15 Healthy Halloween Party Snacks :: A Recipe Roundup


The kids are going to be overrun this Halloween with candy filled with artificial colors, high fructose corn syrup and GMO’s…so why not fill up their bellies with REAL food before they head out to trick or treat?! Here are some super healthy and most importantly, yummy recipes (from some very talented bloggers) for this Halloween season that everyone can enjoy at your Halloween party. These are sure to scare away the sugar cravings!

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For those of you who know me, I am a bacon fanatic… I find a way to get it my belly almost every day, and I love a play on sweet and savory combinations. So here are my favorite Halloween inspired bacon dishes:

1) Bacon Wrapped Sweet Potato Spears from Officially Gluten Free

2) Chocolate Covered Bacon from Paleo Leap

chocolate covered baconI am also a huge fan of crunchy foods. Once upon a time, it was chips, but now I tend to sway more to the faux chip side of things… same satisfaction from eating chips but won’t make you feel gross after eating them. Here are my favorite chip substitute recipes for Halloween:

3) Warm Cinnamon Apple Chips from Jessica in the Kitchen

4) Caramel Popcorn Balls from Simply Sugar & Gluten Free

popcorn balls

What’s Halloween without sweets anyway? Here are some healthy substitutes to some classic Halloween treats:

5) Caramel Apples from The Paleo Mom

6) Pumpkin Seed Turtles from Mama Natural

7) No Bake Twix Bars from Detoxinista:

no bake twix bar

8) 3-Ingredient Maple Pecan Candies from Homemade Mommy

3 Ingredient Maple Pecan Candies

All this talk of real food, and everything so far seems to be covered in chocolate… so here are my favorite savory Halloween inspired recipes:

9) Candied Spiced Pumpkin Seeds from Vegan Baking

pumpkin seeds10) Roasted Garlic and Rosemary Hummus from Pinch of Yum

And if you’re feeling adventurous you can make your own pumpkin purée: http://www.somewhatsimple.com/homemade-pumpkin-puree/

11) Paleo Pumpkin Chili from the Paleo Mom

Pumpkin Chili

Baked Goods are a great option at Halloween parties because they’re easy for children to eat and you can pack in a bunch of good stuff without their knowing. Here are my favorite:

12) Allergy Free Pumpkin Muffins from Kitchen Stewardship

13) No Sugar No Butter Toddler Muffins from Seeking Shade

muffins toddlerLast but not least, fill up their bellies with organic veggies and fruit with these creative party trays:

14) Fresh Fruit Halloween Snacks from Fun 2 B Frugal:

Halloween-Fruit15) Pumpkin Veggie Tray from Raising Jack with Celiac

Halloween veggie trayGo ahead and “trick” your kids into these healthy treats this Halloween!

Do you have a healthy Halloween recipe we should know about?

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