With Halloween just around the corner, we’ve given some of our normal 28 recipes a fiendish twist so you have lots of healthy Halloween recipe ideas to try this year! The best part is that these Halloween recipes are both a treat and a trick because… your kids will never guess these spooky specials are actually good for them!

Here are some healthy Halloween party recipes for kids that’ll keep them entertained!

  1. Try my Spooky Choc Peanut Butter Donuts
  2. It wouldn’t be a Halloween line up without Devilishly Devilled Eggs
  3. Try Snaggletooth Nutty Apples for a fast, healthy Halloween snack
  4. Our Wide-Eyed Monster Pizza Recipe is so easy to make
  5. These Spooky Forbidden Apples are a great snack for when you’re on the go
  6. My Not-So-Bat-For-You cookies are scarily good
  7. Snez’s Stuffed Jack-O-Lanterns Recipe is a Wood family dinner favourite
  8. Everybody always wants a second slice of our freakishly fructose-free bundt cake
  9. And… there’s a bonus healthy Halloween dessert recipe if you get to the bottom of this post!
Healthy Halloween Recipes By Sam Wood

No tricks here – just healthy, spooky treats the whole family will love!

Spooky choc peanut butter donuts

These are definitely a treat! Decorate these peanut butter and chocolate doughnuts with your favourite spooky accessories.

Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Doughnuts Recipe (refined sugar-free!)
These refined-sugar-free doughnuts are a tasty snack or treat for the kids, and they're ready in 30 minutes. Plus, if you're watching your weight you can swap the coconut sugar with natural monk fruit (or stevia) sweetener which keeps all the sweetness, but reduces the calories per serve.
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Try this delightfully devilish devilled eggs recipe!

Devilled Eggs
What better halloween snack than some devilled eggs, the name already says it all. And they're ready to serve in 20 minutes or less!

Monster Pizza Recipe

Monster Pizza
Everyone loves pizza, especially when it’s a monster pizza that’s actually good for you!

Forbidden Apples Recipe

It’s spooky how easy these fun Halloween snacks are to prepare!

Forbidden Fruits
Forbidden Fruits
If you're looking for a spooky and healthy treat to serve the kids this Halloween, you've come to the right place!

Not-So-Bat-For-You Cookies Recipe

Not-So-Bat-For-You Cookies
Although these cookies are shaped as bats, there’s nothing scary about what’s inside! We’ve ditched the artificial colours, flavourings and bucket-loads of sugar that usually come with halloween treats for good, wholesome ingredients.
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The kids will go nuts for this ‘Nutty Teeth’ Halloween snack!

These Nutty Teeth afternoon tea snacks combine apples with nutritious nut butter to provide a delicious snack that the kids will love to help prepare!

'Nutty Teeth' Healthy Snack Recipe - by I Quit Sugar
‘Nutty Teeth’ Healthy Snack Recipe – by I Quit Sugar
These nutty teeth offer a quick BITE on-the-run for a fun Halloween lunchbox snack for kids.
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Snez’s Stuffed Jack-O-Lanterns

Healthy Halloween Stuffed Jack-O-Lantern Recipe
Snez’s Stuffed Jack-O-Lanterns
Fun, tasty and healthy. Snez loves making these for a spooky Halloween family dinner.

Freakily fructose-free bundt cake

This makes a great Healthy Halloween party cake. You’ll see we’ve applied our dark chocolate icing to look “monster messy” but, if you’ve got the time and the creative inclination, you could finely drizzle the dark chocolate over the top of the cake to create spooky little spiderwebs. If you do, we’d love you to share your version on our Instagram page, just tag your creations #28bysamwood to let Sam know!

Fructose Free Halloween Bundt Cake
Healthy Halloween Bundt Cake – Refined Sugar Free!
With a delicious pumpkin cream cheese icing and moist vanilla sponge, it’s seriously spooky how good refined-sugar-free can taste. Happy Halloween!
Note: This should be a VERY occasional treat. Although this cake recipe is low-fructose each slice contains just over 1 teaspoon of natural sweetener per serve… so it won't be a trick or treat surprise if you find this Halloween cake scarily moreish!

Here’s a healthy Halloween dessert for the monster master chefs amongst us!

At 28, our healthy recipes are designed to be fast, simple and delicious. Of course, if you feel up to the challenge of spending a little more time on your preparation and plating, you can turn our popular healthy chocolate mousse recipe into something truly spectacular. So if you want to say RIP to the basics, and hello to a hellaciously impressive dessert, why not give this fun chocolate graveyard mousse recipe a go?

Chocolate 'Graveyard Mousse' Recipe - from I Quit Sugar
Chocolate ‘Graveyard Mousse’ Recipe – from I Quit Sugar
This fun Halloween recipe is refined sugar-free and a perfect way to satisfy the kids with a sweet n spooky treat.
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P.S. Don’t forget to share and tag your creations @28bysamwood or tag #28bysamwood – one of the best parts of our job here is seeing what amazing things our 28ers can do with a little support and inspiration!

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Father and husband, on a mission to help people move more, eat better and make a positive change to their lives. Sam Wood has over 20 years experience as a personal trainer and is recognised as one of Australia’s leading experts and media commentators in the health & fitness industry. Sam is the founder and personal trainer of 28, Australia’s #1 home fitness and nutrition program, and he's also the proud owner of Australia’s largest personal training studio, The Woodshed, based in Brighton, Melbourne.