At our house, Halloween is a big deal. My children have always enjoyed all things spooky, and I must confess that is perhaps the most exciting time of year to get creative in the kitchen, and we’re always amazed at how can be when ghosts, goblins, skeletons, witches, and bats are all involved! Of course, I won’t let this year skip without anything to prepare healthy food Ideas for Halloween for my family, which I can share with you guys.
Here are delicious 9 Spooky Healthy Food Ideas for Halloween recipes for you to try in your kitchen:
Prepare any type of bread your family loves. Smashed avocado and spread it in the bread of your choice. Slice two, cucumbers or tomatoes to serve as their eyes and mouth, depending on your design.
Do not forget to add crash cheese for their hair to look spookier.
Baked Monster Pies
Prepare a dough and slice cut triangle and D-shaped for mouth and eyes. Combine with your choice of cheese or mango for perfect effects and delicious design.
Vomiting Watermelon Fruit Tray
So we will make a different fruit tray this time; instead of putting the watermelon under the fruit, you’re turning it over and putting it on top of the fruit. You can also add other types of berries, cherries (pitted), or pineapple slices.
Spooky Snack Charcuterie
These super fun and easy Halloween Charcuterie boards are the perfect centerpieces. They also make a great dinner substitute, where family members can snack and pick while you decorate Halloween eyeballs.
BOOnana Ghost and Orange Pumpkins
DYI Pumpkin made out of fruit. And these spooky BOO-nana pops are a great way to trick your kids into eating a healthy treat!
If you are looking for an easy healthy food Ideas for Halloween treat to finally eat their veggies and surely kids will love then Get your kids with this creative veggie skeleton snack and a so easy recipe to put together! It also gives a whole new meaning to the term finger food.
Apple Monster Bites
Turn your regular apple into a fun and healthy monster treat that your kids will love! what you need to make is apple, strawberry, sliced almonds, and black olive for the eyes.
Creepy Egg Spiders
And these creepy egg spiders are simply made from cut-up black olives. Aren’t they cute? Or maybe they’re spooky? these spider avocado deviled eggs are a fun appetizer perfect for your Halloween party. Hard boil your eggs and rinse and cut each egg in half. Mix the egg yolk in avocado, salt, mustard, pepper, and mayonnaise. Puree until creamy. Slice more olives for the spider legs and spider body.
Tada! You’re done! Thank you for taking the time to read my blog, and I hope you enjoy it. You can also share your experience in the comment section on how it all works out with your kids! I would love to see which of these you have prepared!