddar cheese.

You can check out all of our other fun Halloween creations HERE!

Let's Stay Connected!!

    


Follow on Bloglovin




Thursday, October 16, 2014

Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday link party #136


It's time for our Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday link party!  We had such a hard time picking out features this week because everything was so amazing. We always love seeing your creations & thanks so much for sharing them!

Check out our favorites from last weeks party...


Snicker Caramel Apple Dip from Bitz n Giggles...


















Lets move on to the Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday Link Party! We would love for you to stop back by next week and you just might be featured!

You can grab our Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday button HERE!

Here are just a few things to follow...




*Please link back to Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons. Please put a link somewhere on your post or sidebar. You can grab our party button above or a text link is fine if that fits better. You are more likely to get featured this way.

*We would also LOVE for you to follow our blog on RSS Feed ,  Facebook, and/or Email Subscription (located on the top right). This way you can be updated on our parties AND you will get to see lots of fun food!

*Link up any Crafts, Goodies, any DIY Projects, Printables, Recipes, etc... You get the point! Keep it fresh and try not link up the same thing every week.

*Please do not link to giveaways or stores. We love them, but this is not the place for that.

*Please visit some other links and try to comment on them...everyone LOVES comments!

Thanks a whole bunch and we can not wait to see what you have been up to!



An InLinkz Link-up

Let's Stay Connected!!

    


Follow on Bloglovin

Halloween Candy Corn Fruit Pops


We are stocked up with a lot of fruit at my house this week so we decided to create these fun Candy Corn Fruit Pops!  This is a great way to get the kids to eat a healthy afternoon snack & very easy to make!

Candy Corn Fruit Pops

Pineapple Slices
Cantaloupe 
1 Banana
Lollipop Sticks

Cut pieces from the pineapple slices. Then cut the cantaloupe to fit on top. Do the same with the banana so the shape looks like a candy corn. Push in the stick to hold together. Slice up the rest of the fruit & place it in a bowl. Push the candy corn pops in fruit to stand up. 

This would be a really cute idea for Halloween parties!

You can check out all of our other fun Halloween creations HERE!

Let's Stay Connected!!

    


Follow on Bloglovin






Monday, October 13, 2014

Halloween Dracula Donuts


We created these fun Dracula Donuts today & my boys got a huge kick out of these.  They are so easy to make!  All you do is add some marshmallows & icing to the top of your favorite doughnut (ours being Krispy Kreme).

Dracula Donuts

1 Glazed Doughnut
Mini Marshmallows
Marshmallow Bits (Jet Puffed)
Chocolate Jimmies
Black Edible Marker
Chocolate Cookie Icing (Betty Crocker)
Red Gel (optional)

Start out by pressing on 4 marshmallow bits at the to of the donut hole. They will stick, but you can always secure with icing.  Cut a mini marshmallow in half at a angle & press them on the sides for fangs.  Cut the marshmallow bits in half & press on for the bottom teeth. Cut a marshmallow bit in half for the eyes & then press on a black edible marker for the pupil. Add chocolate jimmies for the eye brows & then squeeze on the chocolate icing for the hair. We also added a little red gel by the mouth to look like blood.  

Here is a close up...


You can also leave the red gel off & they will look like this...


Close up....


Here is my 8 year old with his Dracula Donut that he helped make!


You can check out all of our other fun Halloween creations HERE!

Let's Stay Connected!!

    


Follow on Bloglovin