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Spook-tacular Halloween Lunch

Creepy cute eats for a ghoulish good time!

Spook-tacular Halloween Lunch

Halloween is creeping up, and it's time to add a touch of enchantment to your lunchbox! This year, we've concocted a magical packed lunch that's eerie, adorable and easy to make! From Spider Pizza to Orange Pumpkins, we'll show you how to make your Halloween lunch an extraordinary experience. So grab your lunchbox and let's get creative!

 

Ingredients list:

Personal Sized Pizza

Olives

Mandarin Orange

Celery

Banana

Peanut Butter

Ritz crackers (or similar)

Peanut Butter

Pretzel sticks, or regular pretzels broken into smaller pieces

Popcorn

Favorite Halloween themed treat

 

Prep Tools:

Three Piece Prep Set

Prep to Pack Cutting Board

 

Note: These will work with the Rover, Launch, or Shuttle lunchboxes! 

 

Personal Pizza with Olive Spiders: Kick off your Halloween lunch adventure with a personal pizza that's not for the faint-hearted. Transform your store bought mini pizza into a spooky masterpiece by using sliced black olives as creepy-crawly spiders. Slice the olives into thin strips for legs and place one halved olive in the center as the body. This is a delightful and slightly eerie treat for your taste buds.

 

Mandarin Orange Pumpkins with Celery Stems: Infuse a burst of Vitamin C into your lunchbox with a mandarin orange artfully crafted to resemble a miniature pumpkin. Peel them and add a small piece of celery as the stem on top (using the leafy upper stalks works great). These small pumpkin look-alikes are certain to bring joy to your palate with their citrusy sweetness.

 

Ritz Cracker Spiders: For a snack with a creepy-crawly twist, craft Ritz cracker spiders. Spread peanut butter on two Ritz crackers, sandwich them together, and use mini chocolate chips for the eyes. Attach pretzel sticks as legs to complete the spider look. These petite arachnids are a tasty, fun addition to your lunch.

 

Banana Ghosts: No Halloween is complete without a visit from a ghost. To make these adorable and healthy lunchbox addition, use a wavy chopper to give the bottom of the banana (using the top portion gives the best look) a ghostly shape. Add chocolate chips for eyes and a mouth, attaching with a small dab of peanut butter. These charming banana ghosts are a festive and nutritious addition to your lunchtime celebrations.

 

Popcorn with optional Spider Rings:

Add a spooky surprise to the snack everyone loves. Prepare your popcorn according to the directions on the box, and adorn with spider ring decorations for a snack that is sure to shock!

 

Sweet Treat:

In the center treat compartment feel free to fill with your favorite Halloween treats! We used candy corn and pumpkins here readily available in the Halloween aisle at your go-to store.

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