I mean, can it get any more gruesome than a brain covered in blood?! This dish is guaranteed to get squeals of delight as you slice and serve the brain! What is more, not only will everyone be getting a nice dose of vegetables, but with the addition of whole wheat bread and almonds to the Romesco sauce, they’ll also benefit from some whole grains and protein!
This takes the crowd-pleasing classic, deviled eggs, and turns it into a creepy delight. Everyone will get a nice dose of protein when they enjoy these and a good chuckle as they eat “eyes!”
Is there anything creepier than disembodied fingers?! These gruesome treats are sweetened only by the dates and also offer a nice dose of protein and healthy fats with the nuts and peanut butter. And once Halloween is over and you’ve sees how amazingly simple they are to make, you will be able to easily make your own version of Luna bars whenever you want (and for a lot less money)!
If you love the subtle sweetness of butternut squash, this version which takes that up just a notch is sure to please! It’s also a great way to introduce these lovely, super nutritious vegetable to skeptical kiddos.
The pears are divine served with vanilla ice cream or chopped and stirred into Greek yogurt. (Thanks to Scrambler Ann Shioji for the recipe.)