Halloween is all about sweets, candy, chips, and everything that would upset our bodies and rot our teeth. For the children, and for us, it can’t be good at all. I’m trying to eat healthier, so all that it a no-no. Instead, I decided to play in the kitchen to find out what I can make that’s sweet, healthy, and still taste pretty damn amazing. Each of these recipes are slightly similar to one another, making it easy to make all of them. I hope you enjoy them!
This is my absolute favourite and tastiest of my healthy Halloween treats series. I have a sweet tooth for dark chocolate, and this is the best to satiate my cravings! It also reminds me of Reese cups. I mean- if it’s dark chocolate, it has to be kind of healthy, right? haha.
One of my favourite healthy halloween treats is devilled eggs. They are a great source of protein, and you can adjust the taste to whatever you want it to be. If you feel a little spicy, add some hot sauce. If you feel more savoury, mix in some chives or coriander. The possibilities are endless! Adjust the recipe to your liking since we all like something different!
These have to be the cutest healthy Halloween treats that I have made this year. They are my absolute favourite and SO EASY to make. Not to mention it’s great for kids! With cute faces smiling at you, what more can you want? This is also great for making with the kids. Give them a sharpie and let them draw the faces on the disposable shot ups themselves! let their imaginations run wild! There are quite a few variations of this recipe that I have compiled to achieve whatever your taste buds prefer.
When it comes to being a student, trying to avoid the freshmen 15 is not an easy task. Trying to get all your vegetables and nutrients into one meal while making it compact and portable can be a challenge. The best lunches I find are the ones that require no heat because you can literally pull your meal out of your bag and eat it instantly with ease. Here are some of my suggestions: Cloud Bread Turkey Sandwich Ingredients Cloud bread Lettuce Greek yogurt Chia seeds Cheese slices Turkey slices Steps Mix greek yogurt and chia seeds to make a dressing […]
I love quinoa salads because I can bring them to work, school, or even as a meal when going out without having to go through the trouble of finding a microwave to heat it up. We’ve all had that experience when we have a short lunch break and end up spending a large portion of it lining up, waiting for the microwave. In fact, some times there is no microwave within a decent distance! As a result, a no heat, healthy meal is what’s needed. Now this recipe is so easy and so customizable to your taste buds. Want tangy? Add a squeeze of lemon […]