Frankenstein apples are a nice healthy alternative to the candy that piles up so fast in our kids’ Halloween bags. Great non-candy Halloween treat idea for kids with food allergies in particular, but really for all kids.
These Halloween Frankenstein apples can be sent to school for your kid’s classmates, place them in your kid’s lunchbox or hand them out to trick or treaters. You can make them in no time and little ones can help too, if they want.
I also made apple ghosts treats and fruit witches in the past and while for Frankenstein apple treats you can only use green apples, the ghosts don’t require a specific variety of apples.
I like that because Granny Smith apples are not my favorite. I’m more of a sweet apple type.
As for the witch treats, you can use either apples or oranges.
If non-candy Halloween treats is what you’re going for this holiday, make sure to take a look at this list of 27 non-candy Halloween treat ideas. Most of them are non food treats and easy DIY for anyone to make.
Also, here are 13 healthy Halloween treats for school. Be prepared to turn fruits, cheese sticks, pretzel sticks and more into Frankenstein, witches, ghosts, bats and Jack-O-Lanterns. So many great and practical ideas.
Halloween Frankenstein apples
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- green apples
- cellophane bags
- black marker
- washi tape or ribbon
How to make Frankenstein apple treats
Step 1: Wash the apples and place the apples in bags.
Step 2: Tie up the bags and secure them with washi tape or ribbon.
Step 3:Use a black marker to draw a Frankenstein face on the bags.
Note: You can also use googly eyes if you want.