Healthier Halloween Treats

Healthier Halloween Treats

Hi friends! Happy weekend-before-Halloween! This time of year was always a favorite for me growing up… not so much for the halloween candy, but for the homemade chocolate pumpkin-y treats that my mom would bake. I liked a good 3 Musketeers bar, but I loved pumpkin brownies and cookies even more. So in the spirit of things that won’t get stuck in your teeth, here are some homemade favorites that I’ve made and a few tasty treats from others’ sites that had me drooling this week:

Pictured above: Vegan Chocolate PB&J Cups

Buttercup Squash Crumble Bars / Almond Butter Brown Rice Crispy Treats

Sweet Harvest Pumpkin Ice Cream

Almost Raw Brownies with Maple Ganache from Oh Lady Cakes

Vegan White Chocolate Cups from Will Frolic for Food

Bittersweet Chocolate Pepita Butter Bites from Not without Salt

Grain-free Mini Pumpkin Cashew Cheesecakes from Tasty Yummies

Carrot Coffee & Chocolate Scones from Faring Well

Vegan Twix Tart from Wallflower Kitchen

Coconut Twix Bars from This Rawsome Vegan Life

Raw Snickers from Our Holistic Kitchen

Vegan Snickers Ice Cream Cake from Pickles & Honey

Pumpkin Date Caramel Cakes from Camille Styles

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  1. Sabrina from newkitchenlife.com
    10.29.2016

    thanks for all of these links! It’s always nice to have a bunch of healthier options

  2. Oh my goodness these peanut butter and jelly cups! I’ll take a handful right now <3 who needs processed sugar when you have this list of treats! Blushing you included my scones amongst these stellar recipes, sheesh! Thank you and happy (almost) halloween Jeanine! xx

  3. Those squash crumble bars are calling my name. And thank you for including my Twixt Tart! Have a great Halloween 🙂

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