The Fit Skool

by Kelly

Healthy Halloween Treats


Can you believe Halloween is tomorrow?!?

I really can’t, but I am super excited to see Ava in her Halloween Costume.

We all know the staple with Halloween is candy and more candy. Fortunately for me I’m really not a candy girl. Growing up my favorite was Reeses because as most of you know I love peanut butter. We also had M&M’s around a lot because my Mom loves them, so I guess I naturally like those too.

After a night of trick or treating, I would pretty much let my brothers and my dad eat all my halloween candy . I was never the kid that sat there and ate a million pieces, I would probably only have one or two and be over it.

Obviously you guys know I have to put a healthy twist on Halloween, it’s just what I do!! ;)

I was looking at making some fun treats that were kid and adult friendly but also healthy. Ava doesn’t eat chocolate but she does love bananas, so I decided to make these Ghost Bananas. Aren’t they cute?? They do have chocolate chips as the eyes and mouth but I took them out when she ate her breakfast.


Clementine Pumpkins… These pumpkins look adorable and they are SO easy to make!


To make them, Peel your clementines or tangerines and place a small celery stick inside! They would be really cute to add to your halloween party!


and for all you chocolate lovers out there, last night I made these Reeses Protein bites. (These are slightly addicting so watch out!!!)


Reeses Protein Bites

1 tbsp cocoa powder
1 tbsp peanut butter
1 tbsp honey
1 scoop Vanilla whey protein powder (or Chocolate)
1/2 cup oats
2 tbsp water
Mix ingredients with a spatula. Divide into 8 balls and chill for 30 minutes or eat right away :)
(Note: if they are still dry add a little more water)
These are great as a pre or post workout snack!

What is your favorite Halloween candy?

What are you or your kids dressing up as?

Author: Kelly @ The Fit Skool

I’m Kelly, a NASM personal trainer and group instructor, a former athlete, a wife and soon to be mommy. Health and Fitness is my passion and I am excited to share this journey with you!

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