Halloween Fun ~ Creepy Smiles & Carrot Fingers

Halloween Fun ~ Creepy Smiles & Carrot Fingers

My husband had to work through dinner on Monday so I decided to make a fun and festive Halloween meal for my kids.  First up, were these fun and silly creepy smiles & carrot fingers. I was inspired by several different website with Halloween ideas for your kids’ meals.  My kids gobbled them all up and I never once had to remind them to eat their veggies.  You can’t beat that! I’ll post the other spooktacular recipes from this dinner soon.

Halloween Fun ~ Creepy Smiles & Carrot Fingers

Cut a slice down the center of the pea pods lengthwise through both sides of the pod.  Place a piece of baby bell pepper into the center of the slice.  Add a few almond slivers inside for the fangs.

Peel the carrots and cut them into finger length pieces.  Place a bit of the cheese on the back of the almond slice then place on the tip of the carrot to look like a finger nail.  Place on a plate and serve.  Enjoy.

Halloween Fun ~ Creepy Smiles & Carrot Fingers

Halloween Fun ~ Creepy Smiles & Carrot Fingers

Halloween Fun ~ Creepy Smiles & Carrot Fingers

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 2

Ingredients

  • Creepy Smiles:
  • 4 snow pea pods slit through the center
  • 2 baby bell peppers seeded & sliced into tongue shapes
  • Almond slivers
  • Carrot Fingers:
  • 4 carrots peeled & cut to finger length
  • Laughing cow cheese wedge
  • Almond slices

Instructions

  • Cut a slice down the center of the pea pods lengthwise through both sides of the pod. Place a piece of baby bell pepper into the center of the slice. Add a few almond slivers inside for the fangs.
  • Peel the carrots and cut them into finger length pieces. Place a bit of the cheese on the back of the almond slice then place on the tip of the carrot to look like a finger nail. Place on a plate and serve. Enjoy.
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26 Comments

  1. How fun! I need to do this!!!
    XO Kris

  2. Kim in MD says:

    Ha! I laughed out loud when I saw that first photo! 🙂 What a fun, cool Mom you are, Pam. I can’t wait to see more spooktacular recipes!

  3. Really cute Pam, I know your kids went crazy over these, they’d even be fun for adults too!

  4. thats a great idea! Even though I have adult children, I bet they still would get a kick out of this. Very cute idea

  5. Adorable! And what a great way to get kids to eat veggies. 🙂

  6. eeeeh, these are SO fun! i love those tongues hanging out!

  7. My sister used to have Fall parties when her kids were younger, these would have been so perfect.

  8. Young lady, QUIT playing with your dinner and eat your vegetables!

  9. Hi Pam!
    I absolutely love this idea! I write for DailyBurn.com, a health and fitness website, and I’d love to share this awesome recipe with our readers. Please email me at [email protected] and we can go from there!

    Best,
    Alex