This is a four image collage with the photos outlined with black frames. This is a description of the top left photo In the background of this photo are various pumpkins of different sizes and shapes and vases full of flowers of white, orange, and salmon colors. These items are in a soft focus and are slightly blurry. In the foreground of the photo is a white plate that's topped with several hand pies. The cream colored crusts have been glazed with a thin white frosting. At the seams of the hand pies small amounts of the golden maple, pumpkin filling is oozing out. To the right of that is a photo of A pan of twisted dough that resembles intestines. There is red frosting drizzled over the top of the "intestines" to give the appearance of blood. Black plastic spiders have been placed in random spots in the pan. Below that is a picture of donuts. A purple cloth is the backdrop to this photo. A white cutting board sits on the cloth and is topped with three donuts two orange frosted donuts are on the outside and are topped with different colored sprinkles. In the center is a purple frosted donut with black and green sprinkles on top. There are three other bluish purple frosted donuts sitting above the cutting board on the purple cloth. Each of them is covered in a different combination of sprinkles--yellow and black dots, yellow, black, and purple dogs with purple and black sprinkles, and one completely covered in assorted colors of sprinkles. To the right of that is a white mound with a sheet of fondant draping over it with two candy eyes stuck on it to create the appearance of a ghost.

Halloween Breakfast Treats

Halloween is only a couple days from now, and I don’t know about you, but my children love to participate in fun activities all day long. Since they love to be fully immersed in the holiday, why not begin the day with a Halloween breakfast? We love to have Halloween themed breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. What follows is five different Halloween breakfast treats that you can try with your family.

Halloween Breakfast – Bloody Guts Cinnamon Rolls

A pan of twisted dough that resembles intestines.  There is red frosting drizzled over the top of the "intestines" to give the appearance of blood.  Black plastic spiders have been placed in random spots in the pan.

These spooky Bloody Gut Cinnamon Rolls are easy to make by using store bought cinnamon rolls. It makes an excellent kids Halloween treat!!

Pumpkin Maple Poptarts

In the background of this photo are various pumpkins of different sizes and shapes and vases full of flowers of white, orange, and salmon colors.  These items are in a soft focus and are slightly blurry.  In the foreground of the photo is a white plate that's topped with several hand pies.  The cream colored crusts have been glazed with a thin white frosting.  At the seams of the hand pies small amounts of the golden maple, pumpkin filling is oozing out.

Pumpkin shaped pumpkin spice poptarts! Topped with a maple icing. These are a great idea for a Halloween breakfast.

Frankenstein Apple Cider Halloween Donuts

  a donut frosted in a bright green  with chocolate sprinkles on the top of the circle, candy eyes on the bottom half of the circle, and two marshmallows stuck to the sides.  This gives the appearance of a green faced Frankenstein with the marshmallows serving as the bolts on the side of his neck.

These Frankenstein apple cider Halloween donuts are easy to fall in love with. They’re impossibly cute and Halloween donut decorating is fun! Baked apple cider donuts boast plenty of fantastic fall flavour in every bite.

Adorable Ghosts Mini Muffins with Fondant

A white mound with a sheet of fondant draping over it with two candy eyes stuck on it to create the appearance of a ghost.

These simple yet adorable ghost mini muffins are sure to be the spooky hit of your Halloween party or get-together!

Frosted Chocolate Fall Donuts

A purple cloth is the backdrop to this photo.  A white cutting board sits on the cloth and is topped with three donuts two orange frosted donuts are on the outside and are topped with different colored sprinkles.  In the center is a purple frosted donut with black and green sprinkles on top.   There are three other bluish purple frosted donuts sitting above the cutting board on the purple cloth. Each of them is covered in a different combination of sprinkles--yellow and black dots, yellow, black, and purple dogs with purple and black sprinkles, and one completely covered in assorted colors of sprinkles.

Dress up your dessert on Halloween with this recipe for Frosted Chocolate Donuts. Dipped in holiday-dyed glazes and decorated with sprinkles, these fluffy baked donuts are so fun to make for fall.

This is a five image collage with the photos outlined with orange frames. This is a description of the top left photo. In the background of this photo are various pumpkins of different sizes and shapes and vases full of flowers of white, orange, and salmon colors. These items are in a soft focus and are slightly blurry. In the foreground of the photo is a white plate that's topped with several hand pies. The cream colored crusts have been glazed with a thin white frosting. At the seams of the hand pies small amounts of the golden maple, pumpkin filling is oozing out. To the right of that is a photo of A pan of twisted dough that resembles intestines. There is red frosting drizzled over the top of the "intestines" to give the appearance of blood. Black plastic spiders have been placed in random spots in the pan. Below that is a picture of donuts. A purple cloth is the backdrop to this photo. A white cutting board sits on the cloth and is topped with three donuts two orange frosted donuts are on the outside and are topped with different colored sprinkles. In the center is a purple frosted donut with black and green sprinkles on top. There are three other bluish purple frosted donuts sitting above the cutting board on the purple cloth. Each of them is covered in a different combination of sprinkles--yellow and black dots, yellow, black, and purple dogs with purple and black sprinkles, and one completely covered in assorted colors of sprinkles. To the right of that is a white mound with a sheet of fondant draping over it with two candy eyes stuck on it to create the appearance of a ghost. The fifth photo is below these four. It is of a donut frosted in a bright green with chocolate sprinkles on the top of the circle, candy eyes on the bottom half of the circle, and two marshmallows stuck to the sides. This gives the appearance of a green faced Frankenstein with the marshmallows serving as the bolts on the side of his neck. Below this is black writing on an orange background whish reads Halloween Breakfast Treats.

What do you think of these five Halloween breakfast treats? Will you be making any of them? Which is your favorite. Let us know by leaving a comment below.

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