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It's no secret that Halloween is a holiday all about candy.
It’s a time of temptation – with sweet treats lurking around every corner. To be honest, the holiday seems to have become less about ghosts and ghouls over the years, and more about… well, sugar!
This seems kind of strange to me, because I'm British - and when I was a kid we'd go trick-or-treating and be given money. No joke!
Granted, it was just spare change - but the concept of giving neighbourhood kids candy and sweets wasn't really a 'thing' in northern England back in the '90s. At least not where I grew up.
Oh how times have changed! So, in light of this, I thought it only fair to post a couple of life-saving, low-carb Halloween treat recipes for anyone trying to watch their sugar intake. These should save you from reaching for the multitudes of sugary snacks that are flying around at this time of year. Enjoy these treats - and be sure to pin the following image to save these recipes for later:
Fat bombs are awesome. They’re great for satisfying carb cravings, and due to their high fat content they have great filling power and provide a good source of energy.
Obviously, as with all treats – they should be enjoyed in moderation. But since it's almost Halloween, here’s a special pumpkin spice recipe, perfect for satisfying your Halloween treat cravings.
Who doesn’t love candied bacon? It’s the perfect mix of sweet, salty and savoury – and it makes a great snack. Usually, candied bacon is very much off the menu for low-carb dieters as it’s often made with brown sugar or maple syrup (or both!).
But you can enjoy the keto version guilt free!
Almond flour is perfect for baking, while remaining low on the carbs. And cookies are a perfect sweet treat for Halloween, as a substitute to candy. See where I'm going with this?
By using almond flour for your cookies, you save precious carbs and add the filling power of nuts into the mix. These cookies are great for staving off carb cravings - and make a perfect low-carb Halloween treat. Not that you’re going to be giving any of these away to the neighbourhood kids that might come knocking on your door.
If you need a sweet and filling low-carb snack to keep you away from all the Halloween candy that's flying around this time of year, then give these candied pecans a try! They're super tasty and (almost) completely guilt free. Half a cup of pecans has around 7 grams of carbs in it, and while this is quite low, it's easy to go overboard.
The moral of the story? Don't go nuts with your nuts!
So there we have it! Keto-friendly and low-carb treats for Halloween, with all the taste and none of the guilt.
Which recipe do you like the sound of the most? We'd love to hear about it - so please let us know in the comments section below.