By: Jennifer Murray

“Owl”oween Snack Mix and Treat Bags

owl treat bags for halloween

It’s time to start planning for Fall and all of its festiveness. And how cute are these “Owl”oween Treat Bags and Snack Mix for trick-or-treaters, fall parties, or after school munchies??!!!

The mix is four simple ingredients, and fun for the kids to make together.

making halloween snack mix with kids

Here’s What You Need for the Snack Mix:

  • A Box of Honey Grahm Cereal
  • A Bag of Miniature Marshmallows
  • A Bag of Semi-Sweet {or milk or dark} Chocolate Chips
  • A Bag of Reese’s Pieces Chocolate Candies

Simply mix the ingredients together in a large bowl until well blended.

It’s the good stuff, You Guys. There’s no looking back. Think S’mores with Peanut Butter.

halloween snack mix

To Assemble Each Individual Owl Treat Bag You Need:

  • Brown Construction Paper Cut In the Shape Of An Owl Face (You can use a template like this one.) I folded over my paper in half to make it double-sided and easier to attach.
  • 2 Large Orange or Dark Brown Circles
  • 2 Medium White Circles
  • 2 Small Black Circles
  • 1 Yellow or Orange Triangle
  • Adhesive Tape or Staples
  • Scissors
  • Glue Stick
  • Small Treat Bag (like these)

(Just multiply these supplies by the number of owls you plan on making.)

halloween owl treat bags

Assemble the owls as shown. Cut feathers or slits on the side of the owls face. Then filling the bag with the mix, and then attach the owl face to the treat bag with staples or tape.

halloween snack mix recipe

You can serve the remaining mix for a fall get-together or store it in an air-tight container to keep it fresh.

So now that you have some OWL-ragious treats to share with your favorite trick or treaters, are you in full costume planning mode?

We’re kinda famous for pulling off some hilarious group Halloween costumes. And the pressure is on every year to come up with something clever. So far this year, I’m blank and need your inspiration.

I know y’all have ridiculously creative Halloween costumes worth sharing. Hub Network is hosting a First Annual Halloween Bash Costume Contest with a chance at a $25,000 prize. Now THAT’s a lot of CANDY CORN!!!

It’s a costume contest like no other and there’s a winner from each state with 6 categories to enter! Check it out, enter, and we’ll be sure to cheer you on!

 

This post was sponsored by Hub Network through their partnership with Circle of Moms. While I was compensated to write a post about Hub Network’s First Annual Halloween Bash Costume Contest, all opinions are my own.

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