Halloween is right around the corner already. Where has the year gone?! Every year around this time of year it seems like we start to consume way too much sugar. Candy, cookies, caramel apples, pumpkin pie — so delicious and so tempting! This year I am going to have my cake and eat it too by tracking down some Healthy Halloween Treat Recipes and giving them a try. Here are a couple we have already tried and LOVED!
Making snacks fun for kids is a fantastic way to switch out the candy without a fight. While candy is hard for just about any kid to resist, allowing children to create their own snack gives them a sense of pride. Plus it is fun!
The key to making a healthy Halloween treat such as this a success is giving your child choices. When choosing their items that they can create with avoiding the candies. So for example with these Ghost Strawberries instead of offering my children white chocolate to cover theirs in we opted for yogurt which we dipped and froze.
It may take some creativity, but it is doable!
Ingredient Ideas for a Healthy Halloween Treat Recipe
- Pumpkin Seeds
- Peanut Butter
The only limits are your imaginations!
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- Strawberries, 5-8
- Vanilla Yogurt, 1 cup
- Cream Cheese, 1/3 cup
- Wilton’s Small Candy Eyes
- Black Food Dye
- Wax Paper
- In a bowl mix the yogurt and cream cheese together.
- Cover a plate with wax paper.
- Dip the Strawberries into the Yogurt Mixture and place on the plate covered in wax paper.
- Add eyes to your strawberries.
- Once all your strawberries are dipped place the plate into the freezer until frozen (about an hour).
- Remove from the freezer once the yogurt is firm.
- Using a small paintbrush and black food dye draw a circle for a mouth onto the strawberries.
- Serve and Enjoy!
Other Healthy Halloween Treat Recipes You May Like
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Leanna from All Done Monkey shared a Healthy Halloween Cupcake recipe that will make your kids happy.
Stacie from Motherhood on a Dime shared some unique Healthy Halloween Treats that your kids will love to make.
I hope you enjoy these healthy Halloween treat recipes.
If you have your own healthy Halloween treat recipe I’d love to hear about it in the comments.
4 comments on “Healthy Halloween Treat Recipes”
Yum! My kiddos would love this spooky treat plus it looks so easy to make…even the kids could jump in on this. Great pos! Super excited to co-host Small Victories Linkup with you! 🙂
How cute!! Thanks for sharing at Small Victories Sunday Linkup!
These are such great ideas Stephanie! I love that it doesn’t have to be super sugary or candy to be spooky and fun…thanks for sharing with us at Turn It Up Tuesday!
These are so silly and adorable! I’m pinning this to my KIds Cook board–my son is going to love it! They remind me of that painting by Edvard Munch, The Scream. Fun!