It‘s easy to stick to your healthy eating plan after you have your autumn routine and agenda figured out. However, the first of the greatest threats to break your efforts in eating healthy might be Halloween. And it just so happens that the most fun and sweet holiday of the year already lurks around the corner.
So the main question is, can Halloween be healthy and fun at the same time. It‘s quite easy to live through one orange and spooky day on the 31st of October if you have no kids. But what can you do if there are a couple of two little Frankensteins waiting for you to make or at least buy something to satisfy their sweet tooth?
If you don’t want to ruin Halloween for the kids, here are a few ideas that will cost you a bit more energy than merely buying a couple of chocolate bars from your grocery store, but won’t break your healthy eating habits!
1. Healthy Halloween Monster Pancakes
These monster pancakes with no doubt will make Halloween breakfast the scariest and tastiest of all holidays for you and your kids. Find the recipe here.
2. Apple Peanut Butter Snack
It will take only 10 minutes to makes these silly, funny, and easy to make Apple peanut butter snacks.
- Apples. Cut in the middle out of each apple quarter
- Sunflower seeds
- Homemade googly eyes.
- Sunflower butter
3. Kiwi frogs
Kiwi frog – a snack that will replace gummy bears!
- Kiwis, peeled
- Strawberries, hulled and sliced
- Mini marshmallows
- Currants or raisins
4. Simple Apple Slices Dipped In Chocolate
This year, put the Frankenstein on your table instead! This simple Francen-guacamole recipe can easily replace your favorite potato chips high in carbohydrates and it definitely won’t make you feel guilty. Find the recipe here.