Halloween Workout & Ketogenic Party Food

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Halloween is next Monday, but a lot of people will be celebrating this weekend. In honor of the upcoming holiday (the best holiday, in my opinion) and Workout Wednesday, today we have a Halloween workout and some great, Ketogenic recipes for your party. 

If you’re a long-time reader you’ll know that I love sharing things on Halloween. Back in 2013 when the blog was still pretty new, I shared a Candy Busting Workout. Two years ago, I shared another Halloween workout that I created for a special Healthworks event with my clients. Last year, I shared 5 Tips for a Healthy Halloween.

A new Halloween workout and some recipes this year is definitely a win/win.

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Halloween Workout

Framed as a workout for your very survival this Halloween, get ready to make your way through graveyards, avoiding zombies and flying bats. You’ll have to run, duck, hold very still, and try to sneak by!

Halloween workout survival

Did you make it? I sure hope so, because if you did you get to enjoy some awesome food now!

Ketogenic Party Food

There’s just something about Halloween that makes cooking so fun for me. I think it’s probably the idea of turning basic foods into creepy, scary counterparts.

Now that I’m focusing on a Ketogenic way of eating, I wanted to share some Ketogenic Halloween party food ideas with you.

Monster Eyeball Deviled Eggs

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Ingredients:

  • 12 eggs
  • 1/2 c. mayonnaise
  • 4 Tbsp. dijon mustard
  • Green and Red food coloring
  • 12 black olive slices

Directions:

Place eggs in a pot and cover with water. Place over high heat and bring to a boil. Allow to boil uncovered for two minutes, then reduce temperature to low and cover eggs. Let sit for 10 minutes. Remove from heat and place eggs in a bowl of ice water to stop cooking. Peel eggs and slice in half. Remove yolks to a separate bowl.

To the egg yolks, add mayonnaise and mustard. Mix thoroughly. Add enough green food coloring to your preference. Using a spoon or pastry bag, fill boiled egg whites with green egg yolk mixture. Top green yolks with a black olive slice.

To make red veins, dip a toothpick in red food coloring and slide the edge of the toothpick along the whites of the eggs.

Spider Web Layer Dip

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For this dish you can start with store bought dip (as above), but make sure the ingredients are keto friendly. Avoid a dip that uses beans. For convenience, use store bought guacamole and pico de gallo. Pico de gallo may be substituted with diced tomatoes.

Ingredients:

  • Guacamole
  • Sour Cream (full fat)
  • Pico de Gallo
  • Shredded cheese (full fat)
  • Bacon, cooked crisp and crumbled
  • Ground beef, browned and drained

Directions:

In a medium dish, layer ingredients in the following order: guacamole, cooked ground beef, sour cream, pico de gallo, crumbled crisp bacon, shredded cheese. Using a pastry bag or ziploc bag with a hole cut in the corner, draw a spider web using additional sour cream on top of the dip. Add (thoroughly washed!) plastic spiders and serve with low carb vegetables or pork rinds for dipping.

With these recipes and easy Halloween workout, this weekend is sure to be fun and healthy! What is your favorite Halloween party food recipe? Will you try your luck at my Halloween survival workout?

Keep fighting,
Becki

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19 Comments


    1. // Reply

      Thank you! They’re super delicious. 🙂


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    That spider dip is adorable! I am definitely going to use that idea for a Halloween party I’m attending on Monday. Thank you for sharing! <3


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      Let me know how people like it. It’s so cute and yummy!


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      Yay! You’re always welcome, girl! 😀


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    Oh my gosh those eggs! How fun, maybe one of these years the girls will have a Halloween party. Good chance since my youngest’s birthday is only a week before.


    1. // Reply

      Haha, you should definitely do a Halloween/birthday party! I have more food ideas if you need them. 😉 Halloween is my favorite.


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    Those deviled eggs look so scary I’m not sure I could eat them. Which means you did an awesome job on making them look Halloweeny!! Fun treats and a fun workout! Cool.
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      Haha, thank you! They’re fun to make. Halloween is my favorite so making creepy food is a big part of that.


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      Haha, you aren’t alone. I just happen to really love creepy food. 🙂


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    Loved the workout on Insta! Saved to my phone to try this weekend!
    Cute spider webs!


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    Love the Halloween workout! I did it with my 6 year old so and he thought it was great–got all our wiggles out before bedtime!
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  6. // Reply

    Very creative dishes you shared here in your post. Halloween is still far but I have ideas now, what to prepare for that season.I like the spider web layer dip. Thanks for sharing your recipes.
    The Halloween workout is fun as well. To think you were able to come up with that idea. I bet in real situation where we would be attack by real zombies, 30 seconds fast feet is note enough though. We might want to fly so we can totally avoid them. By the way, do you have work out Halloween music list to match the exercise routines?

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