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A few things comes to mind when I think of Halloween.
Costumes, candy, and fun of course.
But also… SUGAR.
…and artificial food coloring galore.
Lately, we’ve been trying to avoid foods with lots of added sugars and food dyes (red 40 especially).
And that kicks a lot of the usual Halloween treats off the menu.
If you’ve found yourself in the same boat– Wanting to keep it healthy without serving up boring snacks– these healthy Halloween ideas are for you!
Healthier Halloween Snacks
Clementines are a classic healthy Halloween treat. Use celery or cucumber sticks to add edible stems.
Even Easier Clementine Pumpkins
Short on time? Skip the peeling step altogether and use a sharpie to give your pumpkins a Halloween face!
You can also add faces to string cheese and fruit cups.
Healthy Halloween Snack Ideas via Lil’ Luna
Easy Banana Ghosts
Banana ghosts are one of the easiest Halloween snacks to make. You will only need bananas and dark chocolate (or your chocolate of choice).
Greek Yogurt Eyeballs
Halloween eyeball treats made from 3 simple ingredients? You bet!
All you’ll need for these are blueberries, greek yogurt, and honey for dipping (optional).
Ghoulish Greek Yogurt Eyes via seeLindsay
Fruit Bat Skewers
Feelin’ crafty? Try these fun fruit bat skewers.
Simple, yes. But the color scheme is still on point!
Fruit Bat Skewers via Tikkido
Witch’s broomsticks are another fun and healthy Halloween snack idea with only 3 ingredients– but this time with a crunch.
You’ll need pretzel sticks, string cheese sticks, and fresh chives.
Witch’s Broomsticks via Mom Foodie
Easy Monster Mouths
I’ve seen lots of really cute ways to make healthy monster mouths. While adorable– A lot of them look complicated to my non-crafty eye.
But THIS looks doable. You will need apple slices, lemon juice, peanut butter, and “teeth” of your choice.
Halloween Monster Mouths via Raining Hot Coupons
Halloween Fruit Cups
These are so cute and easy to make. You can use grapes, melon chunks, oranges– Anything you’d like.
Halloween Fruit Cups via Hip2Save
Frankenstein Smoothie Bowl
Green smoothies are an excellent trick for getting your kiddos to eat more veggies. And these Frankenstein bowls are no different!
Frankenstein Smoothie Bowl via Healthy Little Foodies
Frankenstein Apple Treats
Looking for an easy-to-make healthy snack to send to school for a Halloween party? Try these!
Healthy Frankenstein Apple Treats via Non-Toy Gifts
Spiders on a Log
You’ve heard of ants of a log, but have you tried spiders on a log?
Halloween Spider Snacks via On My Kids Plate
Candy Corn Fruit and Yogurt Parfait
What’s Halloween without candy corn, right? Instead of filling up on empty calories, try this colorful parfait instead.
Candy Corn Fruit and Yogurt Parfait via Upstate Ramblings
Kids will love these Frankenstein treats! You’ll only need kiwi, pretzel sticks, and mini chocolate chips.
Frankenstein Kiwis via Two Healthy Kitchens
Banana Pretzel Spiders
Looking for a new (and healthier) way to serve up some spooky spiders? Try these!
Banana Pretzel Spiders via Dancing Carrots
There you have it! Some Halloween snack ideas that are easy and healthy! Which do you plan to try first?
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