Sugar Free Halloween Party Recipes

Healthy, Nutritional, Fun and Exciting Ideals for Children Parties

The time of year when children want to play and eat candy is also a time when diabetic children are left out of so many activities. Not any more!

Halloween is here, and it's time to party. Children who are diabetic or have special needs want to be a part of celebrations too. Having a party and inviting their friends over will lift their spirits and warm their hearts. Teaching children who are not diabetic how to eat health is a good thing.


Frozen Blood Yogurt Popsicle

  • 2 kilos of plain yogurt
  • 1/2 cup of milk or alternative
  • 1/4 cup of honey or stevia
  • 1 pint of frozen cherries
  • Juice of one lemon
Drain the yogurt of the whey, until you have a thick cheese. This will take several hours. Place the yogurt, milk, sweetener and frozen cherries in a blender and pulse until the yogurt and berries are mixed. Add in the juice of one lemon. Pulse again. Pour into popsicle trays. Freeze for one day.

Note: For lactose tolerant children, leave out the milk and reduce the lemon juice. Any fruit may be used if cherries are not available.


Punch With Blood Frozen Yogurt

Put sugar-free 7-up in a large punch bowl. Freeze the above recipe in a round mold or if possible find a Halloween mold. Make sure the 7-up is very cold. Place the large frozen yogurt mold in the middle of the 7-up and let is melt slightly. Have some decorated Halloween cups to serve the punch in.


Fiddle Faddle - Sugar Free

  • 10 cups of popped corn
  • 2 cups of cashews
  • 2 cups of peanuts
  • 2 cups of almonds
  • 1 cup of pretzel sticks
Place all the above in a large bowl and sprinkle with some melted butter and parmesan cheese. Serve in small Halloween cups.


Chocolate Date Bars - Sugar Free

In a food processor put the following:

  • 1 cup of walnuts
  • 1 cup of almonds
  • 1 cup of pistachios
  • 2 teaspoons of unsweetened cocoa
  • 4 ounces of unsweetened chocolate
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
Chop the nuts by pulsing them until they are small chunks. Then add in:
  • 1 cup of date paste or more as needed
  • 1/2 cup cup of sesame seeds
  • 1/4 cup of ground flax seeds
Add a bit a water as needed. Press in a pan using a non stick spray. Make sure to press down firmly and then refrigerate for at least 4 hours. Cut into small squares. If chocolate is not desired, increase the cocoa and add a bit more water.

Purchase small Halloween bags and orange and brown ribbon. In each small bag put a cassette tape of music for Halloween, some toasted pumpkin seeds and money. Money is the clincher here. When children have money, they forget about candy for sure.

Happy Halloween and may all the children of the world be happy this Halloween. Trick or Treat parties are fun and relaxing and all the treats above can be served at adult parties also.

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