These little mummy wrapped raisin boxes are cute, healthy, and the kids can make them all by themselves! Its’ also a snack idea that doubles as a craft! These little mummy boxes are all kinds of Halloween goodness. You don’t even need scissors for these bad boys! The mummies are perfect for handing out on Halloween night or for party classroom treats.
To make these mummy raisin boxes, you’ll need:
- Masking tape
- Google eyes
- Small boxes of raisins
Now, for the very complicated instructions. Just wrap the raisin box with masking tape, it tears super easy with your hands, no scissors necessary. Then, glue on 2 google eyes to the top part of the box. Voila! Adorable and healthy Halloween treats for everyone!
This is the first of a few posts coming at you with cute, easy, non candy Halloween food ideas! Get excited, y’al, because some of them even include cheesy sayings and free printables! Woot woot!
Comments & Reviews
Quirky Homemaker says
Oh my gosh! So simple and cute! Thanks for sharing. 🙂 Have a great weekend!
Renee Birchfield says
What a fun easy idea! I love that its also a healthy snack. Visiting from Your Whims Wednesday Link up!
Sammi Ricke says
This is the CUTEST idea! Thanks for sharing 🙂 Pinned!
Erin @ Stay at Home Yogi says
So. Freakin’. Cute!
How fun!! What a perfect idea for a class party or just smiles at home – I love it! Thank you for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty
Quinn Caudill says
Very cute idea for the kids. Thanks for sharing with us at #Throwback Thursday. Hope to see you again this week.
What a cute idea! Googly eyes make everything more fun anyways! Thanks for linking up with us at the Best of the Blogosphere! We’d love to have you back for a new week tomorrow!
What a cute and easy way to package a healthy Halloween snack for the littles. I will definitely be keeping this in mind next year for class parties. Thanks for sharing!
Jessy @ The Life Jolie says
Such a great idea! I love that its a cute way of presenting a healthy snack!
I stopped by from The Scoop.
I love this and I have all of the materials already! Perfect for school lunches.
Linda at Muxed Kreations says
How cute! Bet the little ones would enjoy this craft, then after they are finished they could eat their healthy snack. This may even help those picky eater eat something healthy.
Mrs. Match says
I LOVE this idea!!
YES! What a brilliant idea. I might do this for some other little boxes I have around Halloween.