Looking for a fiendishly good treat for your favorite little ghouls and goblins this Halloween? How about some gruesome pies oozing with tart berry goodness? These little pies may look scary, but they are pretty sweet!
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Ah yes, Halloween. So many ooey, gooey, sticky, sugary treats, enough to make your teeth rot, which may serve you well if you’re thinking of dressing up as a zombie. But if zombie teeth, weight gain and diabetes aren’t the result you want from this ghoulish holiday, check out some of my favorite ways to get the same “frightening” look and taste without the Frankenstein ingredients!
These little mummies are a modified apple dumpling that uses scraps of pastry dough to simulate bandages, apple slices for the bodies, and little bits of dry cranberry for the spooky, otherworldly eyes!
Make these completely unprocessed chocolate clusters and prove to everyone that you can have your treat without any tricks!
Kids can enjoy Halloween without stuffing their faces or making it all about the candy. Their childhood won’t be ruined. They won’t turn all binge-y and weird and scarf every multicolored sugar nugget the minute they get the chance. Really. They won’t. That’s a myth.
I offer to you the perfect unprocessed Halloween treat: Maple popcorn balls.
Kimberly Morales’ Honey Nut Amaranth Alegrias certainly fit the bill for an unprocessed halloween treat!
Amber Stott haunts the streets of Sacramento, California, and bedevils her readers by Living’ La Vida Locavore and blogging about it at Awake at the Whisk, which celebrates conscious eating that’s good for the planet and good for you, too! Today she shares her Halloween memories,along with a devilishly-good recipe for Data Cocoa-Nut Candy (unprocessed, of course)!