Healthy Halloween Snacks

During spooky season it’s tempting to reach for the many miniature candy bars and fun packs of sour treats that are hanging around. Instead, you might reach for one (or more!) of these scarily delicious, healthy treats that will thrill your taste buds and provide you with some beneficial nutrients.


Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Seeds

Craving some crunch? Enjoy some spice in your life? These roasted pumpkin seeds provide some healthy fats and fiber (as well as flavor!). As with any recipe, feel free to adjust (or omit) the salt to fit your needs, and customize the spices to suit your tastes.

Granola Bar Mummies

White chocolate is a fun addition to these no-bake granola bars! With oatmeal and peanut butter, these granola bars are adorable and are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s faces that sees them.

Frankenstein Avocado Toasts

Is avocado toast a go-to meal or snack? Add some festive flare (and extra veggies!) to your toast and turn it into a spooky Frankenstein’s monster!

Monster Apple Teeth

Some cute decorations add a spooky spin to the classic blood sugar-friendly snack of apples and peanut butter.

Halloween Fruit Tray

Want some fun Halloween treats that comes together quickly? Make a spooky fruit tray! Kids can help peel the fruit, use chocolate to decorate, and insert pretzels or cut up celery.

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Reviewed by Kelsea Hoover, MS, RDN​

on October 13th, 2023. Kelsea is a Registered Dietitian with her Master's degree in Nutrition from Bastyr University in Kenmore, WA.