Source: Snixy Kitchen
Halloween is a time for tricks and treats, but that doesn’t mean you need to spook your diet! These seven recipes for healthy Halloween treats are full of festive spirit without all of the extra sugary calories.
Have healthy Halloween treats of your own? Share your ideas and recipes with us in the comments below!
1. Frankenstein Kiwis
Source: Two Healthy Kitchens
How adorable would these little Frankenstein guys be on your Halloween fruit tray? They’re perfect for school parties and after-school snacks without being packed with sugar.
Need more ideas for healthy after-school snacks? Try this recipe for homemade fruit leather or one of these 10 team snacks that are perfect for sports practices and meets! Mom and dad can get in the action, too, with 10 healthy snacks to take to work.
2. Apple Smiles
Apples and peanut butter are the perfect pairing. Add in some little marshmallow teeth for a touch of sweet spookiness.
Are you or your kiddos allergic to peanuts? Try these 12 peanut-free snacks for a tasty treat at home or as a surprise in a packed lunch!
3. Apricot Jack-O’-Lanterns
Source: Cook the Story
You’ll just need a handful of ingredients to make these adorable little jack-o’-lanterns. You can pipe the faces on yourself or let the kids have fun!
4. Goblin Grins
Source: Snixy Kitchen
Goblin grins would be such a hit with the kids at a school, proving that snack time doesn’t have to be full of junk food! These little treats are made with veggies that kids love, especially when paired with ranch dip.
Keep kids eating healthy with 12 more healthy snack ideas that are perfect year-round, not just on All Hallow’s Eve!
5. Low-Sugar Whole-Wheat Pumpkin Almond Cookies
Source: Kalyn’s Kitchen
Packed with pumpkin, almonds, and coconut oil, this is a batch of cookies that won’t leave you feeling guilty.
6. Spooky Apple Slices
Source: Peas & Crayons
Sometimes the simplest treats are the best! These apple slices couldn’t be easier, but they’ll be a big hit with any Halloween lover.
7. Diagon Alley Pumpkin Juice
Source: Healthy Slow Cooking
With fresh ginger and vanilla bean, you know this homemade pumpkin juice is going to be flavorful and delicious! Perfect for washing down those healthy snacks your goblins will be gobbling up.