Halloween Monster Teeth Recipe
Halloween monster teeth are silly and super easy to make. Great for an after-school snack, play date treat, or school party. Halloween monster teeth are a quick treat to whip up for kids and even adults. Like they always say, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away!”
Halloween Monster Teeth
If you have a little one who struggles with eating, give these monster teeth a go. They are so fun, it will lure in your little one to want to give it a taste. You have crisp apples that are smothered in peanut butter with soft marshmallows for teeth. Tasty and easy to make.
You could even slice the apples up yourself, and then let your kids help assemble these silly and spooky monster teeth treats.
How to Make Monster Teeth
Start off by slicking up your apples into wedges. If you can make sure to have an even number of slices, as you will need two for each mouth.
Then lather on a bit of peanut butter on one side of the apple.
Next place your marshmallows lying flat on the peanut butter. Do as many teeth as you would like. I did a few that just had a few teeth. Once you have assembled your teeth, place to other apple skin side facing out on top.
This monster teeth treat literally takes minutes to assemble, and it is a great way to sneak in a little fruit into your kiddo’s diet. Kids love a fun snack, and these monster teeth are just that.
Halloween Safety Tips
If you plan to trick or treat follow these safety tips below to stay safe while you are out loading up your candy bags.
Crosswalks | Make sure you are using crosswalks when you can. When it is getting dark it can be hard to see kids running across the road, and you could easily get hit.
Reflective Tape | Consider buying some reflective tape to apply to your kiddo’s costume. This is great for cars being able to see them better as they are going from house to house. Or you can use glow stick necklaces to help allow people to find them.
Neighborhood | Try to trick or treat in a well-lit neighborhood. Street lights are nice so that no one can sneak out and grab your child.
Adult With Them | Make sure if you have younger kids out that there is an adult present. There are so many people out on Halloween, you want to ensure your kids stay safe.
Cell Phone | If you have slightly older kids make sure they take a fully charged cell phone. So that if they need help they can easily call someone.
Porch Light | Growing up we were always taught only go to houses that have porch lights on. That means they are welcoming kids to come and trick or treat.
Distractions | If you are driving your kids around, put your phone down and pay attention. It is hard to see and the kids will inevitably run around. Make sure you are paying attention at all times.