Healthy Halloween Snacks | TLF Eats

October 27, 2020

Welcome ghouls and gals to TLF Eats, the Halloween edition! Get ready to monster mash some guacamole, dole out some sweet treats, and conjure up a few tricks with some scary-good snacks. Halloween is notorious for indulging in tons of candy and other unhealthy foods, but no fear, we’re here to not only provide you with some delicious alternatives, but to also offer some protein-packed recipes to help fuel those gains of yours. Healthy foods don’t have to be boring, in fact, these recipes are sure to add some Halloween spirit to any event.

Recipe #1 – Deviled Eyes

The Macros

 Calories: 127 
 - Protein: 7g
 - Carbs: 1g
 - Fat: 7g

Recipe Overview

 - Prep Time: 5 mins
 - Cook Time: 2 mins
 - Total Time: 7 mins
 - Servings: 1 serving

Ingredients

- Hard-boiled eggs
- Guacamole
- Shredded chicken
- Black olives

Steps

Step 1: Gather ingredients

Step 2: Half your hard-boiled eggs and scoop out the yolks

Step 3: Mix your guacamole and shredded chicken together

Step 4: Scoop in roughly a spoonful of guacamole

Step 5: Add black olives to garnish and create your “eye”

Recipe #2 – Candy Corn Parfait

The Macros

- Calories: 224
- Protein: 35g
- Carbs: 34g
- Fat: 5g

Recipe Overview

 - Prep Time: 5 mins
 - Cook Time: 5 mins
 - Total Time: 10 mins
 - Servings: 2 servings

Ingredients

- 2-3 mandarin oranges
- 1-2 cups of pineapple chunks
- 2% Greek yogurt (1 cup)
- 1 scoop vanilla protein powder

Steps

Step 1: Gather ingredients

Step 2: Place your pineapple chunks in the dish of your choice

Step 3: Layer your mandarin orange slices on top of your pineapple

Step 4: Mix 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder into 1 cup of 2% Greek yogurt

Step 5: Mix until smooth

Step 6: Scoop a spoonful (…or 4) of your protein-yogurt combo and place it on top of your fruit

Recipe #3 – Monster Toast

The Macros

 - Calories: 407
 - Protein: 11.6g
 - Carbs: 32g
 - Fat: 32g

Recipe Overview

 - Prep Time: 5 mins
 - Cook Time: 5 mins
 - Total Time: 10 mins
 - Servings: 2 servings

Ingredients

- Guacamole
- Tomatoes
- Alfalfa sprouts
- Black olives
- Hard-boiled eggs
- Ezekiel bread

Steps

Step 1: Gather ingredients

Step 2: Spread that guac…thick 😊

Step 3: Place your sliced hard-boiled eggs where you want your monster eyes to be

Step 4: Place sliced tomatoes where you want your monster’s mouth (or mouths!)

Step 5: Place black olives in the center of your egg

Step 6: Add alfalfa sprouts for some wild monster “hair”

Do you have a favorite healthy Halloween recipe? Let us know, we would love to hear back from our readers! Also, make sure to tag us in any social posts featuring these diabolically delicious treats. By the way, if you’re in need of a cute Halloween costume and are a bit late to the game in planning one, check out our ‘Easy and Cute DIY Costumes for Women’ post for some ideas.

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