Having a Halloween party? Instead of just serving sugar-filled treats, why not make these fun but healthy recipes? Everyone will love them!
Halloween is one of the most fun holidays of the year. Whether you are a kid or a kid-at-heart, it very well may rank up there as one of your favorite days of the year. Aside from decorating and trick-or-treating, this holiday is often highlighted by parties and get-togethers—and these celebrations call for more than just typical party fare. They scream for something spooky and terrifyingly terrific!
When it comes to Halloween party recipes, you have two choices. You can fill your guests with more sugar (even though they may be loading up on candy for days or weeks on end) or you can opt for hauntingly healthy Halloween recipes like the ones featured here. When you see how cute (um, we mean scary!) these recipes turn out, we think you’ll vote for these healthy treats over commercial Halloween fare.
Get ready to wow all the ghosts and goblins in your life with these 5 fun, spooky and oh-so-adorable healthy Halloween party recipes!
You may have as much fun making this Halloween recipe as your guests have eating it! You can make the dip quickly and easily. While it’s chilling in the fridge, the kids can help you build the skeleton. Feel free to get creative and turn the veggies into any kind of spooky character!
Whether you have a bunch of little princesses and ghouls gathering for some Halloween fun or a group that’s ready to hit the road to go trick-or-treating, you can fill their bellies with these healthy English muffin pizzas that look like mummies! The best part? They’re ready in minutes!
These frighteningly fun pancakes make great Halloween party food or you can serve them for breakfast to get everyone in the holiday spirit. The pancakes contain no added sugar and the monster face features are as healthy as can be since they’re made with fresh fruit!
Here’s a Halloween party snack that’s sure to be gobbled up as fast as you can make them! And you can feel good about making a lot of them since these treats contain nothing but fruit and a touch of peanut butter, sunflower seeds and dark chocolate chips.
These adorable pudding cups may look like just another sugar-filled treat, but they’re not! This healthy Halloween recipe is made with silken tofu and dark chocolate, so it’s protein-filled and good for you. But those eyes are what will make everyone smile because they’re so darn cute!