Way to treat yourself for Halloween
This Halloween treat yourself to healthy protein filled snacks, fruits and vegetables instead of filling up on Halloween junk.
Be a creature of healthy habits this Halloween and throughout the holiday season.
Then after all the treats make sure you brush your pearly white teeth to prevent cavities.
Check out these fun healthy holiday treats and share your creation with us using the hashtag #xhsfoodie
Spider deviled eggs
Recipe from Sunset
Serves about 6
6 hard-boiled eggs
3 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 tablespoon minced shallot
1 teaspoon white vinegar
1 teaspoon mustard
Salt and pepper to taste
Whole black olives
Once hard-boiled eggs have cooled, carefully peel off shell and discard. Cut each egg in half vertically, scoop out the yolk and place into a large bowl.
Add mayonnaise, minced shallot, white vinegar, salt and pepper and mustard to the bowl, mix to combine. Add additional mayonnaise and salt and pepper to taste. Fill each egg half with about 1 tablespoons of filling.
To make spiders, cut the olives in half. Place one half of the olive cut side down in the middle of the egg filling. Cut the rest of the olive into slices vertically. Then, position four olive slices around the olive in the center (to create spider legs).
Garnish with spider webs and enjoy!
1 pkg. white chocolate or almond bark
chocolate sprinkles or chocolate chips
Line a baking sheet with wax paper
Slice the tops off of your strawberries.
Melt chocolate as directed on package
Dip the pointed end of the strawberries in the chocolate and lay them, flat end down on the baking sheet. Apply sprinkles or chocolate chips for the eyes and mouth.
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