This is essentially a recipe for the kids, but to be honest, the Steens office Team loved them so much they didn’t stick around for long! A healthy, gluten free option for Halloween treats, made with just yoghurt and Manuka Honey, decorated with dark chocolate drops, this fun and kid friendly recipe is ideal for creating alongside your littlies. Get them to create their own ghostly shapes by smearing the yoghurt into shapes, or ask them to decorate the ghosts with anything you have in your kitchen.
Black sesame seeds
Ghostly smiles made with orange or lemon rind
Healthy sweet treats are a go to in the Steens household for the grandies, and this one is ideal for Halloween.
With the tartness of Greek yoghurt and the sweetness of raw Manuka Honey, you could eat these all day and still not get sick of them. With immunity boosting methylglyoxal, pre-biotics and probiotics your belly will be as happy as your brain after looking at these cute little ghosties and then eating them fresh out of the freezer!
A cute way to decorate Halloween desserts, or present on a tray at the end of a halloween meal idea, your guests are bound to giggle when these little guys come out. Try decorating your little ones cereal on the morning of Halloween with these yoghurt treats.
If you have fun making this recipe, we would LOVE to see your ghostly shapes, so make sure you tag us @steensmanukahoney on Instagram!
Happy eating and Happy spooking,
The Steens Team x
2 cups unsweetened Greek yoghurt
3 tbsp Mnauka Honey
Dark chocolate (melted) for eyes and mouth
Warm the Manuka honey in the microwave or stovetop, gently – you don’t want to heat it too much or you’ll destroy the natural enzymes
Combine with Greek yoghurt
Place a piece of baking paper on a small tray or chopping board and smear your ghost shapes on the paper.
Pop your tray of ghosts in the freezer and freeze for an hour until hard.
Remove the tray from the freezer and peel off your ghost shapes one at a time.
Any ghosts you don’t want to eat straight away can also be removed from the paper, and stored carefully in the freezer for another frightful snack.