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3 Hauntingly Healthy Halloween Snacks for Kids

Not all tasty treats are loaded with sugar, but which ones will kids actually enjoy? Look no further! We have three amazing, hauntingly Healthy Halloween Snacks for kids. Recipes included.

 

Halloween is a holiday that is all about the sweets. From caramel apples to tons of candy from trick-or-treating, kids definitely get their fill of treats on this spooky holiday. But if you’re hosting a Halloween party for your kids, you may want to consider some healthier alternatives. While there are plenty of healthy foods like seafood, which 88% of people say they eat for the health benefits, some foods are naturally “spookier” than others. When it comes to healthy food for kids, it’s all about using color and creativity. In addition to the sugar, kids love sweets because they come in bright, shiny wrapping. That’s why it’s important to make healthy Halloween snacks fun and festive.

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Fortunately, there are tons of healthy food options that are perfect for Halloween festivities. So let’s take a look at a few healthy Halloween snacks that are spooky, good for you, and delicious.

 

Green Monster Smoothies

From goblins to monsters, green is definitely a spooky Halloween color. And what better way to incorporate some green into your party menu than a healthy green smoothie? Smoothies are super easy to make, contain tons of fruits and vegetables, and still taste amazing. This recipe only contains a few simple ingredients:

  • 2 cups of water
  • 2 bananas
  • 1 cup of pineapple
  • 2 handfuls of spinach or kale

And to make these smoothies spooky, pour the smoothie into a plastic cup and draw a silly or scary face on it! These smoothies are easy, healthy, and yummy.

Ghost Banana Pops

Ghost treats are a must-have treat for any Halloween party. But instead of unhealthy snacks like marshmallows, this recipe uses bananas! These treats are simple and easy, making them the perfect party snack. All you’re going to need is:

  • Popsicle sticks
  • Bananas
  • Vanilla yogurt
  • Mini chocolate chips

After the bananas have been peeled and cut in half, push a popsicle into the cut end of each banana. Line a tray with parchment paper — roll each banana in the yogurt, completely coating the outside and lay them on the tray. Pop two mini chocolate chips on the bananas for eyes and freeze for at least 3 hours. Once they’re frozen, they can be served and enjoyed.

Fruit Parfaits

Candy corn is a staple of the Halloween season. But like all candy, candy corn is packed with sugar and can be bad when eaten too much. So instead, you should consider serving a fruit parfait that looks like candy corn. To make the parfait, you’ll need:

  • Mandarin oranges
  • Bite-size pineapple pieces
  • Whipped topping

In a plastic cup or bowl, simply layer the fruit and whipped topping like candy corn — start with the pineapple, followed by the mandarin oranges, and finish off with the whipped topping. These fruit parfaits still look like they belong with Halloween and have a sweet flavor, but are much healthier than the real thing.

 

Getting food together for a Halloween party can be a bit overwhelming, especially if you’re trying to serve less sugar. So hopefully, these healthy Halloween snacks will be a hit at your party and help you stray away from the sugar-loaded treats.

 

 

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