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Halloween Lunch Box – Frankenstein Halloween Lunch for Kids

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It’s hard to believe that Halloween is just a couple of weeks away! Come October, Halloween is all my stepson can talk about. The treats, the costumes, and all the fun spooky foods we will prepare together. With the holiday falling on a weekday this year, you know the kids are all going to be talking about their costumes and candy during lunch that day. So why not get them into the haunting spirit early with this spook-tacular Frankenstein Halloween lunch box idea.

Scare up some fun with this super cute lunch idea for the kids for Halloween! Your little goblins will gobble up this spooktacular Halloween lunch box full of freaky good fun and foods!

Frankenstein Halloween Lunch Box 

This healthy and fun Halloween lunch box is one your little goblins are sure to gobble up! It takes just minutes to make, and you can even include a cute Halloween printable lunch note!

To make this cute lunchbox theme you will need the following ingredients and supplies.

  • a container with separate sections,
  • ham, cheese, flour tortillas, mayo,
  • a ghost marshmallow,
  • one large grape,
  • a box of raisins,
  • one powdered donut,
  • one Lifesaver candy,
  • one black Sixlet,
  • red gel icing,
  • a pack of Welch’s Fruit Snacks,
  • edible food markers, and a
  • Frankenstein shaped cookie cutter (aff. link).

Make the Ham and Swiss Frankenstein Sandwiches by using the Frankenstein cookie cutter to cut the tortillas, the ham and the cheese. Cut as many pieces as your prefer.  Put the mini sandwiches together using a bit of mayo for extra flavor. Use a black edible food marker to add Frankenstein’s facial features including the eyes, hair, mouth and scar.

Halloween lunch box frankenstein-sandwich

Next, make the fruit spider using a large red grape, toothpicks and raisins. I find it easiest to put the raisins on toothpicks first and then insert the toothpicks into the grape.

halloween-lunch box fruit-spider

For the donut eyeball, first draw the red lines using the red gel icing. Next, place one Lifesaver candy in the middle of the donut, then attach a black Sixlet using a dab of the gel icing. 

halloween-lunch box-donut-eyeball

Use a black edible food marker to draw two eyes and a mouth on the ghost marshmallow. 

halloween-lunch box-ghost-marshmallow

Grab a package of Welch’s Fruit Chews, and then place it all in a container.

halloween-lunch box-with-welchs-fruit-snacks

And that’s it. Your spooktacular Halloween themed lunch is finished! Add a Halloween-themed lunch note to make this lunch even more special.

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Help Fight Childhood Hunger with Welch’s and Feeding America 

Speaking of children’s lunches, sadly, too many kids go hungry all day long. Thankfully, there is something you can do to help. Through October, Welch’s® Fruit Snacks is partnering with Feeding America® the nation’s largest hunger-relief and food rescue organization to provide 1 million meals to children in need.

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Here’s how you can do your part and join Welch’s® Fruit Snacks to fight childhood hunger:

  1. Buy any Welch’s® Fruit Snacks
  2. Snap a photo of the packaging
  3. Submit your photo by either:

For each photo received, Welch’s® Fruit Snacks will donate $1.00 to Feeding America®!

Scare up some freaky fun with this super cute lunch idea for the kids for Halloween! Your little goblins will gobble up this spooktacular Halloween lunch box full of freaky good fun and foods!

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