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Ghoulishly Delicious Cupcakes
(Food Network) Sandra’s making creepy-crawly cupcakes trimmed with ghastly, gooey goodies.

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Posted on October 29th, 2011 in
Halloween Food, Halloween Fun by admin

Spirited Halloween Cupcakes
Bake these delectable chocolate cupcakes for a special Halloween treat.

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Posted on October 28th, 2011 in
Halloween Food, Halloween Fun, Site News by admin

Max’s Top 5 Organic Candy Picks for Halloween

Halloween is no longer all about feeding kids junk food that is bad for their teeth and keeps them up all night. Parents now have much healthier options. These are Halloween treats that not only taste good but are made from the highest quality ingredients.

Max Goldberg runs an organic food blog called livingmaxwell.com. His blog focuses on his passion for organic food as a means to educate people about the organic experience and to inspire others to make positive lifestyle changes. Readers follow Max from his self-destructive and tumultuous journey to his emergence as a health and organic advocate.

His blog can be followed at www.livingmaxwell.com and on twitter at www.twitter.com/livingmaxwell.

Below are Max’s Top 5 choices for organic Halloween treats on the market this year.

Angell Organic Candy Bar Co-Founder Christopher Angell says it is the only certified organic and fair trade candy bar on the market. The taste is rich, and the middle is soft and chewy. There are three flavors, one of which is vegan (Dark Angell) and one of which is gluten-free (Angell Crisp).

The bars are all available on Amazon – Click for the Angell Crisp, Snow Angell
and Dark Angell.

Dark Angell

An alternative to traditional Gummy Bears, Annie’s Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks have a softer and less chewy texture. The large bag of Annie’s Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks contains 24 small packs of fruit snacks that are all shaped like bunnies. The three flavors (strawberry, cherry and raspberry) are made with real fruit juice and contain 100% of the recommended daily vitamin C. Click HERE for nutrition info. The product is available nationwide. Find a store near you.

Yogavive Apple Chips are similar to other chips on the market, in that they taste great, but the sole ingredient in these snacks is fruit. For some of the flavored varieties, a small amount of all-natural flavorings is used.

The product, made with certified organic Fuji apples and no preservatives, is baked using a two-part drying process and then is popped to deliver a snack that is 100% fat-free and bursting with real apple flavor. The five flavors include: Original, Apple Cinnamon, Caramel, Peach, and Strawberry.

For Halloween, the small 10g bags are ideal. Yogavive Apple Chips are available nationwide. Click HERE for a store locator. They can also be purchased online.
Yogavive Apple Chips

Yummy Earth Organic Fruit Lollipops. They come in four fantastic flavors: Mango Tango, Pomegranate Pucker, Tooberry Blueberry, and Wet-Face Watermelon. Each bag contains 15 lollipops. Yummy Earth Organic Fruit Lollipops are available nationwide. Click HERE for a store locator. They can also be purchased online.

Not only is the Go Fudge Brownie the perfect size for a Halloween treat but it is a 100% dairy-free and sugar-free snack. This brownie is rich and filling, possibly being one of Max’s favorite desserts. It is sweetened with agave and the other ingredients include almonds, cacao, cashews, vanilla and Himalayan salt. Furthermore, the Go Fudge Brownie is raw, which means that nothing has been heated above 118 degrees, and therefore it retains all of the nutrients and enzymes. This brownie is available at health stores/organic markets nationwide and online.

This year, don’t get tricked with the same old sugary treats. Have a safe, healthy and organic Halloween!

About livingmaxwell / Max Goldberg

Max Goldberg started livingmaxwell.com in 2009. His blog focuses on his passion for organic food as a means to educate people about its importance and to inspire others to live a healthier lifestyle. Readers follow Max on his journey to eating organic after a long personal battle with high-stress, depression and self-destructive behavior, including his decision to quit Prozac, an antidepressant he had been taking for more than a decade.

Max’s organic food blog gives readers useful information about the best products, news, trends, and legislation, and provides interviews with the industry’s leading CEOs. Max is a former Wall Street investment banker whose goal is to inspire people to change their relationship with food.

His blog can be followed at www.livingmaxwell.com and on twitter at www.twitter.com/livingmaxwell

Posted on October 25th, 2010 in
Halloween Food, Halloween Sales, Site News by admin

With less than a week to go until the Big Day, all things mundane seem to undergo a spooky transformation. Our pretty pumpkins become grimacing jack-o-lanterns and even offices and schools are decked with bat decorations or a few flying witches. Why not food, too? Here are a few healthy Halloween snacks to make your lunchtime into a freakishly fun meal.

healthy Halloween skull sandwich
Calavera Sandwich
Celebrate Dia de los Muertos early with this cute and easy Skull Sandwich. Inspired by the symbolic skulls (calaveras) that are used to celebrate the Day of the Dead, this impressive looking sandwich uses just a few ingredients and is easy enough for kids to make. They will love arranging the dried fruit and nuts in creative patterns.

healthy Halloween watermelon brain
Watermelon Brain
Here’s a clever 1 ingredient recipe sure to please zombies and fruit lovers alike. And how can you not love a recipe with instructions like “With a sharp paring knife, carve channels out of melon to resemble cortical folds”? Serve with a butchers knife and you’ve got an easy and fun to serve healthy Halloween party food.

healthy Halloween bananas
Another ridiculously easy recipe that transforms fruit into a spooky and fun snack. There are a few more healthy Halloween recipes from GoneRaw.com that feature whole foods, all of which I’m dying to try.

Posted on October 25th, 2008 in
Halloween Food by Lauren

Learn how to magically transform a standard pile of fresh veggies into a puking pumpkin, a spooky skeleton, or any “gross” thing you can dream up. Perfect if you’re hosting a Halloween party or attending a potluck and want to make sure there are some healthy Halloween snacks available.

Posted on October 14th, 2008 in
Halloween Food, Site News by Lauren

Don’t Decaying Mummy Eyeballs sound delicious? Here’s an easy Halloween treat that puts a new twist on rice krispie balls with peanut butter and some gross presentation. Nom nom!

If you need more spooky snacks for a Halloween party or just for some spirited October munching, be sure to check out all of our Halloween recipes.

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Posted on October 11th, 2008 in
Halloween Food, Site News by Lauren
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