Creepy Carrot Fingers {Healthy Food for Halloween}

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Creepy Carrot Fingers Halloween is coming up pretty soon and I am hoping to put together a few ideas for Healthy Food for Halloween.

The kids get WAY to much candy on this holiday so if might be nice to fill them up before the candy fest with something a little healthier.  Plus these would be great to send in your kids lunch ANYTIME.

Imagine their surprise when they open their lunch to a container of fingers.. lol.

I saw this idea for Creepy Carrot Fingers over at Kitchen Stewardship a while back and thought it was cute (and she has a great blog btw).  So, hopefully I will have a couple other ideas for a healthier Halloween, I am “brewing” them up already.

These are really easy and just serve with your child’s favorite dip.

You may also want to snag some of these YummyEarth Lollipops to hand out, too.

  • One 30 ounce plastic bin containing approximately 125 lollipops
  • Mix of Sour Apple Tart, Pomegranate Pucker, Mango Tango, TooBerry Blueberry, Googly Grape, Strawberry Smash, Very Very Cherry, Wet-Face Watermelon
  • Organic; allergen-free; gluten-free; GMO-free; egg-free; soy-free; nut-free; casein-free; dairy-free; Certified kosher by the Kof-K Kosher Certification
  • All-natural: fruit extracts; red cabbage and purple carrots for color; no artificial dyes or flavors



Yields varies

Creepy Carrot Fingers {Healthy Food for Halloween}

Creepy Carrot Fingers {Healthy Food for Halloween}

5 minPrep Time

5 minTotal Time

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  • Baby Carrots
  • Sunflower seeds with shell


  1. You can easily make as many or few of these as you like
  2. Take a knife an pierce a small hole in the top of each carrot (be careful)
  3. Push one sunflower seed with shell into each hole
  4. Arrange on a plate
  5. Serve with dip or plain
Recipe Type: Appetizer




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