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Halloween is one of our favorite holidays! We get to dress up as our favorite characters, binge on all the candies, make a night out of trick-or-treating with the kids, and watch a ton of horror movies until the sun rises.
Remember folks, the spooky season isn’t just for kids. It’s fun for adults too, whether it’s a wild night of partying in clubs to hosting themed parties with family and friends with lots of food and drinks included.
If you’re planning to have a fun party, don’t stick to the usual meals. Make it as fun as the spooky holiday! We list 15 easy and healthy Halloween party food for adults so everyone can enjoy a sumptuous feast without breaking diets.
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1. Healthier Halloween Monster Cookies
We’ve never heard of a healthy monster before until we discovered this recipe! It’s a cute and delicious monstrosity of a cookie with candy googly eyes and colorful chocolates.
What makes this a nice party treat is how there isn’t any butter, flour, or oil. It’s a peanut butter oatmeal cookie that takes less than 20 minutes to make with ingredients you can easily find. Moreover, the recipe is gluten-free and low in sugar, so kids and adults can have a lot more of these monsters!
2. Halloween Witch Guacamole
Who knew that guac and chips can be delicious AND spooky? While the presentation might look intimidating, it’s actually quite easy to prepare, with simple ingredients you probably already have at home!
Besides that, making the guacamole takes only 15 minutes and makes for a healthy snack or appetizer at the party! Your guests will be snapping photos and talking about your creativity until the spooky season arrives again.
3. Vegan Halloween Cupcakes
Are you vegan or have vegan guests coming over? This is one dessert that’ll fly off the table! Not only is it vegan and allergy-friendly, but it’s also simple to make, with three different ways to decorate them for the spookiness.
While all the cupcakes are topped with a nice vegan vanilla buttercream frosting, they also feature chocolate chips and Oreos for that extra chocolate goodness.
4. Mini Spider Pizzas
“Excuse me, there’s a spider on my pizza!” Oh no, that’s really supposed to be there! This is one for the books because your guests may be shocked at first glance, only to find out the “spiders” are actually olives that they can pop into their mouths.
These mini pizzas are so simple yet so delicious as the earthy flavors of the olives go well with the cheese and dough. Add just a sprinkle of one of your chosen seasonings and red pepper flakes for a bit of heat, and you’re good to go!
5. Mummy Pumpkin Bars
No need to unearth these mummies from the pyramids because guests can just grab them and enjoy each sweet, flavorful bite!
Make dessert a bit different at your next Halloween-themed party with these healthy pumpkin bars decorated as “scary” mummies.
Instead of using fat and sugar as the main ingredients, these indulge-worthy treats are packed with healthy protein from Greek yogurt and eggs. Not to mention, you’ve also got that reduced-fat cream cheese frosting for extra flavor and creaminess. Don’t forget to buy the candy eyes for the mummies to take a peek!
6. Apple Monsters
Apples and peanut butter go so well together and always make a healthy, filling snack. But let’s take things up a notch and make it a nutritious yet spine-chilling addition to any party with this Apple Monster recipe!
You can decorate each apple differently to take on various goofy expressions for your guests to laugh about. Taking only 20 minutes and 5 ingredients, it’s one of the easiest appetizers or snacks to make for Halloween.
7. Halloween Snack Tray
Now, this is something for both kids and adults to come back to! Prepare an assorted tray of nuts, fruits, and celery sticks, making them more appetizing with peanut butter, some chocolate, and yogurt to dip everything with. You’ll have a tray of nutritious snacks people can’t say no to!
Try adding a bit of candy corn to the tray for more color because, why not? Who doesn’t love candy corn during a spooktacular night?
8. Jack Skellington Ricotta Olive Tarts
This is a fantastic tribute to one of the best and must-watch movies during Halloween: The Nightmare Before Christmas.
These olive tarts are not only an attractive addition to the table, but it’s a gluten-free recipe made with nutritious ingredients like olives (the main attraction), sun-dried tomatoes, thyme, and Greek yogurt.
Even the olive haters can’t say anything bad about this recipe because this savory tart’s ingredients work amazingly together, especially with the presence of parmesan and ricotta cheese.
9. Cute Halloween Ghost Cupcakes
Gluten-free cupcakes that look like ghosts? Sign us up! Vegan chocolate cupcakes made with dairy-free vanilla buttercream frosting are a match made in heaven. You can easily make them “frightening ghosts” with candy eyes for that eerie yet cute effect for everyone to gobble up come dessert time.
It’s also an excellent idea to pass these around for trick-or-treating if you want non-candy options. You only need 30 minutes to whip up a whole batch of these!
10. Skinny Pumpkin Pie
Of course, pumpkins are all the rage for fall, with everyone carving them up to decorate their homes. But don’t just use pumpkins as home decor, bake them into something everyone will want a slice of at your next spooky party!
This skinny pumpkin pie recipe has no crust and is made with non-fat evaporated milk that doesn’t taste “skinny” at all. With fewer calories (131 calories a slice), guests can enjoy seconds… Well, that’s only if they have a chance to grab a second slice.
11. Halloween Oreo Spiders
No time to make cookies for your party? Luckily, this recipe will save you! All you need are original-flavored Oreos, chocolate chips, pretzel rods, and eye candies to make these “spiders” to serve as snacks or desserts!
As a crowd favorite, you can’t go wrong with Oreos! You might even be surprised that the Oreo’s sweetness goes well with the salty pretzels.
12. Bat Energy Balls
Frightening or adorable, however way you describe them, this bat ball recipe will surely give anyone the energy to get that party rolling!
These may look tough to make with the homemade chocolate wings, but you’ll be shocked that anyone can prepare these in less than half an hour.
You don’t need an oven, the energy balls are filled with healthy ingredients, and they are vegan-friendly! What a sweet way to end the spooky night.
13. Banana Mummies
This is another nutritious dessert that you can whip up in a flash!
With bananas, melted white chocolate chips, and candy eyeballs, you’ve got a fun treat to share with your guests. You can even hand these over to kids instead of sugary candies (without ruining the fun by just giving them plain fruits).
If you’ve got a big sweet tooth, don’t be shy and add a bit more chocolate to your banana mummies!
14. Halloween Deviled Eggs
There aren’t any tricks up our sleeve when we say that these deviled eggs are a terrifyingly yummy appetizer! Amp up the fanciness to your party’s feast but still stay on course with the spine-chilling theme with this deviled egg recipe.
It’s filled with protein from the eggs, topped with green olives, and a sprinkle of paprika for smokiness. To top it all off, it’s paleo-friendly if you use paleo mayo, hummus, or cream cheese!
15. Tangerine Pumpkins and Banana Ghosts
No time to carve pumpkins? No problem! Make a snack by transforming fresh tangerines into mini “pumpkins,” to pair with banana “ghosts.” It only takes minutes to prepare and makes a quick appetizer if you’re still preparing the rest of the sumptuous dishes you’ll be serving at your party.
Partygoers won’t only be pleased with the design, but these are light and nutritious starters to make room for their tummies for what’s to come next!
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