It’s that time of year again when we splurge in weird makeup, glitters and fake blood, ready to celebrate the spookiest night of the year. Most of our influencers end up being appointed to bring delicious Halloween-inspired treats (and that’s when we come to rescue!)

Let’s celebrate in true Health Bloggers style.

What a better way to start than an avocado toast with a twist. This recipe from Healthy and Psyched includes two of my favourite foods that are naturally green: AVOCADO and PEAS.


If you are looking to spice up your brunch, this is definitely an option for you! Similarly, you can impress your friends with some spooky treats by simply using a mighty banana, just like The Growing Butterfly is showing us:

“There isn’t a lot of ingredients at all, nor is the method very complicated so these little snacks can be made in no time. It is the freezing time that will have you tapping your feet in anticipation to eat them. I must warn you, that they are fiddly and you may have to result to licking your fingers to get the mixture off them.”

Credits: The Growing Butterfly

Give her Trick or Treat Boo Sticks a go!

Still looking at some treats to have handy for hungry kids going from door to door, the Ginger Vegan shared with us her chocolate pumpkin rolls made with 85% Mulu chocolate, organic, raw, vegan and utterly delicious chocolate.

Credits: @gingervegan

If you feel like giving your veggies a makeover, we’d recommend you to carve your bell peppers and stuff them with your favourite fillings. This hearty, Halloween-perfect mealtime idea from Miss Marzipan is sure to please veg-loving diners of all ages!


If you are thinking about trying out some creative Halloween recipes, check out these spiders by Laura from @mangoandbliss for Missfitsnutrition.

Credits: @mangoandbliss

Spiders (makes 10):

All you need is one banana, 1/2 cup oats and 2 Missfitsnutrition sachets (flavour of choice).
Mash banana and mix with the remaining ingredients, then roll into balls with your hands and place on a baking tray. Bake for 10 min To decorate use pretzels for legs and white chocolate chips for eyes.