You don’t often hear the phrase “healthy Halloween.” Ask kids what their favorite part of Halloween is and most of them will answer “CANDY!”.
Truth be told, this mom has a pretty demanding sweet tooth so I too look forward to some sweet treats this time of year. Like most holidays, Halloween has expanded to be more than a day-long celebration.
As I walk through my neighborhood and see house after house decorated with cobwebs, Happy Halloween flags, and skeletons dangling from trees, I realize that Halloween is now celebrated throughout the month of October. That’s a LOT of candy.
So, whether you are helping out with a party at school, hosting one at home, or just enjoy celebrating this fun holiday with your family, I wanted to give you some non-candy treats you can enjoy so that you can still fit into your costume on Halloween and have strong, healthy teeth to tackle those Bit-O-Honeys. Here are some of the best healthy Halloween treats.
Here are some fun Halloween-themed meals to serve up in honor of this spooky holiday. Okay, these aren’t the healthiest choices out there, but they are kid-friendly! The list gets healthier as we go on, I promise.
Healthy Halloween Snacks for the Lunchbox
I love these fun, easy ways to add a little healthy Halloween surprise to your child’s lunch box. Transform your child’s ordinary lunch box items into Halloween treats with simple tools like a Sharpie and masking tape.
Healthy Halloween Snacks
Welcome your kids home from school with these healthy Halloween treats that are so fun and spooky, they won’t even care that it’s not candy!
Healthy Halloween Party Food
Hosting a Halloween party and don’t want to serve solely sugar? Here are some clever dishes that are so festive they can double as table decorations until the guests dig in.
More Halloween Ideas
Looking for more Halloween inspiration? Try one of these fun Halloween dinner ideas.
Check out these super easy, DIY Halloween costumes. I’m NOT crafty. So when I say easy, I mean EASY.
And to get your house ready for Halloween, try these DIY Halloween Decorations. There are some really easy, but clever ideas!
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