You have probably been on the paleo diet for a while, so you already know the types of snacks you can enjoy. Making them Halloween-appropriate can be a super fun task. Kids will love it too! It’s a great way to get kids to stay Paleo when their friends are eating sugar-filled Halloween treats.
Ghost Bananas are so easy to make! Just slice some smaller bananas in half, then add any type of nut, fruit, or dark cacao chip as the eyes and mouth. And voila, you have a ghost banana! You can even dip the top of the bananas in some melted white chocolate or coconut if you allow those things on your Paleo plan. But, that’s totally optional.
Believe it or not, these are even easier than the Ghost Bananas! Just peel some tangerines and they automatically look like pumpkins. Add some thinly sliced celery on top to create the pumpkin stem. So simple, and so cute!
Spider Deviled Eggs
Make deviled eggs. Be sure to use Paleo-friendly ingredients. Then cut some black olives and place on top in the form of spiders. So simple and so realistic looking. These are great for bringing to Halloween events and parties when you want to make something that is okay to have for anyone on the paleo diet. You can use paleo mayo to create the filling for the deviled eggs, with a little bit of mustard. Add the filling to the hard-boiled eggs that are sliced in half, then cut black olives into the spider body, head, and legs.
Bacon Mummy Fingers
These are a much heavier Halloween snack or even meal. You are going to use processed meat, which is usually only allowed in limited quantities on the paleo diet. Remember to choose your meat carefully and don’t get sausage or bacon with a lot of preservatives. Get the really high-quality stuff, such as what your grocery deli or local butcher provides you with. You want to cook the sausages, then wrap the bacon around them for the last few minutes. They look just like creepy mummy fingers.
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