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Healthy Halloween Treats To Satisfy the Kiddos

Healthy Halloween treats really are a thing, and the kids really do love them. Don’t run away! It’s true! Over the years, healthy treats have become synonymous with boring treats, and they really aren’t the same thing.

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Healthy Halloween Treats Alternatives

These healthy Halloween treats are full of flavor, fun, and they defintely won’t be boring. They’re the perfect alternative to traditional candy bars and hard candy offerings for the season.

Meals and Bites

Easy Snacks

  • Apple Mummies: These apple mummies are adorable, easy to make, and healthy.
  • Frankenstein Kiwis: A little creative peeling is almost all that’s needed to make these snacks that focus on fruit and fun.
  • Monster Fruit Cups: All you need are fruit, marshmallows, a clear plastic cup, and a black marker to may these super cute fruity snacks.
  • Fruit Bat Skewers: These adorable fruit kabobs are a naturally sweet treat with a cute Halloween-themed topper.
  • Halloween Spider Snack: This Halloween-themed variation of peanut butter celery boats features raisin “spiders” for a spooky theme.
  • Monster Apple Donuts: These cute little “donuts” are easy to make, tasty, and so good for the kiddos.
  • Spooky Spider Rice Cakes: Super healthy and super easy, these require 3 ingredients and minimal prep.
  • Halloween Candy Corn Popcorn Hands: Popcorn is the star of this show, making it a great healthy snack.
  • Caramel Apple Nachos: This super easy snack uses three ingredients. It doesn’t get easier than that!
  • Easy Witch’s Fingers: This cute, healthy Halloween treat uses celery and any filling like peanut or nut butter, hummus, or ricotta cheese, and almond slivers.
  • Clementine “Pumpkins”: All you need is a peeled clementine and a piece of celery to make these cute treats.
  • Spiderweb Bananas: These are probably the easiest thing you’ll ever make. All you need is a banana and a black marker.
  • Wormy Apples: These cute treats use apples, peanut butter, and cheese to make a healthy Halloween-themed treat.
  • Vegan Pumpkin Tortilla: This vega recipe is super cute and easy to make.
  • Chocolate Covered Strawberry Ghosts: Adorable and easy, these “ghosts” are mostly strawberries with a thin coating of chocolate.
  • Halloween Snack Collection for Kids: All four of the snacks found here are super easy to make. A few decorations make prepackaged foods Halloween masterpieces.
  • Monster Mouths: These spookatcular monster mouths are made with apples, nut butter, and other fruits.

Cookies and Bars

Healthy Halloween Treats Worth the Time

  • Healthy Peanut Butter Cup Muddy Buddies: These gluten-free muddy buddies are also sugar-free but full of all that great Muddy Buddy flavor kids love.
  • Halloween Ghost Vanilla Donuts: These spooktacular donuts are made with whole wheat flour and sweetened with maple syrup or honey. They even have an added protein kick of Greek yogurt.
  • Pumpkin Pie Chocolate Popsicles: This recipe containers gingersnap cookies, but it also contains lots of fiber from pumpkin puree and protein from Greek yogurt, making it a pick for healthy Halloween treats.
  • Halloween Freakshakes: Featuring the goodness of fruit and Greek yogurt, these Freakshakes are winners.
  • Witchy Guacamole: A great recipe for a party. This witchy guac is full of healthy fat.
  • Roasted Halloween Vegetables: Veggies and Halloween cookie cutters are all you need to make these!

These Healthy Halloween Treats are Winners

From easy, decorated fruit cups to more involved dishes like peanut butter cup Muddy Buddies, you’ll find all kinds of deliciou healthy Halloween treats that the kids will love in the list above. Pick your favorite healthy Halloween treats and get ready for the kids to drool.

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  1. June S. says:

    (Healthy Halloween Treats To Satisfy the Kiddos) I am going to make some of these for my 16 month old granddaughter to try. I think eating healthy is the best way to go, start them out young I say.

  2. Robin Abrams says:

    My grand kids would love the Apple Mummies. We love making holiday themed treats

  3. Renee Rousseau says:

    Fun, healthy ideas! Caramel Apple Nachos Recipe is my favorite!

  4. Rochelle Haynes says:

    These are looking good and cute

  5. heather says:

    Oh my goodness I love the apple mummies those are so adorable.

  6. Shannon says:

    I love the apple slices. So fun.

  7. Marisela Zuniga says:

    These are really great ideas

  8. Victoria Alexander says:

    I’ll definitely be trying the Monster Apple Donuts 🙂

  9. Dorothy Boucher says:

    I love your ideas here and I think the children are going to enjoy these also.

  10. Holly A Thomas says:

    Frankenstein Kiwis are so cute!

  11. Tara L says:

    These are really cute and affordable. I’d love to make this with my son when I see him next weekend.

  12. heather says:

    The monster apple bites are so cute and so clever I so want to make these thanks for sharing this one super fun.

  13. Debbie P says:

    These treats are awesome! They are super cute and really clever.

  14. Holly says:

    Hi Jenn – What fun Halloween snacks for kids. PINNED! Thank you for including my pumpkin tortilla. My heart is full of gratitude. Hugs, Holly

  15. Deb Pelletier says:

    These are cute, and healthy . Great idea.

  16. LeAnn Harbert says:

    All of these will be fun to make with my granddaughters.

  17. Cindy Merrill says:

    All of these treats look scrumptious. My nephews love my “GIANT SPIDER EGG Sacs:”
    ( Molasses popcorn Balls): I use Sorghum molasses mixed with Black strap for added iron: Very popular with younger boys.

  18. LB says:

    My son woulds love these!

  19. Christina moore says:

    My granddaughter would love these

  20. Katie Bellamy says:

    Such cute ideas! I’m gonna be making the Monster Apple Bites for sure!!

  21. Debbie P says:

    Thanks for the really cool collection of healthy Halloween Treats! These are so cute and very clever!

  22. Dana Rodriguez says:

    These are great ideas! So cute!

  23. Barrie says:

    What cute ideas! The breakfast bliss balls look fun.

  24. Shirley O says:

    These are so cute and would be fun snacks to make with my grandchildren.

  25. heather says:

    I want to make Halloween breakfast bliss balls for the kiddos they would love those thanks for sharing this one.

  26. rochelle haynes says:

    These are looking good and tasty

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