11 Healthy Halloween Recipes

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How to have a healthy Halloween? Find out in this post featuring 11 Healthy Halloween Recipes that’ll keep the spooky vibes alive without sacrificing your nutrition!

Make your October festivities stress-free by whipping up some healthy Halloween treats for you and your family. There’s no need to binge on processed stuff when the day arrives – we have plenty of recipes to make your Halloween as healthy as can be.

How To Have A Healthy Halloween?

Preparing healthy Halloween party food is simple. Stick to homemade meals and snacks using whole ingredients. The health community is full of Halloween-inspired recipes to suit your individual dietary needs!

How To Make Healthy Halloween Snacks?

Making spooky snacks is often as simple as taking your regular recipes and just presenting it differently. Cutting fruits or veggies into different shapes (ghosts, pumpkins, spiders etc.) is a great way to add some Halloween vibes to your day.

What are healthy Halloween candy options? Your best bet when is comes to staying healty is to make candy at home. Otherwise, another option is to check out your local health food store for some suitable treats.

1. Avocado and Wasabi Deviled Eggs

Avocado and wasabi deviled eggs topped with black and white sesame seeds arranged on a dark gray platter with a dark bakground.

These spicy deviled eggs make a great appetizer for your party guests. The eggs are marbled using natural coloring from blueberries boiled in water, so there’s no need to use soy if you’re avoiding it.

  • Calories: 109
  • Carbs: 2.3g

Find this RECIPE at Family Spice.

2. Spooky Apple Bites

Healthy Halloween apple bites arranged on a white plate on a white table.

Trying out some healthy Halloween fruit ideas is a great activity to involve the kids. You’ll only need a few simple ingredients to compile these wacky apple snacks.

  • Calories: 40
  • Carbs: 4g

Find this RECIPE at Fork and Beans.

3. Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Roasted pumpkin seeds arranged on a white baking sheet.

One of the best parts of Halloween festivities is carving pumpkins. Using garlic, cayenne, and paprika is a great way to spice up the seeds from pumpkin carving when you bake them. You’ll have a tasty snack that’ll last you a few days.

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Find this RECIPE at Beauty and the Beard.

4. Paleo Witch Finger Cookies

Paleo witch finger cookies with a fruit sauce to the side arranged on a dark kitchen towel.

These gluten-free cookies use coconut flour and are sweetened with honey. All you need is a bit of creativity to whip up some scary-looking healthy treats!

  • Calories: 122
  • Carbs: 11g (net)

Find this RECIPE at Food Faith Fitness.

5. Candy Corn Fruit Kebabs

Healthy Halloween candy corn kebabs arranged around a granadilla sauce with a dark blue background.

These candy corn kebabs use only fruit, a bit of honey, and a squeeze of fresh lime or lemon juice. For a healthy treat that’s colorful and delicious, your healthy Halloween fruit recipes will never let you down.

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Find the recipe HERE.

6. Balsamic Roasted Carrots and Green Beans

Balsamic roasted carrots and green beans topped with fresh herbs in a green plate on a wooden surface.

This delicious side dish only needs 5 ingredients. If you’re having a dinner party, this recipe is a great way to keep your evening simple.

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Find this RECIPE at Paleo Leap.

7. Spicy Honey-Glazed Chicken and Sweet Potato Kebabs

Spicy honey-glazed chicken and sweet potato kebabs stacked on a white baking sheet.

Since October is peak season for sweet potatoes, they’re a great ingredient to use for your healthy Halloween dinner recipes. These sweet and spicy kebabs use simple ingredients – most of them available in a well-stocked pantry and spice rack.

This recipe is higher in carbs, so might not be suitable for keto or low-carb dieters.

  • Calories: 466
  • Carbs: 42g

Find this RECIPE at Little Broken.

8. Paleo Pumpkin Chili

Healthy Halloween pumpkin chili topped with fresh cilantro with a gray background.

You can have this delicious pumpkin chili ready in about 30 minutes with minimal hands-on time. Serve your chili in a pumpkin if you want to stick to the Halloween theme.

  • Calories: 340
  • Carbs: 4g (net)

Find this RECIPE at Wicked Spatula.

9. Keto Apple Pie Almond Crumble

Keto apple pie almond crumble topped with fresh cream and strawberries in a green bowl with a wooden spoon.

This recipe makes your favorite fall dessert, apple pie or crumble, so much healthier. It needs only 6 ingredients and will please the whole family!

  • Calories: 341
  • Carbs: 21g (net)

Find this RECIPE here at Living Chirpy.

10. Halloween Antipasto Skewers

Healthy Halloween antipasto skewers arranged on a striped black and white plate with a white background.

For an easy last minute appetizer, these antipasto kebabs are just want you need. Using only olives, small mozzarella balls and orange cherry tomatoes – it really makes them the perfect colorful Halloween snack.

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Find this RECIPE at A Kailo Chic Life.

11. Keto Pumpkin Cookies

Healthy Halloween stacked pumpkin cookies on a white plate on a bamboo mat.

These pumpkin cookies take a bit more effort, but it’ll be worth it! They’re like a traditional snicker doodle cookie, but so much healthier without all the processed gunk!

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Find this RECIPE at OMG Keto Yum.

In Conclusion:

Having a healthy Halloween is easy if you make the effort to prepare some nutritious recipes. Whether you’re paleo, keto, Whole30 or need to make adjustments for certain allergies – there are always options to accommodate your needs.

Did You Make One Of These Healthy Halloween Recipes?

If you made one of these yummy recipes that we rounded-up for you – please let us know in the comments how it turned out for you! If you have any improvements or other awesome healthy Halloween recipes of your own – let us and other readers know as well!

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