3 Finger Licking, Healthy Halloween Treats You Need To Try

Here are three, sugar-free, 3 Healthy Halloween Treat recipes, that you can indulge in without guilt! Caramel Corn, Candy Apples, and Snickers Bars. Incredibly quick and easy, made with simple and wholesome ingredients, and taste just as good as the real thing! Download all three recipes here. Enjoy!

3 healthy Halloween treats recipes

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Healthy Halloween Treats

Halloween is here!

Such a fun holiday. Who doesn’t love to dress up and be anyone they want to be for one day?

When I think of Halloween, I immediately crave sweet treats!

If you are a health nut like me, and you want an alternative or at least something to satisfy your sweet tooth this Halloween, here are 3 delicious Healthy Halloween Treat Recipes that are super quick and easy.

Bonus, they are all made with nutritious and wholesome ingredients!

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Healthy Halloween Treats 1#: Candy Apples

Yep! There is a way to turn this sweet Halloween treat into a healthy one.

Tools needed for this recipe:

Popsicle Sticks $12.99

or Skewer Sticks $9.79

Blender $29.99


  • 3-5 apples. (I chose Honey Crisp because they are naturally very sweet.)
  • 1/4 cup cashew butter.
  • a splash of coconut milk. (or any non-dairy milk.)
  • a dash of nutmeg. (for that fall-like flavor)
  • 1 cup of pitted dates. (I used Medjool dates, and pitted them myself.)
  • Optional, finely chopped almonds.
  • popsicle sticks.


  1. Using a blender, or any high-power food processor, add your pitted dates and cashew butter. Add a splash of non-dairy milk. This will determine the consistency of your caramel, so be careful with how much you add. You can make it creamy or more caramel-like.
  2. Process until you reach a smooth consistency. You might have to stop, scrape the caramel off the bottom and process it again. This will take a few minutes.
  3. Grab an apple and stick the popsicle stick into the top stem of the apple. You don’t have to pierce all the way through, just enough so it stays in place.
  4. Lift the apple, and coat it with your caramel paste, using a butter knife. Note, you don’t need too much caramel spread, because it is very sweet.
  5. Optional, you can add some finely, chopped-up almonds, either on the entire apple, or just the bottom half.
  6. That’s it! You can either refrigerate it for an hour or so, to let the caramel harden, or just eat it right away!
healthy Halloween treats
healthy Halloween treats
healthy Halloween treats

Download this recipe here.

Healthy Halloween Treats#2: Caramel Corn

I will definitely make this after Halloween as well!

Tools needed for this recipe:

Popcorn Machine 25.95$


  • 1/2 cup unpopped corn kernels. (about 8 cups popped.)
  • 3 tablespoons coconut oil.
  • 1/4 cup honey.
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda.


  1. Pop the corn in a popcorn machine. This is the same one I use.
  2. Place the popped corn in a large bowl.
  3. Preheat your oven to 350F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper. (You might need two baking sheets, in case you cannot fit all the popcorn on one.)
  4. In a medium saucepan, add your coconut oil and honey, and keep it on low-medium heat, until it starts to boil. Once it starts, keep it on for 1 minute, while stirring continuously.
  5. Take the mixture off the heat, and add the baking soda. It should foam up a bit.
  6. Pour the mixture over your popcorn, and mix very well.
  7. Put the caramel-covered popcorn onto the baking sheet and into the oven for 2-3 minutes, or until golden brown. Be careful! Do not leave it for too long, it will burn! (Guilty!)
  8. Once you take it out, stir it so it doesn’t stay into one big chunk.
  9. Let it sit for a couple of minutes.
  10. Enjoy!
Healthy Halloween Treats
Healthy Halloween treats
healthy Halloween treats
healthy Halloween treats
healthy Halloween treats
healthy Halloween treats

Download the recipe here.

Healthy Halloween Treats #3: Snickers Bars

Hands down, my favorite.


  • Medjool dates.
  • peanut butter. (I use peanut butter made 100%, with peanuts.)
  • peanuts.
  • dark chocolate. (I use 82%, but feel free to use 70%, if you think 82% is too dark for you.)


  1. Cut the dates lengthwise, in the middle. Take the pit out of the dates. Skip this step if you have pitted dates!
  2. Fill them with peanut butter. Quantity is all up to you.
  3. Add peanuts. Again, if you want lots of crunch, add more. If you want them to be more balanced, add less.
  4. Melt your dark chocolate in the microwave. I did intervals of 20 seconds, took it out, stirred it, then popped it back in! That way, your chocolate won’t burn.
  5. Depending on how many dates you have, you can use about one square per date.
  6. Coat your dates with the melted chocolate, and place them on a plate, lined with parchment paper. That way, they won’t stick to the plate.
  7. Let them sit so the chocolate hardens, or pop them in the freezer for 5 minutes to accelerate the process.
  8. Enjoy them cold or at room temperature!
healthy Halloween treats
healthy Halloween treats
healthy Halloween treats

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