Even though the highlight of Halloween is going trick-or-treating to collect candy from the neighbors, many parents don’t want their children to snack on sugar all night long. While a little treat is a fun part of the experience, you can also offer healthy snack alternatives to feed your family with nutritious ingredients.
Simple Halloween Party Mix
A Halloween snack mix is a great way to maintain the festive holiday activities, pairing a bit of sweet with healthy add-ins. This party mix is popular for people of all ages and can be enjoyed by the handful whenever someone needs a snack.
You can choose the ingredients of your choice. For best results, stick to Halloween-themed colors, such as yellow, orange, black, white, and brown. Also, make sure to mix in sweet and salty ingredients to create a dynamic flavor that you will love.
Here are a few ingredient options you might add to your snack mix recipe:
- Dry roasted mixed nuts
- Candy corn
- Candy pumpkins
- Peanut butter-flavored crackers
- Fish-shaped crackers
- Plain pretzels
- Miniature marshmallows
- Chocolate or yogurt covered pretzels
- Peanut butter cups
Consider mixing in our Nature’s Garden Keto Snack mix to add protein and probiotic cheese balls.
Spice Up the Party Mix
If you want to add a bit of spooky fun to your Halloween snack mix, use candy eyeballs in the combination. Also, make sure to serve the mixture in a decorative bowl, such as a ceramic pumpkin. Alternatively, you can provide the snack mix in individual servings, using small orange-colored cups or Halloween-themed muffin cups to hold the mixture.
This party mix is a great option to leave on the counter as a snack throughout the day. Or, take a bag of the snack mix when you go to a Halloween party or trick-or-treating
If you need healthy snacks for the holidays, then Nature’s Garden has got you covered. We offer a variety of snack packs and Keto-friendly treats. Having these delicious options on hand will help you stay ahead of the hunger so you can reduce the amount of Halloween candy you are eating this year.