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9 Not-So-Sweet Halloween Treats

9 Not-So-Sweet Halloween Treats

Halloween is a tough holiday for anyone trying to eat healthy

First: the candy dishes at the office are overflowing. All those candy bars you're usually so good at avoiding are no longer guarded behind the glass of the vending machine. Nope -- now they're out in the open, free, and shrunk down to “fun size” ... just one won't hurt, right? Second: kids. If you've got your own, they're likely bringing candy home by the backpackful. And even you don't have kids, you're probably still buying the stuff for when all those little trick-or-treaters come around. Third: parties. At the office, at your friend's place, with your family... There's no shortage of candy, cupcakes, chips -- oh my! How can anyone on a low-carb diet handle all these sweet little temptations?

No worries! One Drop's got you covered.

We've scoured the web for the best low-carb Halloween treats and found 9 recipes that are sure to be a hit at any party. From fruit monsters to cheese ball bats, there's something in here for everyone. So forget all those neatly-packed, corn-syrupy sweet, sugar bombs (no matter how “fun-sized” they are), and head straight to the grocery store. You're about to celebrate Halloween like never before!

Here are 9 Recipes for a Healthy Halloween:

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Rachel Sanchez
Oct 26, 2016

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