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It is also a time of year famous for eating sweets - adults and kids are prone to jellies, lollipops, bon bons and chocolate this time of year. We're not going to tell you don't have anything sweet, but not all Halloween food needs to contain huge amonts of sugar.
Some of our office team had a chat about this today over our tea-break and shared some fun, spooky, healthy ideas. Check them out after the jump.
Barry: One of my family favourite Halloween foods is serving a nutritious soup in a carved out pumpkin. Usually we try to make a green soup and tell the kids it is a Witche's favourite Supper. We don't stop the kids from having a sweet treat later in the night but it's important for them to have something nutritious too.
Georgia: Halloween has always been one of my favourite times of year. I absolutely love getting dressed up and hosting a haunted party for all my friends and family. One of my favourite things to have are banana ghosts or Boonanas. They are a cute, fun snack and usually get a laugh from my friends.
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Adam: A firm favourite in my house for Halloween has got to be ink spaghetti! Kids and adults alike love seeing the black pasta for a spooky dinner. I always get extra points if I stuff peppers with the pasta and carve faces into them. Everyone loves to see the spaghetti oozing out of the peppers. Carving peppers will liven up any dinner party.