Who doesn’t love sharing lots of tasty treats during the holidays? Enjoying festive goodies can easily mean eating too many sugary sweets, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Go ahead and indulge with these ideas for fun, spooky, holiday treats that are also healthy!
Serve a spooky, savory snack with these Cheesy Fingers from Mom It Forward. They’re very simple and easy to make and no one will be able to keep their hands off of them!
These creepy Banana Caterpillars from TLC are sure to send chills down your spine.
Dried fruit is naturally sweet and nutritious. These edible Eerie Eyeballs from Spoonful use dried apples, apricots and raisins to create ghastly sight that is also a delicious treat.
Always a popular delicacy, caramel apples can be made with wholesome ingredients. Fresh apples are bountiful this time of year, providing the perfect opportunity to create this Caramel Apple Recipe from Nourished Kitchen.
It’s possible to have your cake, and be healthy, too! This recipe for Raw Chocolate Cake Pops from Fork and Beans makes it simple and easy to whip up these adorable little treats. They’re so delicious, you’ll forget they’re healthy!
Combine the fun of carving with a small, seedless watermelon to make this gory Melon Brain from Spoonful. A cerebral treat like this is one that won’t quickly be forgotten.
When you carve pumpkins this year, be sure to save some of the seeds for this tasty recipe for Chili Lime Pumpkin Seeds from Nourished Kitchen. Pumpkin seeds are a delicious, healthy snack to have on hand.
Ordinary apple slices get a spooky transformation into scary witch’s teeth with these Green Meanies from TLC. Everyone will be cackling with delight!
Family and friends who are gluten-free don’t have to miss out with these cute Spiderweb Cupcakes from Texan Erin Baking. They’re so delicious, no one will know they’re grain-free!
Provide everyone with a healthy serving of veggies with this cute Pumpkin Veggie Tray fromTaste of Home.
Hand out a healthy treat with these mini orange Snack-O’-Lanternsfrom Spoonful. They’re full of tasty fruit and cute as can be.
Create these funny little Yolkensteins from TLC out of boiled eggs and veggies. They’re almost too cute to eat!
These super spooky Witch’s Fingers from Cafe Zupas are so easy to make, only requiring three ingredients. They’re tasty, too!
Create this cute Spooky Spider Snack from Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons. He’s made from fresh fruit!
This Black Bean Cat Crudites veggie tray from Spoonful becomes scary when nutritious veggies are arranged in a spooky cat skeleton pattern. Quick and easy to put together, it offers everyone a wide variety of tasty veggies.
These wholesome and delicious Ghost Pops from Nugget Market turn ordinary bananas into scary ghosts.
These Taco Monster Mouths from Betty Crocker are sure to have everyone laughing out loud. They’re an excellent choice for a main dish or appetizer.
These Edible Eyeballs from Spoonful turn ordinary veggies into a creepy peeper treat. No one will be able to take their eyes off of them.
Everyone will be swept away by these Witch Broom Cheese Snacks from Parent Map. Who wouldn’t love cheese and crackers in the shape of a mini broom?
These recipe ideas are also great for kids to help prepare. Make memories and have fun creating these healthy, spooky treats this holiday season!
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