Is it possible to have a happy and healthy Halloween? The thought of Halloween conjures up images of candy galore, but Halloween treats don’t have to be full of sugar. Here, we offer some Halloween recipes to help you have a fun and healthy Halloween.
- Savory snacks like Mummy Toast and Pizza Fingers can be fun for your little ghosts and goblins’ after school snacks in October. In fact, you can serve one of these cheesy dishes along with a Veggie Skeleton or Spiders on a Log for a light meal before trick-or-treating.
- Mummies are all the rage, and you can make all different types. Make some tasty Mummy Dogs, serve them with Celery Mummies, and wrap up the mummy-fest with Banana Mummies.
- Don’t forget the spooky fruit! Boo-nanas, Apple Monsters and Candy Corn Fruit Cups are all creative and fun ways to serve fruit for Halloween treats.
- You can throw a healthy Halloween party, because there are so many fun and spooky foods from which to choose. Make Colby jack-o’-lanterns with pepperoni, or use sausage, cheese, baking mix and olives to make Monster Eyes, serve apple slices with Pumpkin Dip, whip up some cute and easy Peanut Butter Pumpkins and Goblin Grins, and serve pretzel and cheese Witches Brooms, peanut butter or cream cheese Spider Crackers or Chocolate Pretzel Spider Webs. Finish off your spread with creative desserts like Little Monster Cupcakes, Dark Chocolate Apples or Frankenstein Marshmallow Pops. Anticipating gluten-free party guests? These Gluten Free Spiderweb Cupcakes are sure to please.
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