8 Healthy Halloween Treats to Serve Guests

Halloween is all about candy, but if you’re watching your sugar intake, or simply want some healthier snacks, there are plenty of healthy options! Just because you decide to serve veggies or fruit doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice the spookiness!

Make these bone chilling healthy snacks for your Halloween dinner party and mix it up!

  • Zombie Toast

Love avocado toast? It’s full of vitamins and it tastes delicious! Not to mention, this zombie toast treat is super easy to make! Simply slather some avocado on toast and make some haunting faces using sheets of roasted seaweed or other veggies. Guests will surely snatch them all up!

  • Jack o’ Lantern Fruit Cup

This super easy to-go treat is made with a hollowed-out orange peel! Simply carve a spooky face in the peel and stuff the inside with sliced fruit! This Halloween fruit cup is perfect for goody bags or as a dessert.

  • Skeleton Snack Tray

This gorgeous veggie snack tray is made with sliced veggies and a cup of dip! All you need to do is arrange your veggie slices to look like various anatomical parts. This treat takes little to no time to arrange yet looks incredible!

  • Monster Sushi

Making sushi doesn’t have to be hard or time consuming! This monster sushi recipe can be completed in no time at all and makes about 16-18 sushi balls. The only time-consuming part of the process involves cutting out the face shapes, but your kids can help!

  • Zombie Bars

These gross, green, zombified bars look spooky but taste great! This recipe makes 16 bars of zombie goodness that taste like chocolate. Made with numerous good for you ingredients like almonds, dates, coconut oil, and more!

  • Homemade Fruit and Veggie Gummy Candy

Who doesn’t love gummy candy! And these homemade gummy treats are made from fresh fruit and veggie juice, which makes them even healthier than the store-bought kind. This recipe uses carrots, oranges, and apples.

  • Boo-nana Pops

These chocolate covered boo-nana pops are delicious! Not to mention, they’re a healthier alternative to candy! You can use chocolate chips for the eyes or buy candy eyes from the store. Both kids and adult guests will love them.

  • Orange Pumpkins

Orange pumpkins are super easy to make, and they produce such a cute presentation! Peel some clementine’s or another small orange and stick a small piece of celery in the middle so they look like mini pumpkins!

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