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Spooky (But Healthy) Halloween Treats

Tuesday, 21 October 2014 00:00

Grocery and convenience stores are already displaying Halloween candy, and your students may already be enjoying these sugary treats. Here are a few ideas for reasonably healthy snacks to celebrate the season without a sugar overload.

Ghost Parfait
Layer vanilla yogurt over mandarin oranges in a clear cup, and top with a ghost Peep.

Mini-Pumpkins
Peel tangerines and use small slices of celery inserted at the top for the pumpkin stem.

Banana Boo
Cut peeled bananas in half, and use regular sized and mini-chocolate chips to create eyes and a mouth at the narrow end of the banana.

Creepy Eyes
Use round crackers spread with peanut butter as the base for the eye. Top with a slice of banana, then a grape half, chocolate chip, or round piece of cereal for the pupil.

Eerie Eggs
Cut hard-boiled eggs in half, and add small slivers of colored pepper or dots of mustard or other colored sauce on the white for eyes, with the yolk forming the mouth.