This peach “pumpkin” tart is a delicious Halloween treat for kids. They are easy to make and fun to eat! These would make a delicious addition to your Halloween party table or as an after-school snack. The filling can be made ahead of time so that your kids help help to make their own tarts.
Halloween Treat for Kids:
Just a few simple steps before you can enjoy these delicious peach “pumpkin” tarts.
Step 1: Start with frozen tart shells baked in the oven. Follow the directions on the package, but it’s typically in the oven at 350 for 10 minutes.
Step 2: Remove the tart shells from the oven and let them cool.
Step 3: While they are cooling, make this delicious tart filling recipe. You could also do this step ahead of time or even the night before and then just let it sit in the fridge (covered) overnight.
Step 4: Once the shells have cooled, fill the bottom of the tart with the tart filling (about a tablespoon).
Step 5: Place a green licorice piece in the tart shell so it’s slightly sticking up above the edge of the tart. This will be your pumpkin stem!
Step 6: Top with sliced peaches (canned or fresh).
That’s it! A cute, delicious and easy Halloween treat for kids. Enjoy!
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1. Halloween Trophy Awards
2. Halloween Jack-O-Lantern Round Paper Lantern
3. Heritage Lace Bats Table Topper
4. Skeleton Felt Chair Cover Halloween Decor
5. Halloween Decor Candy Holder and Bowl
6. Ceramic Black Spider Divided Appetizer Tray
7. Glitterville Halloween Spider Cake Stand with Glass Dome Cover
8. 6 Cavity Halloween Mold
9. Castle Bundt Pan
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13 thoughts on “Halloween Treat For Kids”
Such a cute and best of all super easy idea! Thanks for sharing.
Those look easy!! Like, even I won’t mess them up kind of easy!
These are really cute and much healthier than other usual Halloween treats. 🙂
Thank you for sharing, my son loves peaches so this will be a healthier Halloween treat for him.
I knew this recipe would look delicious, you never disappoint!
These are super cute and look so easy! Thank you for the wonderful post!
They look so good… Great job!
I am on it!! yay!
Dear Cheryl, These peach tarts look like such fun, it is a perfect idea for the kids. Found you through Wonderful Food Wednesday. Blessings, Catherine
These are cute, look delicious and are a much healthier option than the normal junk we offer as treats at Halloween!
Oh…..these are cuter than cute. Such a creative idea. They would make a great presentation for a more grown up Halloween party as well. You know………..if I ever had one of those.
These are so cute and look absolutely delicious. I have been toying around with the idea of having a Halloween party this year and if I do, these are definitely going on my to make list. Thanks for sharing such a yummy recipe and for linking up to Thrifty Thursday.
These are SO adorable! Pinned! Stopping by from the Weekend re-Treat where I’m co-host this weekend. Thanks for linking up with us!