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Halloween is so fun!! I love the costumes and creativity that come along with with celebrating this holiday. I also love giving you ideas for throwing Halloween parties for kids and I know you are going to love this one. It is a “foodtivity” party where the kids do a food activity and are able to eat their extraordinary creations! It is fun for all ages from pre-school to teens and really lets the kids use their imaginations. I’ll show you our party so you can recreate it at your home with your family and friends!
You will need all kids of colorful and interesting shaped foods for the kids to use to decorate their quesadillas. The tortillas with melted cheese can be the faces of pumpkins or monsters or animals… anything at all that is Halloween related.
You will need:
- medium sized tortillas
- finely shredded cheddar cheese
- Cheez-It® crackers
- Pringles® Original potato crisps
- a color variety of small heirloom tomatoes (some sliced)
- baby spinach leaves
- carrot sticks
- sugar snap peas
- kidney beans
TIP: Here is a limited time digital coupon for some of the ingredients!
What to do:
Set all your ingredients out on small plates and bowls that can be passed around or shared by everyone.
TIP: Because I thought we needed a sweeter treat for our party as well as all the other foods to snack on, I purchased the Keebler® Cookie Mini Fudge Stripes (12 ct.) In case you have not tried them yet, these are shortbread mini cookies striped with delicious fudge that is made from 100% real cocoa.
We also had packs of Keebler® Cookie Mini Chips Deluxe in the Keebler® & Cheez-It® Variety Pack (20 ct.). Both variety of cookies are Uncommonly Made in in the Hollow Tree® which makes them both so Uncommonly Good.®
STEP 1.) Put a tortilla on a plate and cover with a layer of shredded cheese thick enough that the tortilla does not show through.
STEP 2.) Put into the microwave for about 60 seconds. (all microwaves cook differently so watch the cheese to ensure it does not get overcooked.)
STEP 3.) Start decorating!!
TIP: As you can see, the Pringles® crisps were pretty popular. The best thing about these single-serve tubs of Pringles® crisps is that you never feel the need to share. Single-size is just that. There’s just enough, just for you. So while I did put some out on a plate for everyone to share for the quesadilla decorating, we each had our own Pringles single-serve tub for snacking.
TIP: Open the sugar snap peas and take out the peas inside to use for decorating like I did in the one above on the mouth along with the Cheez-It crackers.
When you go shopping to get your party supplies look in the “party packs” section of Meijer for the multi packs that I bought. I visited Meijer but you can visit any Kroger or Kroger banner store near you.
When I went to Meijer not only was everything low priced as usual, but many of the things I bought were on sale! So hurry to get great offers and limited time special pricing on Pringles Snack Packs and Keebler Cookie and Cheez-It Variety Packs at your local Kroger or Kroger banner store!
Not only that but you can use the digital coupon to save on Kellogg products at Kroger!
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Have a fabulously fun Halloween quesadilla decorating party!
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That is a crazy fun idea. My oldest is 13 and refuses to go trick or treating this year, so this is a fun alternative for him on Halloween.
What a fun idea! We love quesadillas at my house and having a Halloween party with the kids decorating their own monster quesadillas will be a blast. So cute!
LOL those look like such a fun idea! I’ll bet they love making those! It’s a chance to EAT and be creative!
This is such an awesome idea, it really makes the meal fun and just perfect for a Halloween party for all!
That looks fun to do and I know that my tween would love that. The food looks great and I know the kiddos would love quesadillas. Even when we don’t have Halloween or any parties it is the one food I can get them to eat without complaint.
Those are some interesting way to decorate a quesadilla. Thinking the grandkids would love to do this.
This is a great idea. My daughter would have so much fun doing this with her friends.
This is the cutest idea! My kids love quesadillas and I never thought to add veggies this way to it. Great way to get them to eat healthy and have fun doing it!
This is such a fun idea! Kids and teens love assembling their own food and who doesn’t like quesadillas?
That looks like so much fun. I should do this for my son’s birthday party! He loves quesodillos!
This looks like so much fun! I love playing with my food and don’t know who would enjoy it more, me or my son!
valmg @ Mom Knows It All
That is such a fun and creative idea! It’s easy to imagine the smiles on kids faces as they have fun making and eating these!
What a fun, kid friendly Halloween party idea! My kids would get a kick out of this and I parents would love the fact that the food is healthy and not filled with sugar and other junk.
What a great idea. I think I will add this to my son’s Halloween party list of spootacular activities )
The monster faced quesadilla looks really cute and a bit creepy. I don’t know if I can have the heart to eat such cute quesadillas.
What a fun idea for kids of all ages. Great treats for before or after trick or treating.
That is the cutest thing that I have ever seen. You are so imaginative. I bet the kids LOVE that!
Sandy N Vyjay
This definitely is going to be one rocking party. The kids are going to love it, and creativity and fun is the name of the game.
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