Enjoy the Halloween spirit with these 31 healthy Halloween recipes! With these eerie, spooky, and fun treats, holiday parties will get an upgrade filled with interesting bites…and lots of googly eyes.
Ahh, Halloween. The fun, spooky, peak of the fall season, and the perfect excuse to deck your home out in orange, black, and purple decor. It’s also the best time to indulge in foods that you would simply never touch at any other point during the year…
Though these dishes sound a bit eerie, they taste fantastic and are a great way to get into the spirit of the holiday and have a little bit of creative fun in the kitchen.
So today, we’re looking at 31 Healthy Halloween Recipes that you can start planning for your Halloween parties and kiddo-approved cooking activities. Stock up on the edible googly eyes and the black food coloring, because you’re in for some interesting recipes with this round up!
Halloween Roasted Veggies
To kick things off, let's dive straight into the healthy Halloween recipes with these Halloween Roasted Veggies! These sweet potato jack-o-lanterns, beet root witch's hats, and potato ghosts are festive, savory, and spooky! It's a fun way to sneak veggies into your day, that's for sure.
Black Bean Boo-dle Soup
Boo! Get into the holiday spirit with Black Bean Boo-dle Halloween Soup! It's a dish of creamy black beans, flavorful veggies, and thick noodles, and it's just as spooky as it is delicious! It's ready in only 30 minutes and is a must for this Halloween!
Sweet Potato Fettuccine in Gorgonzola Sauce
This Sweet Potato Fettuccine recipe hits the mark with its totally festive colors of orange, brown, and deep read. It's a yummy pasta dish tossed in gorgonzola and cranberries that creates a decadent, gluten-free, flavorful result!
Easy Homemade Popcorn Seasoning
Cozy up with a bowl of homemade popcorn made complete with one of these Easy Homemade Popcorn Seasonings! They're way easier to make than you'd think... so easy, in fact, that I put together 7 different flavors, ranging from herby ranch to gingerbread!
Next up, get cozy with this easy 1-dish Shakshuka recipe! It's a traditional North African dish made of onion, bell pepper, and diced tomatoes and topped with feta, pepper, and yummy crusty bread. It's incredibly easy to make and is packed with delicious flavor!
Candy Apple Lollipops
Candy apples are great, but have you ever finished a whole one all by yourself? Probably not. That's why these bite-sized Candy Apple Lollipops are a win! They have a crunchy candy coating on the outside, and crisp Granny Smith apple on the inside. They need to be on your menu this fall!
Parmesan & Almond Baked Asparagus Fries
Spruce up your side of fries by trying out these Parmesan & Almond Baked Asparagus Fries. They're a low carb, delicious way to enjoy fries wrapped up in an almond breading! Plus, with the creamy chive yogurt dip, they're absolutely delicious.
2 Ingredient Chocolate Fruit Truffles
Truffle treats, anyone? This recipe is the perfect way to partake in the candy eating of the season. Using just fruit and chocolate, these 2 Ingredient Chocolate Fruit Truffles are tasty, chocolatey, and sweet. They're ready in only 15 minutes and are a treat even trick-or-treaters would love.
Butternut Beet and Ricotta Galette
It's the perfect pie without being a pie, and the perfect way to sneak veggies into your dessert. It's the Butternut Beet and Ricotta Galette, and it's absolutely to die for. With a dough made of Greek yogurt and lemon juice, the outside is just as flavorful and savory as the filling!
Easy Pumpkin Soup with Parmesan Popcorn Crunch
Anything pumpkin is obviously Halloween approved, which is why this Easy Pumpkin Soup with Parmesan Popcorn Crunch is a no-brainer for the Halloween season! This easy soup is topped with parmesan crisps and lightly salted popcorn, transforming simple soup into a fun and memorable dish.
"Poison" Candy Apples
Here's a fun Halloween-esque spin on the classic dessert: "Poison" Candy Apples! Using food coloring, these apples are transformed into an eery, spooky dessert that tastes just as good as the red coating but gives things a fun spin!
Jalapeno Popper Mummies
Have some fun with Jalapeno Popper Mummies! Stuffed to perfection with cream cheese, jack cheese, and scallions and wrapped in a dough, these little guys are just as delicious as they are adorable. And yes, even the eyes are edible!
Graveyard Taco Cups
Make things spooky Taco Tuesday style with these Graveyard Taco Cups! They're layered with black beans, guac, black olives and green onions, but with the help of a little food coloring the options are pretty endless! Top 'em off with edible shaped crackers and you've got yourself a tray of individually prepared graveyards.
