Hello, fellow ghee lovers — Happy Halloween! We are huge fans of this silly and spooky time of year, and because Halloween is just around the corner, we wanted to round up some delicious and creative Halloween recipes and treats that feature, you guessed it, ghee! Whether they’re sweet, homemade substitutes for traditional Halloween candy, or just fun savory Halloween dishes, there’s something perfect on this list for all of your Halloween food needs. We hope you and yours enjoy, and have a safe and Happy Halloween! 


Jack O’Lantern Halloween Deviled Eggs by @whatgreatgrandmaate

These little deviled eggs are bound to be a huge smash hit at any Halloween gathering you attend. They’re really simple to make, look incredible, and of course are delicious! We found that adding a few tablespoons of melted Himalayan Pink Salt or Original Recipe ghee gave these deviled eggs an extra flavor boost. Snack on these while you wait for trick-or-treaters to ring your doorbell or bring them to a Halloween potluck!


Healthy Candy Bars by @paleorunningmomma

If you have dietary restrictions or are just looking to cut back on some of the processed sugars contained in Halloween candy, then these healthy candy bars are perfect for you or your family! They contain many of the same ingredients as a Snickers bar, and although they’re much healthier, they’re just as delicious! We recommend swapping in Original Recipe or Vanilla Bean ghee for the coconut oil in the recipe -- it adds a buttery flavor that’ll make these treats extra special! 


Keto Mummy Meatballs by @castiron_keto 

These meatballs are as delicious as they are fun and silly, and we know that they will be a huge Halloween hit in your household. We used ghee in the meatball mixture to add some fat, as well as melted ghee brushed on top of the meatballs and dough to ensure that they browned and got extra yummy! This is the perfect pre or post trick-or-treating snack (or meal!) for your family, or the perfect appetizer to bring to a Halloween party! 


No Bake Halloween Mummy Cake Pops by @whatgreatgrandmaate 

Another absolutely charming and adorable treat, these cake pops are paleo, vegan, and oh-so-yummy! We found that adding a little bit of melted 4th & Heart Original Recipe or Vanilla Bean ghee to the outer glaze made these treats extra shiny and delicious, and we highly recommend that you do too! 


Paleo Almond Butter Fudge Cups by @rachlmansfield 

These almond butter fudge cups are a slightly healthier version of the candies we all know and love, and the great news is that they only require four ingredients! The recipe calls for coconut oil, but we found that subbing in Original Recipe or Vanilla Bean ghee did the exact same thing with an added yummy kick! These silky, buttery cups are also paleo, so feel free to hand them out to as many trick-or-treaters as you want—that is, if there are any left over! 

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