Healthy Halloween Recipes Kids Will Love!by Elizabeth MacDonald
Halloween is the gateway to all things sugar-filled and sweet. Somehow this holiday brings with it permission to indulge in candy come mid-October, snowballing through the comfort foods of November, and crashing into Christmas cookies and New Year's desserts. The whirlwind of sugar we are all about to be faced with can be hard to avoid, but having a consistent meal plan and fun, healthy, holiday-themed recipes on hand can help.
Kids get a kick out of everything Halloween. Even toddlers love getting dressed up and saying, "BOO!" You can start the fun early by including a 'spooky' main course once a week and a few fun lunches or snacks here and there leading up to Halloween. You may not be able to avoid the candy all together, but you can at least make sure everyone's belly is frightfully full before the sweets are consumed. All the families at My Baby's Heartbeat Bear loved tasting and testing these treats! Have your little goblins help out with these recipes and enjoy the mess, laughter, and memories.
Healthy Halloween Recipes
These cheese sticks will be an instant (and quick) hit in your house. You can use pretzel sticks along with the veggies for the broom handles.