Creep the kids out with these snacks that look scary but are all good.
Looking for a Halloween night snack that's both healthy and festive? This skeletal array fits the bill, no bones about it -- just assorted fresh vegetables and a bowl of dip arranged in the shape of a spooky cat.
Hungry goblins will love getting their hands on these crunchy carrot snacks.
These toothsome treats are a fun and healthy break from Halloween sweets.
These edible peepers may be a frightful sight, but here's the good news: made with three kinds of dried fruit, they're naturally sweet and nutritious.
Looking for a treat that truly embodies the spirit of Halloween? Try serving some of these flavorful phantoms.
Made from nothing more than a small, round seedless watermelon, this spooky cerebral creation is bound to turn heads.
Disguises aren't just for Halloween. Surprise your family with these dressed-up, spooky-looking snacks any time of year.
It wouldn't be Halloween without a skeleton -- in this case, one that's been reassembled into a pile of tasty bones to pick.
Our healthy, fruity version of a jack-o'-lantern is a great Halloween party treat.
A quick and delicious avocado dip for your Halloween party.
Looking for an unusual treat? Serve up a bowl of creepy peepers.
These cheesy monster digits fit the bill for Halloween.
This ghoulish girl is quite a sight, with her shocking orange hair. Her hat's a cone, her mouth an apple, her head is half a pear!
These little creatures are a great way to get your kids to eat a couple vegetables.
Here's a Halloween trick your child will have no trouble pulling off--turning a ripe banana into a Halloween treat.
Black Bean Cat Crudités
Monster Mash Dip
Pear Witch Project