As trick or treating will be limited this year. We thought cooking together could be a fun alternative activity for parents and little ones alike. If you're looking for healthy treats instead of buying sweets..why not try these recipes! All of them can me made to be vegetarian, dairy free and gluten free. (For you kids who are reading this, always ask an adult to help when using the oven or sharp instruments to chop things !)
- Stuffed Jack-O-Lantern peppers
3. Try making ghosts out of banana halves! Cut the banana in two, and use raisins for the eyes and mouth (or for an extra treat, you could also use a chocolate button!) If you fancy it pop the bananas on lolly sticks and put them in the freezer. And there you have it, frozen banana lollies!
4. Why not Halloween-i-fy your vegetables? Cut sweet potato, carrots, beets, potato, pumpkin into Halloween shapes and pop them in the oven (ghosts, witches hats, jack-o-lanterns)