Halloween Don’t Eat Pete and Other fun Halloween cereal activities and Snacks like ghost bananas, Halloween cereal treat boxes and more!
What do you do when your husband loves buying seasonal cereal for the kids? You go along with it because they are only little once. And they can have mom’s boring cereal choices the rest of the year. I remember him finding Boo Berry cereal at the commissary for $1 a box one year and brought home like 4 boxes of it ::gag:: I don’t care for sugary cereal, but the boxes are fun for Halloween so I came up with 3 not-so-spooky ways to incorporate it! What kid doesn’t like cereal?
Halloween Party Idea #1: Breakfast Cereal Bar
Set out an assortment of spooky cereals and sliced fruit! Give the fruit labels and names like monster eyes (blueberries), witch tongues (sliced strawberries) or make ghost bananas to set on top!
I sliced a banana in quarters. Length-wise and then width-wise. Then added chocolate chips!
Halloween Party Idea #2: Cereal Party Favors
My kids love these fun flavor straws. Dip them in a glass of milk and drink! They come in chocolate, cookies and cream, strawberry and other flavors. Dip them in the extra milk from your cereal for a sweet breakfast treat. I thought these would make fun party favors to I added them to a small box of cereal! Wouldn’t this make an awesome birthday gift, too? A box of cereal and a package of flavored milk straws! Making a mental note to do this for the next birthday party that my kids are invited to.
These boxes hold just enough for 1 serving and were super inexpensive to put together. A fun take-home party favor. These would be fun to pass out at class parties too!
Halloween Party Idea #3: Halloween “Don’t Eat Pete” Game
Have you played Don’t Eat Pete before? It’s a fun game that you can cater to ANY THEME. I think I’ve seen basically every version of Don’t Eat Pete on the web. We even made a Minnie Mouse Don’t Eat Pete printable years ago. I thought a monster one would be fun for a Halloween party. Here are the rules!
Don’t Eat Pete is one of the most basic games on the planet and kids LOVE it. Cereal works great as game markers (candy does, too!)
Download the free Halloween Don’t Eat Pete game sheet below.
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