Healthy Snacks For You To Munch On this Halloween

nutrition program Boston, MA If there’s one thing to know about Halloween it’s that there is more candy around during this time of year than any other time; especially if you have little kids. If you are training for a bodybuilding competition or if you just got liposuction done from Dr. Rick Silverman, then you know that sugary foods like candy may as well be enemy number one. So, what are some healthier snacks that you can eat so that you don’t gain unwanted weight back? Let’s take a closer look.

Celery Fingers

One fun thing that you can make are spooky celery fingers. All you have to do is get some organic celery sticks, spread some organic, sugar-free almond butter on top, and then top them with things like cacao chips or coconut chips and you’ve got a healthy snack that will curb your sugar cravings.

Mummy Bites

Another yummy Halloween snack that you can make and indulge in without any guilt is some homemade mummy bites. All you have to do is get a small slice of turkey or chicken, roll it up, grab some string cheese, and unstring it so it’s in a bunch of pieces. Then, wrap the string cheese prices around the lunch meat so that it looks like a mummy, and voila! You now have another protein filled low-fat Halloween snack.

Spider Ice

If you really want to add a little bit of festivity to your pre-workout or your water at the gym, then consider making some homemade spider ice cubes with plastic spiders inside. All you have to do is line an ice cube tray with plastic spiders, fill it with water, and put it in the freezer. Plus, this is a great way to spook your friends and family as well.

Eating healthy doesn’t’ have to be boring at this time of year. By eating healthy Halloween inspired snacks, you won’t’ have to worry about kicking yourself later on for falling off track.

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