North Hollywood Personal Training | 5 Spook-a-licious (and healthy) Halloween recipes!


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North Hollywood Personal Training |  5 Spook-a-licious (and healthy) Halloween recipes!

The other day I came across some pretty scary Halloween statistics.

As millions of people around the world get ready for Halloween, we’re spending upwards of $9 billion to get ready for the holiday! (WHAT?!)

And 95% plan to buy … you guessed it! … candy.

I mean, who doesn’t love to get dressed up in costume and get free goodies from our neighbors? So much fun! (Well, at least until the sugar takes over and the stomach aches/headaches/mood swings prevail … ugh.)

It is totally possible to have a fun, happy, healthy, ache-free Halloween! And it is also possible for your kids to willingly eat fruits & veggies!

It’s all about making it FUN. I have some adorably spooky, slimy, creepy, and HEALTHY recipes for Halloween treats below.

Note: if you have picky eaters, involving them in making these treats might make them more receptive.

Start the day off with this healthy Witches Brew Breakfast Pudding … it’s packed with fiber and healthy fats.

Make this even more kid-friendly by adding a banana before blending and some grapes for an eerie effect. Serve it in a cauldron (um, bowl)!

Check it out here: Experience Life Witches Brew Pudding

For a morning snack, carve jack o’lanterns out of orange bell peppers and fill them with pepper slices and other veggies. Serve with their favorite dipping sauce. So cute!

For a spookily healthy lunch or dinner, check out this swamp monster gumbo filled with veggies. A slow cooker is required for this one, so make this a Sunday item.

Check it out here: Swamp Monster Gumbo

Here’s an anytime snack that’s worthy of a party. Unleash your creative side with this vegetable skeleton platter. You know the kids will love to make this! Swap the typical ranch for hummus or guacamole.

See it here: Veggie Skeleton Platter

The cutest snack award goes to a fruit snack that’s worthy of bringing to a party. The problem is, these apple bites are so cute, I’m not sure I could bring myself to eat them!

Look at these Silly Apple Bites!

I hope these recipes make your Halloween a hit!

Make an amazing day,

Coach Mia

P.S. If you’re looking for more healthy lifestyle tips, be sure to join our Super Sheroes Facebook Group. Just CLICK HERE!


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