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10 Scary Healthy Snacks

October 20, 2014
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Susan Phillips

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10 Scary Healthy Snacks

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

With ample opportunity to eat junk at Halloween, I always encourage my kids to fill up on the good stuff before we head out for the evening.  Keeping them loaded up with nutritious fruits and veggies is always a good strategy to ward off any tummy aches the next day.  We’ve rounded up the easiest and best recipes from around the web to help make your Halloween a healthy success using ripe and ready California produce!

Melon Brain

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Carve a fresh melon into a cerebral experience with a little time and patience. RECIPE HERE

Olive Snake

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

If you don’t have a lot of time but want to treat the kids with a fun snack, try this one using olives!  RECIPE HERE

BOOnana Pops

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Bananas dipped in chocolate and frozen in the crypt create these adorable edible ghosts  RECIPE HERE

Witch Fingers

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Slivered almonds form creepy fingernails on these easy mini sandwiches RECIPE HERE

Spider Web Eggs

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Spin a web of cool with this recipe that uses blueberries and eggs!  RECIPE HERE

Toothy Grins

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Easy and simple, these apple smiles incorporate mini marshmallows to show off their fangs  RECIPE HERE

Spider Eggs

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Eerie spiders lurk atop a deviled egg making a chilling presentation  RECIPE HERE

Batty Melon

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Take cookie cutters to the flesh of any melon to create these batty snacks  RECIPE HERE

Veggie Skeleton

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Use fresh veggies to make this edible skeleton and watch it get devoured!  RECIPE HERE

Candy Apple Monsters

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

It’s simple to turn the traditional candy apple into a scary monster using these instructions!  RECIPE HERE

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10 Scary Healthy Snacks

With ample opportunity to eat junk at Halloween, I always encourage my kids to fill up on the good stuff before we head out for the evening.  Keeping them loaded up with nutritious fruits and veggies is always a good strategy to ward off any tummy aches the next day.  We’ve rounded up the easiest and best recipes from around the web to help make your Halloween a healthy success using ripe and ready California produce!

Melon Brain

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Carve a fresh melon into a cerebral experience with a little time and patience. RECIPE HERE

Olive Snake

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

If you don’t have a lot of time but want to treat the kids with a fun snack, try this one using olives!  RECIPE HERE

BOOnana Pops

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Bananas dipped in chocolate and frozen in the crypt create these adorable edible ghosts  RECIPE HERE

Witch Fingers

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Slivered almonds form creepy fingernails on these easy mini sandwiches RECIPE HERE

Spider Web Eggs

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Spin a web of cool with this recipe that uses blueberries and eggs!  RECIPE HERE

Toothy Grins

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Easy and simple, these apple smiles incorporate mini marshmallows to show off their fangs  RECIPE HERE

Spider Eggs

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Eerie spiders lurk atop a deviled egg making a chilling presentation  RECIPE HERE

Batty Melon

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Take cookie cutters to the flesh of any melon to create these batty snacks  RECIPE HERE

Veggie Skeleton

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

Use fresh veggies to make this edible skeleton and watch it get devoured!  RECIPE HERE

Candy Apple Monsters

10 Scary Healthy Snacks

It’s simple to turn the traditional candy apple into a scary monster using these instructions!  RECIPE HERE

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