Home > Holidays > Halloween > 15 Halloween Breakfast Ideas 15 Halloween Breakfast Ideas October 3, 2023 | No Comments SAVE TO RECIPE BOX Jump to Recipe This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy. Try our spread of favorite Halloween Breakfast Ideas, from festive waffles to fun apple Monster Mouths. Discover bubbling grape cauldrons, spooky ghost donuts, adorable Frankenstein kiwis, simple banana ghosts, and quick two-ingredient orange “pumpkins.” Paired with fresh berries and syrup, it’s a Halloween treat that rivals other holiday feasts! 15 Halloween Breakfast Ideas Halloween isn’t just about candy, costumes, and creepy decor; it’s also the perfect occasion to kickstart your day with some spooky and delicious breakfast ideas. Whether you’re planning a Halloween breakfast bash or a simple surprise for your family, these 15 Halloween Breakfast Ideas have got you covered. We’ve delved deep into seven of them, and the remaining eight are tucked under “Even More Ideas.” Let the morning festivities begin! Halloween Breakfast Ideas 1. Frankenstein Kiwi: Turning fruit into monsters! Get creative: Transform green kiwis into our favorite green monster. The fun part? Peeling the fruit to get those jagged hairlines! Variation: Not a kiwi fan? Green apples can be Franken-fied in a similar manner. Tip: Using a toothpick, you can easily adjust those chocolate chip eyes or even add eyebrows! 2. Monster Mouth: A crunchy creepy delight Dress it up: While we love the classic teeth made from seeds, consider slivered almonds, mini marshmallows, or even candy corn instead! Berry Scary: Add a strawberry slice as a tongue, or go wild with raspberry “blood” jam dripping down for an extra spooky touch. Quick Note: Salted water for the apples is a lifesaver. No one likes brown monster mouths! Not sure about this trick? Read all about it here on our Caramel Apple Bar post. 3. Monster Donuts: Easy peasy and a little queasy Toppings galore: Beyond the candy eyes, you can use red food gel to draw on creepy eye veins. For chocolate lovers: Swap out the candy eyes for a Mummy Donut instead! Pipe melted white chocolate across the donut and then adhere the candy eyes before the chocolate hardens. All the details are in this Halloween Donuts post. Halloween Breakfast Ideas, Continued 4. Cauldrons: Magic in every bite Mix it up: Combine different fruits for a more colorful potion. Think blueberries, pomegranate seeds, or even small melon balls. Added fog: Pop a small piece of dry ice in the cauldron for a bubbling, foggy effect. Ensure it’s safe and fully evaporated before eating! 5. Halloween Waffles: shapes and shades matter! Color craze: Go beyond the shape; mix some food coloring into your batter for even more fun! Toppings tips: Ghostly whipped cream, bloody blueberry syrup, or even edible spider decorations can up the spook factor. QUICK TIP Here are our favorite syrup recipes to top your Halloween waffles: Vanilla Sauce, Buttermilk Syrup, or Pancake Syrup. 6. Banana Ghosts: The easiest phantoms around Additional spook: Before adding the chocolate chips, dip the bananas in melted white chocolate to give them an extra touch and make ’em more dessert-like. Variation: Not just ghosts! Turn them into mummies with a drizzle pattern and candy eyes. 7. Mini Clementine Pumpkins: Nature’s own festive bite Quick tip: Make sure your clementines are fully peeled; any pith left can look a bit messy. Stalk substitutes: No celery? Green candy, licorice, or even a small mint leaf can act as a cute pumpkin stalk. Even More Ideas! Here are some additional Halloween Breakfast Ideas: Bloody Parfaits: Layer yogurt with raspberry or strawberry compote. Top with Granola and a drizzle of red fruit syrup for a ‘bloody’ effect. Spiderweb Pancakes: Prepare this incredible Old-Fashioned Pancakes batter. Add Chocolate Sauce to a squeeze bottle and draw a spiderweb design. Zombie Toast: Avocado Toast gets a twist! Use olives and cherry tomatoes to create zombie eyes and a mouth. Mummy Sausage Rolls: Wrap sausages in puff pastry, leaving gaps for the ‘bandage’ effect. Two dots of mustard or ketchup can serve as eyes once baked. (Like these Hot Dog Mummies, but with breakfast sausage!) Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal: Prepare Oatmeal with pumpkin puree, pumpkin spice, and a hint of maple syrup. Top with chia seeds or chocolate chips for a jack-o-lantern face. Or try this Pumpkin Baked Oatmeal instead. Eyeball Eggs: Make Deviled Eggs with s slice of olive in the center to give them the eyeball effect. Frankenstein Smoothie Bowls: Blend up our favorite Green Smoothie Recipe and use this recipe as inspiration for decorating it to look like Frankenstein. Coffin French Toast: Cut toast slices into coffin shapes before soaking them in the egg mixture. Once fried to perfection, dust with cocoa powder for an ‘aged’ effect. Tools Needed for Halloween Breakfast Ideas Knife: For slicing kiwis, bananas, celery, and coring apples. Vegetable peeler: For the kiwi “hair”. Mixing bowl: For waffle batter preparation. Whisk: For mixing the waffle batter. Halloween-themed waffle maker(s): Spiderweb waffle maker, skeleton and pumpkin waffle maker or this fun waffle maker with 7 Halloween designs. Mini plastic cauldrons: These are perfect for holding fruit! Toothpicks: For adjustments, placements or holding items together. More Halloween Fun: Goblin Goodies Halloween Muddy Buddies Monster Munch Halloween snack mix Printable Halloween Treat Bag Toppers with FREE printables! Halloween Popcorn with Halloween Oreos Halloween Rice Krispie Treats decorated eight different ways! FOLLOW ALONG! Subscribe to my newsletter and follow along on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram for the latest updates, recipes and content. Halloween Breakfast Ideas 5 from 1 vote - Review this recipe Try our spread of favorite Halloween Breakfast Ideas, from festive waffles to fun apple Monster Mouths. Discover bubbling grape cauldrons, spooky ghost donuts, adorable Frankenstein kiwis, simple banana ghosts, and quick two-ingredient orange pumpkins. Paired with fresh berries and syrup, it's a Halloween treat that rivals other holiday feasts! SAVE TO RECIPE BOX Print Recipe Halloween Breakfast Ideas 5 from 1 vote - Review this recipe SAVE TO RECIPE BOX Print Recipe Try our spread of favorite Halloween Breakfast Ideas, from festive waffles to fun apple Monster Mouths. Discover bubbling grape cauldrons, spooky ghost donuts, adorable Frankenstein kiwis, simple banana ghosts, and quick two-ingredient orange pumpkins. Paired with fresh berries and syrup, it's a Halloween treat that rivals other holiday feasts! Course Breakfast, Dessert Cuisine American, Healthy, Vegetarian Keyword Halloween Breakfast Ideas Prep Time 30 minutes minutes Total Time 30 minutes minutes Servings 10 -12, depending on how much of everything is made! Chelsea Lords Calories 106kcal Author Chelsea Lords Cost $18.32 IngredientsFrankenstein Kiwi▢ kiwi(s) Ripe, but still firm▢ pretzel sticks▢ mini chocolate chips▢ Black decorating gelMonster Mouth▢ firm apples▢ creamy peanut butter▢ sunflower seeds or pepitas▢ salted water (to keep apples from browning)▢ Optional: sliced strawberries and candy eyesMonster Donuts▢ powdered donuts▢ Peanut butter▢ Candy eyesCauldrons▢ Plastic cauldrons▢ grapes (green or red)Halloween Waffles▢ Waffle batter (or use packaged waffle mix)▢ Halloween-themed waffle makers (See Note 1)▢ syrup and berries, for servingBanana Ghosts▢ bananas Ripe, but firm ▢ mini chocolate chipsMini Pumpkins▢ Clementine oranges, peeled▢ celery InstructionsFRANKENSTEIN KIWI: Slice off one end of the kiwi so it can sit flat. Starting at the cut end, use a vegetable peeler to remove part of the fuzzy skin. Towards the top third, peel away the skin in jagged pieces to look like Frankenstein's messy hair. Push the pretzel stick through the kiwi to resemble neck bolts. Insert two chocolate chips for the eyes. Use the black food gel to draw on the mouth. APPLE MONSTER MOUTH: Core and slice the apple. Soak the apple slices in salted water for 5 minutes to prevent browning. Rinse with cold water and pat dry. Spread peanut butter on one side of two apple slices, then press them together. If needed, use toothpicks to help them stick. Optionally, insert a strawberry slice for the tongue. Embed sunflower seeds or pepitas in the peanut butter to resemble teeth. Optional: Adhere candy eyes using peanut butter. MONSTER DONUTS: Spread a small amount of peanut butter on the back of edible eyes. Attach the eyes onto powdered donuts. CAULDRONS: Fill plastic cauldrons with grapes for a simple, spooky treat.HALLOWEEN WAFFLES OR PANCAKES: Prepare waffle batter according to the instructions (or use packaged batter). Cook the batter in Halloween-themed waffle makers. Serve warm with your favorite syrup and berries/toppings! BANANA GHOSTS: Peel bananas and cut them in half. Press mini chocolate chips gently into the banana flesh to create eyes. MINI PUMPKINS: Take peeled clementine oranges and place a small piece of celery at the top to serve as the pumpkin's stalk. Video Recipe NotesNote 1: Here are some Halloween-themed waffle maker(s): Spiderweb waffle maker, skeleton and pumpkin waffle maker or this fun waffle maker with 7 Halloween designs. Note 2: Calories are for one waffle. Nutrition FactsServing: 1serving | Calories: 106kcal | Carbohydrates: 16g | Protein: 2.6g | Fat: 3.6g | Cholesterol: 5.9mg | Sodium: 242.2mg | Fiber: 0.9g | Sugar: 1.7g We do our best to provide accurate nutritional analysis for our recipes. Our nutritional data is calculated using a third-party algorithm and may vary, based on individual cooking styles, measurements, and ingredient sizes. 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