The most difficult part of Halloween is finding recipes that are overloaded with vitamins and nutrients that can satisfy everyone, including the kids. With these helpful tips you can make your food look spooky while also being less saturated in sugar.
- Squash Soup in Pumpkin Bowls
- Pumpkin Mashed Potatoes
- Roasted Root Vegetables with Sorghum and Cider
- Halloween Temari Sushi
- Puking Monster Melon
Try a deliciously sweet-yet healthy, squash soup recipe inside a fun pumpkin cup to add some physical appeal here.
If squash isn’t your jam, then try another pumpkin cup recipe involving another one of our favorite smashed foods here.
If you want to bypass squished things all together, here is a roasted veggie dish that serves them up whole.
If you are aiming for some diverse cuisine instead, here is a recipe that still fits into the festivities.
All those recipes look like too much time and energy? Here is a great healthy snack that is both fun and delicious, but takes little time. Perfect for last minute planning!
Because everyone should have the opportunity to experience Halloween. Now let’s get spooky!