Cheddar Witches’ Fingers
This one couldn't be more fun or more festive: Cheddar Witches' Fingers. Using butter, extra sharp cheddar, flour, and a few more things, these fingers are baked until golden crisp and made complete with black almond "fingernails." Dip in your favorite sauce for extra yumminess!
Witch's Broomstick Snacks
Since we're serving up the witches' fingers, we need to serve up their brooms, too! These Witch's Broomstick Snacks are the perfect fun and festive treat. Just use cheese sticks for the bristles, pretzels for the sticks, chives to tie it all together, and there you have it! And don't forget to cut the cheese sticks to make it as ~realistic~ as possible.
Silly Apple Bites
Whether you're trying to get your kiddos to eat more fruit or you want a fun snack to serve at a Halloween party, these Silly Apple Bites are the way to go. Made with green apples, strawberries, sunflower butter, and sunflower seeds, they're festive, cute, and kind of crazy!
Chai Pumpkin Pie
Now this... this is a dessert that will have you looking forward to fall just so that you can make it. It's a Chai Pumpkin Pie, and it's filled with more flavor than you could imagine! Plus, the inside is a delicious pumpkin spice filling that makes this dish an automatic winner. And look at those pretty fall leaves!
Frankenstein Smoothie Bowl
For a Halloween breakfast that supplies greens and fruit, go for this Frankenstein Smoothie Bowl. It uses only four ingredients (spinach, banana, mango, and blueberries) and is a total treat! Just blend and pour. Oh, and don't forget to draw Frankenstein on the jar!
Deliciously Rotten Deviled Eggs
Remember the green and purple ketchup that hit grocery store shelves in the 2000s? My mind instantly thought of that when I looked at these Deliciously Rotten Deviled Eggs! With bright green filling and a purple "rotten" shell, this dish screams Halloween!
Candy Corn Popsicles
Nobody loves candy corn more than me, which is why I think these Candy Corn Popsicles are such a treat! They're made with plain yogurt, honey or agave, orange juice, and pineapple juice, so they don't use any added sugar!
Vomiting Watermelon Fruit Tray
This is one of my favorites because it's festive, fruity, and so much fun to make! After scooping out the fruit, the watermelon shell carves just like a pumpkin! Make a face, set it on a tray, and then toss the fruit right in front to get this Vomiting Watermelon Fruit Tray. Guaranteed to be a hit!
These little guys are way too cute and remind me of Easter peeps! Using aquafaba, cram of tartar, and icing sugar, these treats are perfect for kiddos or for a Halloween party. Don't forget to add the cute little vegan dark chocolate eyes!
Zombie Brains Smoothie
This one looks gross and spooky (duh, it's Halloween!) but actually tastes pretty fantastic! Made with bananas, strawberries, avocado, chia seeds, and spinach (gotta sneak the greens in there!), this is a Halloween-approved, yet totally healthy dessert.
Orange Jack-O-Lantern Fruit Cups
Save your orange peels for these totally festive and cute Orange Jack-O-Lantern Fruit Cups! Just carve out a face, and fill with fruit like strawberries, blueberries, grapes, chopped apple, etc. It's a surefire way to make eating fruit a little bit more fun.
Throwing Up Pumpkin Guacamole
If you've ever served a large platter of chips and guac at a party, this dish is exactly the same... except there's a sick pumpkin head in the middle! This Throwing Up Pumpkin Guacamole is made by carving out a pumpkin and placing a little guac inside. Easy!
Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs
This one goes out to the savory eaters out there: Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs! For a more "gruesome" take on the Halloween-themed foods, here are some yummy "eyes" filled with garlicky tofu ricotta!
Eyeball Pasta is a very easy way to get on-trend with the holiday during dinnertime! Make your favorite pasta dish as-is, and just top with some spooky string cheese/back olive eyeballs!
Monster Bell Pepper Salad Cups
If you're going to enjoy a salad, you might as well make it fun! Stuff your greens into these halved bell peppers, and top with olives as googly eyes for a fun take on Halloween eatin'!
Like with the ~poisonous~ candy apple listed above, enjoy an equally eerie glass of Black Lemonade! It's a quick and simple concoction to whip together and uses only a few ingredients. Don't forget the lemon wedges!
Deep Fried Savory Bat Wings
Now this is a fun one! Using spring roll paper, cream cheese, uncooked spaghetti, and black food coloring, you can make your very own Deep Fried Savory Bat Wings! And trust me, they taste way better than they sound!
Rice Krispie Treat Monsters
Last but not least, we have what's probably our cutest Halloween dish of all: Rice Krispie Treat Monsters. These are so adorable and are perfect for getting the kiddos involved in the cooking! I love the bright colors and the mismatched googly eyes. Enjoy!
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