We love Halloween but it can be a very unhealthy time of year. It seems that everything is covered in chocolate and sprinkles and while it tastes good, it’s not great for our waistlines! Thankfully there are many healthy recipes that are great for Halloween. Think about your normal snacks and how you can make them spooky. You might be surprised how easy it really is. Check out these 9 great healthy Halloween ideas.
1. Spider Eggs
2. Watermelon Brain
3. Pumpkin Seeds
4. Bat Chips
5. Frozen Boo-nanas
6. Apple Cutouts
7. Witches Fingers
8. Vegetable Skeleton
9. Deviled Egg Eyes
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