Healthy Halloween Inspired Recipes

Halloween doesn’t just have to be about sugar-y treats!  Try these fun, healthy recipes (both savory and sweet) from some of our favorite bloggers this October 31st.



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Healthier Mummy Dogs // The Skinny Fork

These fun Mummy Dogs made a great pre Trick Or Treating dinner.  They’re made healthier by using turkey hot dogs and opting for reduced fat crescent rolls.


Pumpkin Stuffed Cacao Cups // Lushious Eats

Move over, peanut butter cups!  These Halloween treats feature pumpkin and cacao for a protein and antioxidant packed treat.

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Devilish Potato Mummies // Bobbi’s Kozy Kitchen

Mummify baked potatoes with this easy recipe that is low in fat and high in fiber.  Plus, they’re super fun to make!


Halloween Bat Energy Bites // Chelsea’s Messy Apron

These adorable bat energy bites combine chocolate and peanut butter for a delicious but healthy treat!  Use up the broken tortilla chips at the bottom of the bag for “wings”.


Paleo Deviled Egg Eyeballs // Cotter Crunch

Turn deviled eggs into a spooky snack with this paleo-friendly recipe!  It makes a great side for a Halloween party and is high in protein and plenty of healthy fats.


Halloween Baked Potato Skins // Alida’s Kitchen

Get creative with these healthy pizza-inspired baked potato skins!  Let your kids go to town with the fun toppings.


Chocolate Nut Butter Rice Krispy Treats // Nutritious Eats

Cookie cutters turn traditional high-protein treats into a Halloween dessert!  Use your favorite nut or seed butter to make these your own.


No-Bake Pumpkin Cream Chocolate Cookies // My Food and Happiness

These cookies look super decadent, but they’re really healthy!  Healthy ingredients like cashews, dates, and oats make up the pumpkin filling, which is all rolled up in a chocolate coating.


Pumpkin Shaped Baked Sweet Potato Chips // Say Yes

Making your own sweet potato chips is surprisingly easy, making a festive Halloween snack!


Cheerios and Chocolate Halloween Tarts // Marla Meredith

A date, almond butter and Cheerio filling is the base of these cute and nutritious Jack O’Latern treats!

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