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These ten healthy Halloween desserts will help you to maintain a whole food diet while still enjoying Halloween. These recipes are perfect for fall!
Children are inundated with so much sugar during the Halloween season. Beyond the packaged candy they get from trick-or-treating, it seems like everywhere we go during this time of year there are unhealthy Halloween-themed desserts. From cupcakes with neon orange frosting to bowls full of candy corn, this can be an especially difficult time of year to maintain a whole food diet.
Fortunately, there are plenty of healthy Halloween desserts that you can make for your children. Here are several delicious examples of unique, homemade Halloween treats.
Ten Healthy Halloween Desserts
Pumpkin Coconut Fudge from My Whole Food Life
Pumpkin Cookie Dough Bars from Immaeatthat
Homemade Milk Duds from Oatmeal with a Fork
Candy Corn Fruit Cups from Navy Wife Cook
Candy Corn Popsicles from Girl Inspired
I have no problem letting my kids indulge in candy for one day, but in years past the Halloween candy has been around our house for months. Last year, I convinced my children to donate most of their candy after Halloween. We’re still working on where to send the excess candy this year.
In the meantime, we’re enjoying several of these healthy Halloween desserts instead of candy.