Creepy Halloween Wagon
Cut celery into 2-inch pieces. Spread with peanut butter and add some raisings or gummy creatures. For wheels, slice carrots into thin slices and secure with toothpicks.
Orange Jack-o'Lanterns - Icy Treat
Draw jack-o'-lantern faces on oranges with a sharpie. Cut off top part of orange and scoop out pulp. Mix some of the orange pulp with a vanilla yogurt, add some swirls of green Jell-O and some raisins into the mix. Pour into the oranges and place them in a muffin tin and chill in the freezer. (The muffin tin will keep the oranges steady while they chill)
This is a great healthy treat and children love it!
Make caramel apples from kits. Let kids create their own monsters by adding marshmallow eyes, raisin nose, and a carrot pieces for mouth, nuts slices for hair, etc.
Make bones out of breadstick dough and make a knot to the end. Bake and serve with cheese and marinara sauce.
Shred pieces of string cheese into long strips and press them around a breadstick or a pretzel stick. Use a string licorice to keep it in place. It looks just like a broom and is a great idea for a healthy Halloween party treat.
Monster Mash Pita Treat
What you need:
4 whole wheat pitas, 6 1/2" diameter
2 cups cucumber, peeled and very thin sliced
1 Avocado, peeled and thinly sliced
2 cups fresh tomato, thinly sliced
1 cups romaine lettuce, chopped
1/2 cup fat free ranch salad dressing
2 teaspoons onion powder
2 teaspoons chili powder
1 Olive cut in half
What you do:
Cut the pitas in half. Open pita halves slightly and fill with equal amount of sliced cucumber, tomato and avocado. Season with onion powder and chili powder. Top with chopped lettuce and ranch dressing. Push the olive half's on the toothpicks and use them for eyes and to hold together the sandwich.