Finding healthy recipes for Halloween can be a real struggle, especially when they are being picked out from a sea of delicious sugary and salty foods. The good news is that it is possible to get some yummy food and not have to worry about weight gain or feeding your kiddos something that’s bad for their health. If you like the sound of this, please enjoy these delicious guilt free recipes I’ve found for you.
Sweet Potato Fries
On an indulgent level, sweet potato fries are one of my favorite things to eat so you could only imagine how excited I was to find this recipe.
If you are handy with a knife, definitely show off and try this trick out.
Mandarin Pumpkins & Banana Ghosts
Does the occasion call for a fruit plate? Make it super cute with these pumpkin and ghost wanna be fruits.
Banana Ghost Pops
These pops are such a perfect way to get kids to eat healthy (and me too)!
While this may look complicated, it’s pretty easy! So don’t worry if you’re not artsy in any way.
Eye Popping Soup
I absolutely love tomato soup and need to try this out ASAP.
It’s amazing how simple this recipe is. Creativity goes such a far way.
Ghost Fruit Kabobs
I love this idea for kids and adults alike.
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Chili
Depending on how much you make, this can be turned into a full meal as well.
In small amounts, this is a healthy way to get a treat in this Halloween.
4 Ingredient Pumpkin Fudge
I love simple ingredient foods. It’s much easier for me to handle. : )
While I don’t like grapes, I would be all over this one.
Apple Sauce Mummy
Bring this to work or send your kid to school with this. It’s cool, trust me.
Try some stuffed peppers for dinner tonight and surprise your family with this cute recipe.
Candy Corn Fruit Cups
In small amounts, healthy people can have candy corn too!
Whether you’re creating a snack for your kids, partner, or yourself, these are all really cool ideas to show off. There is no reason to be left out of the fun when there are delicious and healthy recipes such as these. What’s your favorite way to make Halloween healthy? Let us all know in the comments!