Healthy Halloween Treats

Happy Halloween to my Beastly Tribe! If I'm being honest, I must say that Halloween is not on my list of favorite holidays. However, I'm not about the Debby Downer life so I make the best of it and just go with the flow. 

This year I am doing things a little different. I will be spending Halloween in Rome! How cool is that? I am currently sailing on a cruise across Europe. We are visiting 5 different countries and Rome happens to fall on Halloween day. This is my first time in Europe and I am beyond stoked. I can not wait to share my experience with you all....but we will leave that for a later post. However, you can keep up with me on my INSTAGRAM to catch a glimpse of all the craziness. 

Being that I don't really enjoy Halloween, I don't feel the need to over indulge and fall off my plan. However, if we are talking aboutThanksgiving...then that is a complete different story lol. For today's post I've gathered some yummy, healthy treats to snack on during the Halloween festivities. All of these are super easy to make and don't require any cooking......yassss! 

 

Carr-o-lantern(Picture on the Right): baby carrots, sliced zucchini and broccoli. You can use hummus or greek: yogurt for dipping.  Strawberry ghost: strawberries covered in greek yogurt. Melt some of Lilly's sugar free chocolate chips and use to make the face. 

Carr-o-lantern(Picture on the Right): baby carrots, sliced zucchini and broccoli. You can use hummus or greek: yogurt for dipping. 

Strawberry ghost: strawberries covered in greek yogurt. Melt some of Lilly's sugar free chocolate chips and use to make the face. 

Mouthful  Green Apple Sandwich: 2 slices of green apple stuffed with peanut butter. Add yogurt covered raisins to use as teeth. 

Mouthful  Green Apple Sandwich:

2 slices of green apple stuffed with peanut butter. Add yogurt covered raisins to use as teeth. 

Mandy Pumpkin: Peel mandarin oranges. Cut a small hole in the middle of it and insert a thin slice of celery. 

Mandy Pumpkin:

Peel mandarin oranges. Cut a small hole in the middle of it and insert a thin slice of celery.