10-Plus Easy, Healthy Halloween Treats


healthy halloween snacks

It’s that time of year. Halloween parties are popping up all around town. Whether they are at your child’s preschool, elementary school or for an impromptu playdate, these Halloween-inspired snacks are sure to impress- without¬†the sugar high.

Cookie Cutter Cheese 

A small Halloween-themed cookie cutter can turn ordinary cheese slices into a spooky and healthy treat.

Vampire Teeth

While the marshmallows may not be the *most* healthy thing, you make up for it with the apples and peanut butter (or seed butter if nuts are a no-no).

Witches’ Brooms

These clever little broomsticks are almost too cute to eat. *Almost.*

Jack-O-Lantern Oranges

My personal go-to Halloween-inspired snack. These little clementine pumpkins are fun to make and healthy too. You can even go a bit simpler and skip the tootsie-roll stem.

String Cheese Ghosts

Along the same lines, you can make this super-easy Halloween treat with nothing but wrapped string cheese and a sharpie.

Clementine Pumpkins

There’s nothing to feel guilty about when you bring in this healthy treat. It’s just clementines and celery. It’s simple, but pretty enough to make a big splash.

Banana Mummies

This might be stretching the limits of “healthy,” but hey, there’s banana in there!

Deviled Spider Eggs

The addition of black olive “spiders” make these eggs extra devilish. These deviled egg eyeballs are pretty creepy too.

Candy Corn Fruit Parfait

Pineapple, mandarins, and a dash of whipped cream or greek yogurt mirror the colors of that sugary Halloween staple, candy corn.

 

 

Halloween Ghost Pretzels

courtesy simplybeingmommy.com

courtesy simplybeingmommy.com

Pretzel rods are dipped in white chocolate melts for these quick and easy spooky treats.

Popcorn Witch Hands

Make sure you get latex-free gloves for these fiber-filled Halloween treats.

You can find more ideas for Halloween treats – including some less-than-healthy ones – on our Pinterest board.

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Ali Wilkinson

Online Editor at PDX Parent
Ali Wilkinson is the Online Editor for PDX Parent, and is one of the founders of PDX Kids Calendar. She loves exploring Portland with her three small children, especially when the explorations lead outdoors, to music or to ice cream. You can read more from Ali at www.runknitlove.com.
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