Halloween is just around the corner, so in celebration of the holiday we thought we’d share some awesome low-carb and keto-friendly Halloween food ideas from around the web. You might have already read our own post about keto-friendly Halloween treats, but we thought we’d search around for a mixture of sweet and savoury recipes and ideas, so that you can add a bit of variety to your low-carb Halloween food offerings.
Check out the full recipes by clicking on the images – but be sure to read our captions for tips on how you can tweak some of these dishes to make them more suitable for a keto diet. Enjoy!
Stuffed Pepper Jack-o’-Lanterns
These stuffed-pepper jack-o’-lanterns are super simple and easy to make. Check out the full recipe over at Everyday Jenny. You can easily make this dish keto-friendly by leaving out the rice and beans, o substituting with cauliflower rice. Delicious!
Low-carb Pumpkin Cheesecake Mousse
This delicious low-carb pumpkin cheesecake mousse from Sugar Free Mom serves 12, and has only 4.2g carbs per serving! A perfect Halloween treat for the whole family.
Halloween Spooky Spider Deviled Eggs
Check out these cool deviled eggs from Delicious as it Looks – complete with black olive ‘spiders’. Black olives look great, but there’s no reason you can’t use green olives if you prefer.
No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake Bites
Yep, another pumpkin recipe – but it is Halloween after all. These no-bake pumpkin cheesecake bites from Beauty and the Foodie look like they’d be perfect for satisfying your carb cravings, and come in at just two carbs per serving!
Make these candy corns keto-friendly by using sugar-free jello, and substituting the condensed milk for coconut cream! Check out the full recipe and instructions over at Self Proclaimed Foodie.
Hot dog Fingers
Obviously there’s no recipe for this (unless you want to try and make your own hot-dog sausages), but the image comes courtesy of cookingchanneltv. We love the simplicity of this one – simply carve up a couple of hot dogs and add some Walden Farms Sugar-free Honey BBQ Sauce for a gruesome blood garnish.
A Bowl of Jello Worms
This fun tutorial from One Little Project is a great one to do with the kids, because its so simple and easy. Just be sure to substitute the jello in this recipe for a sugar-free variety to make it keto-friendly.
Low-carb Halloween Pizza
OK, so we all know pizza is pretty much the opposite of low-carb, but you could easily use this idea from Betty Crocker and make a keto-friendly variety. Simply make your own pizza sauce from scratch, and use a low-carb pizza crust like this one from the Great Low-Carb Bread Company.
So there we have it! Some awesome keto-friendly halloween foods to get your creative juices flowing.