For kids Halloween is all about eating as many candy treats and snacks as possible, which can make us parents more than a little concerned. Well, worry no more, we’ve rounded up the best healthy Halloween snacks your kids will actually want to eat!
Including a few of these recipes as candy alternatives, is great way to limit the amount of sugar consumed at your Halloween party. These also make perfect snacks for the kids lunchboxes so they can really enjoy the spooky season.
Best of all, these healthy treats are soooo easy to prepare, which is good for you as your little monsters will simply not be able to get enough!
Healthy Halloween Snacks Your Kids Will Actually Want to Eat
1. Monster Pancakes
Don’t let the fact these are pancakes fool you – made with fresh spinach, & no food coloring these are the perfect devilishly deceptive dish!
2. Dracula Pancakes
These gluten free vegan Halloween pancakes are easy to throw together too and cook up with a nice fluffy texture.
3. Frankenstein Kiwis
Perfect for Halloween fruit trays, fun after-school snacks, and as edible Halloween party decorations!
4. Healthy Cinnamon Apples
Healthy Cinnamon Apples are an easy and delicious fall and Halloween season treat.
5. Owl Rice Cakes
Turn snack time into craft time! Your kids will have just as much fun creating these ‘oh so cute’ rice cakes.
6. Jack-O-Lantern Fruit Platter
Click the link below to find this very helpful tutorial on making your very own perfect Jack-o-Lantern fruit platter.
7. Monster Fruit Cups
Super simple way to get your kids excited to eat their fruit.
8. Ghost Hardboiled Eggs
You’ll only need four simple things to make these ghostly snacks.
9.Watermelon Fruit Tray
Make your Halloween even spookier with this healthy, yet fun, fruit tray.
10. Spooky Baked Halloween Chips
You only need 15 minutes and 3 ingredients to make these adorable Halloween chips.
11. ‘Boo’Nana Pops
Ghost-shaped Halloween frozen banana pops made with (just a little bit cheeky) white chocolate and bananas.
12. Mozzarella eyeball Tray
So easy to make with fresh mozzarella balls, olives and tomato sauce, they have a zingy little tang to them, that older kids will surprisingly love!
13. Frankenstein Pasta
Your Halloween dinner is here! Frankenstein Pasta is adorable to serve and even easier to make! You’ll steal the show with Frank!
14. Jalapeño Popper Mummies
Your kids may not be fans of jalapeños, but when they’re stuffed with cheese and wrapped with crescent dough, they’re a game changer!
15. Candy Corn Veggie Tray
Candy Corn Veggie Tray, a healthy but fun Halloween recipe idea perfect for parties.
Treat bags we love
Fabric Candy Buckets
Folding Trick or Treat Bags
Trick or Treat Bucket
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