14 Scare-Worthy Breakfasts to Surprise Your Kids on Oct. 31
Halloween is just one day a year, so making every second of Oct. 31 special enough that the spooky magic lasts through the next 364 days is no easy feat. To help you start off the morning with a Halloween version of the most important meal of the day, we've rounded up a few creepy creations to fill your kids' bellies before they head off to school in their costume.
Scroll through for 14 spooky breakfast ideas to serve your little princesses, vampires, and superheroes on Oct. 31.
Pumpkin Pie Jack-O-Lantern Pop Tarts
Forget store-bought Pop Tarts, these pumpkin pie jack-o-lanterns are the perfect Halloween morning treat.
These orange Halloween pancakes are given even more of a creepy theme with a sneaky chocolate syrup spider web topping.
To make these mummy apples, use a peeler to create jagged mummy wrappings and add two chocolate chip eyes.
Add a bit of orange food dye to waffle batter and create a chocolate chip jack-o-lantern face inside the waffle-maker to make these cute pumpkin waffles.
Monster Apple Bites
Beware! These monster mouths featuring apple slices, slivered almonds, and PB&J totally "bite!"
Jack-O-Lantern Fruit Cups
Hollow out an orange and pile in your kiddo's favorite fruits to make these jack-o-lantern fruit cups.
Pumpkin Pie Breakfast Bake
This pumpkin pie breakfast bake is a warm and cozy recipe for a chilly Halloween morning.
Messily peel a kiwi halfway, stick in chocolate chip eyes, and add a pretzel mouth and ears to make these adorable "Franken-kiwis."
Topped with candy googly eyes, these multi-colored pancakes are going to be a Halloween hit!
Hollow out a mini pumpkin enough to fit a plastic cup of your kiddo's favorite cereal inside to give even the simplest breakfast a Halloween theme.
Witch's Brew Breakfast Pudding
This scary-looking witch's brew breakfast pudding is a healthy breakfast recipe that will creep your kids out in the best way.
Pumpkin Spice Pop Tarts
With crispy edges, warm pumpkin filling, and sweet brown sugar cinnamon frosting, your kids are going to want these pumpkin spice pop tarts all year long.
These baked pumpkin donuts have just two ingredients — yellow cake mix and pumpkin!