Can you believe Halloween is almost here?
It seems once September hits, the rest of the year just flies by.
Halloween is much anticipated in the Goslin household. Decorating, pumpkins, candy, Fall festivals, candy, scary movies, and did I mention candy?
For all of my low sugar eating, I sure do have four sugar-obsessed little piggies over here!
While I don't give the kids everything they want in terms of sweets, I have become more lax over the years, especially with my older girls. I still, however, make many-a-healthy-treat, and today's post rounds up some of our favorites!
The best for first, these healthier Snickers bars are a year-round indulgence!
A favorite that I haven't made nearly enough, these treats combine two classics: chocolate and cookie dough!
More peanut butter = more protein!
I used to love those minty squares, and my husband is a big fan as well. That's why I remade them without all the nasties.
Raisinets used to be my favorite movie snack, so I gave them a healthy, raw treat-inspired makeover.
In contrast to the inside out peanut butter cups above, I had to include this no sugar variation for keto readers!
My kids all LOVE these marshmallows, and they're made with a combination of honey and stevia for a lower sugar recipe.
Creamy, dreamy, AND low in sugar! This delicious pumpkin fudge is filling without being cloying.
End the night on a sweet note with a good, scary flick and some of this lightly sweetened caramel corn! Putting it in the oven really crisps it up, making a great substitute for Cracker Jack.
Nobody better lay a finger on my Butterfinger....fat bomb.
Have you ever frozen a date? It takes on a rich, dreamy bite that tastes like a caramel! Stuffed with a teaspoon of peanut butter, these are drool-worthy.
Who can have Halloween without some chocolate?!
I hope you all give one of these treats a try!