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Keto Halloween Recipes: Spooky Treats That Will Keep You Keto

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  Published on October 24th, 2022
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Halloween treats made from keto recipes

Halloween isn’t just fun for the kids; it’s a unique holiday celebrated every year on October 31. This tradition began with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people lit bonfires and wore costumes to fend off ghosts. Halloween has since evolved into a time of festive gatherings, costumes, trick-or-treating, jack-o-lanterns, and, of course, candy!

It can be difficult to stick to the keto lifestyle when the kids are munching on lots of chocolate or when you’re surrounded by delicious-looking party treats you know aren’t keto-approved. But going low-carb doesn’t mean you have to give up everything tasty this Halloween.

There are plenty of great low-carb alternatives to your Halloween favorites. Don’t let Halloween be the reason you guzzled all that sugar and fell off the keto wagon. Instead, try some of the following keto Halloween recipes for snacks, candy, treats and meals you can delight in when this spooky holiday comes around.

Keto Halloween Meal Recipes

Given the time of year, why not try these creative Jack-o-lantern stuffed bell peppers? Or set your broomstick aside and stir up a witches brew soup that combines sausages, bacon strips, onion, bone broth, heavy cream, and kale!

Get into the mood for fall with this maple-glazed ham, keto cauli mac ‘n’ cheese, or a simple old-fashioned chicken soup.

Bring on the Pumpkin

Keto pumpkin soup in bowls

The wonderful flavor and versatility of the vibrant pumpkin are celebrated during Halloween and fall. But pumpkin recipes don’t have to be sweet. Like other squashes, pumpkin is super versatile in savory dishes. And you’ll be less likely to succumb to the temptation to eat sugary Halloween candy and desserts if you’re satiated from a nourishing keto meal, like this pumpkin keto chili or this creamy pumpkin soup.

Of course, there’s a reason people love pumpkin in desserts: it’s delicious! Bring on the pumpkin sweetness with these keto Halloween pumpkin recipes:

Keto Halloween Snacks

You’ll also be less likely to give in to cravings for Halloween candy and desserts if you’re prepared with keto Halloween snacks or quick easy-to-make meals. Keep it simple with the following:

As winter approaches and the end of the year nears, you might want to try something different, like this acai bowl or a keto cereal or porridge

Keto Halloween Candy

Yes, it is possible to have candy on keto. Instead of traditional gummy candies, chew on these keto gummies instead. You can even use a worm-shaped candy mold to make keto Halloween gummy worms! All you need is four simple ingredients: water, sugar-free jello, unflavored gelatin, and a flavored water enhancer.

You might also like these keto candied walnuts. Walnuts are shaped like a brain (for a Halloween touch!) and are beneficial for your brain health. If you’re a caramel lover, indulge in keto caramel candy. Or, kick it up a notch with keto candied bacon or this Halloween chocolate candy sweetened with stevia.

Classic Halloween Treats–Ketofied 

When you think of Halloween candy, you might reminisce about your childhood and envision the old classics like Snickers and Three Musketeers bars. Maybe you’re craving a sweet slushy or a warm hot chocolate. While the originals definitely aren’t low-carb, you can recreate your favorite classics with these inventive and deliciously similar keto Halloween candy recipes:

Keto peanut butter cup dessert

 If you don’t want to make your own peanut butter cups, try keto-friendly Quest peanut butter cups. Yes, they’re real!

Fun, Spooky Keto Treats

Start your day with a green goblin breakfast shake or conjure up these ghost cookies and impress your friends and family! You’d be surprised what you can do with ingredients like egg whites, sugar-free vanilla syrup, sugar-free dark chocolate chips, and coconut oil. 

Get creative with one of these spooky keto Halloween treat recipes: 

Keto Alcohol Tips

Alcohol tends to show up at Halloween parties, but too much means goodbye to ketosis. Instead of steering away from your fitness or wellness goals, try the one-drink rule.

You could enjoy a keto-friendly drink recipe, like this rumchata, a Moscow mule, or a cinnamon apple fall cocktail.

Check out our article for detailed info on keto-friendly alcohol, including how to navigate the holidays and stay low-carb.

Steph Green is a content writer specializing in and passionate about healthcare, wellness, and nutrition. Steph has worked with marketing agencies, written medical books for doctors like ‘Untangling the Web of Dysfunction,’ and her poetry book ‘Words that Might Mean Something.’ In 2016, after four years of struggling with her own health problems and painful autoimmune disease, Steph developed a life-changing and extensive knowledge of keto, nutrition, and natural medicine. She continues on her healing journey and enjoys helping others along the way.

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