We all love a good Halloween treat, but it’s just as fun whipping up healthier Halloween lunch, dinner, and snack recipes too! These easy Halloween recipes are our favorites!
Ready to get spooky?
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One of my favorite Halloween lunch ideas pretty much ever, these fun Frankenstein Halloween Sandwich Wraps are a must-make for the kids!
They’re perfect as a fun activity to pair with Halloween cookie decorating or as a spooky surprise lunch to pack your kiddos for school. You could even have a crafty little Halloween themed play-date and let all the kids decorate their own monster sandwich.
These festive cheesy ghost, bat, cat, and pumpkin cheese slices are too much fun!
They’re easy to make thanks to mini Halloween cookie cutters and can be made in small quantities as a snack or make oodles for a Halloween party appetizer! They’re quick, easy, and oh so cheesy!
This healthy Halloween Hummus Dip loaded with layers of fresh veggies and a fun Greek yogurt spider web.
You can mix and match with your favorite hummus toppings and this delicious appetizer can be made with both homemade and store bought hummus!
4. Mummy Burritos
How fun are these mummy burritos for a Halloween lunch or dinner!? Honestly you could even make them into breakfast burritos for a Halloween brunch!
Fill them with all your go-to burrito favorites including beans, cheese, veggies, and your favorite protein. You could also fill them as sandwich wraps (like with the Frankenstein mummies) or quesadillas. YUM!
Sneak some veggies into your Halloween shenanigans with this Spooky Halloween Monster Mash Soup! The spooky eyeballs are made from rice and can be added to a bevy of different soups.
Treat your friends and family to an EPIC Halloween themed snack board with this carrot pumpkin cheeseball in the center!
It’s easy to make and looks super impressive surrounded by all your favorite crackers, pretzels, and veggies.
7. Halloween Apple Slices
No recipe needed for this one! Slice apples into rounds and simply use mini cookie cutters to cut out the center into fun shapes like bats, pumpkins, and ghosts.
They’re crazy healthy and oh so fun. Little hands love to get involved with this snack and you can serve them straight up or with peanut butter or fruit dip for dipping.
If you get a chance to try any of these easy Halloween recipes, let me know!
Leave some love in the comment form below or tag your photos with @peasandcrayons on Instagram so I can happy dance over your spooky creation. I can’t wait to see what you whip up!