Photo: Danae/Recipe Runner
Celebrating Halloween in school can be loads of fun, but sometimes the celebration get’s a bit sugar heavy. Most classrooms now prefer lower sugar treats to ensure getting through the rest of the school day won’t be an impossible feat. To help spark inspiration, here are some great Halloween treats that are low sugar, healthy, and delicious. Perfectly spooky snacks for celebrating Halloween in the classroom!
Silly Apple Bites
Vegan friendly and filled with allergy-friendly sunflower seed butter, these adorable apple bites will bring a bit of friendly monster faces to the class. Cara from Fork & Beans uses strawberries to create silly tongue and homemade googley eye to gives these bites their silly faces! Make these treats and all in the class will be asking for more!
Frozen “BOO”-nana Pops
This spooky from treat from Gina of Skinny Taste is a great low sugar treat perfect for little hands. Using bananas covered in a light coating of white chocolate, these pops are a great sweet alternative to the sugar loaded and processed Halloween candies. Get those bananas ready!
Easy Edible Chocolate Eyeballs
Bren from Bren Did has an easy solution to make any healthy snack into a spooky, low sugar treat, perfect for celebrating Halloween in the classroom. Using cheerios and chocolate, make these adorable eyeballs and add them to fruit to make spooky monsters treats!
Mini Spider Pizzas
A great candy alternative for Halloween are these mini spice pizzas from Danae of Recipe Runner. Using sliced olives to create a spider as decor, these yummy bites are perfect for little hands. Bake these bites up and you’ll have the class screaming for some more!
While carving pumpkins in the classroom isn’t an option, making these healthy pumpkin treats from tangerines are a great alternative. Bren from Bren Did has done it again with her creative and healthy ideas for Halloween treats. Using tangerines and celery to create this pumpkin look, everyone will be raving about how adorable these are!