Want to make healthy Halloween treats, snacks, fruits, and candy that won’t guilt your inner ghoul? These healthy Halloween food and drink recipe ideas will keep the doctors away by balancing out sugar-laden treats this October.




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Learn how to make healthy Halloween treats, snacks, and desserts with festive recipes, decorations and design tips to incorporate more vegetable, fruit, appetizer, breakfast, and other meal ideas and less sugary candy on the day.

Healthy Halloween Treats Supplies

Find our Halloween party and treat supplies Amazon, or check out these ready-made healthy snack options!

Healthy Halloween Fruit Ideas

Green, Orange, White Fruit Cups

Draw on see-through cups with Sharpie and fill with appropriate colored-fruit, such as:

  • Frankenstein: green grapes and blueberries
  • Jack o Lantern: peaches, clementines, cantaloupe
  • Ghost: bananas, apples
  • (via Kitchen Fun with my 3 Sons)

Apple Mummies

Such a creative way to peel an apple! (via Two Healthy Kitchens)

Silly Apple Bites

Here’s another way to serve apples. And all the ingredients you see here are vegan. (via Fork and Beans)

Clementine Pumpkins

Simply peel a clementine or tangerine and add a piece of celery stalk.
(via Brendid)

Kiwi Frankenstein

Another fun way to peel a fruit, this time kiwi with the skin left on as the hair. Then add pretzel sticks. (via Two Healthy Kitchens)

Banana Mummies and Ghosts Popsicles

This 15-minute recipe involves dipping the banana in Greek yogurt and peanut butter instead of white chocolate. (via Well Plated)

Fruit Skewer Bats

These kebabs have blackberries, grapes, and cantaloupe and omit the usual marshmallows that usually are included on these snack sticks. Use pom poms and paper wings to create the bat topper. (via Tikkido)

”Candy Corn” Parfaits

A healthier treat inspired by the traditional Halloween sweet is this parfait, with fresh fruit and lighter whipped topping made from Greek yogurt. (via Skinny Taste)

Healthy Halloween Appetizers & Vegetables

Hummus Pumpkin Patch

Carrots in hummus are a delicious, healthy snack. (via Party Tipz)

Caprese Salad Eyeballs

Now that it’s been mentioned, the layering is reminiscent of eyeballs. Won’t look at caprese the same again. (via Triad Recipes)

Worm Soup

This soup is just two ingredients. So simple! (via The Chic Life)

7-Layer Taco Dip Spiderweb

Beans, salsa, shredded lettuce, olives, cheese, tomato, guacamole and sour cream in the design of a spiderweb. (via Mind Over Munch)

Deviled Eggs

Create these 4 different designs, a devil, spider, pumpkin, and one-eyed monster, from bell peppers, chives, and olives. (via Aberdeen’s Kitchen)

Veggie Crudite Skeleton

Here’s a fun way to serve a whole variety of vegetables, such as: lettuce, olives, dip, celery, carrots, bell peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, and cucumbers. (via Key Ingredient)

Roasted Vegetables

Warm up sweet potatoes, carrots, and beets and top with balsamic and honey for these fun Halloween-shaped veggies (via Live Eat Learn)

Spiders on a Log

What a clever variation of Ants on a Log to fit the Halloween theme. (via On My Kids Plate)

Healthy Halloween Snacks

Mummy Granola Bars

This granola is made of shredded coconut, Rice Krispies, oats, almonds, almond butter, honey, brown sugar, and chocolate chips. (via Tara’s Multicultural Table)

String Cheese Broomsticks

An easy, creative way to make this savory snack. (via Food Lets)

Bat Energy Bites

This high protein snack has peanut butter, honey, oats, Rice Krispies, cocoa powder, honey, and vanilla. The bat wings are made with blue tortilla chips. (via Chelsea’s Messy Apron)

Ritz Cracker Spiders

It’s easy to sandwich your preferred filling of choice between two Ritz crackers for a sweet or savory snack. I personally would use cranberries for the eyes to give it more of an eerie effect. (via La Jolla Mom)

Hard Boiled Egg Ghost

So easy to make the ghost design. All you need is a straw. (via Kid Friendly Things to Do)

Healthy Halloween Breakfast, Dinner, Meal Ideas

Pancake Monsters

The green comes from spinach! (via Freutcake)

Jack o’ Lantern Smoothie Bowl

This cute halloween treat is made from mango, Greek yogurt, strawberries, chia seeds (via Eating Well)

Avocado Toast Frankenstein

This is another vegan recipe. If you can’t find nori (seaweed) at your local grocery store or Asian market, you can also substitute with olives. (via Vegan Chowdown)

Peanut Butter Jelly Spiders

A Halloween-inspired take on the classic childhood sandwich. (via Crafty Morning)

Ghost Pizza

This healthy pizza is made on a whole wheat crust. (via Whitney E RD)

Jack o’ Lantern Stuffed Bell Pepper

This paleo, vegan, gluten-free, and whole30-friendly recipe is zoodle (zucchini noodle) pasta with a pumpkin kale pesto. (via Tasting Page)

Healthy Halloween Desserts

Brownie Mice

These healthy, no bake brownie bites are gluten-free and contain pumpkin and sesame seeds. (via Kitchen at Hoskins)

Cookie Mummies

These vegan butternut squash cookies have many aromatic fall spices like nutmeg and cinnamon. (via Healthy Nibbles and Bits)

Cupcake Monsters

These too are vegan. The deep purple frosting comes from sweet potatoes. Yum! (via Feasting on Fruit)

Spooky Yogurt Bark

This strawberry maple syrup yogurt bark has ghost decorations made from Greek yogurt. (via My Kids Lick the Bowl)

These easy, healthy Halloween treats, snacks, and food recipes will add more healthy fruits, vegetables, desserts, and meal ideas and without frightening amounts of sugar.