15 Easy, Healthy Halloween Treats

It’s that time of year. If you are looking for some festive ways to celebrate the season, these Halloween-inspired snacks are sure to impress — without the sugar high.

Skeleton Crudité

It’s slightly possible that your kids will eat veggies if you serve them in the shape of a skeleton.

Courtesy of This Healthy Table

Cookie Cutter Cheese 

A small Halloween-themed cookie cutter can turn ordinary cheese slices into a spooky and healthy treat.

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Courtesy peasandcrayons.com

Celery Snails & Caterpillars

These creepy crawly snacks from Woman’s Day will have your kids giggling. Buy a package of candy eyes here, for the finishing touch.

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Monster Apples

Here’s another project to put those eye sprinkles you just bought to use! While the candy eyeballs may not be the *most* healthy thing, you make up for it with the apples and peanut butter (or seed butter if nuts are a no-no).

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Witches’ Brooms

These clever little broomsticks are almost too cute to eat. *Almost.*

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Courtesy cincyshopper.com

Jack-O-Lantern Oranges

This is the classic, go-to Halloween-inspired snack. These little clementine pumpkins are fun to make and healthy, too.

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String Cheese Ghosts

Along the same lines, you can make this super-easy Halloween treat with nothing but wrapped string cheese and a sharpie.

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Courtesy thriftyjinxy.com

Mummy Pizzas

These mummies are gluten-free, but use this method with whatever crust you like!

Courtesy of The Yummy Bowl

Clementine Pumpkins

There’s nothing to feel guilty about when you serve this healthy treat. It’s just clementines and celery. It’s simple, but pretty enough to make a big splash.

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Courtesy thriftyjinxy.com

Banana Mummies

This might be stretching the limits of “healthy,” but hey, there’s banana in there!

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Courtesy lovetobeinthekitchen.com

Deviled Spider Eggs

These deviled egg eyeballs are delightfully creepy, and you only need red food coloring and a toothpick for the bloodshot effect.

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Candy Corn Fruit Parfait

Pineapple, mandarins, and a dash of whipped cream or greek yogurt mirror the colors of that sugary Halloween staple, candy corn.

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Courtesy suburbiaunwrapped.com

Halloween Ghost Pretzels

Pretzel rods are dipped in white chocolate melts for these quick and easy spooky treats.

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Courtesy simplybeingmommy.com

Popcorn Monster Hands

Make sure you get latex-free gloves for these fiber-filled Halloween treats.

Courtesy Eat Plant Based

Severed Hand Pies

You just need a package of pie crust, an egg, and low-sugar jam to create these simple molds in the shape of hands.

Credit: Meg Asby
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