While it's easy to find a tasty treat that is healthy for Halloween, coming up with ideas when there are so many tempting indulgences available can be tricky. The beginning of fall also means people might start gaining weight again and feeling hungry between meals as they indulge in all their favorite foods!
Eyeball Caprese Bites
If you’re looking for a fun, easy Halloween appetizer that will creep out your guests, give this eyeball cheese ball recipe a try. The mozzarella and burrata cheese make the perfect “eyeballs”, while the cherry tomatoes provide the creepy pupil effect. And if you want to take it up a notch, use a hole punch to create shapes out of basil leaves and place them in the center of each cheese ball. This appetizer is sure to be a hit at your next party!
Crudité Witch Fingers
There you have it! Your very own gruesome, yet delicious, Halloween fingers. Be sure to serve them up at your next spooky party and watch as your guests gobble them up in no time. Just be careful not to get any dip on your own hands – unless of course you’re into that sort of thing. Happy haunting!
Deviled Egg Spiders
Grab some olives and cut them in half like you're making spider webbing. Then put one whole olive right at the center of your deviled egg mixture so it looks like an eyeball! Four more sliver pieces go on each side to make up their eight legs - giving this dish its trademark Vs shape (you can never have too many eyes).
Haunted Cheese & Crackers
Halloween is all about the spooky and scary, but it's also really fun! You can be creative by using different types of cutouts with your favorite cookie cutter. Try cutting out ghosts or pumpkins to place on healthy crackers (I love Mary’s Gone Crackers) along side scallions for stems because we know that this time of year always brings some surprises...
Cracker Sandwich Spiders
The easiest way to make a cute Halloween decoration is by using peanut butter as the spread and pretzels for legs. You can even change up your flavor with something like hummus or babaganouj! Just put three-four whole grain sticks on each side, top it off with another cracker covered in savory dip then place some googly eyes into position before placing raisins around those beautiful facial features you’ve just made - they will be sure not disappoint anyone who comes across them during their trick'n'treat night
Snap pea plants are always tricky to grow, but when you add in this little trick from my mom’s side of the family it becomes even more difficult! Planting these beauties can be overwhelming because they come with so many different shapes and sizes. The best way I found for myself was by simply opening them up (but don't break!) then filling their mouth area full of cream cheese topped off with some almond slices stuck onto top parts where two opposite sides meet at an angle like teeth; see how easy that was?