These low carb Halloween recipes, easy and healthy, will get you in the spooky spirit without ruining your diet. From sumptuous appetizers, mouthwatering snacks, to lip-smacking desserts, these healthy treats will let you celebrate Halloween the healthy way.
Some of the recipes were modified to ensure they are low in carbs, yet the taste has not been altered. In fact, no one will recognize they are low in carbs! Above all, these Halloween recipes are easy to prepare.
Halloween Recipes – Easy Low Carb
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1. Avocado and Wasabi Halloween Deviled Eggs
When it comes to appetizers, the deviled eggs are very popular. Traditionally, the eggs are topped with a paste that’s made with egg yolks mixed with other ingredients including mayo and mustard.
But, for this Halloween-themed Avocado & Wasabi Deviled Eggs from the Laura of Family Spice, the paste is made with wasabi, avocado, and other low-carb ingredients. The eggs were made to look like spider webs by soaking them in blueberry water. This recipe is truly fun to make and is sure to delight both adults and kids!
2. Low Carb Witch Finger Breadsticks
Another way to spook your guests on Halloween is to serve these Low Carb Witch Finger Breadsticks. Made by Denise from My Life Cookbook, your guests won’t be able to keep their hands off these creepy looking breadsticks. Don’t forget to dip them into the marinara sauce to make them look like bloody fingers!
In order to make the breadsticks suitable for the low carb diet, the coconut flour was used instead of the regular flour. Yet, they taste just like your usual breadsticks that go well with the tangy marinara sauce!
3. Low Carb & Gluten-Free Pumpkin Chicken Chili
Halloween won’t be complete without pumpkins! While the kids carve them into spooky faces, you can cook them into healthy recipes. Pumpkins are not only delicious, they are also relatively low in carbs.
This Low Carb & Gluten-Free Pumpkin Chicken Chili recipe from Mellissa Sevigny of I Breathe I’m Hungry would be a great recipe to try if you’re thinking of serving pumpkin-based savory meals this Halloween.
This meal is perfect for the cold weather and a great dish to serve for your Halloween dinner.
4. Avocado Stuffed Meatballs
You’ve probably come across avocado stuffed burgers which can be a bit of a fiddle to make. Well, this recipe, the creation of Sonia The Healthy Foodie, is an easier and less messy version of the dish.
With grass-fed meat and avocado this dish is sure to be a winner with followers of the keto diet. She adds flavor to the ground beef with some crispy pork lardons. They only take about 6 minutes to cook too.
If you don’t like the sound of avocado in your meatballs you could stuff them with other things like olives or cheese such as goat cheese. Yummy!
5. Keto Sage and Pumpkin Biscuits
Another way to make good use of pumpkins this Halloween is to cook them into delicious biscuits! These Keto Sage and Pumpkin Biscuits from Annie Lampella of Keto Focus are made with almond flour and coconut flour, which are ideal for a low-carb diet.
Pumpkin is relatively low in carbs, having only 5 grams of total carbs and 1 gram fiber for every 100 grams making it 4 grams net carbs. It’s a great low carb alternative to starchier veggies like potatoes.
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This biscuit recipe takes only 5 min to prepare and cooks in 25 mins. So if you’re looking for Halloween recipes – easy and healthy, this should be on top of your list.
6. Sugar-free Keto Meringue Cookies
These spooky meringue cookies are fun for little ones and adults to make together. Made by OMG Keto Yum, the cookies are made mainly of egg whites, so they are guaranteed low in carbs.
The green color comes from sugar-free green jello and food coloring, although these ingredients are totally optional. To give the cookies their sweet taste, powdered Erythritol was added along with Vanilla Stevia.
Serve the cookies with Keto Lime Curd to make the little ghosts look adorable.
7. Low Carb Stuffed Jack-o’-Lanterns
Jack-o’-Lanterns are usually made with pumpkins. But for this low carb Halloween recipe from Leanne of Healthful Pursuit, bell peppers were used. Put your carving skills to good use and carve funny faces in your peppers.
You can have the kids join you for a fun bonding moment in the kitchen. The peppers are then stuffed with zucchini noodles and a raw tomato sauce which is made in a jiffy. You can stuff them with any low carb or keto filling you like.
8. Pizza Eyeball Snacks
All eyes will surely be on your dinner table when you serve these spooky Pizza Eyeball Snacks this Halloween. Created by Stacey of Beauty and the Foodie, these pizza bites are low-carb, paleo, grain-free, and gluten-free.
They are absolutely healthy and will surely be loved by everyone in the family. To prepare, simply line the Salami slices on a baking sheet. Top with mozzarella, pizza sauce, and olive slices for the eyeballs. Bake for three minutes, and you’re done!
This is no doubt, the perfect low-carb Halloween recipes – easy and healthy.
9. Low-carb Monster Bites
For desserts, these colorful low-carb Monster Bites from Georgina over at Step Away from the Carbs definitely tops the list. Made with cream cheese, coconut oil, coconut flakes, and Swerve Confectioners, these desserts are sure to satisfy your sweet cravings without worrying about the carbs.
These monster bites are so easy to prepare. In fact, it will only take 15 min of your time! And with only 2 grams of net carbs for every four serving of these monster bites, you sure can celebrate Halloween without ruining your keto diet!
10. Sugar-free Halloween Ghost Cupcakes
If you want to serve cupcakes for your little ones’ Halloween desserts, these Sugar-free Halloween Ghost Cupcakes from Antya the Queen Keto would be perfect. The cupcakes are made using low-carb ingredients such as lupin flour, stevia, erythritol, and unsalted butter.
You can use your own low-carb frosting recipe or follow the frosting from this recipe. It might take a bit of time to prepare especially when making the ghosts, but the smiles on your kids’ faces when they see these cute cupcakes are definitely worth it.
11. Creepy Apple Bites
These fruity desserts from Fork and Beans might look so creepy, but they are guaranteed healthy. Made with only five healthy ingredients, green apples, sunflower butter, strawberries, sunflower seeds, and homemade gooey eyes, this dessert definitely deserves to be on this list of Halloween recipes easy and healthy.
All you need to do is to cut the apples to form a mouth, then coat with butter and place the sunflower seeds before putting the strawberry slices! Indeed, these healthy fruity desserts are absolutely easy to make!
After you’ve prepared some of these Halloween Recipes, easy and healthy you might feel in need of a Low Carb Pumpkin Spice Latte