These Keto Halloween Recipes are a healthy way to celebrate Halloween while sticking to your keto diet. As a keto dieter, you need to get creative during holiday celebrations such as Halloween.
Unfortunately, the holidays often come packed with good times and lots of sugar. But just because you’re trying to go low carb doesn’t mean you’ll miss out on all the fun! These recipes prove that you can still join in the trick or treat even when you’re on a low carb diet.
From Halloween deviled eggs to low-carb gummy worms, these Keto Halloween Recipes will get you into the spooky spirit without being haunted by those sugary treats!
But if it’s recipe for treats you are looking for then these 7 Healthy Keto Halloween Sweet Treats recipes will give you inspiration.
Keto Halloween Recipes
1. Halloween Deviled Eggs
These low carb Halloween deviled eggs from Step Away from the Carbs are the perfect addition to your spooky season spread. Preparing these deviled eggs might seem complicated, but they are surprisingly easy. In fact, you can ask the kids to join in the fun!
You can choose just one design, or if you have more time, you can make all three varieties, the spider, pumpkins, and the zombie’s eyes. Each egg contains approximately 1 g of net carbs per serving, perfect for any low-carb diet.
2. Low Carb Halloween Jack-o-Lantern Charcuterie Board
A Halloween charcuterie board filled with deliciously low-carb treats is the perfect way to snack in style this Halloween. This Low Carb Halloween Jack-o-Lantern Charcuterie Board from the Halfway Homesteaders is fun to make.
Charcuterie boards are an elegant display of meats, fruits, cheeses, chocolates, and other appetizers on a serving board. You’ll find many versions of Halloween-themed charcuterie boards online, but this particular charcuterie board uses low-carb treats, so it’s perfect for your low-carb diet.
Of course, you can always come up with your own charcuterie board, but make sure everything is low in carbs.
3. Low Carb Pumpkin Pie Recipe
Pumpkin often plays a significant role in the Halloween celebration. During Halloween, this round orange vegetable is hollowed out and cut to create a grimacing face and lit with a candle from the inside. Instead of throwing away the pumpkin carving leftovers, why don’t you make it into a puree and make pumpkin pies?
For a low carb version of your favorite pumpkin pie, check out this Low Carb Pumpkin Pie Recipe made by Maya Krampf of Wholesome Yum. It’s so easy to make, and all you need are a few ingredients.
For a slightly different version try this Low Carb Pumpkin Pie Recipe which uses Monk fruit sweetener instead of erithrytol.
4. Low Carb & Keto-Friendly Halloween Pizza
Made of blanched almond flour, mozzarella, and cream cheese, this low-carb Halloween pizza from Ashland of Luvashland.com is guaranteed to satisfy your pizza cravings while sticking to your low-carb diet.
This Halloween-themed pizza features a web with spiders, made using pesto sauce, cheese, and olives. You can create any spooky design that you want to match with the Halloween theme. This pizza tastes so good that it’s guaranteed to become a crowd favorite.
5. Halloween Keto Cauliflower “Brain” with Sweet and Spicy Curry Sauce
With only 1.5 grams of net carbs per half a cup, the cauliflower is a great veggie to add to your keto diet. There are many ways to cook cauliflower, but if you want to give it a Halloween twist, check out this Keto Cauliflower Brain from Karissa Long and Katie Austin
of the Clean Keto Lifestyle.
This is basically a roasted cauliflower made to look like a bloody brain. But what makes this Keto Halloween recipe taste even more delicious is the curry sauce, made with avocado oil, red curry paste, and chili powder. Stick a knife in the middle, and this dish can make for a perfect centerpiece in your Halloween Dinner table.
6. Spooky Halloween Eyeball Keto Cookies
This roundup of keto Halloween recipes would not be complete without a recipe for cookies. Halloween is the perfect time to bake themed cookies. If you need inspiration for a low-carb Halloween cookie, these spooky eyeball keto cookies from Martina of the Keto Diet App would be a great recipe to try.
The cookies are made with almond butter, coconut butter, and Stevia. As for the eye decoration, the author used pumpkin seed butter and black tahini sesame paste. All ingredients are guaranteed low carb, and each cookie contains only 2.8 grams of net carbs.
7. Keto Halloween Cupcakes
When it comes to Halloween desserts, cupcakes are usually on top of the list. They are delicious and easy to decorate with any Halloween design of your choice. If you need inspiration for your Halloween cupcakes, check out these Keto Halloween cupcakes from Angela recipe creator at Keto Vegetarian Recipes.
The cupcakes are made using keto-approved ingredients such as coconut flour, unsweetened cocoa powder, butter, and almond milk. For the frosting, you can use any canned pumpkin puree. But read the label to make sure that it’s low in carbs. Feel free to decorate the cupcakes with any spooky design that you want.
8. Spider Web Sugar-free Halloween Cake
When it comes to Halloween cake, you can follow this Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Cake Recipe from Carolyn of All Day I Dream About Food. This sugar-free cake is made using a Swerve Chocolate Cake Mix, although it’s also possible to make it from scratch.
Carolyn provides a link for her Low Carb Chocolate cake recipe to follow if you want to make the cake from scratch. As for the spider web design, you can use peanut butter frosting or any low-carb frosting of your choice.
9. Low Carb Strawberry Margarita Gummy Worms
Kids are not the only ones who are into gummies, even adults love to munch these gelatin-based chewable sweets, too! But just because you’re now trying to go low-carb does not mean you have to give up these indulgences. The key is to make your own low-carb gummies.
If you need inspiration, here’s a Low-carb Strawberry Margarita Gummy Worms recipe from Kyndra of Peace, Love, and Low Carb. But take note, this Keto Halloween recipe contains alcoholic drinks, so you have to keep them away from kids.
But if you want to share some of these treats with the little ones, don’t add the tequila. All the other ingredients are keto-approved, and each gummy worm contains only 1.8 grams of net carbs.