8 Best Low Carb Halloween Desserts

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Halloween is coming soon so what better way to get prepared than by making Halloween-themed recipes. Halloween is one of the most prominent holidays of the year for many people, especially children! It’s a fun holiday where kids dress up, go trick or treating, and even adults attend costume parties – but the celebrations are usually filled with carbs and sugary treats.So, if you’re on a weight loss journey or a low carb diet, you might find it difficult to enjoy yourself when you have nothing to eat and are surrounded by candy and sweets. But don’t be concerned!

There are plenty of healthy, low-carb, and delicious Halloween desserts you can eat while still having fun. So, in this post, I’m going to share some deliciously fun, healthy, low carb, and spooky Halloween desserts that won’t ruin your low carb or keto diet.

Apple Cookies with Peanut Butter – 359 calories

You can decorate these cookies in a variety of ways to make them spooky. For example, after cutting apples into thin and wide slices, you can use a cookie cutter to cut it into a shape, such as a bat or a pumpkin. If you leave it as a circle, you can add edible eyes to it.


  • 1 Apple, small – 77 calories
  • 3 tablespoon Peanut butter (Tbsp) – 282 calories
  • 1 Cinnamon, dash – 0 calories


Slice the apple however you like. On each slice, spread peanut butter. Garnish with cinnamon. 

Apple Samoas – 269 calories

Decoration ideas can be similar to the one mentioned above. Plus, with these, you can drizzle the caramel in a pattern, such as spider webs.


  • 1 Apple, small – 77 calories
  • ⅔ Tbsp Chocolate chips – 46.9 calories
  • 1 Tbsp Coconut chips – 45 calories
  • 1 oz Caramel – 100 calories


Cut the apples and remove the core of the slices. Melt the caramel in the microwave for 60 seconds. Drizzle caramel over apple slices. Chocolate chips and coconut flakes on top.

2/3 tablespoon = 2 teaspoon (for chocolate chips)

Bonus tip: make two “cookies” and eat the remaining apple slices on the side to ensure that the two “cookies” have a good amount of toppings!

Banana Snickers – 289 calories

You can also attach tiny legs to these to make them resemble a long bug.


  • ½ Banana – 52.5 calories
  • 2 Tbsp Chocolate chips – 140 calories
  • ⅛ cup Peanuts (cups) – 96 calories
  • 1 Salt, dash – 0 calories


Cut the banana in half lengthwise. Crush the nuts in a small container (such as a baggie) with a hard object (e.g. a hammer, or similar kitchen equipment). Microwave chocolate chips in a small container for 30 seconds, or until melted. Sprinkle chocolate and nuts on top of banana slices. Alternatively, you can eat them right away or freeze them for a few hours. 

Apple and “Reese’s” Dip – 241 calories

To make it look like a spider, place fake spider webs on both sides of the small bowl or ramekin in which you’re serving the dip (the bowl is the body of the spider, and you’re adding the legs).


  • 1 Apple, small – 77 calories
  • 1 Tbsp Peanut butter (Tbsp) – 94 calories
  • 1 Tbsp Chocolate chips – 70 calories


In a microwave-safe bowl, combine peanut butter and chocolate chips and microwave for 30-45 seconds, or until smooth. Slice the apple. Dip the apple in the peanut butter chocolate mixture.

Blueberry Chocolate Bites – 289 calories

To make them look like tiny bats, add some bat “wings” to them.


  • ⅛ cup Blueberries, fresh – 8.75 calories
  • 4 Tbsp Chocolate chips – 280 calories
  • 1 Salt, dash – 0 calories


Melt chocolate chips in a small microwave-safe bowl for 60 seconds, then stir with a spoon and continue heating in 30 second intervals until smooth. Fill a muffin tin halfway with chocolate. Use a silicone muffin tin to make small circle shapes, or line a small baking sheet with wax paper and make small circle shapes without a muffin tin. This recipe yields 4 “mini muffin” bites or 2 regular-sized “muffin” bites. Garnish with fruit and salt. Allow at least 10 minutes to chill in the freezer.

Note: Pomegranate seeds can also be used; use 1/2 pomegranate seeds and 1/2 blueberries if desired, but just blueberries are perfectly fine – and cheaper!

Apple Cookies with Dried Cranberries – 203 calories


  • ½ Apple, small – 38.5 calories
  • 2 Tbsp Cranberries, dried, sweetened (Tbsp) – 40 calories
  • 4 tsp Peanut butter (tsp) – 124 calories
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon – 0 calories


Cut the apple.  1/2 apple = approximately 2 thick slices. Spread peanut butter on apples. Add Cranberries and cinnamon on top. Can use a seed butter, such as sunflower seed butter.

3 Ingredient Banana Cookies – 293 calories

These can be made to look like cookie monsters! Or bats, or spiders.


  • 0.3 Tbsp Cacao powder – 6 calories
  • 1 Banana – 105 calories
  • ½ cup Oatmeal, dry oats (uncooked) – 150 calories
  • 2 tsp Sugar – 32 calories


With a fork, mash the banana. Mix all of the ingredients together evenly. Using parchment paper, line a baking sheet. Spread the mixture evenly on a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees.

Baked Apples – 217 calories

This is a tasty Halloween treat. To make them look like spiders, add eyes on top and spider legs on the bottom.


  • 1 Apple, small – 77 calories
  • ⅛ cup Oatmeal, dry oats (uncooked) – 37.5 calories
  • 3 tsp Brown sugar – 51 calories
  • 1 tsp Vanilla – 0 calories
  • ½ Tbsp Butter (Tbsp) – 51.5 calories
  • ½ tsp Cinnamon – 0 calories


Preheat the oven to 375°F. Cut the apple in half and scoop out the center with a knife (carefully) or spoon, just where the seeds are. Microwave the butter for 20 seconds, or until it liquifies. Combine the butter, sugar, vanilla, cinnamon, and oats in a small mixing bowl. Stir until evenly combined. Fill apple cores with the mixture. Bake for 20 minutes, or until the apples are soft and fragrant. No dairy? Make use of coconut oil.

Halloween treats with low sugar and spooky seasonal indulgence!

Halloween is a time for sweet treats. Why not put a healthy spin on your Halloween treats this year by these desserts? Try out these ultimate low sugar sweet snacks for kids and adults that will put you in a ghoulish mood.

Author Bio:

Hi, I’m Rana and I blog at ranasrecipe.com. My passion for food began very early in my life. And after managing a cafe, a granola business and helping other food businesses scale up, I found my true calling in creating wonderful recipes so that everyone can enjoy cooking as much as I do! Don’t forget to follow me on my social channels- instagram and pinterest.

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