Looking for healthy Halloween food recipes? Since we love Halloween as much as you do, we’ve put together these ghoulishly tasty Halloween recipe ideas! There are even healthy Halloween recipes for kids. Let’s celebrate the season together and have a scary fun time!
13 Halloween Food Recipes That Are Easy to Prepare
1. Frozen Banana Popsicle Halloween Food Recipe
If you’re looking for Halloween treats for kids, look no further. These chocolate-coated frozen bananas on a stick will surely be a hit. It’s an enjoyable way to get your kids munching on bananas.
2. Witchy Cheese Brooms
Halloween is never complete without witches. And what better way to have them than to make brooms for your Halloween appetizers. These quick and easy Halloween treats will surely give you a wicked time!
3. Pumpkin Roll-Out Cookies with Beans and Coconut Sugar
Break the mold from the classic sugar cookies. Going healthy means substituting some ingredients like organic coconut sugar instead of regular white sugar.
4. Jack-o’-Rice Balls
If you’re looking for sugar-free Halloween snacks, these rice balls will surely hit the spot. The bright orange color comes from carrot juice, in case you’re wondering.
5. Toasted Mummy
Are you thinking of having mini pizzas for your next Halloween party? Here’s the perfect Halloween party food for you. All you have to do is toast some bread and assemble the mummy. This is one of the easiest Halloween party food ideas we’ve come across with.
It doesn’t get healthier than this! If you’re having problems encouraging your kids to eat their veggies, it wouldn’t sound too bad to start on Halloween. This is a brilliant way to serve crudités that doubles as Halloween treats for kids.
7. Ghoulish Apple Teeth Recipe
These ghoulish looking apple with teeth can also double up as vampire’s teeth if you turn the sunflower seeds upside down. These easy Halloween treats are guaranteed hits!
8. Jack-o’Lantern Fries
Didn’t get enough of carving Jack-o’ Lanterns? Well, this fantastic Halloween snack idea is something you’ll surely enjoy. You can sculpt your sweet potato any shape and size you want before putting them in the oven.
9. Easy DIY Pumpkin Clementine
If you’re a busy mom looking for easy Halloween treats, the search is over. This must be the easiest and fastest Halloween treats you can make. All you’ll need is some clementines, celery sticks, and you’re done! You can even have the kids help out.
10. Ghostly Poached Pears
This is a healthy Halloween recipe you can make two ways. If you’re planning for Halloween party food for the grown-up, you can use wine. If it’s for the kids, grape and apple juice will do the trick. These tiny ghosts are just too adorable to eat.
11. Healthy Fruit Cocktail with Candy Corn
Halloween treats are never complete without candy corns. Here’s an easy Halloween dessert you can try. And when we say easy, we mean it.
12. Sandwich ala Frankenstein
Healthy Halloween recipes are never complete without this veggie delight. This definitely gave a new meaning to the open- “FACED” sandwich.
13. Mummy Hotdogs
Complete your Halloween appetizers with these hot dog mummies. They’re not you’re traditional pigs in a blanket. They’re much scarier than that.
It’s so easy to make. All you need are Pillsbury™ refrigerated crescent rolls, cheese, and of course, hotdogs.
You don’t have to be stuck in a sugar coma this Halloween. Try any of these healthy Halloween recipes, because we surely will.
Do you have a favorite from the list? Let us know in the comments below!
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Editor’s Note – This post was originally published on October 1, 2014, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.