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Spooky season is almost here again.
That means it’s almost time to pick out your brilliant costumes, put up your best spooky decorations, and of course, prepare for some tasty treats.
When it comes to times like this, you certainly don’t want to be missing out on all the yummy goodies the holidays have to offer.
But at the same time, you also don’t want to toss your health goals out the window just like that.
If only there was a way to make those tasty treats a bit healthier, without making them bland and boring.
Well, wish no further. Here, I’ve gathered a little collection of 20 best healthy Halloween treats for you to enjoy this spooky season.
These brilliantly spooky snacks/treats are really easy to prepare, super delicious, and also surprisingly healthy.
Enjoy your Halloween without guilt. Let’s dive in.
20 Healthy Halloween Treats
1) Healthy Halloween Gummies
Made with a mix of gelatin, pumpkin puree, and coconut milk, and then sweetened to perfection, these Halloween gummies are sure to be a hit with the kids.
You’d have never even guessed that these were healthy. And they easily come together in under 30 minutes from scratch.
2) Silly Apple Bites
With apples being in season this period, these creative apple bites are an excellent Halloween snack idea to try out.
With edible googly eyes, a nice strawberry tongue, and sunflower teeth, these yummy bites are just too good to resist. And you only need 15 minutes to make these from start to finish.
3) Instant Pot Halloween Deviled Eggs
Give your regular devilled eggs a spooky twist, by throwing in some chopped olives. Simple, easy, and delicious.
4) Pretzel spiders
Speaking of spiders, here’s another healthy Halloween treat you’ll want to try. This recipe takes regular energy balls, made with oats, dates, peanut butter, etc. and adds a special twist, A.K.A pretzel legs to them.
The result? Cute little pretzel spiders that are both tasty and nutritious. And each serving packs well under a hundred calories too. Make these in just 15 minutes from scratch too.
5) Frozen Banana Ghosts
This recipe is as simple as simple can get, and it comes out so good. Frozen banana is dunked in yummy vanilla yoghurt, and then topped with chocolate chips.
Not only is it super easy to make, but it’s also quite healthy. Each serving of this boo-nana packs just about 50 calories, and is sure to satisfy your cravings.
6) Healthy Halloween Brownie Mice
These cute brownie mice are easier to make than you think, and come together faster than you can say your own middle name.
Made with a mix of almond flour, almond butter, and more than enough chocolatey goodness, they’re the perfect treat to indulge in this season.
These brownie bites are gluten-free, completely vegan-friendly, and require zero baking. You could literally make these in less than 5 minutes, and they’re nothing short of amazing.
7) Vomiting Watermelon Fruit Tray
Pumpkins aren’t the only things that deserved to be carved out this Halloween. This gorgeous fruit tray is a brilliant and creative way to enjoy some healthy and tasty fruits this season.
The carved out parts of the watermelon double down as a tasty part of your food tray. Then add in a couple of your favorite fruits, serve and enjoy.
8) Frankenstein Kiwis
Fun fact: Frankenstein was actually the name of the scientist, and not his creation. Anyways, these Frankenstein kiwis are definitely worth adding to your Halloween treat list.
They recreate the popular look thanks to partially peeled kiwis, pretzel sticks and some chocolate chips. This will be a fun (and equally yummy) Halloween project your kids will love to join in on.
9) Halloween Ghost Strawberries
We all love chocolate-covered strawberries. And now, you can give them the perfect spooky look, thanks to some good old white chocolate, and some dark chocolate chips for the eyes.
Simple, easy, and incredibly tasty.
10) Mummy Cookies
No one says no to cookies, especially at this time of the year. And the fact that these pumpkin mummy cookies are healthier, and every bit as delicious, is a huge plus.
These yummy pumpkin chocolate chip cookies with vanilla frosting and candy eyes are just what you need this season. They’re gluten free, delicious, and contain just about 50 calories per serving.
11) Halloween Ghost Fruit Kabobs
Another brilliant way to add in some fruits this season, is with a nice fruit kabob like this. Throw in some marshmallows, with cute ghost faces on them, and voila. You have a nice healthy snack to enjoy.
It’s literally the easiest thing to put together, and it takes only a couple of minutes.
12) Pumpkin Cuties
What’s tiny, kinda looks like a pumpkin and also tastes really good? Mandarin oranges/clementines! And that’s why they’ll make the perfect healthy treat for your next Halloween party or get together.
To achieve the perfect pumpkin look, the mandarin oranges are peeled, and then topped with a celery stick. It’s brilliant, super easy and tasty too.
13) Halloween Monster Witch Cupcakes
Looking for the perfect cupcake to sink your teeth in this season? I’ve got you covered. These monster witch cupcakes are the perfect thing.
They’re completely dairy-free and vegan friendly, and filled with all the chocolatey goodness you can dream off. Once they’re ready, add in your googly candy eyes for the complete look and enjoy.
14) Healthy Halloween Paleo Apple Bites
We’ve all heard of chocolate-covered strawberries. But how about a fruit which more appropriately fits the season? I’m talking apples.
These chocolate-covered apples will be the best thing you’ll try this fall/Halloween.
Just cut up your apples as shown in this recipe, dunk it in chocolate, add in your favorite toppings and voila! You have yourself a yummy and tasty treat no one will be able to resist.
15) Refined Sugar-Free Meringue Ghost Cookies
Your regular Meringue cookies are usually packed with sugar, but not these ones. And yet, they’re still every bit as delicious.
With a simple 4-ingredient base cookie, and an equally tasty and refined sugar-free ghost meringue topping, these cookies will be one of your favorites this spooky season.
16) Low Carb Pumpkin Cookies
Cutting back on carbs doesn’t mean you have to cut back on all the fun as well. These delicious pumpkin cookies are sugar-free, gluten-free, low carb, and keto friendly, and honestly so good.
You’d have never even guessed that these were keto. Top with your favorite low carb frosting and enjoy. The whole recipe comes together pretty quickly too, in well under 30 minutes, and will certainly leave you satisfied.
17) No-Bake Halloween Mummy Cake Pops
All the yummy goodness, minus the guilt. These naturally-sweetened, mummy cake pops are sure to rock your next Halloween party and can be put together in only a couple of minutes.
They’re gluten-free, rich in the chocolatey goodness we all love, and covered in a nice coconut glaze that makes them even more irresistible.
18) Healthy Pumpkin Sugar Cookies
You can never go wrong with some good old sugar cookies. And these super delicious pumpkin sugar cookies are just the perfect thing to try out this Halloween.
They’re gluten-free, completely vegan friendly, and each wholesome serving contains just 60 calories for something this good. What more could you possibly ask for?
19) Healthy Halloween Spider Cookies
Give your favorite peanut butter cookies that Halloween look, with this delicious spider-shaped chocolate topping. Brilliantly easy, and incredibly delicious.
These tasty spider cookies are completely gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan friendly. You only need a handful of ingredients to get them done, and they come together in well under 30 minutes too.
20) Chocolate Pumpkin Tart
Enjoy the yummy goodness of your favorite pumpkin dessert, with some delicious chocolate, and specially prepped for the spooky season.
Don’t worry. This chocolate pumpkin tart is way easier to prepare than you think. It’s also completely vegan-friendly, and gluten-free too. You’ll be licking the plates after this one.
So there you have it. These 20 incredibly delicious and healthy Halloween treats are sure to satisfy your cravings easily, while keeping your health goals in mind.
And with all said and done, I wish you all a wonderful, spooky, and Happy Halloween in advance.