8 Spooky but Diabetes-Friendly Halloween Recipes

Everyone talks about treats during Halloween, which can be frustrating for those who regularly carb count. Fortunately, you can still celebrate the occasion without the sugar overload. You just need to get your creative juices flowing while preparing any of the low-carb recipes below.

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Spooky Mini Cheesecake Ghost Bites

If you’re looking for an alternative to candies and sweets during Halloween, these no-bake, fluffy, and flavorful ghost bites won’t disappoint. It takes 15 minutes to prepare them and an hour or two to set in the refrigerator. If you have kids, let them add the chocolate chips for the eyes.

Bloody Pumpkin Peppers

Carve a face into your bell pepper before filling it with the ground meat mixture. When cooked, it will look like an aging Jack-o-Lantern. Top it with mozzarella and marinara sauce, and you seemingly have brains and blood oozing out of Jack’s head.

sugar-free mummy recipe

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Halloween Cookie Dough Mummy Treats

Turn your edible cooking dough into something creepy but fun. Shape the dough into small ovals and cover them with layers of melted sugar-free white chocolate. You can make them ahead of time and store them in the fridge for your trick-or-treaters!

Graveyard Chicken Enchilada Dip

If you opt for something Mexican to celebrate Halloween, try this chicken enchilada dip. It’s easy to make, flexible, and addictively delicious. Decorate it with keto or low-carb crackers as tombstones for the eerie feel.

witches finger breadstick

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Witch Finger Breadsticks

Make these witch finger breadsticks with fathead dough, basil, and garlic for snacks. The breadsticks are tasty as they are, but if you’re craving for tomato flavor, you can dip them in marinara sauce.

Halloween Cucumber Spiders

This may seem fiddly to prepare, but your kids will love decorating your sliced cucumbers with olive spiders. If you want to divert their attention from sweets to something equally fun and delicious, a kitchen session with this recipe can be a terrific way to go.

spooky deviled eggs

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Deviled Egg Eyeballs

If you’re thinking of having deviled eggs as a healthy appetizer for Halloween, you might as well get creative and make its spooky version. You only need to add green or black olives for the eyes, and then sprinkle paprika or add chili sauce to make it look bloodshot.

Eggplant Jack-O-Lantern Pizzas

This is another recipe your kids will love. Bake eggplant slices, add sauce and cheese for flavor, and then decorate them with Jack-o-Lantern faces using sliced pepperoni, ham, or bacon. The best thing about this nutritious pizza? No kneading and rolling needed!

What other interesting Halloween recipes do you recommend for those following a low-carb diet? Share with us how you celebrate this occasion at the dining table.

Diabetes-Friendly Halloween Recipes

Source: diabetesdaily.com

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