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Halloween Baking Ideas from BACNOBA

Halloween has some of the most exciting activities for kids. I am not talking about Halloween parties, rather the crafts ideas for creative kids like ours. And this time, the kids got to dabble on some Halloween baking ideas. This is organized by the Bacolod-Negros Occidental Bakers Association (BACNOBA) and sponsored by the Philippine Foremost Milling Corporation.

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Dindin’s work during the Halloween Baking activity for kids organized by BACNOBA.

Last year, the kids learned how to design Halloween doughnuts. This year, they made more designs, which make a complete snack for Halloween parties. BACNOBA holds these annual activities for kids in celebration of World Bread Day. Shawna and Shane are so happy to be part of this activity for the last three years.

Here are the girls and their finished work.

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Shawna and Shane showing off their work.

Halloween Baking Ideas

You can easily make these Halloween baking ideas and serve them as snacks for your Halloween parties. So here are what the kids did in the activity that was held at The District North Point. They are all very easy for the kids to make.

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Chef Winnie gives out instructions. She designed these Halloween baking ideas for kids.
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The samples made by Chef Winnie.

Owl Bread

What You Need:

  • Wheat bread, shaped like an owl
  • 1 pc. Ham, sliced into a circle, 1.25 inches in diameter
  • 2 pcs. cheddar cheese, sliced into a circle, 1 inch in diameter
  • 1 pc. dark yellow cheese (like edam), sliced into a triangle
  • 2 little marshmallows, white
  • 2 little ham circles for the eyeballs
  • Mayonnaise
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Owl bread. Interesting snacks for the kids.
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The owl bread toppings were packed like this.

What to do:

Using mayonnaise, secure the toppings on top of the bread. The cheese circles are for the eyes while the ham is for the tummy. The triangle is for the beak. Meanwhile, attach the little ham circles on the marshmallows and top them on the cheese slices.

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Our kids and their new friends.

Brownie Mummy

What you need:

  • Regular sized brownies
  • White frosting
  • 2 Small marshmallows
  • 2 Small pieces chocolate kisses
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The brownie mummy is perhaps the easiest design to execute.

What to do:

Draw zigzag lines on the brownie using the white frosting. Attach the chocolate kisses on the marshmallows to make eyeballs and stick them on the frosting to make eyes. This is very easy to assemble.

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Achi helps Siobe in piping the frosting on the brownie.

Spider Cookie

What you need:

  • Regular cookie, preferably oatmeal
  • Melted chocolate in a piping bag
  • Ricoa Flat Tops chocolate candy
  • 2 Small marshmallows
  • 2 Small chocolate kisses
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The Spider Cookie. Use whatever brown-colored cookie you like.

What to do:

Draw 8 legs on the cookie using the melted chocolate. Put a big dot of chocolate in the middle and stick the Flat Tops. Put chocolate frosting on the little chocolate and attach them on the marshmallows. Using chocolate frosting again, attach the marshmallows on the Flat Tops to make the eyes. You may omit the little chocolate eyeballs for this design. You can just make dots on the marshmallows using the chocolate frosting.

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Pipping melted chocolate on the cookie.

Doughnut Monsters

What you need:

  • A doughnut with holes and a whole doughnut
  • Melted chocolate in a container and a piping bag
  • White frosting
  • Pink frosting
  • Marshmallows
  • Little chocolates
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Two designs for the doughnut monsters.

What to do:

You can let your kids imagination run wild here. In our kids’ case, the doughnut with hole was coated on one side with chocolate by dunking the doughnut face in the melted chocolate. Then marshmallows with chocolate eyeballs were attached on top.

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Dunking doughnuts in frosting and chocolate.

As for the whole doughnut, it was covered with pink or white frosting. A zombie face was drawn on it using the melted chocolate in the piping bag.

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Shane works on the zombie doughnut.

Creative Activities for Kids

We love these activities for kids as we are homeschooling our children. It can be tricky homeschooling in Bacolod because there are no providers here that can organize activities for us. We have to find ways. And if there are learning opportunities like these, we grab them.

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Some of the kids who joined.

About BACNOBA

The Bacolod-Negros Occidental Bakers’ Association (BACNOBA) is the umbrella organization of most bakers in Bacolod City and Negros Occidental. They exist in order to protect member bakers from baking industry threats, to leverage for prices and ordinances, to keep their baking supplies steady, and of course, to foster camaraderie among its members.

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BACNOBA officers with representatives of the Philippine Foremost Milling Corporation.

Thank you, BACNOBA, Mrs. Chole Cuenca-Chua, and Mr. Arvin Chua for having us every year!

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BACNOBA officers with the all the kids who joined in the Halloween baking activity.

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3 thoughts on “Halloween Baking Ideas for Kids

  1. Oh I love all of these ideas! I wish I had seen them last week and could have done them with the children this week. That said, I could still do them even though halloween has passed!

    1. That’s true, right? These are fun activities for kids. As long as they are creating something, that’s fun for them, Halloween or not 😀

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