Halloween is the season of treats and sweets. There is nothing wrong with that, and treats are great, especially for kids. But not everyone wants to eat so many unhealthy treats. Some parents would prefer that their kids enjoy healthy Halloween treats for kids. These healthy treats are just as fun as the unhealthy ones. But the major difference is the nutritional value. In fact, some of these treats will be difficult to tell the difference between healthy versions and unhealthy ones. You can really get into the Halloween spirit this year and not avoid all of the treats. The best part is, you can make these at home and they’re all super easy to make.
There are actually healthy Halloween treats that you can make for your kids to enjoy this season without worrying about the nutritional value.
Jack-O-Lantern Smoothies | Eats Amazing
Frozen Boo-Nana Pops | Skinny Taste
Jack-O-Lantern Orange Fruit Cups | Frugal Mom Eh!
Mummified Apple Pie | Every Nook and Cranny
Silly Apple Bites | Fork and Beans
Halloween treats are treats that bring the season to life in some way. Some treats just use the colors of the season and others use design ideas but they are all different. Here, we explore the idea of healthy options instead of just sugar-filled treats.
Strawberry Ghosts | Yummy Healthy Easy
Candy Corn Yogurt Pops | Not Quite Susie
Googly Eyed Treats | Thirty Handmade Days
Spider Snacks | Family Food on The Table
Ghost Pops | Sugar Spice and Glitter
Healthy Halloween treats are tasty and use natural ingredients for the most part. Though sneaking in a little sugar here and there isn’t a bad idea. We want our kids to actually enjoy the season as much as others. Just remember to have fun with these recipes, maybe even include your kids in the making process.
Frankenstein Smoothie Bowl | Healthy Little Foodies
Halloween Monster Fruit | Crafty Morning
Frankenstein Kiwis | Two Healthy Kitchens
Spider Sandwiches | Autism Learning Felt
Crunchy Halloween Mummies | Betty Crocker