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Healthy Halloween Treats – This Year’s Recipes
To supply a spark of inspiration for this next Halloween, we have put together a list of fun and kid-friendly healthy Halloween treats. You can make this at home. They are simple and easy to whip up.
Depending on where you live and how comfortable you are with everything involving the COVID-19 virus, Halloween may look a lot different this year than it ever has before.
Big Halloween parties and gatherings might be out of the question, and perhaps trick-or-treating is just a little bit too risky for you and your family. Many towns have even canceled Halloween for this year.
Whatever your situation might be, if you decide to stay indoors, it does not mean you have to sacrifice having fun and a delicious Halloween treat!
Making healthy Halloween treats at home is a fun way for you and your family to get involved in the kitchen together to create something spooky and tasty.
Cooking and baking are a great Halloween activity, especially when you can’t go out to parties or go door to door for candy treats. Prepping things at home is particularly great for kids because they can be fully hands-on with the process.
The whole family can be in the kitchen. Wearing costumes, and having a good time while creating, eating, watching movies, or whatever other activities you and your kids love.
If your family needs some more fruit in your lives, look no further than these healthy tangerine pumpkins. Made with peeled tangerines and greens stuck in the top to look like a stem, it does not get easier than this.
Are you looking for something a little creepy? A tad spooky? These apple bites look like a mysterious mouth! With apple slices for the lips, nut butter for the filing, and sunflower seeds for teeth. These spooky bites are healthy and delicious. Instead of sunflower seeds, feel free to use other “teeth” like almonds, yogurt or chocolate covered raisins, white chocolate chips, marshmallows, and more. Get creative!
Peel a banana, slice a banana in half, and stick in some mini chocolate chips for eyes. Freeze it. You have yourself one cold, creamy, Halloween treats perfect for any time of the day. It is so wholesome you can even eat it for breakfast. The kids would get a real kick out of that, we reckon!
Everyone loves a chocolate-covered strawberry but make it spooky with ghost strawberries. Dip whole organic strawberries in white chocolate, create a face on the front, and bam, you got yourself some strawberry ghosts.
Is any special day complete without cake or cupcakes? We think not. Therefore, you need to make these healthy low carb spiderweb cupcakes with sweet and tangy cream cheese frosting. Both the adults and the kids will never know these cupcakes are a lot more wholesome than your traditional cupcake.