It’s that spooky season again, and with all the excitement for Halloween it can be hard to say no to treats. You don’t want to be the Big Bad Wolf, and with Mummy Cooks you don’t have to be! We have all the equipment and advice you need. Our hauntingly healthy Halloween recipes are perfect for the whole family including your weaning baby, without mountains of sugar!
Our Healthy Pumpkin Pancakes are a great way to kick-start the day in festive style. These are perfect to offer as a finger food with some plain natural yoghurt and fresh fruit for dipping; a baby led weaning treat the whole family will love. Stack and store any left overs in a Child Portion Pot from the Family Portion Set.
Make the Most of the Season
Be sure to fuel up before the big night to prevent a sugar overdose! A hearty bowl of Pumpkin Soup is ideal to use up the seasonal pumpkin flesh. Your tots are sure to love the spice in this seasonal soup if they are anything like my girls. Make ahead and freeze in a Double Child Portion Pot for extra convenience.
Ants on a Log are great to pack in some veggies while encouraging the whole family to get creative in the kitchen. Also perfect for snacking are our spooky Boo Nana Pops! If you are planning a party, prepare ahead and store the prepared treats in a Toddler Portion Pot for added freshness.
Ghost Toast is a perfect finger food to get your weaning baby involved in the fun. Decorate with some Halloween Asparagus Snakes as hair for some extra giggles and nutrients! This is great to encourage your kids to try veggies they might not normally eat. Serve in strips with the tomato sauce as a dip for your weaning baby.
Get the Kids Involved!
Get your bake on with the kids during the Halloween break! Have some fun with these Healthy Halloween Cupcakes; surprisingly super tasty and perfect to make with your little monsters! For your weaning baby, simply leave out the honey and sugar and add some maple syrup instead for a natural sweetness. They are perfect to store or freeze in the Family Portion Set for added freshness!
If you are expecting Trick or Treaters, why not prepare some Healthy Halloween Popcorn. A healthier alternative but still just as fun, it will keep your kids busy. Store in portions with the Toddler Portion Pot; popcorn keeps well for over a week in the air tight containers. This is a great snack if you are hosting guests too, as grown-ups will enjoy it as well.