Get ready for Halloween with The coolest and healthiest Halloween Food Hacks. From spider deviled eggs, veggie skeletons, to banana ghosts and pumpkin burgers, you will love all these crazy fun ideas that are super easy to make.
The Coolest Halloween Food Hacks
Halloween doesn’t have to be only about eating candy. You can also make healthy fun food for everyone to enjoy. Have fun this Halloween with these seven fun food ideas to choose from. They are all super easy to make and could also be fun activities on Halloween.
The banana ghosts and tangerine pumpkins are always a hit. I made them once for my kids’ preschool and everyone loved them. It also made me feel so good I was offering fruits instead of candy. The kids are going to get plenty of candy when they go trick or treating anyway, so what a great idea this was to share it at a school party.
These creative Halloween food hacks for kids and adults are really super cool. Have a healthy Halloween with lots of fun activities and creative fun food. Give these ideas a try and see how easy they are to make. Fresh ingredients, fruits, veggies, and a little creativity is all it takes.
Try my other favorite Halloween ideas :
- 5 Healthy Halloween Fun Food Ideas
- 10 DIY Halloween Costumes For Kids
- Healthy Almond Flour Pumpkin Cookies
7 Healthy Halloween Food Hacks For Kids
Whether you are having a party at home or going to a school event, these super cool Halloween food hacks are just perfect finger foods everyone will be crazy about. The best part is they are all healthy options and the kids will be super excited about them.
1. Banana ghosts and mandarine orange pumpkins
Great Halloween food hacks. Instead of candy, make a big fruit tray. Kids LOVE this idea and it is super easy to make. You can add a few drops of lemon juice to prevent the bananas from turning brown. It is also the perfect finger food for a Halloween party. So popular!
2. What about scary burgers with faces cut out of cheese?
These Halloween food hacks are so creative, easy, and perfect for a Halloween party! Everyone will just love these spooky cheese burgers. The best part is you only need to make the scary faces with a slice of cheese. Easy breezy! Make your burgers on the grill or oven and use whole wheat (or gluten free) bread to make them a healthy option.
3. The Skeleton Salad
Decorate your Halloween party table with this super healthy fun food idea. A scary salad that kids might actually get to try. This is the healthiest skeleton ever!
4. Spider Deviled Eggs
A fantastic platter for a party and a great finger food for kids. You just need olives, eggs and some mayonnaise. Everyone will love them and they will look so pretty at the table. Halloween food hacks are the way to go!
5. Monster Apple Faces
Use your favorite nut butter and seeds. Aren’t these monsters just adorable? Perfect to serve at a party or a fun snack. This is a super cute idea from Fork & Beans.
6. The Watermelon Monster
This monster will totally decorate your Halloween table. Make a delicious and healthy fruit salad and make a monster face with a watermelon. I think this is a super clever healthy option instead of serving candy plus kids will love it too. Halloween food hacks can make you serve healthy options in a fun way! Kids will get tons of candy from trick or treating anyway so this will help balance it out.
7. The Guacamole Pumpkin
Impress your guests and make them laugh with this Halloween food hack. It’s so simple! Just have guacamole come out of your pumpkin. I know, it is kind of gross if you think about it, but Halloween is about scary stuff anyway. And to tell you the truth, who doesn’t like guacamole and chips anyway? It’s really perfect for your party! Idea from Amee’s Savory Dish.
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