Healthy Halloween Recipes
Halloween is a week away! I’m sure you will be attending parties and of course the kids will be out skillfully choosing the best houses to add to their candy collection. The sugar rush that will happen at the end of the night is sure to scare any mom.
Here are some healthier snacks you can provide your kids this Halloween. They will be dragging in bags of the sweet stuff anyways so change it up a bit.
Not only are they totally adorable, but they’re actually good for you. Now that’s a crazy thought on Halloween, isn’t it?!
This is not your average quesadilla! It is stuffed with pepper jack cheese and spiced pumpkin puree with all the trimmings! All for only 269 calories per serving.
What I love about this jack-o’-lantern stuffed peppers recipe is that it’s a festive twist on a savory dish that lets my family enjoy the holiday with a little less sugar.They’re a fun Halloween treat to prepare for your kids and something you can feel great about them digging into! The fun part is in carving the bell peppers, which act as edible jack-o’-lanterns.
I thought I would share these cute ghost-shaped frozen white chocolate banana treats. This is a fun project to make with the kids and what kid doesn’t like chocolate covered bananas.
These mini pumpkin rice cakes make great decorative treats for Halloween or Thanksgiving as well something everyone will want to try. They are made of sweet rice flour, pumpkin puree, and stuffed with adzuki bean paste. There’s no need to limit how many of these healthy treats you or your kids eat.
Whether you go all out on Halloween or you don’t do much at all, this is one Halloween recipe you can do. It’s super easy! Just hollow out an orange, cut it like a jack-o-lantern and fill it with fruit! It’s super easy and quick, it’s really fun, and it’s even healthy for you too! Your kids will get a huge kick out of these silly little oranges, and they will undoubtedly ask you to make them again and again.
With cinnamon, nutmeg, and pure pumpkin puree, this pumpkin pie is sure to become a fall favorite.
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