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10 Ideas for Healthy Halloween Snacks Kids Will Love

10 Healthy Recipes for Kids' Halloween Treats

Halloween is upon us. And that means candy, candy, and more candy. And while I’d like to hide my kids from all things sugary and florescent, letting them eat some sweet stuff this time of year seems like part of the parenting deal. But that doesn’t mean it has to be all they eat. In fact, having a few healthy alternatives to candy might even be a welcome break from all those sweets. Kids still need protein, fruits, vegetables, and fiber. So give them the best of both worlds by offering up some of these kid-friendly, healthier options during your Halloween festivities.

  • Spooky Halloween Fruit Skewers 1 of 10
    Spooky Halloween Fruit Skewers
    These Halloween-themed fruit skewers have a festive palette, and loads of healthy fresh fruit to boot. And, fruit on a stick means your ghosts and goblins won't need to mess up their face paint to have a healthy snack.
    Make Halloween fruit skewers
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Jack-o-Lantern Sweet Potato Fries 2 of 10
    Jack-o-Lantern Sweet Potato Fries
    These yummy fries are brimming with healthy vegetable goodness, packed into tasty bite-sized, pumpkin-shaped rounds.
    Make jack-o-lantern sweet potato fries
    Image: Brooke McLay
  • Apple Chips 3 of 10
    Apple Chips
    Homemade apple chips are easy to make, and so fun to eat. Our version is sugar free, so these are chips you can feel great about.
    Make homemade apple chips
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Homemade Granola Bars 4 of 10
    Homemade Granola Bars
    Need some satisfaction on the go? Try these crunchy, gooey granola bars. Just right for trick-or-treaters who need some extra pick up while out on the job.
    Make homemade granola bars
    Image: Brooklyn Supper
  • Homemade Fruit Leather 5 of 10
    Homemade Fruit Leather
    Did you know you can make your own fruit leather? It's easier than you'd think. And kids love these healthy, homemade snacks.
    Make mango lime fruit leather
    Image: Jaime Mormann
  • FruitaBü Fruity Mummies 6 of 10
    FruitaBü Fruity Mummies
    These tiny, festive, and fruity mummies are a fun Halloween craft and a tasty Halloween treat!
    Make fruitaBü fruity mummies
    Image: Stretch Island Fruit Company
  • Roasted Pumpkin Seeds 7 of 10
    Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
    We know you're going to have some pumpkin seeds kicking around, why not make them into a healthy snack? Click below for the recipe for this classic fall snack.
    Make roasted pumpkin seeds
    Image: Sarah O'Donnell
  • Pumpkin Hummus 8 of 10
    Pumpkin Hummus
    Pumpkin hummus is a delicious and super healthy snack that will add a quick jolt of protein to tiny tummies.
    Make pumpkin hummus
    Image: Julie Van Rosendaal
  • Homemade Fruit Snacks 9 of 10
    Homemade Fruit Snacks
    Sure these are sweet, but they also have real fruit, so they're a great alternative to the straight-up sweet stuff at parties and Halloween gatherings.
    Make homemade fruit snacks
    Image: Brooke McLay
  • Naturally Sweet Carrot Apple Mini Muffins 10 of 10
    Naturally Sweet Carrot Apple Mini Muffins
    These cute mini muffins are made with wholesome fruits and vegetables, and sweetened naturally. They're a great finger food for little hands.
    Make carrot apple mini muffins
    Image: Brooklyn Supper

Image: Brooke McLay, Jaime Mormann, Sarah O’Donnell, and Brooklyn Supper

 

Find more Spooky Halloween Treats at Spoonful.com!

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6 Fun Jack-o-Lantern-Inspired Halloween Treats
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