Kids will love these 3 healthy Halloween lunch ideas. Make Frankenstein, a Jack O’Lantern, or skeleton for Halloween or Frankenstein Friday.
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I absolutely love Halloweentime. From the costumes and decorations to trick-or-treating, and fall activities like carving Jack O’Lanterns.
Halloween falls on a Tuesday this year, so why not surprise your kids with a fun healthy Halloween lunch or snack that day.
Halloween lunch ideas
These lunches are so much fun to make. I’m showing you how to do three (Frankenstein, a Jack O’Lantern, and Skeleton), but with a little creativity, you could make them for any of the traditional Halloween characters.
What you need
- Sandwich wraps
- Sandwich wrap filling
- Food writer pen
- Mini Babybel® Halloween cheese
- Healthy snacks such as veggie chips and fruit
- Candy eyes
Add your favorite filling to your wrap.
Don’t forget to use a food writer pen to make a face and add edible candy eyes. Fill your lunch box with healthy treats your kids will love.
These easy lunches for kids are perfect whether you are making them for school or home. It would be so much fun to surprise them with a Frankenstein lunch on Frankenstein Friday, Friday the 27th of October. A Jack O’Lantern or skeleton lunch on Tuesday 31st of October for Halloween would be perfect too.
I was inspired to make these healthy Halloween lunch ideas by the new Mini Babybel® Halloween cheese available in Target stores.
Aren’t they adorable? They make the perfect Halloween snacks for kids.
Watch the video below for the full details on how to make the sandwich wraps, but they are quick and easy. I put chicken salad in mine, but you could make them with turkey, salad, leftovers, or whatever your kids normally love in wraps – my little man loves gluten-free sandwich wraps with ham and cheese.
Visit the Mini Babybel® website for more great ideas and follow the hashtags #BabybelTarget and #HealthyHalloween on social media for even more great ideas.
Are you looking for more ideas to put into your kid’s lunch box this Halloween? Check out these:
- Make this simple but spooky school lunch for kids.
- These Halloween treats using Jack Links Jerky are perfect for lunch boxes.
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