If you’re looking for a silly dessert for a school Halloween party or your child’s Halloween party, and want to bypass filling them with sugar, we’ve got just the recipe for you. This wiggly treat is usually chock full of sugar, but when you follow these simple homemade recipes, you’ve got an even sweeter reason to make it.
1. For individual servings, use small paper or plastic party cups, or cupcake liners. For one single batch, place in a flower pot or kids sand bucket.
2. Fill about half full with Diabetic Pumpkin Pudding. This is a homemade pudding recipe that you’ll find to be irresistible during the fall season. It’s thick and creamy, and only has 123 Calories.
3. Crumble on top of the pudding Homemade Granola. It’s crunchy and sweet, and you can send the extra in your kids’ lunches, or make your own healthy breakfast.
4. Finally, top with Sugar Free Gummy Worms. Your kids will have too much fun helping to make these creepy crawlers.
You should get about 8 servings, and likely have some extra granola for snacks (unless you half the recipe). These three amazing, sugarless recipes can be part of your regular snack rotation; but when they come together at Halloween, they make one heck of a fun dessert.
October 29th, 2008