Happy Halloween! I couldn’t wait another moment to share Ghost Toast with you. So here it is in all its simplistic glory. I think I was just geeking-out over the rhyme.
All you need is a ghost cookie cutter, slice of whole grain bread and nut or seed butter. I tucked a few ghost toasts in Big P’s lunch today with a schmear of almond butter and slices of banana.
You might be asking, “Alli?! What is the point of this stupid-easy Halloween food? It just takes a piece of bread and a cookie cutter!!!!”
My point exactly.
Fun and seasonal foods don’t need to feature junk to make them special. When you’re a Don’t Panic kind of mom, you don’t have to compromise your health standards due to a holiday. Instead it’s just the opposite. You can use the hype of a holiday to introduce new fruits and veggies. Or you can just repackage your healthy family favorites with a Halloween-twist.
I want to make healthy foods part of positive memories of being around the table together. Candle sticks are a guaranteed way to get my kids around the table for a family meal.
So, my dear Momma friends, use holidays to reinforce your ongoing healthy fare. It doesn’t need to be time consuming or difficult. These are my beyond-easy things you can do to make Halloween mealtimes both novel and healthy. What are you doing at your house to make it memorable without loosing your healthy momentum? I can’t wait to read your comments!
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