Now we know healthy + Halloween aren’t usually two things that go together, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to eat right on Fright Night. We’ve got 26 healthy Halloween recipes to munch on during your Monster Mash. (And keep you from stress eating all that candy before Friday!)

1. Devilish Avocado Sriracha Eggs: What are “devil-ish” eggs without a little heat? That’s where the sriracha and bell pepper horns come in. (via Cookin’ Canuck)

2. Frozen Banana Mummies and Hairy Creature Things: These banana bites are everything-free. And we think they’d be a seasonal special from the Bluths’ stand. (via Lexie’s Kitchen)

3. Cheese Pumpkins: Cold-packed cheddar balls molded into mini-pumpkins are portable, poppable and pretzel-filled. (via PopSugar)

4. Simple Monster Kale Smoothie: Power up for a night of trick-or-treating with this three-ingredient smoothie. (via Chocolate and Carrots)

5. Jack-‘o-lantern Hummus: In a rush? Pop open a tub of red pepper hummus, adorn with black beans (or olives) and voila! You’ve got an appetizer that doubles as a centerpiece. (via PopSugar)

6. Apple Sunbutter Teeth Bites: We can’t wait to take a bite out of these these apple slices gone wild! (via Fork and Beans)

7. Candy Skull Crushers: These raw, gluten-free treats contain a blackberry + goji berry filling that bursts when you bite into ’em. Freeze before eating for a bone-crushing crunch. (via Wallflower Girl)

8. Freaky Fruit Spiders: We know what you’re thinking — these creepy crawlers look so real. Almost too real. (via Eating Richly)

9. Toasted Pumpkin Seeds: Save the pulp for the baked goods and the seeds for snacking. These spicy pepitas are perfect for game day or movie night. (via She Wears Many Hats)

10. Chocolate Covered Strawberry Owls: This healthy sweet treat will have you owling at the moon for more! (via Fork and Beans)

11. Candy Corn Fruit Parfait: Use fresh, canned or frozen mango and pineapple and top with greek yogurt (or whipped cream) for the candy corn look without all the calories. (via Eat Good 4 Life)

12. Apple Mummies: It just takes a few turns of a paring knife to make Fujis and Granny Smiths a little more ap-peel-ing. (via Two Healthy Kitchens)

13. Bat Bites: These bite-sized bats have an adult-friendly flavor from the goat cheese, cream cheese, and pesto mixture. Let your little ones decorate their own! (via PopSugar)

14. Boo-nanas, Witches’ Brooms, Mini Party Pumpkins: These kid-approved, bite-sized treats are super simple to throw together for lunches or after-school snacks. (via A Healthy Slice of Life)

15. Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Truffle Spiders: These sweet ‘n salty five-ingredient truffles pack a nutritional punch with a secret ingredient — high fiber cereal. (via Get Off Your Tush + Cook)

16. Franken-kiwis: Monster mash approved, these little cuties will bring your party to life. (via Two Healthy Kitchens)

17. Paleo Pumpkin Pie Smoothie: Whip up this pumpkin treat after a workout — or to refuel after all that pumpkin carving and Halloween decorating! (via Smile Sandwich)

18. Grapefruit Jack-o-Lanterns With Fall Harvest Salad: If pumpkins aren’t your thing, you can carve our citrus and light it up with a tealight or stuff it with this fresh fall fruit salad. (via Say Yes)

19. Chocolate-Dipped Coffee Roasted Pumpkin Seed Snack Clusters: There isn’t one part of this treat we don’t love. (via Half Baked Harvest)

20. Fall Party Mix with Salted Caramel: You won’t have to feel guilty about this party-in-your-mouth mix, which is filled with fiber-rich nuts and seeds, dried fruit, popcorn and a low-sugar version of caramel. (via Where Your Treasure Is)

21. Flourless Pumpkin Pie Chia Seed Blondies: If you’re in the market for a healthy version of a baked pumpkin treat, this blondie’s for you! The secret’s in the plantains. (via Purely Twins)

22. Homemade Fruit and Veggie Gummy Snacks: A gummy snack that you can feel good about, your kids will love AND a whole serving of fruits and vegetables? Win/win/WIN! (via Live Simply)

23. Skinny Tandoori Butter Sweet Potato Fries With Creamy Baked Harissa Feta: Holy moly, how good do these oven fries look? Oh, and the color? It could not be more perfect for pre-Halloween candy snackage. Or better yet, some Thursday night football eats? Yes, yes, yes. (via Half Baked Harvest)

24. Paleo Pumpkin Caramels: Can you believe all it takes is pumpkin, honey, and coconut oil to whip up these melt-in-your-mouth morsels? The texture of toasted pumpkin seeds take it to the next level. (via Kitchen Vignettes)

25. Baked Cinnamon Apple Chips: We didn’t think apples could get any more crisp until we saw this recipe. (via Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen)

26. Bloody Eyeballs: This recipe uses blueberries stuffed in longan fruit, which already look like eyeballs — hence the name, which literally translates to “dragon eye” in Chinese. (via Nom Nom Paleo)

Which of these healthy treats will you whip up for some paranormal snack-tivity?