Spook up your snack game with these Healthy Halloween Snacks! These snacks are nutrient rich foods to help fuel your kids whether they are trick-or-treating, or having a Halloween party.
We love Halloween season. But the candy overload is real! And it’s not just trick-or-treating… it seems like kids are getting candy at EVERY Halloween-themed event leading up to the big night.
Treats and candy are definitely part of our Halloween festivities, but we also like to have options with a bit more substance to balance it all out.
This list is divided up into sweet and savory recipes so you can find just the right one for your tastes. Enjoy!
Sweet Halloween Snack Ideas
Juicy and sweet strawberry ghosts are spooky and delicious!! Here is a simple and quick tutorial on how to make these Boo-tiful treats.
This adorable spooky smoothie gets its orange color (and a boost of nutrition!) from frozen peaches.. and pumpkin!
Harry Potter Inspired Pumpkin Pasties Recipe
Harry Potter fans will recognize pumpkin pasties as hand pies filled with pumpkin that Harry buys off the trolley cart. And even if you don't recognize pumpkin pasties, you'll still love them!
Raspberry Chia Vampire Bites
With just a handful of ingredients, you can create this simple but fun Halloween treat! The homemade jam is so easy- and healthy! You’ll definitely want to add these to your Halloween menu this year.
Apple Monster Teeth
These are a fun option that give fiber and protein from the apples and peanut butter!
Graveyard Pudding Cups
These individual cups are filled with cookie crumb dirt and a creamy center created with chocolate pudding. Each of them are embellished with a cookie tombstone and candy pumpkin. They would be a great after school treat or holiday party!
Candy Corn Parfait
This fruit parfait will give you all of the vibes from your favorite Halloween style candy corn with a healthy twist!
Easy Oreo Spiders are made with cookies, licorice, and chocolate candies and make the perfect edible craft project.
Monster Rice Krispie Treats
These Monster Halloween Treats have a lot of different options and while they can certainly be more than 3-ingredients, you can definitely go the “minimalist” route and make some cute monster treats with only 3 ingredients.
Savory Halloween Snack Ideas
Skeleton Veggie Tray
You’ll have no problem getting your kids to eat their veggies when you present them in this fun way! Crudités make up the body of a skeleton for an easy Halloween party snack everyone will love.
Mummy Hot Dogs
Wrapped in a delicious homemade pizza dough, these mummy hot dogs aren’t just for the kids anymore.
Spider Deviled Eggs
Halloween Spider Deviled Eggs; a fun and easy Halloween appetizer or snack made with eggs, mayonnaise and black olives!
Delicious on its own but even more fun as a Halloween party appetizer, this creamy avocado dip is so yummy and simple to make!
Does it get any more Fall than this adorable pumpkin cheese ball? We’ll teach you how to turn an ordinary cheese ball into a pumpkin-shaped cheese ball!
Halloween 7-Layer Dip
Spooky Halloween 7 Layer Dip takes a halloween twist on the original 7 Layer dip. It requires just a few ingredients and is the perfect dip to bring to any holiday event. Happy Halloween.
Cheesy Spider Bites
These quick and easy Spider Bites Healthy Halloween Snack is balanced with a grain and a protein and is super fun for your kids to eat!
Jalapeno Popper Mummies
These little mummies will win over your heart and your stomach! They are just so darned cute you don’t want to eat them but trust me, once you have one you will be heading back for more!
Witches’ Broom Snack
These adorable little Witches' Broom Snacks are the perfect way to combat all of the sugary sweet candy your kids are likely to be bombarded with this Halloween. These crunchy brooms can be whipped up in a matter of minutes and make an adorable addition to any Halloween celebration!
I'm a registered dietitian, mom of 4, avid lover of food and strong promoter of healthy habits. Here you will find lots of delicious recipes full of fruits and veggies, tips for getting your kids to eat better and become intuitive eaters and lots of resources for feeding your family.Learn More about Natalie