Make a Creepy, Crawly, Healthy Halloween Treat!

7 October 19, 2015 - At Home, DIY, For the Kids, Healthy & Fit, Infographics, Recipes, Wellness, Young Living Lifestyle

Spiderlicious

 

Treat your Halloween guests to a tasty fruit creation: Spiderlicious! This simple and healthy treat is fun to make and is great for decoration or as a snack. Here’s how to get him ready for your spooky party!

Healthy Halloween Treat - Fruit Spider - Young Living

 

Young Living Healthy Halloween Treat

 

  • Wooden kebab sticks
  • 1 dark plum
  • Black grapes or blueberries; green or red apple chunks, green or red grapes, or most other tasty fruits will work, too.
  • Plastic googly eyes
  • Nut butter

 

Young Living Healthy Halloween Treat

 

  1. Use Thieves® Fruit & Veggie Soak to clean fruit.
  2. Gather 16 equally sized wooden kebab sticks. Break them into 4-inch sections.
  3. Skewer grapes on eight of the sticks so that the grapes touch, leaving one grape covering one end as a connector, but leaving the other end bare to poke into the plum.
  4. Repeat on the other eight sticks, inserting the exposed ends into the joints of the previous set of grape sticks at an angle.
  5. Once connected, poke legs into the plum, with four legs on each side.
  6. Gather two googly eyes and attach them to front of plum with your choice of nut butter.

 

What other healthy creations do you make during Halloween?

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12 Comments

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  • Missy October 28, 2016 - 8:35 am Reply

    You could also do this with raisins and toothpicks…

  • Kathy Meehan December 21, 2015 - 1:01 pm Reply

    Looking forward to sharing your ideas at classes at my store. Thank you

  • Linda Foster November 1, 2015 - 7:53 pm Reply

    Thank you for sharing a healthy edible treat. As a preschool teacher I am always very happy to see a healthier snack choice become available. This one is very cute and delicious.

  • Linda Porlier October 25, 2015 - 9:30 am Reply

    Better then plastic eyes use edible eyes. Most stores that have a cake decorating section have them. Especially during the holidays there are multiple mini kits to decorate cupcakes. This is a much better option especially if you have little ones that will want to eat the eyes.

  • Rich & Lisa Jelinek October 23, 2015 - 6:53 pm Reply

    Thanks for this super easy DIY for the kiddos!! Love this!

  • Holly Grammer October 21, 2015 - 7:31 pm Reply

    This is so cute!

  • Tara October 21, 2015 - 5:19 pm Reply

    Super scrumptious and cute!

  • Christee October 20, 2015 - 9:52 am Reply

    I love this idea … however, when I make it, I’ll make the eyes edible.

    • Young Living October 20, 2015 - 10:32 am Reply

      Great idea, Christee! Thanks for sharing.

    • Lynn george October 21, 2015 - 1:38 pm Reply

      Eyes could even be a necco wafer and a raisin for the pupil

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