Spooky Snack Platter

Treat your kids, and yourself, a little nicer this Halloween by swapping sugary candy for these nutritious bites. These two snacks can be pulled together in less than 15 minutes! Plus, you'll keep your kids from enduring the typical Halloween sugar crash, and they'll love getting creative with these fun recipes.

Recipes inspired by Super Healthy Kids and Bren Did


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3 bananas
1 cup plain yogurt
1 tbsp semi-sweet chocolate chips
6 crafting sticks
1 celery stalk
6 tangerines, peeled

To make the ghosts:

1. Slice bananas in half and insert crafting sticks into the bottom of each half.

 

2. Dip the bananas in yogurt until fully coated.

 

3. Place chocolate chips on the side of each banana, near the top, to make a ghost face with two eyes and a mouth. 

 

4. Wrap the bananas in plastic wrap and freeze for at least 3 hours.

 

To make the pumpkins: 

1. Chop the celery stalk into three 1-inch pieces, then slice the pieces in half lengthwise.

 

2. Peel tangerines. Insert celery pieces into the top of the tangerines to create mini pumpkins.

 

3. Arrange on a Halloween-themed plate and serve. 

 

**Note: Calorie count is for one ghost and one pumpkin.

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