Halloween is coming up soon, which means sweet treats will be everywhere. If you’re craving something indulgent without causing a sugar crash later, you’ve come to the right place! SkinnyMs. has gathered up 16 of the best recipes for fun and healthy Halloween treats that are guaranteed to please.
We’ve included everything from updated classics to brand-new favorites! There’s sure to be a dessert for every occasion. Remember: don’t completely deprive yourself! It’s okay to indulge your sweet tooth every now and then. Moderation is the key. Luckily, these recipes are guilt-free, so you can have your cake and eat it too!
Making your own rice treats is easy, and they don’t have all the extra mystery ingredients! The addition of peanut butter gives these a twist, and who can resist that adorably spooky face? Great for kids and adults of all ages!
A healthy treat at breakfast? Yes, please! This amazing granola is packed with oats, nuts, and sweet potato, giving you plenty of energy to last until lunch. The addition of cinnamon and cranberries give it a wonderful Fall flavor that you’ll crave (and won’t feel bad about snacking on) all year long.
Cookies don’t have to be a major indulgence! These little treats are gluten-free and have plenty of character. Plus, they’re much lower in sugar than your average cookie, which is always a good thing. You definitely won’t feel like a monster after eating one of these!
No need for alarm—these little guys are as delicious as they are adorable. A modification of our Homemade Date Chocolate Truffles, these mice have a variety of uses—from being a scary Halloween treat to cute critters created for consumption.
Nothing says Halloween quite like a popcorn ball, so we found a recipe with all of that wonderfully nostalgic flavor packed into a tasty dark chocolate truffle. Dark chocolate is high in antioxidants, so you won’t feel guilty about snacking on a few of these treats. They are perfect for a more elegant twist on the holiday classic.
Accio pumpkin juice! We all wish we could attend one of Hogwarts’ legendary feasts, but this recipe will bring you a little closer to the wizarding world. Pumpkins are full of vitamins and nutrients, and the addition of pumpkin pie spice makes this juice feel even sweeter. Grab this instead of that sugar-heavy pumpkin spice latte for a quick pick-me-up!
An easy, quick treat for any occasion is a batch of chocolate-dipped pretzels! By adding Halloween-themed decorations, they look perfectly spooky and festive. Pretzels are low in fat, and the addition of dark chocolate means these snacks are perfect when you’re craving something sweet and salty.
We used little Lady apples dipped in cane sugar-free coconut milk and brown rice syrup to create the caramel sauce for these small sugar-free versions of the classic Hallows Eve treat. The miniature size makes them great for small bites at a Halloween party.