Yes there’s always candy at Halloween but it’s good to have some alternatives for your child, so we have rounded up some cool ideas for Hauntingly Healthy Halloween Snacks For Kids:
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Amid all the sweets that kids tend to get at Halloween, it’s good to have a few healthier snack ideas up your sleeve.
Why not get your child involved in making these? They’re more likely to eat something they made themselves.
Hauntingly Healthy Halloween Snacks for Kids
#1. Jack O’Lantern Tangerines
Easy peasy! Just mark fun faces onto tangerines or satsumas to make fun and healthy Jack O’Lanterns, just like one mum did on her Princessandthefrogblog.
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#2. Witch Broomsticks
Isn’t this a cool idea from cocinandoconcatman.com to make Witchy Broomsticks? All you need to do is tie cheese slices to pretzel sticks with chives. Simple but very effective.
#3. Sausage Roll Mummies
Wrap hot dogs or sausages in ready made dough to create fun mummies with googly eyes. Michelle’s how to video will walk you through this easy fun recipe!
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#4. Veggie Skeleton
Create a fun veggie skeleton on a platter like mum of 4, Laura did with some veggie dip for the head. Kids will love the idea of eating this helpless guy’s “bones”. Instructions on her blog Feeding Frenzy.
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#5. Ghost Bananas and Tangerine Pumpkins
For some fruity halloween fun, make ghost bananas and tangerine pumpkins! Use some chocolate chips for eyes on bananas cut in half. Then a small piece of celery makes the pumpkin stalks for your tangerine pumpkins. Easy peasy!
#6. Witches’ Fingers
Make these suitably spooky Halloween Witches’ Fingers from puff pastry with pumpkin seed “nails”
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#7. Chocolate Fruit
Dip banana slices, strawberries, pineapple and other fruit chunks in melted chocolate for a quick treat.
We’ve lots more seasonal fun in our Halloween Section
Do you have any more suggestions for healthy Halloween snacks for kids? Anything that went down a treat with your gang? Share it with us in the comments below.