Halloween Low Carb Recipe Ideas

Halloween is the time to get creative in the kitchen. It is when you call out your inner vampire to make spooky dishes. It is more challenging for those on a low-carb diet. Party, creative cuisine, and health doesn’t always balance each other, but not anymore. We have got some super easy and gory dishes for you to enjoy your Halloween.

These recipes are so yummy that you will be showered with oodles of praises for serving them. They are simple to whip up and require a few ingredients. So, check them out here.

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Low-Carb Halloween Meal Recipes:

The holiday season is meant to spend more time with your family and the least time in the kitchen. However, to eat healthy you have to bring out your inner cook. We are here to help you with some easy-peasy spooky recipes for your Halloween meal. 

1. Honey Chicken and Sweet Potato Kebabs

Honey Chicken and Sweet Potato Kebabs


These sweet and spicy kebabs are the perfect appetizer for holiday meals. You can serve them with creamy salad for a yummy meal also. These kebabs can also go well as a side dish. The dish comes together without much effort. The recipe serves tender, juicy chicken kebabs with creamy potatoes.

2. Balsamic Roasted Green Beans and Carrots

Balsamic Roasted Green Beans and Carrots


Roasted vegetables are always healthy. There is also a stigma attached to it of being not so tasty. This one is different. It is low-carb and paleo-friendly. This versatile recipe can be served as a salad or a side dish. You can also replace the beans with asparagus or red onions or any other vegetable you prefer. Go try it to have some Italian touch to your Halloween.

3. Pumpkin Chili

Pumpkin Chili

Found on wicked spatula

How about a warm comfort food on a cold Halloween night? Sounds perfect, right?  Well, this easy-peasy recipe is all that and more. It is low-carb, gluten-free, and paleo-friendly. It is a traditional chili made of pumpkin puree, beef, and veggies, instead of beans.

You can also replace the beef with turkey, pork, or chicken whatever you prefer. You can freeze this recipe in soup bags for a few days.

4. Halloween Caprese Salad

Halloween Caprese Salad

Found on The Keto Diet Cafe

Halloween is the time to get spooky with the dishes. This recipe is the perfect healthy salad for a spooky party. You can make this salad with 5 basic ingredients and three simple steps. The salad can be prepared in just 15 minutes. This one is a must-try recipe.

5. Green Monster Zucchini Noodles

Green Monster Zucchini Noodles

Found on Inspiralized

Your kids will love to gobble this meal. The look and feel of the dish is perfect for a Halloween part. The recipe is healthy too. It can be made in 35 minutes with 5 easy steps. The ingredients are common in every kitchen. So, it’s time to get scary creative with this recipe.

6. Low Carb Halloween Pizza

Low Carb Halloween Pizza

Found on KetoDiet

Everyone loves a cheesy savory on holiday season. What else can go best for the Halloween party then this spooky looking pizza? It is low-carb and keto-friendly. The recipe requires 7 basic ingredients. You can easily whip it up in 5 simple steps. The homemade pizza crust is freezer-friendly. You can store it for up to 5 days and use it to make pizzas, tortillas, and tacos.

7. Stuffed Halloween Jack-o’-Lantern

Stuffed Halloween Jack-o’-Lantern


If you want something really scary on the table this Halloween, then this recipe is for you. Have you ever thought that bell peppers can look so spooky? This is one of the best creative Halloween recipes we came across. The recipe serves bell peppers stuffed with spaghetti. You can replace the stuffing with pasta or ground meat. This recipe is sugar-free, gluten-free, low-carb, and grain-free.

8. Zombie Halloween Meatloaf

Zombie Halloween Meatloaf

Found on kiss my keto

A simple twist in your regular loaf can change it to a zombie meatloaf. This spooky-looking meatloaf can be prepared in less than an hour. Your guests will love the recipe. It has a base of almond flour which makes it healthy. You can serve this tender juicy loaf with some mashed cauliflower and steamed veggies.

9. Dead Man’s Ribs

Dead Man's Ribs

Found on Heather Cooan

This is the perfect recipe for a scary surprise at the Halloween dinner. It has a knife stabbed on a red bell pepper at the center that adds a realistic touch. This barbequed ribs are low-carb and keto-friendly. It is served with low-carb barbeque sauce for a yummy meaty meal.

10. Halloween Meat Head

Halloween Meat Head

Found on allrecipes

A spooky tray that serves different kinds of meats and cheese with a scary skull at the center. Isn’t this a perfect Halloween appetizer you have been looking for? It has ham, turkey, roasted beef, cheddar cheese, Colby Jack cheeses, and jalapeno jack. The recipe is super easy to serve. It takes 10 minutes to make the skull and serve the tray. Do try it once.

