17 Spook-tacular, Healthy Halloween Treats, Snacks and Beverages

17 Spook-tacular (and healthy!) Halloween Treats {www.TwoHealthyKitchens.com}

Halloween is a notoriously UN-healthy holiday. Overflowing treat bags brimming with chocolate bars, suckers and gummy candy …

But it doesn’t have to be that way! There are plenty of fiendishly fun foods that are actually healthy, too!

We’ve got oodles of great recipes for you from some of our favorite, really creative bloggers! Ideas that are so darn cute, your kiddos will be charmed and delighted … and truly excited to eat something that isn’t made of high fructose corn syrup and sugar! (Trust us … we’ve seen it happen!)

Whether you’re planning the classroom Halloween party, throwing a giant Halloween bash for all your buds, or just looking for some after-school snacks that’ll easily earn you tons of oooohs and ahhhhhhs from your kids … we’ve got ya covered!

And stay tuned … we have more super-cute (and really healthy!) Halloween snacks coming your way throughout the next two weeks! Plus, we’re building a fantastic Pinterest Board filled with all the cutest ideas we’ve found on the Internet for ghoulishly healthy, devilishly delicious Halloween treats and party foods! Check it out for loads of inspiration!

So this year, you can smile and give yourself a secret high-five, knowing that in between those candy bars and gummy worms, your tiny princesses, superheroes and grim reapers got at least a little bit of nutrition to power them through! ‘Cause hey – they’ll need some solid nutrition if they wanna be the first ghosty to ring the doorbell at the all those trick-or-treat houses!

Happy Halloween, friends!

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Apricot Jack-O’-Lanterns from Christine at Cook the Story

Ghoulish Greek Yogurt Eyes from Lindsay at Frenchie

Candy Corn Popsicles from Stef at Girl. Inspired.

Spinach Monster Ice Cream from Caroline at Chocolate & Carrots

Jack-O-Lantern Orange Fruit Cups from Heidi Jo at Simplee Thrifty

Mummy Granola Bars from Erin at Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts

Citrus Candy Corn Bundt Cake from Amy at Amy’s Healthy Baking

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Mummy Pizzas from Chrysa at Thrifty Jinxy

Carrot Rice Ball Jack o’ Lantern Bites from Donna at Apron Strings

Frankenstein Avocado Toast from Olivia at Vegan Chow Down

Bride of Frankenstein Dip from Cara at Fork and Beans

Halloween Baked Potato Skin Pizzas from Alida at Alida’s Kitchen

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Vegan Chocolate Egg Cream Soda (Halloween Swamp Water) from Cara at Franks and Beans

Frog Smoothie with Eyeballs: Kiwi, Strawberry and Boba from Jen at Frugal Living Mom

Pumpkin Smoothie from Renae at How to Have it All

Shrunken Heads in Spiced Cider from Heather at Girlichef

Kiwi Spritzer (Witches’ Brew) from Nicole at Wonky Wonderful

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Want more darling, healthy Halloween snack ideas? Then you’ll definitely love our Apple Mummies and Franken-kiwis! So easy … and kids (of all ages!) will gobble ’em up!

And, don’t forget to check us out on Pinterest! We’ve got a fab Healthy Halloween board with loads of super-fun (and really good-for-you!) treats!

17 Spook-tacular (and healthy!) Halloween Treats {www.TwoHealthyKitchens.com}

Happy Halloween!! We’re wishing you all (healthy!) treats … no tricks! 😀

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17 Spook-tacular, Healthy Halloween Treats, Snacks and Beverages — 14 Comments

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    • Thanks, Kelly! And no way do you have to have kiddos to get in the Halloween spirit and nosh on super-cute seasonal treats! Go crazy, girlfriend! (But yeah … you’ll be so much happier if at least a few of your indulgences are healthy and keep you away from those Reese’s pumpkins … tempting little things, aren’t they!?!?!? 😀 ) ~G&S

  3. This is such a great round up to start off October with! Thanks so much for including my Frankenstein toasts and I can’t wait to try some of these spooky treats 🙂

  4. Healthy treats rock! Thanks for this round-up! We’ll be going trick or treating to a could houses in the neighborhood, but that’s about it. But, I’m so excited for Halloween. Kiera’s going to be Snow White! 🙂

    • Yay for Disney princesses! You do know that Walt Disney World is seriously Gretchen’s favorite place on earth, right!?!? (And one of her daughters may or may not have been Snow White on possibly even more than one Halloween in recent history!) Kiera will be totally adorable! She’s lucky to have you to help her learn that healthy treats can be yummy, too! Happy Halloween, friend! 😀 ~G&S

  5. Daughter in law Sarah is planning a joint birthday/halloween party packed with kids and adults. These ideas are perfect. Thanks!

    • Awwwww, thanks for pinning and following, Ceara! It’s been so much fun scouting out healthy Halloween recipes this season – both for this round-up and also to add lots and lots of other cool idea to the Healthy Halloween Pinterest board! We just love it that Halloween doesn’t ALWAYS have to mean an overload of sugar and high-fructose corn syrup! So great to have other options, too! And yes … go bake Amy’s cake!!! 😀 ~G&S

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