If you are looking for some great gluten-free Halloween recipes, look no further because I have the best gluten-free Halloween recipes right here.
Let’s face it – having a restricted diet around the holidays is especially difficult. But with these gluten-free recipes, you can make meals and goodies and treats and no one else will even know or care that they are gluten-free because they will taste so good.
I have these great gluten-free recipes so you can have the best Halloween party ever under that spooky moon. A big plus is that these Halloween recipes look fun and “normal,” which is important, especially for children.
My mom hosts a Halloween party every year for her grandchildren. My kids love it and look forward to it every year. My mom likes to keep it fun but not scary or creepy. Since my mom eats gluten-free and some of her grandchildren do too she knows all about gluten-free.
She would make any of these gluten-free Halloween recipes for her parties. In fact, she has made some of them before. Since she likes to have parties that don’t have very much sugar she has made the deviled eggs before and decorated them like recipe #2. I really appreciate that since my son is diabetic and shouldn’t be eating sugar.
Have fun making these great recipes, I am impressed with the big variety of fun Halloween recipes and the creativity. I love how creative some people are. Creativity makes life so much fun.
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Gluten-Free Halloween Recipes
1. Pumpkin Squash Soup with Sage – Home Sweet Jones
You could make this soup for dinner before or after you go trick or treating. If you host a Halloween dinner party this soup would be perfect. It’s really easy to make and the spider web is a lot easier to make than it looks. All you do is put some sour cream is a sandwich bag and draw circles around the top of the soup. Then you use a toothpick and drag it from the center circle to the outside circle a few times around. Then you have a spider web. It’s even edible.
2. Spider Guacamole Eggs – Noshing With The Nolands
I’ve made these before but instead of using guacamole I just added an avocado to the mayo-egg mixture. Either one is good. What a healthy snack or appetizer for a party. The olives are easy to cut and the spiders are easy to make. Get the kids to help if you have some around. They’ll love making them and eating them later. Kids always love to eat what they make.
3. Halloween Baked Potato Skin Pizzas – Alida’s Kitchen
Potatoes – Real Salt – Pasta Sauce – Mozzarella Cheese – Olives – Pepperoni – Peppers – Mushrooms
I think these baked potatoes are so cute for a party. They are healthy too. For me, that means no sugar. They would make a great side dish to go with the pumpkin soup recipe above. If you had these for a party you could let each person decorate their own before the cheese is melted. It would be a fun activity and it only takes 10 minutes to melt the cheese after they are decorated. What fun!
4. Creamy Pumpkin Pie Dip – Dangerously Delicious
What a fun simple recipe! I love the pumpkin shaped bowls too. I would look at the dollar store before buying more expensive. They have a lot of glassware and they have a lot of holiday things too. Apple a definitely a Halloween food. It is during apple harvest time so it would be especially good if you could find some freshly picked apples from a farm or fruit stand. We have those all over here in Utah where I live.
5. Wormy Dip – Low-Carb, So Simple
I think these worms are so cute. I can just see myself getting out my power drill and drilling little holes for the shrimp. Ha Ha, The holes would be easy to make with a bamboo skewer too at least to start the hole, then a new clean pencil would work to make it bigger. They would be so fun to make. You could make a personal one for each person if you wanted to. It makes a cute centerpiece too, you could make a grouping of them in the center of the table.
6. Creepy Jello Cups – Easy and Delish
Orange Jello – Water – Gummy Candy
Talk about easy!!!! Make some jello and put some candy in it. I think this is all about the container too. I’d definitely go to the dollar store looking for clear glass individual cups or something similar. The dollar store has tons of glassware. My kids would love this for two reasons. They love plain jello and they love gummy candies. They’d think they owned the world. You could even use sugar-free jello is you needed to.
7. Bride of Frankenstein Dip – Fork and Beans
Avocado – Onion – Garlic – Jalapeno – Lime – Real Salt – Gluten-Free Corn Chips
This is another fun way to have a good healthy treat and still be really fun and festive. I love the lips. I think I could even cut a red bell pepper to look like that. Sometimes I’m not very good at making my dishes look like the pictures but I think I could handle this one. The best part is you’d have a delicious treat everyone can enjoy. Tortilla chips are naturally gluten-free too. I was so happy when I discovered that. Just check the labels to make sure when in doubt.
8. Candy Coated Caramel Apples – Boulder Locavore
This is another really easy healthy treat. They look so fun and colorful with the different kinds of candy. You could individualize them to people’s taste if you want. If it was me I’d go to the bulk section of my local Winco grocery store and buy just a little bit of all the different kinds of Halloween candy they had. That could the most fun part of it all besides eating them and listening to all the WOW’S from your guests.
9. Merigne Bones with Raspberry Guts – A Sue Chef
Egg Whites – Sugar – Vanilla – Raspberries – Water – Sugar
These are so cute and a lot easier than they look. They are just a basic meringue recipe made into the shape of a bone. With some delicious homemade raspberry jam made to look like blood. Blood never tasted so good! I love meringue, it’s something my grandmother used to make every once in a while. I love how it melts in your mouth kind of like cotton candy. I love that feeling in my mouth. I know, I’m still a kid at heart.
Which of these is your favorite Gluten-Free Halloween recipe?