Bocconcini Eyeballs With Blood Salsa from 10 Recipes for a Healthy Haunted Halloween Party Slideshow
10 Recipes for a Healthy Haunted Halloween Party Slideshow
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Bocconcini Eyeballs With Blood Salsa
Healthy Caramel Apple “Pumpkin Patch”
Homemade Halloween Candy
Avoid all the emulsifiers and preservatives of store-bought candies, and try making them yourself. Making candy is not as hard as it seems, and it can be a fun, family DIY project with the kids. Click here for the recipe.
Jack-O-Lantern Stuffed Peppers
Not all Halloween treats need to scare your child’s doctor and dentist. These delightful little jack-o’-lantern stuffed peppers are as pleasant to make as they are to eat, and they are a great way to introduce kids to new flavors and ingredients. Use cumin and chili powder to give these peppers a real kick. Click here for the recipe.
Tropical “Candy Corn” Protein Parfait
From a nutritional standpoint, candy corn is one of the worst Halloween treats available; one serving contains 28 grams of sugar. This “candy corn” parfait uses tropical fruits like pineapple, mango, and coconut to mimic the classic candy corn colors while eliminating the candy corn carbs. Click here for the recipe.