Yogurt for Halloween? Most kids probably won't be too happy with a yogurt cup in their candy buckets. But make that yogurt into Halloween party treats and tired trick-or-treaters will surely appreciate this dairy.
Yogurt Candy Corn Popsicle Recipe (Oh My! Creative)
This Yogurt Candy Corn Popsicle Recipe from Oh My! Creative is definitely worth a try. It's all about layering colored yogurt to resemble the well-loved fall candy associated with fall and Halloween. The custard flavoring is a great addition to the creamy vanilla flavor of Vanilla yogurt and takes this Popsicle recipe to the next level!
"Just one of many Candy Corn Ideas for this time of year. A simple treat for after school, Halloween party or a fall celebration…hand them out after a hayride, raking leaves or an afternoon bonfire."
- 32 oz. container of vanilla yogurt
- 3 drops Wilton creamy vanilla custard flavoring
- Wilton orange food gel
- Wilton yellow food gel
- 3 Wilton disposable decorator icing bags (or you can use 3 Ziploc bags snipped at the corner)
Frozen Yogurt Pumpkin Bites (Mighty Delighty)
If your kids are fans of frozen yogurt, they'll surely love this Frozen Yogurt Pumpkin Bites recipe from Mighty Delighty. It's as easy as coloring Greek yogurt, piping it into pumpkin shapes onto a baking sheet and popping it into the freezer. The result? pumpkin-shaped yogurt bites!
"Now as a disclaimer I do not feed my children brightly colored bits of yogurt all day long, but I have figured out that it a food visually appeals to them, they are more incline to try it when offered at another time... uncolored and unshaped into fun seasonal treats."
- Greek Yogurt (flavored or plain your choice)
- Orange Food Coloring
- Green Food Coloring
- Wax Paper
- Decorating bag or plastic baggie with the corner cut
- Green Sunny Seeds of M&M's (optional)
Easy Halloween Yogurt Cups (The Seasoned Mom)
The Seasoned Mom has a superb recipe called Easy Halloween Yogurt Cups. This is a great way to liven up a cup of yogurt. Just by adding chocolate snack grahams and candy toppings, a simple serving of yogurt becomes a colorful and creative Halloween treat any kid would love to eat!
"These easy Halloween Yogurt Cups are a 5-minute snack idea that the kids cannot resist! Create spooky spider webs and festive pumpkin patches that are perfect for Halloween celebrations, school parties, or other fall gatherings."
- Chocolate Snack Grahams
- Black cake frosting
- Candy eyes
- Vanilla Yogurt
- Black licorice
- Candy pumpkins
Ludy's Kitchen Cooking Tip:
If you're not comfortable using store-bought food coloring on your Halloween treats, you can make your very own natural food coloring at home! You can use pure carrot juice for orange, saffron for yellow, and Matcha powder for green.
Make cooking a lot easier and more enjoyable by using good quality silicone baking mats. Not only are silicone mats sturdy and durable. Because they're non-stick, you can also cut your clean-up time in half.