Spider Halloween Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Cute, festive, and just a little creepy, this spider Halloween grilled cheese sandwich will have your kids giggling and grinning.
You guys know I don’t do fussy food. I’m not spending hours piping elaborate designs on cookies and cakes. I’m not cooking recipes that require 12 pans to complete one entree. I’m not sharing about how I make my kids’ sandwiches into complicated shapes based on holidays, seasons or events.
However, this fun spider Halloween grilled cheese takes literally 10 seconds longer to make than a normal grilled cheese sandwich.
Lazy Resourceful moms unite — we got this.
If you’re feeling like the cool mom on the block after you make these fun grilled cheese sandwiches, you might also be interested in my pumpkin bar edible mummies. They’re basically pumpkin bars, but instead of spreading the frosting on with a knife, you just zig-zag it across with a piping bag. You’re instantly in the running for mom of the year and it was no sweat off your back.
The only extra work required for this spider grilled cheese sandwich is this:
- Cutting it in a circle — I used a large biscuit cutter for this.
- Sticking pretzels in — 8, because spiders have 8 legs!
- Putting eyes on – I used the reddest dried cranberries I could find, but you could also use raisins or olive slices.
My kids absolutely adored this Halloween grilled cheese and I know yours will too!
PS: If you love the idea of these grilled cheese sandwiches, you’ll probably also love these recipes from Rachel Cooks’ partner, Milk Means More:
PPS: If you’re hosting a Halloween party, or just want to scare up some great Halloween treats for your family, get inspired by 60+ Halloween Recipes (Sweets, Snacks, Dinners, Drinks, and More). For a sweet treat, try this Halloween Popcorn Pops Recipe.
Stuck with a lot of leftover Halloween candy? Looking for a creative way to use those leftovers? Check out these ideas, 30+ Uses for Leftover Halloween Candy. You’ll be glad you did!
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 485 Total Fat: 24g Saturated Fat: 13g Trans Fat: 1g Unsaturated Fat: 8g Cholesterol: 58mg Sodium: 917mg Carbohydrates: 51g Fiber: 5g Sugar: 4g Protein: 17g
Husband’s take: I made three and Ben and the kids each gobbled one up.
Changes I would make: None!
Difficulty: Very easy.
Disclosure: I have been compensated by Milk Means More for my time to develop this Halloween grilled cheese recipe and write this post. All opinions are as always, my own. Find out more about why Milk Means More on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Pinterest.