Healthy Trick or Treat

Halloween is here and so begins trick or treat season so we thought we would share two healthy Halloween snacks, or something you could give those ‘trick or treaters’!

Ghostly Bananas

These are so quick and easy to make, and you can get very creative with them. Okay they might not be super healthy, but its a great way to get kids eating fruit. All you need is some bananas, white chocolate, ice lolly sticks or cocktail sticks and something for the eyes (thats where you can do whatever you want!)
Melt the white chocolate, then cut the bananas in half and poke the stick through the bottom.
Cover the bananas in the melted white chocolate and then place on a plate.
Then stick on the eyes. We used Nakd Salted Caramel Nibbles as we are slightly addicted to them! However chocolate chips or raisins or anything else you think would be suitable will work just as well.

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Spooky Oranges

These would be great for dessert one evening or an afternoon or after school snack. These are great as you can fill them with any fruit that takes your fancy. We used raspberries but could use a variety of berries or grapes.
Slice the top off the orange and then cut out the middle. We didn’t want to waste the middle so used it in a fruit smoothies! Then carve out the face with a knife. Put the fruit in the middle and enjoy!

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Ghost pancakes
Make your favourite pancake batter (there are lots on our blog, search pancakes), we made gluten free and dairy free ones. When frying them make the batter into ghost shapes and then add eyes and mouth. We used Nakd Salted Caramel Nibbles but raisins or chocolate drops. Enjoy!