I have 9 Clean Eating Halloween Recipes if you are planning a big Halloween party or just want some good food to celebrate Halloween with your family,
Halloween is such a fun time around our house. We don’t make a big deal out of it, but the kids do really enjoy going trick or treating with their cousins. My sister lives a couple of blocks away and she has a large family and our kids get along really well with each other. Our kids are of similar ages and they just love each other so much. It’s really fun to watch them grow and develop their love for one another.
My mother has a fun time planning a Halloween party every year for all of her grandchildren that live close enough to her to come. That’s about 18 grandkids and 12 adults including my aunts and siblings. Mom always has really fun simple parties.
We get together, wear out costumes, play some Halloween games and eat healthy Halloween food. Mom never serves candy or very many sweets. That’s partly because my son has diabetes and my Mom and I have hypoglycemia and we shouldn’t and don’t eat sugar.
That’s what I had in mind when I looked for good Clean Eating Halloween Recipes. I kept thinking in my mind, is this something my mom would want to serve at her party? My mom has served some these in the past parties in fact. My mom is getting a little bit older and the parties are getting to be a little bit of a burden on her.
So every year she looks for healthy treats that are easier and easier to make. Some of these treats are super, super easy to make. I am definitely going to tell my Mom about them. She’ll definitely love numbers 3, 4 and 7. They are super duper easy. My mom also likes things that can be made ahead of time, like the day before.
So that she doesn’t have to be rushing around just before the party and be stressed out that she isn’t going to get everything made before the kids get there. She wants to enjoy her grandkids in their costumes and not be stressed out.
Some of these could definitely be made the day before which I think everyone will like. Have a great Halloween this year making Clean Eating Halloween Recipes!
Just so you know, if you want to use any recipe that has chocolate in it and still is eating Clean, you need to use Enjoy Life chocolate chips or bakers chocolate with no sugar or other things added.
Have a great Halloween this year and don’t scare the kids too much.
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Clean Eating Halloween Recipes
1. Green-Eyed Monster Deviled Eggs – The Suburban Soap Box
Eggs – Avocado – Mustard – Lemon Juice – Black Olives – Peppedew Peppers
These spooky eyed monsters are made with avocado instead of mayonnaise mixed in the egg mixture. What a nice healthy alternative. They are so cute for a fun Halloween party. Since I tried putting avocado in my deviled eggs, I won’t ever make them again without avocado.
2. Chocolate Covered Apples – Thriving On Paleo
Apple – Lemon Juice – Lollipop Sticks – Dark Chocolate – Nuts – Coconut – Sprinkles – Raisins
These chocolate covered apples look so festive and delicious. They are a good way to get kids and adults alike to eat their fruit. All of the ingredients are totally natural. Plus they are so simple to make and serve. I see a fun Halloween celebration in my future.
3. Jack O’ Lantern Orange Fruit Cups – Intimate Weddings
Orange – Blackberries – Raspberries – Other Fruit of Choice
These are the cutest little decorative Jack O Lanterns that are also a nice healthy snack, side dish or party food. I think they are cute but not scary. Perfect for kids and oh so healthy plus they are definitely easy peasy to make which means quick too. That’s what you need when you’re rushing around trying to get everything ready for a Halloween Party.
4. Halloween Roasted Veggies – Live Eat Learn
Sweet Potatoes – White Potatoes – Carrots – Red Beets – Olive Oil – Rosemary – Garlic – Honey
These beetroot witch’s hats, sweet potato jack-o-lanterns, roasted witches finger carrots and spooky potato ghosts you can have a good healthy Halloween dinner before you go trick or treating. Or you could have some really fun cute healthy appetizers for your next Halloween party.
5. Roasted Pumpkin Seeds – Kitchen Frau
Olive Oil – Salt – Paprika – Onion Powder
Every year before Halloween when we carve our pumpkins we look forward to roasting the pumpkin seeds. They are our reward for all the effort we go to dig all the slimy guts out of the pumpkin. Toasted pumpkin seeds are delicious and really healthy but for me, the hardest thing is that they are really expensive if you buy them in the store. That’s why I like to make my own. They are best when they are still warm.
6. Halloween Cupcake Monsters – Feasting on Fruit
Dates – Cacao Powder – Oat Flour – Purple Sweet Potato – Maple Syrup – Milk – Green Grapes – Mini Chocolate Chips – Coconut Sprinkles
These cupcakes turned Halloween monsters are both spooky and sweet. A rich, dark chocolate cupcake covered with naturally purple frosting fur, and googly green eyes made out of grapes. What a fun healthy way to celebrate for a Halloween party.
7. Mandarin Orange Pumpkins – A Designer Life
Oranges – Sharpie Marker
Oh, my who knew you could do so much with a piece of fruit and a sharpie marker. Now, this is the easiest Halloween party treat I’ve ever seen. That’s not the end of it. I’ve seen it done with bananas, eggs and I’ve done it with string cheese myself. Just draw a ghost face on and you’re done. It definitely can’t get any easier than that, that’s for sure.
8. Spooky Banana Pops – Plaid and Paleo
Bananas – Cocoa Butter – Honey – Mini Chocolate Chips
I didn’t know it but cocoa butter is what and looks like white chocolate and actually has health benefits. It is high in fat though so don’t eat too much of it. These cute little banana pop ghosts can really add some healthy sweetness and fun to your Halloween party.
9. Pumpkin Cupcakes – The Gracious Pantry
Canned or Fresh Pumpkin Puree – Almond Milk – Egg Whites – Oil – Honey – Whole Wheat Flour – Cocoa Powder – Apple Sauce
Chocolate cupcakes with pumpkin in them sweetened with honey is definitely a lot more healthy than more cupcake recipes. The kicker for these is that the frosting is healthy too. It’s made with applesauce, pumpkin, cocoa, and honey and it’s divine. You’ve got to try it. Don’t forget to make the cute little paper Halloween candy corns to put on top and get Halloween cupcake liners and you got a really easy healthy Halloween party dessert.