Halloween can be stressful for parents trying to encourage their children to eat more nutrient-dense foods and stay away from sweet treats. Parties and trick or treating make for lots of situations where you’ll want to have healthier alternatives. Of course, the goal is to still have some spooky fun–so consider these ideas we’ve rounded up from our favorite sources!
Halloween Party Foods
Get the kids in the kitchen and have them help them make these fun monster creations!
Trick or Treaters
You can always consider little trinkets like fun Halloween stamps or temporary tattoos, pencils and erasers, or bubbles as an alternative to handing out candy. Or these decorated food options keep up the Halloween spirit.
You can also help kids get their fruit and veggies with some decorated healthier snacks:
Enjoy your healthy Halloween!