These 25 Healthy Halloween Recipes Don't Have Any Scary Ingredients!

Don't be scared of all the sugar, refined carbs, and fake food coloring! This Halloween, create your own healthy and delicious treats using these recipes for inspiration. Aren't these bite-size pumpkin protein ball jack-o'-lanterns adorable?!

These pesto zucchini noodles look especially creepy in a pepper cut like a jack-o'-lantern.

These mini mummy cauliflower crust pizzas are low in carbs but high on the adorable scale.

Chocolate protein balls transform into monsters with eyeballs.

This goofy snack is made with just apples, nut butter, sunflower seeds, and strawberry slices.

Turn your roasted root veggies into a spooky side dish!

Spider web buckwheat pancakes?! That's so creative!

These handmade Halloween-colored fruit roll-ups are sweet, and the only ingredient is frozen fruit.

These skeleton avocados aren't too scary to eat.

This pear doesn't need much to look creepy.

Chocolate-dipped bananas are easy and yummy. You could also dip bananas in yogurt instead and freeze them.

Isn't this a great idea for a Halloween party?

Skip the dairy in your favorite Halloween candy and make your own vegan peanut butter cups.

Love this badass veggie skeleton with dip.

Jack-o'-lantern peppers stuffed with quinoa looks yummy, not scary at all!

All you need are toothpicks, raisins, and grapes to create this spooktacular spider snack.

Inspired by candy corn, the popsicles bring a summery flavor profile to our favorite Fall holiday.

Simple and scary cute.

For a Halloween-inspired breakfast, make a batch of pumpkin pie slow-cooker oatmeal.

Look at these adorable pumpkin potatoes!

These tangerine pumpkins, banana ghosts, skull cucumbers, and pineapple melon candy corn treats are all fun to eat and healthier than candy.

Turn chocolate chip pumpkin protein balls into bite-size jack-o'-lanterns.