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Horrifying (& Healthy) Halloween Hummus with Carrot Fingers

Hummus with Carrot Fingers: A Frighteningly Easy Halloween Party Recipe
Hummus with Carrot Fingers: A Frighteningly Easy Halloween Party Recipe
Already planning your Halloween party? We’ve got you covered with this round-up of some of our favorite healthy Halloween snacks, and this collection of some of our favorite bite-sized treats. And today, we’re sharing a simple, fun, frightening, and totally healthy recipe for Halloween hummus with carrot “fingers,” a crowd-pleasing Halloween party recipe that couldn’t be easier to make!

Halloween Party Hummus with Carrot Fingers (inspiration here)

5 long carrots
pumpkins seeds or almond slices
1 recipe hummus, or this pinto bean hummus
chili powder or paprika for garnish

Set out your serving bowl, and estimate the length you’ll need you “fingers” to be. Select carrots that are most advantageously bent, and peel them. When peeling, add a flat part for the “nail,” and use the peeler to accentuate any curves, or to create a more finger-like appearance.

Fill your serving bowl with hummus and position the fingers. Use a bit of hummus to affix the nails. Garnish with chili powder or paprika for contrast. Serve with carrot slices and pita triangles.

More from Brooklyn Supper on Babble:
10 Ideas for Healthy Halloween Snacks That Kids Will Love
12 Fun-Sized Treats for Your Halloween Party
10 Ideas for Healthy Halloween Candy

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