Fun Fruit Witch

Fruit Witch

And to go with Wednesday’s cauldron here is a cutesy, fun food witch.

Healthy snacks for Halloween witch


– Kiwi fruit (or melon)

– Pineapple (or melon/apple/pear)

– Raisins (or blueberries)

– Mandarin segments (or orange)

– Long thread coconut (optional)


1. Cut the Kiwi in half once peeled.

Fruit Witch - 1 head (1 of 1)

2. Shape it so it’s a little more “face-shaped” and flatten the top ready for the hat.

Fruit Witch - 2 shaped (1 of 1)

3. Add a pineapple brim (it’s actually two pieces pushed together).

Fruit Witch - 3 hat brim (1 of 1)

4. Make a triangular top for the hat from more pineapple.

Fruit Witch - 4 peak (1 of 1)

5. Then add a kiwi nose.

Fruit Witch - 5 nose (1 of 1)

6. Give her some raisin eyes.

Fruit Witch - 6 eyes (1 of 1)

7. And then a mouth.

Fruit Witch - 7 mouth (1 of 1)

8. Use some mandarin segments for her hair.

Fruit Witch - 8 hair (1 of 1)

9. Move her to the middle, add some long grain coconut for spells and watch out for the frogs and spiders!

Fruit Witch Halloween fun food

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Fun Haunted House (Halloween)

Haunted House

Nothing screams horror like a haunted house. Although my house is more cartoon than fright!

This is a fun, simple to construct Halloween breakfast or light lunch and my boys were delighted with the house but not happy until I added the bats for full effect.

Healthy creative food for kids


– 3 slices of bread. Ours is bakery so on the small side.

– 1 large egg

– 1 small tomato

– 1 large baby spinach leaf – for the bat


1. Cut a large piece for the centre of the house. It’s a very forgiving design as you can cut pretty much however it comes and it’ll look OK.

Haunted House - 1 Bread (1 of 1)


2. I used another piece of bread for a tower.

Haunted House - 2b (1 of 1)


3. Then the 3rd piece of bread to make two side towers.

Haunted House - 3b (1 of 1)


I added triangles to the top of them for roofs. I also cut corners off the first slice of bread and placed them on the top edge of the large piece. It just seemed to give it better balance.

4. I cooked the egg yolk and white separately. The yolk I cut into shapes to make the windows.


 Haunted House - 5 egg windows (1 of 1)

5. Then I used a slice of cheese cut to make a door.

Haunted House - 6b (1 of 1)


6. And sliced pieces from the tomato to make window frames and a window for the door.

Haunted House - 7b (1 of 1)


7. I used the white of the egg to make the moon.

Haunted House - 8 moon (1 of 1)


And some pieces of bread for the steps.

8. Then I sprinkled some oat bran as stars.

Healthy Halloween Food

And for my boys added some bats cut from baby spinach leaves!!

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Fun Apple Bat – Halloween

Apple Bat

Black food is very limited so I have decided to work the contrast the other way round for Halloween this year and do light objects on a dark background …

This is my cute, fun and simple apple bat.

Fun healthy food for children


– Red Apple

– Coconut / oat bran (for stars)


1. Cut two wings from the largest part of the apple at the centre. I used one wing to make a template for the other.

Apple Bat - 1 wings (1 of 1)


2. Then I cut a circle for the head.

Apple Bat - 2 head (1 of 1)


3. And some pointy ears.

Apple Bat - 3  (1 of 1)


4. I gave him some little feet but removed them later!

Apple Bat - 4 Feet  (1 of 1)


5. Then used the outer part of the apple to make a smiley face.

Apple Bat - 5 face (1 of 1)


6. And more of the red part of the apple for detail for the wings.

Apple Bat - 6 detail (1 of 1)


7. I cut another circle for the moon.

Apple Bat - 7 moon (1 of 1)


8. Then sprinkled coconut for stars.

Healthy Food for Halloween

9. I decided I didn’t like the feet so ate them!!

Healthy snacks for Halloween

(Assault and battery ?!?!?)

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