Spider Cookie

It's the day before Halloween! Yippppeee! I've been giving you Halloween lunch ideas over the past two weeks, and today I am going to post three separate lunch ideas for you to be able to do for your child's Halloween lunch tomorrow.

I haven't talked much about my son's costume. It's his first Halloween and he's going to be a dragon. Just shy of one year old, he's promised to ward off all evil from his Fairy Princess sister. 

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This lunch is in an EasyLunchboxes container. She has orange sweet mini peppers, orange cherry tomatoes and carrots. The pasta seen in the orange silicone cup (pack of 2 at the Target $1 spot) is actually from a box of Kraft macaroni and cheese Trick or Cheesy Halloween edition. I found the Kraft box at Target and I just used the pasta to make my own homemade macaroni and cheese (milk and Parmesan cheese). There's that spider ring! Pack of 20 for $1 at Party City. She also has a clementine and a spider cookie.

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Now, wait just a second there. Spider cookies? How did you make that?!? EASY! We used good 'ole Betty Crocker cookie mix that we found at Target to make the cookies. As soon as I got the cookies out of the oven, I used one of the spider rings to make an impression in the cookie! It made a perfect spider impression and Harper filled it with fall colored nonpareil sprinkles (found in the Target $1 bins). Have fun!

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