Halloween Fun with Fruits and Vegetables

Halloween Fun with Fruits and Vegetables

With Halloween only a little over a week away, party planning is well under way!  This group of fabulously fun ideas with fruits and vegetables makes it easy to include healthy options at Halloween events. These super cute food crafts offer many nutritional benefits and would be wonderful classroom projects or family activities. Adding healthy options encourages everyone to have balance and resist the urge to over indulge at a time when sugary treats are so prevalent and abundant. Happy Halloween!


Please visit these links to check out the tutorials/recipes. 

Vegetable Skeleton from Kraft

Clementine Pumpkins and Banana Ghosts from One Little Project

Apple Bites from Oh She Glows

Cucumber Witch Hats and Celery/Carrot Broomsticks from Little Food Junction

Honeydew Bats from Shaken Together Life

Spooky Spider from Kitchen Fun with my 3 Sons

Jack-o-Lantern Peppers from Hidden Valley

Cucumber Monsters from Pop Sugar

17 thoughts on “Halloween Fun with Fruits and Vegetables”

  1. With so many people looking to cut out sugar, additives and
    preservatives in food…these are great options….and fun for the kids too!!

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  2. These ideas are fantastic! I am pinning for later and will be doing some
    of these for the Kindergarten Halloween party that I am planning. Thanks
    for sharing with us on Welcome Home Wednesday.

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  3. Yes, its all about presentation and these cuties will definitely make
    any kid at least try these healthy treats – thanks for sharing!

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  4. What an adorable round up! I'm having a Halloween party this year
    and I was struggling with finding simple foods to share…this settles
    that! Thanks for sharing this in the Welcome Home Wednesday link
    party…we hope to see you again next week!
    http://www.diyjustcuz.com

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  5. These are really easy snacks that kids and adults would love! We are
    having a Halloween party at my children's school and these would be
    great to make for each of their classes. Thank you for sharing and
    linking up with us over at the Welcome Home Wednesdays Link Party!

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  6. These are such great alternatives to sugary sweets. I especially love
    the spooky spider. I am delighted that you shared your healthy and
    delicious Halloween treats with us on the Plant-based Potluck Party. I
    appreciate it. I'm pinning and sharing.

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  7. Cute! My kids would like these, Halloween or not! Thanks for sharing at
    Savoring Saturdays! Hope you'll share with us again this weekend. 🙂

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  8. Such a GREAT round up, I love all these healthy options that still
    scream Halloween. Thank you for linking up to The Party Gals Linky!

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