3 Healthy Vegan Halloween Snacks the Kids Will Scream For

3 Healthy Vegan Halloween Snacks the Kids Will Scream For

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Easy, healthy vegan Halloween snacks made with rice cakes and allergy friendly ingredients and no-sugar. These festive rice cakes include a pumpkin, monster, and bat! Kid friendly and great for parties.

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I love Halloween! It’s one of those holidays where adults can’t help but feel like a kid again. I still get excited about planning the perfect costume, and the perfect Halloween menu of course!

One thing I’m not crazy about when it comes to Halloween is ALL the candy. Don’t get me wrong, I love chocolate. But the amount of candy, sugar and treats that are loaded onto my kids during Halloween leaves me spinning.

I have no problem with them enjoying the joys of trick-or-treating, but all the other candy and sweets they’re given throughout the Halloween season is a bit much.

When I was coming up with a fun and healthy Halloween snack I decided to put the sugary sweet treats to the sidelines in my effort to bring a little balance back to this holiday.

My vegan sugar-free rice cakes are festive, cute, and delicious without any added sugar.

Healthy Vegan Halloween Snack Ingredients:

  • Rice Cakes
  • Red Pepper Hummus
  • Cucumber
  • Carrot
  • Avocado Spread
  • Blue Tortilla Chips
  • Chia Seeds
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Pumpkin Rice Cakes

Ingredients: Rice cakes, roasted red pepper hummus, blue tortilla chips, cucumbers.

Instructions: Spread the roasted red pepper hummus evenly over the rice cake. Take a blue tortilla chip and break it into five small triangles. Arrange two the small triangles to make the eyes, one triangle to make the nose, and the last remaining triangles to make the mouth. Thinly slice a cucumber to make the stem.

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Monster Rice Cakes

Ingredients: Rice cakes, avocado spread, carrots, chia seeds, cucumber, red pepper hummus.

Instructions: Spread the avocado spread evenly over the rice cake. Slice carrots (I used baby carrots) into circles. Use two circular carrots for the eyes.Break apart a small crumb from the blue tortilla chips to use as the center of the eyes. Using hummus stick the two circular carrot pieces to the outside of the rice cake to make the bolts. Sprinkle chia seeds on top of the rice cake to make the hair (about 1 tsp), and a small amount of chia seeds in a line to make the mouth.

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Bat Rice Cakes

Ingredients: Rice cakes, tortilla chips, cucumber, red pepper hummus.

Instructions: Spread a small amount of hummus on the back corner of the tortilla chips to act as glue to stick onto the rice cake in the center with the tips of the triangles of the tortillas touching. Cut carrots into circles. Spread a bit of hummus on the back of the carrots and stick on top of the tortilla chips. Cut cucumber into small circle of square and place on top of carrots. You can use a bit of hummus to help them stick.

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3 Healthy Vegan Halloween Snacks

Easy, healthy vegan Halloween snacks made with rice cakes and allergy friendly ingredients and no-sugar. These festive rice cakes include a pumpkin, monster, and bat! Kid friendly and great for parties.
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time0 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Servings: 3
Calories: 198kcal

Ingredients

  • 3 rice cakes
  • 1/4 cup red pepper hummus
  • 2 tbsp avocado spread
  • 1 tbsp chia seeds
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 cucumber
  • 3 blue tortilla chips

Instructions

  • Pumpkin: Spread the roasted red pepper hummus evenly over the rice cake. Take a blue tortilla chip and break it into five small triangles. Arrange two the small triangles to make the eyes, one triangle to make the nose, and the last remaining triangles to make the mouth. Thinly slice a cucumber to make the stem.
  • Monster: Spread the avocado spread evenly over the rice cake. Slice carrots (I used baby carrots) into circles. Use two circular carrots for the eyes.Break apart a small crumb from the blue tortilla chips to use as the center of the eyes. Using hummus stick the two circular carrot pieces to the outside of the rice cake to make the bolts. Sprinkle chia seeds on top of the rice cake to make the hair (about 1 tsp), and a small amount of chia seeds in a line to make the mouth.
  • Bat: Spread a small amount of hummus on the back corner of the tortilla chips to act as glue to stick onto the rice cake in the center with the tips of the triangles of the tortillas touching. Cut carrots into circles. Spread a bit of hummus on the back of the carrots and stick on top of the tortilla chips. Cut cucumber into small circle of square and place on top of carrots. You can use a bit of hummus to help them stick.

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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    These are adorable. They are everything my grandkids eat and they will have fun making them too!

  2. 5 stars
    Omgosh, these are so stinkin’ adorable… and you’re right, so healthy too! Can’t wait to try these with the kids!

  3. 5 stars
    These are a great way to have kids make healthy treats and then want to eat them! Such cute ideas. Thanks for sharing!

  4. These are cute and clever, and certainly as yummy as they could be!

  5. 5 stars
    This is so cute and an healthier option with kids. My kids to love this creativity for sure.

  6. 5 stars
    Love having fun with food like this! My kids will enjoy not only making these, but eating them too!

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