Category Archives: Halloween Recipes

Jack O’Lantern Oranges Salad

Looking for an easy Halloween party attraction? These little Jack O’Lanterns will do it and you can make them in two shakes of a lamb’s tail.

pumpkin_oranges_saladsFresh whole oranges

Mixed salad greens

Vinegrette salad dressing with orange juice. (recipe follows)

Cut the tops off of the oranges and cut along the sides between the rind and the flesh to hollow out the oranges. Save the flesh.

Mix the salad greens with 1/4 cup red wine vinegar, 3 Tbsp olive or grapeseed oil and the orange flesh cut into small chunks. You can also add cranberries and almonds too.

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Witch’s Brooms – Edible

So cute and clever and great for Halloween parties.

witches_cheese_broomsMozzarella cheese

Straight pretzels

Chives or green onion tops


Cut mozzarella into cubes the size you want your broom heads. Put slices in the bottom 3/4 of the cheese cube as shown in photo and push a pretzel stick into the solid top of the cheese cube.

Tie a strand of chive or green onion around broom head base as shown.

For extra fun and flavor, make a mustard or melted cheddar dip to dip these brooms into before eating.

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Veggie Skeleton


HalloweenVeggieSkeletonMini carrots


Red pepper


Raw mushrooms


Cabbage or bok choy leaves

Snow Peas

Sliced black olives

Ranch dressing


Slice vegetables and arrange them as shown in photo. Use a small bowl of the ranch dressing for the head and face. Use black olives for the eyes, mushroom slices for the hands, kneecaps and intestines and broccoli flowerettes for the feet and the rest is pretty self explanatory by looking at the photo.


To make this spooky snack completely non-processed, use homemade yogurt for dipping with onions or chives added to it and a little salt.

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Banana Ghosts

banana_ghosts on sticksThis Halloween treat is so easy to make, it’s scary.



White Chocolate

Mini and regular chocolate chips

Popsicle Sticks (optional)


Melt the white chocolate in a pan on low heat. Peel and cut bananas in half. Push a stick into cut end of bananas and dip into melted white chocolate. Place on a plate or cookie sheet. Before the chocolate cools, put in the eyes and mouth with mini and regular chocolate chips.

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Mummy Dogs

Looking for creative treats to make that are fun and healthier than sugar treats for Halloween? This one is a big hit with kids. Look for more fun Halloween recipes under our Holiday Category.


mummy-hotdogs1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour or bread flour

1/2 tablespoon sugar

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 package regular or quick active dry yeast (2 1/4


1/2 cup very warm water (120º F to 130º F)

1 tablespoons vegetable oil

1 egg white

1 tablespoon cold water

Beef hotdogs

In large bowl, mix 3/4 cup of the flour, sugar, salt and yeast. Add warm water and oil. Beat with electric mixer on low speed 1 minute, scraping bowl frequently.Stir in enough remaining flour, 1/4 cup at a time, to make dough easy to handle (dough will be soft).

On lightly floured surface, knead dough about 5 minutes or until smooth and elastic. Roll dough out until it is about 1/8 inch thick. Cut into shoestring widths or about the size of noodles. If you have a pasta maker, it will do this for you in no time.

Grease large cookie sheet with oil. Wrap dough strings around hotdogs leaving a space for the eyes and place on cookie sheet.

Heat oven to 375°F. In small bowl, mix egg white and 1 tablespoon cold water; brush over loaves.  Bake 25 to 30 minutes or until dough is golden brown and hotdogs are warm. Remove from cookie sheet to wire rack; cool. Add a dot of mustard for the eyes.

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Candy Corn Dessert Parfaits

Candy corn is nothing but corn syrup and artificial colorings and preservatives, but this alternative is fun and healthy. Not many people are fans of candy corn anyway because it’s so sickening sweet. You may even get this healthier version passed your kids.

Candy-Corn-Fruit-dessert1 jar mandarin oranges

14 ounces fresh pineapple cubes

Homemade whipped cream topping. (See our recipe under the “Non-processed Ingredients” category.

4 parfait glasses or custard cups


Put a layer of pineapple on the bottom of each glass, then a layer of oranges and the whipping cream on top. You can garnish the top with a few actual candy corns.

RAW DIET VERSION: Techinically this is already raw with our homemade whipped topping, just omit the highly processed candy corn candies.

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Ghostly Divinity

meringue-ghosts3Staying away from highly processed refined white sugars around Halloween can be next to impossible. But we said “next to.”

Some cooks think meringue is complicated and difficult to make but it’s not at all if you remember a couple key rules when making it. It only took me about 5 minutes to whip up a batch of these. Just follow this recipe exactly and you will not have any problems. Our recipe also has a little hidden surprise to it.

Makes 2 dozen.

2 egg whites

1/8 teaspoon cream of tartar

2 Tbsp honey or 1/8 tsp stevia

organic semisweet mini chocolate chips or pieces of raisins

Heat oven to 225°F. Very lightly grease a cookie sheet with olive oil. In small bowl, combine egg whites and cream of tartar; beat at medium to high speed until peaks start to form. Add sweetener very slowly, about 1/2 tsp at a time by drizzling it into the whites and whipping between each application.

Most recipes like this say you need a decorating or piping bag to make the ghosts, but you can do it with a simple tablespoon. If you have a cake decorating bag, you can get more creative, but will your kids care? Probably not.

Optional: you can place your little ghosts on top of a pre-made cookie wafer to give them more flavor and appeal. And, you can hide little surprises inside of them like putting a few chocolate chips or raisins inside the ghost by pushing them into the center of the meringue with a butter knife or toothpick before you bake them.

Scoop up a heaping tablespoon of the meringue and drop a dollop onto your oiled cookie sheet or a cookie wafer. Using the back of the spoon, tap the top of the dollop and pull up to form a peak for the top of the ghost’s head. You can shape and form the meringue a little with your spoon and fingers to make it into the shape you want.

Place 3 Mini chocolate chips in each ghost for eyes and mouth. Or cut up small pieces of raisin to use if you want to stay away from the processed chocolate chips. For the mouth, put the pointed tip of the chip into the meringue to give the mouth more of a round appearance. Place cookie sheet on center rack in oven.

Bake at 225°F. for 1 hour and 30 minutes. Cool completely. Remove ghosts from cookie sheet. Keep them refrigerated if you won’t be eating them right away since they are made from eggs.

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