It’s that time of year where the ghosts, witches and goblins are out looking for treats. If you are cracking your head over how to make it a healthy one for you and your family without the major sugar rush FEAR not we have a few solutions for you to consider.
Halloween Roasted Veggies
An easy fun way to get your dose of roasted veggies into your day from Live Eat Learn . Bonus! It’s a fun activity to do with your kids to get them involved in learning about healthy food choices.
Halloween Stuffed Peppers
Red Peppers are high in Vitamin A and C making them a great source of antioxidants. These Halloween stuffed peppers from Hungry, Healthy, Happy are a definite try.
These Guacamole Vampires by Fork and Beans are super fun. Avocados can be considered a whole food in itself and are power packed with vitamins and traces of minerals. They help satiate your appetite and keep you full for a long time.
Chocolate Spider Peanut Butter Protein Balls
If you are in the mood for a rich tasting peanut buttery oh so yummy treat. Try out these these peanut butter protein balls by Eating Richly
A sure winner with the kids too!
Spiderweb Smoothie Bowl
This fun looking tasty smoothie bowl by Eating Well is a great idea for breakfast, or as a snack. Very simple to make with bananas, berries, yogurt and my all time favourite almond milk. The design is pretty simple too and may have your kids asking for more.
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