Toffee apples, pumpkin pie, buckets of chocolate and plenty of sugary sweet treats are on offer around Halloween - and that’s even before the trick-or-treating has begun! If you’re hosting a Halloween party, or just want to make a special effort with your Halloween treats this year, why not try celebrating with some healthy snacks too? So, to help you out this Halloween, we’ve gathered some spookily-scrumptious recipes for you to tuck in to!
- 3 medium bananas
- 300g Greek yoghurt
- 24 dark chocolate chips
- 12 ice lolly sticks or wooden skewers
- Cut the bananas in half lengthwise, then in half again
- Push the bananas on to the stick, place on grease proof paper and freeze for 24 hours
- When frozen, cover the bananas with Greek yoghurt and add the chocolate chips as eyes
- Freeze again for 2 hours, then enjoy – they are ghoulishly good!!
Spooky stuffed pumpkin peppers
- 6 large peppers
- 300g cooked rice
- 1 chopped onion
- 1 crushed garlic clove
- 600g tinned chopped tomatoes
- A handful of chopped button mushrooms
- A handful of grated cheese
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Preheat oven to 180 C/Gas 4
- Using a knife, cut the lid off the peppers and remove the insides
- Carve out eyes, nose and sharp teeth in the pepper base to create pumpkin-like features
- Heat olive oil in a pan and cook the onion, mushrooms, garlic for 5 minutes until softened
- In a large bowl, combine the cooked rice, tinned tomatoes and the cooked onion mix
- Spoon the mixture into the pumpkin peppers and sprinkle with grated cheese
- Bake in the oven until the cheese is bubbling, (for around 25 minutes) and get stuck in!
- Punnet of grapes
- Dark chocolate chips
- White icing pen
- Thread the grapes on to the skewer, layering them one by one
- Add 2 dots on the first grape (the face of the worm)
- Stick 2 chocolate drops to the icing to make the pupils
- Serve all of them on a large plate as a set of wriggly worms.