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16 Healthy Halloween Recipes To Treat Your Family

Welcome to the haunted house of GetHealthyU, where we have treats that are sure to trick your family and guests! What’s the trick, you ask? Halloween gone healthy. We all know Halloween is notorious for sugar-laden sweets and candies, but we’ve decided you can whip out a few tricks as to make this holiday a little less spooky. These 13 healthy halloween recipes, snack ideas and treats will fool anyone who believes healthy can’t be decadent. Happy Hallo-lean!

Use the links below to quickly navigate this article:

  • Main Dish Healthy Halloween Recipes
  • Healthy Halloween Snack Ideas
  • Healthy Halloween Treats
  • Halloween Drink Recipes

Healthy Halloween Recipes: Main Dish

1. Halloween Stuffed Peppers

Healthy halloween recipe of stuffed peppers looking like jack-o-lanterns

Be the cool parent and make these pumpkin peppers for a pre-trick or treating dinner. Your kids may actually eat their veggies when a frightful, but festive face is staring them down!

2. Mini Mummy Pizzas

Mini Mummy Pizzas on a wooden platter.

These yummy mummies make a perfect healthy lunch for the little ones or a creepy appetizer for dressed up adults!

Healthy Halloween Snack Ideas

1. Halloween Sweet Potato Fries

Halloween Sweet Potato Fries in the shape of pumpkins with cinnamon sprinkled on top for a halloween snack idea

For our first healthy halloween snack idea, we can guarantee that these cute pumpkin shaped (alongside a big dose of immune boosting beta-carotene) sweet potato fries will be a hit with kids and adults alike!

2. Halloween Deviled Eggs

Halloween snack ideas: a black tray featuring pumpkin deviled eggs, spider deviled eggs with black olives, green

Everyone loves deviled eggs at Easter time, but have you ever made them for Halloween? These are an aweseom protein-packed healthy Halloween recipe that your guests are sure to love.

3. Halloween Charcuterie Board

Healthy halloween snack ideas: a large charcuterie board filled with cheeses, meats, pumpkins, candy corns, skulls,, crackers, blackberries, and more

A Halloween charcuterie board is a perfectly customizable and spooky option. Pick your favorite cheeses, crackers, meats, fruits, olives, jams, whatever your heart desires! Then throw in some skulls, eyeballs, ghosts and skeleton hands for a perfectly themed halloween spread.

4. Healthy Witch Fingers

A white plate filled with healthy witch fingers which are celery sticks filled with peanut butter and an almond as a healthy halloween snack idea

Oh, bloody fingernails aren’t your thing? Ours either. But this simple snack is tempting enough to look past its creepiness and feast on a phalange or two.

5. Franken-Kiwis

Frankenstein Kiwis which are kiwis that are decorated like Frankenstein on a green and white polka dot napkin.

Frankenstein has never had rap for being cute…until now. These little kiwi monsters that you kind of want to cuddle with are chalked full of vitamin C and Instagrammable good looks!

6. Healthy Halloween Monster Mouths

Healthy Halloween Monster Mouths on wooden table.

Just because something looks scary doesn’t mean it needs to be made with scary—aka artificial—ingredients. These healthy creatures are made with apples, strawberry jam, nut butter, almonds, and chocolate!

 7. Spooky Black Bean Hummus

Spooky Black Bean Hummus in a black bowl with mini-pumpkins behind it on a table as a healthy halloween snack idea

Your office’s annual Halloween costume party just went up two notches with the arrival of your dip…this dip! The haunted hummus takes only ten minutes to make and is filled with fiber and protein.

Healthy Halloween Treats

1. Candy Corn Popsicles

Three Candy Corn Popsicles on a platter with a black and orange star pattern as a healthy halloween treat

Itty-bitty candy corn contains a not so itty-bitty list of questionable ingredients. Corn syrup, dextrose, yellow 6, and artificial flavoring just to name a few. These cute candy corn popsicles on the other hand? Yogurt, orange juice, and pineapple juice! The perfect healthy Halloween treat!

2. Banana Ghost Pops

Simple, scary, and scrumptious, these simple banana ghost pops are so simple to make. Simply freeze halved banana with a popsicle stick until solid (4+ hours or overnight), dunk in vanilla yogurt (or melted white chocolate if you want to be extra decadent), place mini chocolate chips in the eyes and re-freeze. Boo!

3. Flying Bat Cookie Pops

A Flying Bat Cookie Pop with a face made out of frosting as a healthy halloween treat

Bats are basically horrible outside any context other than this recipe. But thanks to some chocolate and cookies, we will gladly look at (and gobble up!) these gluten, egg, and dairy-free bats without thinking twice!

4. Pumpkin Mini Cheesecake with a Gluten-Free Brownie Bottom

Pumpkin Mini Cheesecake Recipe with Gluten Free Brownie Bottom on a white plate with spiderwebs underneath for a decoration

Hypothetically speaking, if you were a spider, you’d want to trap a batch of these mini cheesecakes in your web all for yourself. Each one is gluten-free, 130 calories, and tastes great with a side of flies!

5. Skinny Mummy Cake Balls

A plate Skinny Mummy Cake Balls with chocolate chips as eyeballs for a healthy halloween treat

We were unaware that mummies watched their weight. But apparently they do, and they’re skinny and still eat cake!

Healthy Halloween Drink Recipes

1. Creepy Eyeball Martini

A Creepy Eyeball Martini halloween drink recipe on a table with a flask and viles to make it look spooky

You can’t share this treat with your entire family, but for the 21 and over crowd, this scary sipper will be a Halloween hit!

2. Halloween “Monsteritas”

A green halloween

How adorable are these little margaritas, I mean, “monsteritas?” This halloween drink recipe is made with cucumber and jalapeño for a little kick and then sweetened with honey.

READ THIS NEXT: Healthy Pumpkin Recipes

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