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5 Healthier Halloween Treats

If you’re looking for just a bite (or two) of a classic treat this Halloween — or any time of year for that matter — take a few minutes to whip up one of these heavenly morsels. If you’re having a get together for a crowd, these are seriously easy and a ton of fun to make as a group or just with your little one! Until someone invents healthy candy, you can’t do much better than these easy to prepare treats!

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  • Chocolate Tofu Pudding Pots 1 of 5
    Chocolate Tofu Pudding Pots
    Get your little ones involved with every step of this recipe. Let your kids improvise and make their dessert as spooky and sweet as they want!
    Learn how to make Chocolate Tofu Pudding Pots
  • Popcorn Trail Mix 2 of 5
    Popcorn Trail Mix
    Whether you're looking for a healthy-ish treat on Halloween or just a fun holiday snack idea for the younger set, this Popcorn Trail Mix fits the bill.
    Learn how to make Popcorn Trail-mix
  • Cookie Dough Bites 3 of 5
    Cookie Dough Bites
    These raw cookie dough bites are as close to the real thing as you can imagine, and the best part about them is that they contain no raw eggs or refined sugar, are made with protein packed nuts, and filled with fiber from old fashioned oats.
    Learn how to make Raw Cookie Dough Bites
  • Cheese Wafers 4 of 5
    Cheese Wafers
    I know that if you 
offer these cheese wafers over those pre-packaged snacks, the kids will not only beg for more but they'll also avoid ingesting all those nasty preservatives, artificial flavors and dyes, too.


    Learn how to make Cheese Wafers
  • Gravestone Brownies 5 of 5
    Gravestone Brownies
    These Gravestone Brownies are so rich and chocolatey, they're to die for. They're easy and fun to make for crowds of all ages!
    Learn how to make Gravestone Brownies

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