I know, I’m completely nuts about Halloween! I just love those strangest days in the year when I can let my imagination fly without restrictions and create the weirdest and creepiest recipes.
I’m not alone, during Halloween the whole America seems to get somehow crazy — and that is even encouraged. All sorts of imaginative creations astonish, you can find anything starting from understated and elegant handiwork to the most stomach-churning efforts.
Here are some of my favorite Halloween recipes. They are all great for a healthy, low-carb Halloween party. I wanted to include a wide scale of everything to provide something for everybody and for every party.
Are you ready for the ride, starting from the most elegant recipes and ending to the creepiest, grossest and weirdest low-carb Halloween recipes? Perfect your Halloween party with these resourceful creations!
Let’s start with an elegant treat, I can’t help myself but just drool over these oh-so-scrumptious-looking treats:
Look at these marvelous Halloween colors! I bet those cookies taste great as well:
Healthy avocado combined with chocolate is always a hit. The creepy green — though natural — color makes these tidbits perfect for Halloween. I bet that especially kids adore them:
What says better “fall” than pumpkin? Pumpkin-shaped cut-out cookies make a great Halloween treat for kids and adults alike:
Can you call poo cute? Maybe these Cream Cheese Clouds aka “Ghost Poo” would be perfect candidates for that. Well, the idea is sure funny:
And what would Halloween be without creepy cocktails? Here is a great variation on the old classic, Bloody Mary. Decorated with an edible bat, it complements adults’ Halloween party in a perfect way:
found from The Rogue Cookie
This wild, color-changing drink is perfect especially for kids’ party:
Eyeballs are a sure-fire hit on Halloween. How about these edible eyeballs by ABC News with carrots, cream cheese and olives?
What would Halloween be without witches? Make sure to include these Witches Broom snacks in your low-carb Halloween offerings:
With Skeleton and Brain Dip by Kraft, can the Halloween get any funnier and healthier than that?
Deviled eggs are also easy to dress up for Halloween. They are naturally low in carbs, making them perfect for any low-carb Halloween party:
found from Sunset.com
Here is another take on deviled eggs with autumnal pumpkin look, what a marvelous idea!
by Tadka Pasta
Even Martha Stewart is getting into Halloween mood!
These are one of my favorite Halloween treats! So simple, yet so creative:
Even very simple things make perfect Halloween offerings when cut out accordingly:
You can easily make great and healthy Halloween snacks. Use colorful veggies and let your imagination fly. Parents.com provides a great snack idea in colors of candy corn.
Another recipe with fantastic Halloween-style veggies from Edible Crafts can be found here. Note the olives, another often used healthy treat for Halloween.
Talking about olives, here is a cute olive snake:
Let’s have some more olives by My Recipes. Those crawlers look really creepy!
This Eyeball Caprese gave me inspiration for mini mozzarella cucumber olive eyeball snacks for my Halloween party last year:
I just adore these Monster Claws, ghoulishly yummy low-carb Halloween treats:
Now we are getting gross. This Meat Hand is nasty-looking and delicious at the same time!
by Not Martha
Another stomach-churning creation, “smashed toad brains with curdled blood” aka Halloween Spread:
Body parts are an irremovable part of Halloween. How about some yummy brains with some “blood” inside?
Finally, meet the Meathead, one of the grossest Halloween creations ever invented!
found from The Rogue Cookie
You might want to check my Pinterest collection for even more ideas for Halloween-inspired low-carb food.
P.S. I got into Halloween mood already last week when I got my nails done. Credit goes to Taru Civil at Hoitola Hile.