Halloween Snacks and Desserts Recipes:

Halloween snacks and desserts are all about showing your creativity in the kitchen. You have to kick up the spooky factor keeping it healthy and delicious. Here are some recipes for you to try.

11. Halloween Chocolate Bat Cookies

Halloween Chocolate Bat Cookies

Found on SUGAR FREE Londoner

If you want to surprise your kids with spooky chocolate bats that are tasty as hell, try this recipe. These cookies are dripped in chocolate that your kids will love. The recipe is low-carb, grain-free, and sugar-free. These cookies are crunchy and buttery that tastes like sugar cookies. You can make a large batch in a few minutes. You can also store them for a few days.

12. Pumpkin Mug Cake

Pumpkin Mug Cake


Its winter and Halloween, so how can pumpkin be away? Try this moist mug cake for your Halloween party and you will be amazed. It has a buttery spicy flavor that your guests will enjoy. The mug cake can be prepared in just 4 minutes. You can serve it with some whipped cream and chocolate. The cake gives a fuller feeling.

13. Peanut Butter and Chocolate Bar

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Bar

Found on WHOLESOME yum

These chocolate bars are so delicious that you will be baking them again and again this winter. These bars have a crispy, buttery, and chocolaty flavor that everyone will love. The recipe is low-carb and gluten-free. You can make them in less than 30 minutes. These bars can be stored in the freezer for a few days.

14. Spooky Eyeball Pizza

Spooky Eyeball Pizza

Found on Beauty and the Foodie

It’s time for Halloween snacks to look spooky too. This eyeball pizza is the perfect bite for your Halloween party. You can also serve these pizza bites as an appetizer. The recipe is low-carb and grain-free. These pizzas are made with 8 common ingredients. The recipe is super easy and can be prepared in minutes.

15. Sugar-free Gummy Bears

Sugar-free Gummy Bears


These gelatin gummy bears are healthier than the store-bought ones. These cute tiny treats have zero carb. Your kids will relish these gelatin candies. It can be enjoyed anytime, anywhere. For the Halloween party, you can also shape these candies like worms. These candies can be stored in the refrigerator.

16. Halloween Deviled Eggs

Halloween Deviled Eggs

Found on Step Away from The Carbs

Half sliced eggs with spiders, pumpkins, and zombie eyes on them. These deviled eggs are a must-try if you are on Halloween planning mode. The recipe can be whipped up in just 30 minutes. It uses the same filling to make spiders, pumpkins, and eyeballs. So, you can create a variety of deviled eggs without any extra effort. The recipe is low-carb and sugar-free.

17. Witch Finger Cookies

Witch Finger Cookies

Found on Food Faith Fitness  

These cookies are the most haunted Halloween treat ever. It is a popular recipe for Halloween but most of them we found are sugar-laden and loaded with carbs. This recipe is an exception. It is low-carb, sugar-free, and paleo-friendly. You can make them in an hour with 8 simple steps. We are sure your guests will freak out.

18. Peanut Butter Pumpkins

Peanut Butter Pumpkins

Found on Joy Filled Eats

Finally, a pumpkin that doesn’t taste like a pumpkin. You simply cannot miss out on these tiny chocolate treats for Halloween. The recipe is low-carb, sugar-free, and keto-friendly. It is made with 6 basic ingredients. The yummy taste will remind you of the Reese’s peanut butter cups.

19. Halloween Bloody Brain

Halloween Bloody Brain


If you want to surprise your guests with a creatively creepy dessert then this recipe is for you. The recipe is easy to whip up and is less messy also as it is made of gelatin. This dessert can be served to a crowd. You can prepare it the night before your Halloween party.

20. Low-Carb Mummy Dogs

Low-Carb Mummy Dogs

Found on Diet Doctor

How about savoring on juicy cheesy hot dogs? What is they look scary too? Sound like a perfect Halloween recipe, isn’t it? Well, this recipe serves cheese wrapped sausages with edible eyes on them. You can have these dogs for a meal or simply as snacks. This recipe is made with less than 10 ingredients.

For all those on a low-carb diet, Halloween should not be an exception. These 20 recipes shared above all have the look and feel of Halloween minus the carbs. They are yummy too, so the taste cannot be an excuse. Try these recipes for a spooky and guilt-free Halloween party.  

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