Throw an epic party without all the typical junk foods with these Easy and Delicious Healthy Halloween Recipes your friends and family will love!
You don’t need to offer junk foods to have an epic Halloween party!
Today, we will explore all the best Healthy Halloween Recipes from my favorite blogs.
While these Healthy Halloween Recipes are definitely better for you than traditional Halloween treats, they actually taste amazing, so you won’t feel deprived.
Guests will love them, too – even if they don’t typically like healthy treats!
And the best part? These Healthy Halloween Recipes couldn’t be simpler, so you can enjoy the holiday, too!
For more healthy Halloween treats, check out the following:
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Samoa Apple Nachos are a healthier way to enjoy your favorite caramel, chocolate, and coconut confection.
Even vegetable dippers can be fun when transformed into a cute Jack o’lantern!
Just because you’re eating gluten-free doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy delicious baked goods.
This Healthy Pumpkin Bread doesn’t just taste amazing, it’s also packed with protein, fiber, and healthy fats and low in sugar, too!
For more must-try pumpkin recipes, check out the following:
Black meets orange for a Halloween smoothie that’s healthy and sweet as can be!
Vanilla coffee roasted pumpkin seed snack clusters…dipped in chocolate. Need we say more?!
Jazz up this healthy fall favorite with bat noodles and pumpkin carrots! Perfect to warm up the kiddos before trick-or-treat night.
Healthy fruits get a fun Halloween makeover that kids will love with this creative idea!
They’re silly, easy to make, and allergen-free! No nuts, no gluten, no soy.
If you’re looking for a simple comfort food lunch or dinner that tastes like fall, this is it!
Creamy Pumpkin Apple Quesadillas are perfect for snacking after school or before trick or treating.
You will love this Halloween Snack Board. It’s filled with all kinds of sweet and salty treats perfect for a Halloween party!
It doesn’t get much easier than this! Basic cheese and crackers get a fun, festive Halloween makeover with pumpkin and ghost cookie cutters!
Make this cute treat healthier: substitute yogurt for the whipped topping, and make sure the fruit has no added sugar.
These spooky mini mummy pizzas are so easy to make that even little ones can create their own yummy mummies.
Be sure to add these to any haunted Halloween-themed meal.
Make these super cute grapefruit Jack o’ lanterns for guests who are trying to eat healthy.
The perfect Halloween party food: Holy (skull-y) Guacamole!
While I don’t normally recommend drinking fruit juices, especially if you are trying to lose weight or cut sugar from your diet, I’m all about indulging once in a while, and Halloween is a special occasion, after all.
Plus, carrot juice cuts the super-sugary orange juice, making this a bit healthier than straight OJ.
For a fun, fruity twist on traditional candy corn, use peeled apples, mandarin oranges, and pineapple to make a candy corn fruit board for your Halloween festivities.
Make spooky eyeballs with black olives and cheese for a fun and festive dinner your whole family will love!
These Strawberry Ghosts are so much fun and super easy to make, too!
Make them healthier by subbing yogurt (learn how here) for the CANDIQUIK coating.
In about 30-40 minutes, you can devour a healthy Halloween recipe that will satisfy everyone at the dinner table!
This Mummy Bagel couldn’t be easier to make for a quick and healthy Halloween breakfast!
Make it healthier with a whole grain bagel.
These tasty chocolate cups are filled with messy, clotted “blood” that’s actually a delicious raspberry filling.
This recipe features melon and strawberries, but you can substitute any fruit.
Serve at a Halloween party, or send in as a fun snack for your kids to share at school.
Take a bat cookie cutter to plain PB&J sandwiches for a Halloween snack that will fly off kids’ plates!
Tacos are a real crowd pleasure. Make them perfect for the holiday with super easy – and spooky – eyeballs!
Ditch the sugary treats this Halloween with these Healthy Halloween Recipes everyone will love!
What do you think of these Easy and Delicious Healthy Halloween Recipes? Please share your thoughts in the comments below!
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