10 SPOOKtacular Healthier Halloween Treats

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Halloween brings out the kid in me —  I love all things this spook filled holiday season brings, pumpkins, costumes and all the tasty sweets too! The most bought sweet treat around this time of year is yep,  you guessed it — candy! All the candy my kids collect at this time of year is a bit much, so when it comes to making a Halloween treat at home, I like to take a more healthier approach. These 10 SPOOKtacular Healthier Halloween Treats will bring your kids much delight, while giving you the ease of knowing they are not being pumped of too many sugary sweets.

Pear Skull


These may look spooky but they taste yummy! {recipe}

Cheese and Pretzel Broomsticks


This Halloween snack is the funnest way to possible consume cheese and pretzels. {recipe}

Halloween Pumpkin Oranges & Ghost Bananas


These are such an easy way to bring a smile to little ones faces. Peel a halo, place a small celery at the top to create the stem of the pumpkin — cute! To make the bananas cut in half and add raisins for the eyes and mouth.

Skeleton and Brain Dip


Kids will enjoy dipping their veggie-skeleton-bones in this delicious ranch dip. {recipe}

Pumpkin Deviled Eggs


Turn your deviled eggs into orange colored, pumpkin shaped appetizers — yum! {recipe}

Hummus with Carrot Fingers


This hummus Halloween treat is perfect to have at your spooky party or just as a fun afternoon snack. {recipe}

Pizza Fingers


These pizza fingers are such a big hit with kids, and they’re perfect spooky food to serve to many people without taking much time at all to prepare. all you need is cheese pizza cut into finger sized slices. Use red peppers, cut into triangles as the nails. Serve with marinara or ranch for dipping.

Candy Corn Fruit Cocktail


Just the right amount of candy to fruit ratio in this candy corn fruit cocktail. Add oranges, then whipped cream, and finish off with a candy corn on top. You can switch the candy corn for sprinkles, chia seeds, or add mixed nuts too!

Cheese Monsters


Cheese is often a big hit with kids, but when it’s monster cheese it’s even more enjoyable. With a knife and googly eyes these cheese monsters can be made in no time. Open the center of the Babybel cheese, leaving the red packaging on top and bottom. Cut out your scary monster face shapes. Glue on eyes with non-toxic glue.

Candy Corn Granola Bars


Fun and delicious without all the sugar, sounds like a winner to me! Serve up these easy and nutritious candy corn granola bars with a glass of cold milk or hot coffee. {recipe}

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