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Healthy Halloween Snacks

Making healthy Halloween treats with or for the kids is a fun and easy way to celebrate the holiday!

Make a green smoothie. top with granola for hair, dried fruit (like cranberries or raisins) for eyes, and mini marshmallows for funny teeth.

Silly Face Smoothie

This takes just a few minutes and has been a staple in our house for years. They don’t always turn out perfectly, but that’s part of the fun!

Halloween Toast

Add funny eyes to a granola bar, muffin, or any other food you want! Roll cream cheese into two small balls and place on the food. Press a mini chocolate chip into each.

Side Eye Snack Bar

Top a toasted English Muffin with pizza sauce or pesto, and top with a ghost cut out from a slice of cheese for a Halloween snack or dinner.

Ghost English Muffin Pizza

Adding pretzel legs and raisin eyes to any energy bite recipe turns them into instant spiders. So fun!

Spooky Energy Bite Spiders

My Spinach Banana muffins are fun for Halloween, no matter how you serve them, but they are a little extra when you top them with frosting and sprinkles!

Green Muffins

Place Greek yogurt into a bowl. Top with diced yellow fruit (yellow kiwi or pineapple), orange fruit (clementines or cantaloupe) and white (banana, melon, or coconut).

Fruit and Yogurt Candy Corn

Serve up an assortment of green foods for a festive Halloween treat lunch. We like to include foods such as Banana Spinach Muffins, Snap Pea Crisps, kiwi, edamame, and cucumbers.

Green Zombie Lunch

Dipping strawberries into Greek yogurt is a fun activity to do together and it’s a healthy Halloween treat to share.

Strawberry Ghosts

With an easy combo of ingredients and a simple method that uses a donut pan, these donuts are a fun Halloween snack for sure.

Pumpkin Donuts

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Many of these can also be made a head of time to spare you from having to bake at 6 am on a weekday morning! Visit the blog for even more tips and tricks!