Top 10 Fun, Healthy Halloween Recipes
Halloween is synonymous with two things: fun costumes and candy! But that doesn’t mean you have to load yourself and your kids with sugar-laden sweets. There are actually some really fun, creative healthy Halloween recipes you can make to add a little bit of nutrition and extra fun back into this festive holiday.
Check out this list of my top 10 favorite healthy Halloween recipes this year and try them out for yourself.
When it comes to making healthy Halloween recipes, these Spooky Halloween Cupcakes are a must! This recipe features a fun, chocolatey twist on the traditional mummy look—and they’re also incredibly delicious.
Personally, I’ve found them to be perfect for October parent-teacher conferences, PTO meetings, classroom Halloween parties, or your own Halloween party.
It’s no secret that I love guacamole (and will find almost any excuse to indulge in my favorite food—avocado). So when I saw this Pumpkin Guacamole recipe, I knew I had to include it in my top 10 healthy Halloween recipes!
You can click the link above for the recipe, and to use my time-tested guacamole here!
Last year, I decided to indulge in some candy—but with a healthy twist—and made my very own Vegan Snickers Bars. And they did not disappoint!
They’re sweet, rich, gooey, and only require 15 minutes of active work. But they’re also totally guilt-free. This is one of the healthy Halloween recipes you don’t want to miss—regardless of your plans this year!
When I came across these adorable Pumpkin Spice Granola Cups, I knew they had to be included in my top healthy Halloween recipes this year.
They’re perfect for breakfast, after-school snacks, or even a fun mid-day snack for yourself. Just make sure to use dairy-free yogurt to avoid the inflammatory proteins often contains in dairy products.
Looking for a fun, festive treat for your kid’s lunchbox? Check out these Monster Wraps!
Replace the cheese with vegan cheese or make the filling to fit your child’s own taste preferences. Either way, you’ll hear all about their surprised delight when they come home from school, which will show why these made my top 10 healthy Halloween recipes this year.
Sometimes you just need to revert to an old classic, but with a twist. And that’s exactly what these spider snacks do with the timeless kid-friendly ants on a log snack.
I recommend serving these for after-school snacks around Halloween or even was a healthy option for a kid-focused Halloween party. You can also give them to your kids before heading out for a night of Trick-or-Treating to help curb those candy cravings.
This halloween-inspired snack is a great lunchbox or classroom part addition, but it does require a little crafting. Luckily, by clicking on the link above, you can find printables with templates to make the work minimum.
These fun treats are creative, and that’s why they made my list of healthy Halloween recipes. Just make sure to purchase organic apple sauce!
If you’re hosting a small gathering for friends, these Homemade Apple Cider Donuts are guaranteed to be a hit, and that’s why I included them in my list of top 10 healthy Halloween recipes.
They feature all the flavors of fall and offer a sweet treat that doesn’t derail all your nutritional efforts! That’s a win-win in my book!
You can’t really have a healthy Halloween recipes list without including the timeless green apple monsters. They’re quick, easy, and full of all-natural, healthy ingredients.
This is one of those recipes you can make with your kids and include them in the festive fun!
Finally, it’s worth mentioning that sometimes simpler is better. Fortunately, these fruits naturally lend themselves to the holiday, and therefore deserve a spot on this list of healthy Halloween recipes.
Just one simple trip to the grocery store and you’re all set for a healthy snack almost everyone is sure to love!