My kids and I made some fun treats for Halloween, but I’m just now getting around to sharing them. My favorite was this tiny jack-‘o-lantern made by simply drawing a face on an upside down clementine / mandarin / Halo / Cutie (whatever you want to call it).
I tried using both a regular Sharpie and a fine point, and the fine point works better for making detailed faces. If you’re making a lot of them, I’d have several Sharpies on hand, as I don’t know how long the ink would hold out. You have to use quite a bit of it.
There you have it–a healthy and easy snack to make with kids during the Fall season!