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Halloween is one of those times of year when kids can indulge in way too much sugar, turning even the sweetest little prince or princess into a goblin!  Help kids balance sugary indulgences with some healthier offerings that are still festive and fun with these ideas from around the web.

healthy halloween treat idea

healthy halloween treat idea
1.  Caramel Grapes help satisfy a sweet tooth with small portions.  Sometimes, just a taste is all you need!
healthy halloween treat idea
2.  Frozen “Boo”-nana Pops  are simple and sweet.
healthy halloween treat idea
3.  Halloween Pizzas – Done 7 Ways!
healthy halloween treat idea
4.  Spooky Healthy Snack – Mandarin Oranges and a Sharpie.
healthy halloween treat idea
5.  Monster Mash Pudding & Sorbet – 3 ingredients, 3 minutes!
healthy halloween treat idea
6.  Toasted Pumpkin Seeds: Three Ways
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7.  Clementine Pumpkins.  Here. 
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8.  Broom Sicks Here.  
9.  Caterpillar Grape Kabobs.  Here.
10.  Mini Pumpkins.  Here.  
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11.  Strawberry Ghosts.  Here. 

12.  Fruit pumpkin.  Here.

13.  Cheese Creatures.  Here.

14.  Salty Bones.  Here. 

15.  A spider you can eat?!?  Here.  

16.  Candy corn Quesadillas Here.

17.  Candy Corn Veggie platter.  Here. 

18.  Apple Monsters.  Here.  

19.  Frankenkiwi  Here.  

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20.  Candy corn fruit cocktail.  Here.  

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21.  Ghost Cheese.  Here.  

22.  Veggie Skeleton.  Here.  – This one is darling!!

23.  Cheese Pops.  Here.  

24.  Stuffed Jack O Lantern.  Here. 

25.  Jack O Lantern Stack Plate.   – In the shape of a pumpkin!!  Here. 

26.  Frank Veggie Platter.  Here.  

27.  Sand Witch with celery broomsticks!  Here.  

Have a Healthy Halloween!

healthy halloween treat idea

 and

Alison

 

Not Healthy, but freakin’ adorable.   Here.  

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11 Comments
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  1. October 11th, 2012 at 9:36 am
    Melissa T says:
    Oh how I love roasted pumpkin seeds. Another reason to love this time of year!
  2. October 15th, 2012 at 10:05 am
    Viki says:
    Thank you for this post, many great ideas for healthy snacks kids will enjoy at our halloween party!
    • February 16th, 2013 at 11:40 am
      Stephanie says:
      You're welcome - Hope you enjoy them!
  3. October 22nd, 2012 at 1:33 pm
    Brittany Gadient says:
    Some great ideas. Can't wait to make the Halloween pizzas. So cute!
  4. October 22nd, 2012 at 1:43 pm
    Mary says:
    i love these ideas! the pizzas are adorable.....my kids will love to make these!
    • November 4th, 2012 at 9:35 pm
      Stephanie says:
      I love them too! Couldn't resist including them in this round up of ideas.
  5. October 22nd, 2012 at 6:59 pm
    barb says:
    What a bunch of great ideas for Halloween treats for the whole family! Healthy and Fun!!!! Thanks for inspiring some of us that don't have that creative gift naturally - can't wait to make some of these treats and share with our family!
    • November 4th, 2012 at 9:38 pm
      Stephanie says:
      My pleasure! There really are a lot of great ideas around the web and I'm inspired by all who come up with healthy ideas for the pickiest eaters of all- kids!
  6. September 29th, 2013 at 8:56 pm
    Lindsey R.K. says:
    I'm SO happy to finally see some Halloween ideas that do not involve food coloring! THANK YOU!!!! I keep all food dye out of our house and offer chocolate or fruit snacks (sans food dye) to satisfy a sweet tooth... yes, even for Halloween! We just toss the stuff they're "allergic to" in the trash & keep the rest. I had to take a moment to thank you profusely for posting these, as I have 7 kids, ages 2-10, who will be thrilled to see some fun treats for our Halloween party! :) I'm not as clever as you guys are on this site, and I would be ever so grateful if you had more ideas for holidays, or any time!, minus food coloring... **hint, hint**
    • September 30th, 2013 at 5:26 pm
      Stephanie says:
      Hi Lindsey!
      Happy you stumbled upon this post and found it useful! My priority is to write posts on healthy snacks for all seasons and occasions that are heavy on fruits and veggies, void of artificial dyes, and to also offer recipes that are egg, dairy, and gluten free. It's the focus of my website www.naturalgirldiary.com, so check it out if you get the chance since I know you'll find lots of what you're looking for to treat your kiddos there!
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