I have the best chocolate cupcakes ideas for Halloween, plus other healthy tricks and treats and treats for your little ghosts and goblins.
Better yet? These recipes will keep you and yours from drowning in this season of sugary sweets.
But first, let’s start with my gluten free, grain free, dairy free, nut free, Chocolate Cupcakes for Halloween.
Does it get any more allergy free than that? These cupcakes are perfect for everyone!
While we can no longer give out homemade treats to our trick-or-treaters, my Halloween Cupcakes Ideas are perfect for gatherings and parties, and they scream celebration to your ghoulish guests.
My boys and their friends went gaga for these homemade cupcakes when they were little.
I hope you enjoy these festive Halloween treats as much as we do!
Here are some amazingly spooky yet adorable cupcakes for your gluten free boys and girls.
Many of you have made these cupcakes and know that this one pot recipe is incredibly simple to throw together.
All you need to do is place coconut flour, cacao, salt, and baking soda in a food processor, then pulse in eggs, coconut oil, and honey.
Bake, cool, frost, and bam, you’re done.
With seven ingredients total, this recipe for healthy cupcakes is a time-saving home run.
The frosting is an easy recipe as well and has only three healthy ingredients –dark chocolate, coconut oil, and vanilla.
After you make it, put it into a pastry bag with your favorite tip.
I’m not sure which tip number I used as none of my piping tips are labeled, so apologies in advance for not being able to answer that question.
My older son is a total chocoholic, and so is Mr. Pantry. Baby Pantry, on the other hand, loves all things fruity and vanilla.
If you’re interested in more than cupcakes, I’ve compiled my favorite healthy homemade Halloween desserts for you below.
I hope you’re able to find the perfect Halloween treat to make for your little ghosts and goblins.
Looking for a low carb treat for Halloween? My Brownies Recipe from Scratch will rock your world!
These Keto Brownies are made with eight ingredients and use macadamia nuts instead of flour as their base.
Add in baker’s chocolate, eggs, coconut oil, erythritol, stevia, salt, baking soda, and there you have it! Healthy low carb brownies.
Because these contain erythritol, I can’t eat them, but my family adores this low carb recipe and, so do readers in need of Keto Diet Healthy Recipes.
Gummy Bears for Halloween? Bear with me for a moment.
These adorable candies have four ingredients and, you can make your own colors by adjusting the juice you use.
For Halloween, I use orange juice and grape juice to get orange and black gummies.
This is another recipe that my boys loved growing up and one that I could feel great about making for them, given the high protein, low sugar content!
Are chocolate desserts that are easy to make your thing? My 3 Ingredient Low Carb Fudge is another no-brainer for Halloween.
When it feels like your family is drowning in candy made with high-fructose corn syrup, my 3 Ingredient Low Carb Fudge will save you!
Chocolate chips, coconut milk, and vanilla powder are all you need to throw together this low carb dessert.
My Keto Fat Bombs Chocolate Chip & Mint is an easy keto dessert recipe that will fill you with fat rather than carbs, which spike your blood sugar.
Interested in learning more? If so, I have a post on Intermittent Fasting for Beginners that will help you understand the benefits of burning fat for fuel.
What’s your favorite Halloween treat to make for this spooky holiday? Leave a comment and let me know!
This post is an oldie but goodie from the archives. I first shared my Chocolate Cupcake Ideas for Halloween in 2013.