Nutter Ghosts, a Halloween Recipe
Written by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites
Healthy Halloween Recipes & Dieting Tips
No, this recipe isn't low in calories OR low in fat but it's a neat treat for Halloween, and a recipe that will delight kids of all ages. If you are dieting, plan ahead so that you can enjoy a few treats on this special, non-stressful holiday.
The Nutter Butter Cookies are shaped liked ghosts and are ready to decorate. Therefore, this is an extremely recipe with only 3 ingredients - the cookies, white chocolate bark to create your ghostly friend, and chocolate mini morsels to decorate the eyes.
The Easy Recipe Ingredients for Nutter Ghosts
1 bag of Nutter Butter Cookies
Dip the cookies into the melted chocolate and lay on a sheet of wax paper. Use the morsels to create 'eyes' for the Nutter Ghosts.
Halloween Party Punch Recipe, Nothing Scary About Our Punch Recipe!
The base of your punch can be your favorite diet soda. Simply scoop sherbet or low fat ice cream into the punchbowl which compliment the flavors of your soda. Some delicious combinations include:
Diet Orange Soda & Orange Sherbet
Diet Orange Soda & Low Fat Vanilla Ice Cream
Lemon Lime Soda & Lime Sherbet
Diet Root Beer or Diet Cream Soda & Reduced Fat Vanilla Ice Cream
Lemon Lime Soda & Pineapple Sherbet
The combinations are endless! Be sure to add the ice cream or sherbet just before serving and make certain the soda is chilled.
Halloween Party Appetizer, Deviled Eggs
Eggs are naturally low in calories and can be decorated in a myriad of ways when deviled. Create scary faces on top of the deviled eggs using tiny vegetables.
To prepare the deviled eggs, boil, peel and cool 1 dozen eggs. If you need more for your Halloween Party you'll need to double or triple this recipe.
Slice the cooled eggs lengthwise rather than in half. This will create a prettier holder for the egg filling. Remove the yolks.
To make the filling simply mash the yolks and add the following ingredients: 1 teaspoon of yellow mustard, 2 Tablespoons of Light Miracle Whip, salt, cracked pepper and 1 teaspoon of pickle relish.
You can use light Mayo if you prefer. And you can add other ingredients to take your deviled eggs up a notch such as jalapeno peppers, black or green olives, finely chopped onion and paprika.
If you don't decorate the tops of your deviled eggs, a dusting of paprika on top of the eggs is so pretty.
Happy Halloween to all of our cherished Diet Bites readers!
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