9 Fruit Halloween Treats
Orange Fruit-Filled Jack-O-Lanterns
Here are some super cute little jack-o-lanterns. They are adorable, your kids can help you make them, and they’re a healthy Halloween treat! You can handle carving the little jack-o-lantern faces if necessary, but your children can fill up the oranges with their favorite berries.
It doesn’t get much better than a chocolate dipped strawberry! These strawberry ghosts are cute, easy to make and perfect for Halloween!
Halloween Ghost Fruit Kabobs
These spooky ghost fruit kabobs are the perfect healthy Halloween snack that your littles are sure to love. Serve your fruit kabobs at a kids Halloween party, classroom celebration or as a fun afterschool snack.
Dracula’s Dentures for Halloween
This Dracula Dentures recipe is made from chocolate chip cookies, marshmallows, almond slices, and a little red frosting. These are a Halloween recipe that’s not only fun to look at but good to eat.
Tangerine Pumpkins & Banana Ghosts
Caramel Apple Slices
Caramel Apple Slices are a delicious twist on a fall classic that is easier to eat & enjoy at parties or just for fun!
Silly Apple Bites
They’re silly. They’re easy to make. And best of all, they’re allergen-free. No nuts, no gluten, no soy…nada. Just green apples, sunflower butter, sunflower seeds, a strawberry tongue, and a batch of homemade googly eyes (this is always optional but 100% recommended).
Monster Strawberry Cupcakes
These strawberries have come alive! Moist strawberry cupcakes with vanilla buttercream and crushed oreo cookies with a frightening strawberry monster. These Monster Strawberry Cupcakes will make a killer impression at your next Halloween party!
Healthy Day Of The Dead Sugar Skull Fruit Pizza
This Day of the Dead sugar skull fruit pizza or fruit cookie cake is the perfect sweet treat for your Halloween party. Loaded with fresh fruit and with a yogurt based cream cheese frosting it’s the kind of nutritious Halloween treat you want your kids to eat!