Here are some healthy Halloween recipes to prepare for your party or family gathering, as well as fun activities to do!
^^ pirate last year!!
Halloween is my favorite holiday!
While you may take note of me saying that about Thanksgiving and Christmas as well, I’ve always loved dressing up, and being my birthday week in the middle of my favorite season is always fun. Go to witch costume!
The boys and I went to Spirit Halloween with KK (it’s her all-time favorite!) and enjoyed looking at all the options.
Doesn’t KK look good these days?!
Haha just kidding! She says hello!!
Birch goes as the genie from Aladdin!
outfit from amazon And he wore it all day, every day. (And I was headed to the beer ball!)
Mazen walks like an evil scary pumpkin
Thomas also added these two spooky accessories to our yard.
Everyone loves the swinging lady (she’s pretty scary at night when the wind blows on her), but I’m not sure which kid eats the spider…
Halloween Party Snack: Spooky Eyeballs
And you can see my witch costume in action This funny video Made for Natural Delights!
in the video I teach you how to make these creepy eyeballs with dates, peanut butter, marshmallows, chocolate chips, and red jelly.
If you’re looking for a festive fall recipe to enjoy your Halloween weekend, I’m sharing a handful of healthy Halloween recipes below along with family-friendly activities and fall home decor ideas!
Healthy recipes for Halloween
1. Pumpkin Goat Cheese Kale Lasagna
Make pumpkin goat cheese lasagna before trick-or-treating; It can be made ahead of time and is a family favorite!
2. Pumpkin chia pudding with spiced yogurt
Enjoy pumpkin chia pudding with a spiced yogurt whisk for an easy-to-make breakfast.
3. Pumpkin Spice Graham Crackers
This homemade graham cracker recipe is shaped like a pumpkin with a hint of pumpkin pie spice—perfect for fall s’mores! or distort them Homemade pumpkin almond butterMmm!
4. Roasted Pumpkin Seeds By eating bird food
Don’t throw out the pumpkin seeds! Roasted pumpkin seeds are a delicious fall snack. It’s crunchy, salty, and easy to prepare!
5. Healthy pumpkin pancakes without flour By making thyme for health
Healthy flourless pumpkin pancakes are moist, delicious and easy to prepare. No one will ever believe it’s gluten-free, oil-free, dairy-free, and refined-sugar-free.
6. Halloween baked chips via One Lovely Life
Ask the kids to help you make this Halloween-themed baked snack – you only need 15 minutes and 3 ingredients to make these adorable ghost chips. The perfect spooky Halloween snack!
7. Pumpkin Peanut Butter Cups Via Fit Foodie Finds
Make your own pumpkin peanut butter cups with just 5 whole ingredients for a delicious treat, made in less than 30 minutes…think healthy Halloween candy for adults 😉
8. Rice Crispy Ghost Bar via Fed & Fit
Our Gluten Free Rice Krispy Ghost bars are simple and packed with the best ingredients for you. This is a great treat for adults and kids during this fun and silly holiday!
Fun family activities for Halloween
whip each other Homemade Pumpkin Pie Popsicles For a creamy treat!
Pumpkin carving, of course! here they are Best pumpkin carving tools.
Adults: Enjoy Pumpkin Drink – These best pumpkin beer, in my opinion.
make a bowl of pumpkin chili And share with neighbors!
Get a full spooky movie marathon with popcorn and cider.
Visit a local haunted house or a corn maze!
Find Autumn Home Decor
I’ve been looking forward to some affordable fall decor at Target – neutral pieces with a pop of gold and warm earth tones…just my style!
ceramic pumpkin / wooden wardrobe / wreath / pumpkin pillow / gold box / autumn candles / eucalyptus wreath / Trimmed leather basket / gold lanterns
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