Halloween is fast approaching, people. With late-night costume-making, hours spent decorating your home and all those parties, you’re bound to work up an appetite. Take advantage of all the seasonal flavors — pumpkin, apple, sweet potato and caramel — and use the excuse to eat miniature treats shaped like monsters and ghosts. With everything from sweet to savory, these bite-sized beauties will keep you happy and full well past midnight.

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1. Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Pie Protein Balls: These nutritious treats will definitely satisfy your pumpkin pie cravings. Plus, they’ll keep you full until lunch. (via FitSugar)

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2. Halloween Baked Potato Skin Pizzas: Two of the best foods — potato skins and pizza — mingle to make this delish snack. Make ’em for All Hallows’ Eve and then adapt them for football Sundays. (via Alida’s Kitchen)

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3. “Boo”nana Pops: These are a great candy alternative for your Halloween bash. Make a big batch and stick ’em in a bucket for a fun display. (via Skinny Taste)

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4. Healthy Protein Buckeyes: Swap the mini Reese’s Cups for these homemade buckeyes. Your taste buds will thank you. (via Fit Foodie Finds)

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5. Monster Quesadillas: You won’t have a sad desk lunch (or snack!) with these cheesy treats. (via Kitchen Fun With My Three Sons)

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6. Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Chip Blondies: The best thing about blondies, aside from them being blondies? You can cut them into any size. Make adorable bite-sized versions for your Halloween party. (via The Healthy Maven)

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7. Cyclops Cupcakes: Make these in mini muffin pans to enjoy a cute + sweet dessert. (via Brit + Co)

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8. Apple Crumble Shooters: Oats, apples and ice cream? We’re not sure these mini apple pies could get any more delicious. (via The Almond Eater)

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9. Monster Mouths: This fun and easy monster mouth recipe is a great way to enjoy and celebrate Halloween and monster-themed parties. Don’t worry, they won’t bite back. (via Today’s Frugal Mom)

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10. Pumpkin Pie Cookies: Who needs the whole pie when you can have a cookie version that will make you the office favorite? (via Food52)

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11. Pumpkin Spice Donut Holes: Donut holes are the king of all mini treats. They also make for a great grab-and-go breakfast. (via Blissful Basil)

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12. Carrot Rice Jack-O’-Lanterns: Looking for a savory Halloween-themed snack? These rice balls colored naturally with carrot juice are a great alternative. (via Apron Strings)

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13. White Chocolate Drenched Sweet Potato & Raisin Bites: Sweet potatoes are often forgotten around Halloween in exchange for their orange cousin, the pumpkin. Believe it or not, they are delicious with raisins and white chocolate. (via Runnin’ Sri Lankan)

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14. Vegan Ghost Peeps: This plant-based and gluten-free version of a seasonal favorite is even better in your hot chocolate. (via Fork and Beans)

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15. Chocolate Spiderweb Cupcakes With Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge Frosting: It’s a myth that healthy isn’t delicious, and it’s scary-good how yummy these dairy-free and grain-free cupcakes are. (via Texan Erin)

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16. Mini Caramel Apples: Can’t eat an entire caramel apple? These mini apples are perfect for kids and are super fun to make together as a family. (via Allyson Baker Design)

What are you snacking on this fall? Let us know below in the comments.