While it's difficult to encourage healthy eating on Halloween, it's not impossible–especially when better-for-you foods have a fun twist. Try these cute, spooky and downright tasty treats to get kids excited about eating healthy on Halloween.
Monster Teeth1 of 17
This cute idea uses only five ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen. Feel free to substitute red or golden apples, if you prefer, as well as your kids' favorite nut butter.
Boo-Nana Pops2 of 17
The versatile banana inspires more than a few of our favorite Halloween goodies. Here, the humble fruit is dunked, decorated and served on a stick.
Candy Corn Parfaits3 of 17
Try this Halloween-y twist on fruit-and-cream parfaits as a healthy treat for family movie night.
String Cheese Witch's Brooms4 of 17
Sure, cheese and crackers are easy enough, but why not take it to the next level for Halloween?
Cinnamon Sugar Bats5 of 17
Healthier than pre-packed cookies and chips, you can amp up the nutrition factor in this treat even more with whole wheat tortillas.
Spooky Spider Eggs6 of 17
A potluck favorite gets a Halloween twist, thanks to creative décor. Take these eggs to a party and watch them crawl away fast!
Fruity Ghosts and Pumpkins7 of 17
This seasonal lunch box surprise is just about as easy as it gets. Simply adorn bananas with mini chocolate chips and top clementines with celery sticks.
Tropical Candy Corn Pops8 of 17
Made with coconut milk and pureed fruit, these pretty pops are gluten-free and vegan. Even better, they'll beat the store-bought versions for sheer deliciousness.
Spiced Honey Roasted Pumpkin Seeds9 of 17
There's no reason to waste any of Mr. Jack-o-Lantern when it's this easy to turn seeds into an irresistibly nutritious treat.
Chocolate Graveyard10 of 17
You wouldn't guess there's tofu in this spooky, edible scene–and your kids don't need to know, either! The protein-packed ingredient mixes beautifully with dark chocolate to form a base for crushed cookies and other yummy goodies.
Spider Sandwiches11 of 17
Beyond peanut butter, this creepy-crawly sandwich idea works for turkey, ham and cheese and tuna salad, too. Try olives or raisins for the "eyes" with savory fillings.
Pumpkin Quesadillas12 of 17
Feel free to fill these kid-pleasing snacks with low fat or vegan cheese if preferred, as well as extra veggies and salsa.
Mummy Toast13 of 17
Consider this cheese-topped treat a healthier and more affordable alternative to Halloween night pizza delivery.
Ghost Fruit Kabobs14 of 17
Ready in no time, flat and easily portable, these marshmallow-adorned fruit kabobs are a sure-fire hit with kids.
Veggie Skeleton15 of 17
When was the last time a vegetable tray made you giggle?
Guacamole Witch16 of 17
Halloween's the perfect excuse to play with your food, and this spooky sculpture is almost too cute to eat!