Halloween is so much fun and there is nothing better than Healthy Halloween Snacks! You get to carve pumpkins, have parties, and wear costumes. But costumes don’t just have to be for you and your friends, they can be for your food too! While you’re having fun with your friends or your children, remember to incorporate fun in your foods too.

Healthy Halloween Snacks

This time of year, it is easy to get bogged down with thoughts and fears about food. Overeating or “falling off track” can take over the joy of the holiday. But our dietitian nutritionists are here to remind you that every food can fit into a healthy diet in moderation and that your life does not have to be controlled by meal time fears. In order to get into the Halloween spirit, I decided to put together a few sweet treats that just scream Halloween. These are great to make for parties or to put together with your kids, just for a fun activity! I can’t wait to serve these to my friends at our apartment Halloween party this weekend.

Banana Ghosts are Healthy Halloween Snacks

Yummy banana ghosts

Yummy banana ghosts

What you’ll need

  • Bananas
  • Mini chocolate chips

What to do

Peel your bananas and just break them in half by hand. Use the mini chocolate chips to make eyes and a spooooooooky mouth. These little guys and sweet and full of potassium. Yummy, cute, and nutritious!


Mandarin Pumpkins

Healthy Halloween Themed Foods

Mandarin orange pumpkins

What you need

  • mandarin oranges
  • one stalk of celery

What to do

Peel all of your mandarin oranges but do not break the apart. Slice the celery stalk into small pieces, about a centimeter in length and a half centimeter in diameter. Push the small celery pieces into the top center of the oranges, keeping them poking out a bit. Basically the easiest and most adorable pumpkin snack out there!


Witches Hats

Healthy Halloween Themed Foods

Fudge stripe witches hats

What you need

  • Fudge stripe or Oreo cookies
  • orange frosting (tube kind is easiest)
  • Hershey Kisses

What to do

For this one you can either use a fudge stripe cooking or an Oreo, in this case I used a fudge stripe. Flip the fudge stripe cookie so the striping is on the bottom. Using the tube or orange icing, squeeze some in the middle of the cookie. Push the Hershey kiss into the center of the icing dollop and wallah! Witches hats fit for any coven.

Pair these adorable Halloween hats with some mozzarella string cheese for some added protein!

What are you putting together for your Halloween party? Let us know! We would love to support you throughout the holiday season. Contact us today for more information about how our Registered Dietitian Nutritionists can support you. Call us at 301-474-2499 or visit our contact page.

Blog reviewed and updated October 2019.

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Rebecca Bitzer loves to empower Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) and their clients.  Co-author of Welcome to the Rebelution: Seven steps to the nutrition counseling practice of your dreams and  Taste the Sweet Rebellion: Rebel against dieting.

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