You’re in for a treat with this dose of healthy Halloween recipes for those scared of the sweets and calories plentiful these holidays!
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In this article:
- Try Easy and Healthy Halloween Recipes for a Change
- Frozen Banana Popsicle
- Cheese Witch Brooms
- Homemade Halloween Snack Eyeball Platter
- Jack-O’-Rice Balls
- Toasted Mummy
- Ghoulish Apple Teeth Recipe
- Halloween Sweet Potato Fries
- Easy DIY Pumpkin Clementine
- Ghostly Poached Pears
- Healthy Halloween Snack Candy Corn Fruit Cocktail
- Sandwich a La Frankenstein
- Crescent Mummy Hotdogs
Scared of Junks? Try These Healthy Halloween Recipes!
Try Easy and Healthy Halloween Recipes for a Change
What comes to your mind when you hear about Halloween? You must be thinking of spooky ghouls, ghosts, and things which go bump in the night.
But what is your most favorite part? Like many, it must be Halloween treats and this is just the season teeming with candies and all of the sweet stuff.
If you’re like some of us though, (yes, you mommy!) who would want to try something less greasy and heavy, you should try these healthy recipes. We’ve rounded up some of the easiest and simplest, yet healthy Halloween recipes just for you!
1. Frozen Banana Popsicle
If you’re looking for Halloween treats for kids, look no further. These chocolate-coated frozen bananas on a stick will surely be a hit.
It’s a really fun way to get your kids to eat healthily. Follow the full recipe here and have your kids munching on bananas this Halloween!
2. Cheese Witch Brooms
Halloween is never complete without witches. And what better way to have them than to make brooms for your Halloween appetizers.
This cheese witch brooms Halloween treat will surely give you a wicked time!
3. Homemade Halloween Snack Eyeball Platter
If you’re craving for creepy snacks, here’s the perfect Halloween desserts for you. A platter of gross yet tasty eyeball treats which are fun and really easy to make.
They also look cool and neat and will please even the pickiest eaters. Our favorite is the banana peanut butter eyeball!
4. Jack-O’-Rice Balls
If you’re looking for sugar-free Halloween snacks, these sugar-free rice balls will surely hit the spot. The bright orange color comes from carrot juice, in case you’re wondering.
5. Toasted Mummy
Are you thinking of having mini pizzas for your next Halloween party? Here’s the perfect Halloween party food for you where all you have to do is put together toasts, cheese, and pizza sauce to make some mean mummy mini pizzas.
This is one of the easiest Halloween party food ideas we’ve come across so far. A last-minute party food idea for the busy party planner indeed.
It doesn’t get healthier than this! If you’re having problems getting your kids to eat their veggies, it wouldn’t sound too bad to start on Halloween.
This is a brilliant way to serve crudités which doubles as healthy Halloween treats for kids.
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7. Ghoulish Apple Teeth Recipe
These ghoulish looking apple with teeth can also double up as vampire’s teeth if you turn the sunflower seeds upside down.
These easy Halloween treats are guaranteed hits! You can view the full recipe here for more ideas.
8. Halloween Sweet Potato Fries
Didn’t get enough of carving Jack-o’ Lanterns? Well, this amazing Halloween snack idea is something you’ll surely enjoy.
You can carve your sweet potatoes in any shape and size you want before putting them in the oven. To make it perfect for Halloween, Jack-O’ faces is just the thing!
9. Easy DIY Pumpkin Clementine
If you’re a busy mom looking for easy Halloween treats, the search is over. This must be the easiest and fastest Halloween treats you can make.
All you’ll need is some clementines, celery sticks, and you’re done! You can even have the kids help out, so get the idea here.
10. Ghostly Poached Pears
This is a healthy Halloween recipe you can make two ways. If you’re planning for Halloween party food for grown-up you can use wine.
If it’s for the kids, grape and apple juice will do the trick. These tiny ghostly poached pears are just too adorable to eat.
11. Healthy Halloween Snack Candy Corn Fruit Cocktail
Halloween treats are never complete without candy corns. Here’s an easy Halloween dessert recipe you can try with all the candy corns leftovers from trick-or-treating.
12. Sandwich a La Frankenstein
Pay tribute to the classic monster, Frankenstein, and create these horrific yet delightful sandwiches. To make these healthy sandwiches for Halloween, don’t go easy on the veggies and chop ’em good.
Next, lay them out nicely on top of a slice of bread with the same passion as Victor Frankenstein. This will give a new meaning to open-“FACED” sandwich fo sure.
13. Crescent Mummy Hotdogs
Complete your Halloween snacks with these hotdog mummies. They’re not you’re traditional pigs in a blanket, they’re much scarier.
Five ingredients and two easy steps will make these healthy Halloween treats to hand out to little hungry trick-or-treating monsters.
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There you have it, DIY party planners and health junkies! Our choicest of healthy Halloween recipes perfect for the holiday.
You don’t have to be stuck in a sugar coma this Halloween. Try any of these healthy Halloween recipes, because we surely will.
Which of these healthy Halloween recipes are up on your Halloween party menu? Share your thoughts about your choice of recipes in the comments section below!
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on October 2, 2014, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.
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