8 Haunting Hacks for the Whole Family
October 12, 2016
Halloween is creeping up – but don’t let it spook you! Whether you’re an experienced Halloween party pro or just looking to be in the know, these hauntingly easy hacks – from snacks, to costumes, to creepy decor – from Farm Rich and friends will help you trick and treat your family and friends for this ghostly holiday.
1. Mummy Bowls
This spooky little serving dish can be made in minutes and adds a touch or terror to your Halloween party table. Plus, it recycles items you have around the house. Fill it up with our favorite snacks and you have a scary good combo. Learn how to make it here.
2. Flying Bats
Add some frightful fun to the family room with these crafty bats. Create your own swarm in minutes for a quick and easy Halloween theme.
3. Glow Pumpkins
Light up the night (or maybe just your front doorstep) with these colorful glow-in-the-dark pumpkins. These festive, colorful pumpkins let the whole family show off their creative side with no carving required, and no seedy mess afterward! See the two-step instructions here.
4. Spooky Sliders
Don’t look now, but your food is staring back at you! Give these goofy (and wholesome) Chicken Bite Sliders a go – kids won’t be able to gobble them up fast enough! And did we mention you can make them in less than 10 minutes? A creepy addition to the Halloween spread. Get the recipe.
5. Candy Corn Punch
Sip on something sweet and spooky with this colorful drink that uses only a few ingredients. (And Mom and Dad, Feel free to add a little “punch” of your own to this Candy Corn Punch!) Get the recipe from NellieBellie.
6. Mummy Meatballs
A kid-friendly dish to serve before you set the trick-or-treaters loose, these Mummy Meatballs can be made quickly using frozen meatballs, refrigerated dough and a little ketchup and mustard. Learn how here.
7. Ghostly Front Door
Transform your front door (for just $1) and all the little goblins will come running. The DIY door decoration hack is fast and easy and makes the perfect Halloween family craft activity. Check it out, from Honey & Fitz.
8. No-Sew Bat Wings
A pair of DIY bat wings from Little Inspiration are ready in minutes and you’ll soon have kids flapping all over the house! Perfect for any bat-inspired costume, they’re inexpensive and fun to make, and you can even make a little set for babies or toddlers!