4 Protein Packed Halloween Recipes

What would Halloween be without some tasty sweet treats? We’re creepin’ it real with these 4 healthier Halloween recipes that come without the usual sugar rush! From banana ghost pops to graveyard themed bowls, they’ll certainly impress any party guests or trick or treaters...


Graveyard Breakfast Bowl

Graveyard Breakfast Bowl Recipe | Neat Nutrition. Clean, Simple, No-Nonsense.

Food is fuel, but we also believe it should be fun. Luckily, Halloween is the perfect excuse to express your creativity through some festive-themed treats! This graveyard breakfast bowl is deceivingly simple to make but will certainly impress your friends, family and Instagram followers. Find the recipe, here.


Halloween Chocolate PB Cookies

Halloween Chocolate PB Cookies Recipe | Neat Nutrition. Clean, Simple, No-Nonsense.

This chocolate peanut butter cookie recipe is the perfect sweet treat whilst still being high in protein and low in sugar. Although they can be decorated to suit any occasion, they work wonderfully as fun Halloween cookies! Talk about #SquadGhouls... Find the recipe, here.


Banana Ghost Pops

Banana Ghost Pops Recipe | Neat Nutrition. Clean, Simple, No-Nonsense.

Frozen banana, sweet vanilla whey and creamy yogurt is a match made in heaven! These banana ghosts pops are a great afternoon snack or sweet-tooth satisfier. Simply mix a small pot of yogurt with ¾-scoop whey vanilla protein until smooth. Chop your bananas in half, placing them carefully on a stick before dipping in your yogurt topping. Place them on a lined baking tray and freeze overnight. To decorate as ghosts, simply dab little black eyes using natural charcoal powder.


Chocolate Oranges 

Chocolate Orange Recipe | Neat Nutrition. Clean, Simple, No-Nonsense.

This has to be the easiest Halloween-themed sweet treat ever! These chocolate oranges will give you that much needed chocolate fix you need whilst still providing 1 of your 5 a day. Just mix a couple tbsp. of whey chocolate protein with melted dark chocolate and some cacao nibs if you’re feeling fancy! Dip in the orange segments, place them on a lined baking tray and freeze – it’s really that simple.

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