For every keto dieter, the scariest thing about Halloween is the hard-to-dodge candies and sweets. Loaded with sugar and low in fat, protein, and fiber, most Halloween food spells disaster for ketosis.

So, to make this Halloween compatible with your low-carb lifestyle, we’ve created 21 keto-friendly Halloween recipes. From appetizers and mains to drinks and desserts, you’ll find everything you need here for your Halloween bash.

Halloween Appetizers

Scare your guests silly with these delicious appetizers. All options are protein-rich and highly addictive.

1. Spooky Spiderweb Deviled Eggs

With just a few drops of green and blue food coloring, you can turn classic deviled eggs into a spooky Halloween snack.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 112
Fat 9.6g
Protein 5.8g
Net Carbs 0.5g
Spooky Spiderweb Deviled Eggs

2. Eyeballs with Olive and Cheese

You’ll need only four basic ingredients to make these healthful and gory eyeballs.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 30
Fat 2.3g
Protein 2.2g
Net Carbs 0.2g
Eyeballs with Olive and Cheese instructions

3. Mummy Meatballs

A tender and juicy meatball wrapped around strips of fathead dough – it just doesn’t get any better than this.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 218
Fat 14.6g
Protein 19.8g
Net Carbs 0.7g

4. Sausage Mummies

Yet another great mummy-themed snack that’s easy to prepare and even easier to enjoy.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 195
Fat 16.1g
Protein 10.6g
Net Carbs 1.3g

Halloween Main Dishes

These main courses will complete your day of trick-or-treating. They’re a little scary with a pinch of eeriness to them.

5. Graveyard Chicken Enchilada Dip

A Mexican cuisine staple with a spooky twist, this enchilada dip is perfect served with your favorite keto crackers.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 351
Fat 29g
Protein 17.9g
Net Carbs 4.7g

6. Halloween Zombie Meatloaf

If this rotting flesh and bug-eyed meatloaf doesn’t make you feel hungry, nothing will.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 428
Fat 28g
Protein 37.4g
Net Carbs 4.5g

7. Pumpkin Cannelloni with Thyme Butter Sauce

If you’d like to skip the blood and guts themes, then make this comforting cannelloni dish that we guarantee is bursting with fall flavors.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 315
Fat 27.7g
Protein 11.8g
Net Carbs 6g

8. Pumpkin Chowder

Another non-gory option is this simple chowder. It’s low in calories and high in nutrition too.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 89
Fat 5.8g
Protein 1.9g
Net Carbs 8.6g

Halloween Drinks

Here is a fun and enticing collection of alcoholic cocktails for a grown-up Halloween. Make these for your Halloween party or unwind with a fun cocktail after a day of trick-or-treating.

9. Eyeball Martini Cocktail

Add a slippery gelatin eyeball to a glass of martini and you’ll have your perfect toast to All Hallows’ Eve.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 208
Fat 3.7g
Protein 2g
Net Carbs 2.2g
Eyeball Martini Cocktail

10. Black Widow Vodka Cocktail

True to its name, this eerie cocktail comes in black and red hues when freshly mixed. And since it contains raw berries, it’s loaded with antioxidants too!

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 139
Fat 0.1g
Protein 0.2g
Net Carbs 0.9g
Black Widow Vodka Cocktail

11. Vampire Cocktail

Another way to make good use of healthful berries is by making this bloodthirsty cocktail. The syringes give it a true Halloween flair.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 226
Fat 0.5g
Protein 0.8g
Net Carbs 3.5g
Vampire Cocktail final

12. Frankensteins Punch

We’ve created a monster by mixing Jägermeister with lemonade and adding grape “eyeballs.”

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 18
Fat 0.2g
Protein 0.5g
Net Carbs 4g
Frankensteins Punch

13. Black Magic Margaritas

Put a spell on your Halloween celebration with these dark Margaritas. We’ve used orange extract to reduce the carb load here.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 162
Fat 0.1g
Protein 0.5g
Net Carbs 5.2g
Keto Black Magic Margaritas

Halloween Desserts

Halloween is all about the sweets. That’s why we’ve made this collection of sweet yet low-carb treats.

14. Brownie Bat Truffles

If, by any chance, you have some leftover keto brownies, definitely make these cute and spooky bats.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 300
Fat 30.8g
Protein 5.1g
Net Carbs 2.6g
Brownie Bat Truffles

15. Witch Fingers

A simple, buttery cookie rolled into the shape of a witch finger and dipped in berry sauce. Despite being a fairly simple recipe, the effect is uncanny.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 84
Fat 7.1g
Protein 2g
Net Carbs 1.5g
Witch Fingers

16. Mini Marzipan Pumpkins

In the true spirit of Halloween, make these decorative pumpkins to go with your other desserts, drinks, and snacks.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 50
Fat 4g
Protein 1.8g
Net Carbs 0.9g
Mini Marzipan Pumpkins

17. Halloween Ghost Truffles

These ghost truffles are so darn cute! And each and every one has a unique flair and personality.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 137
Fat 11.6g
Protein 4g
Net Carbs 7.2g
Halloween Ghost Truffles

18. Black Skull Cookies

Halloween recipes don’t have to be complicated. With the help of a skull-shaped cookie cutter, you can quickly make wicked cookies as a treat.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 116
Fat 10.8g
Protein 3.6g
Net Carbs 1.3g
Keto Black Skull Cookies

19. Spiderweb Cake

Cake lovers can now celebrate Halloween with their favorite dessert. By adding a spiderweb pattern icing, you can make classic chocolate cake more spooky.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 266
Fat 27.8g
Protein 3.6g
Net Carbs 1.8g
Spider Web Cake

20. Low-Carb Dead Velvet Cake

Red velvet cake is one of those classic desserts that are perfect during the fall season. Its crimson hue also makes it appropriate for Halloween.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 326
Fat 31.1g
Protein 7.1g
Net Carbs 3.7g
Low-Carb Dead Velvet Cake

21. Jack Skellington-Inspired Pumpkin Caramel Pie

Perfect for Tim Burton and The Nightmare Before Christmas fans. Unlike classic pumpkin pie, this one is fairly low in carbs and also comes with a caramel layer.

Nutrition Facts:
Calories 171
Fat 15g
Protein 4g
Net Carbs 9.8g
Jack Skellington Inspired Pumpkin Caramel Pie
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