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Looking for a healthy and cute Halloween treat? These clementine pumpkins are always a hit! They are done in just minutes and have proven to be a kid-favorite year after year.
Why You’ll Love Clementine Pumpkins
- Kids love them! It’s amazing how one small addition to this tangy fruit can completely transform it. I even used these as a snack for my son’s Halloween Party!
- They are SO easy. I am all about an easy Halloween Snack idea.
- They are perfect for a group. Clementine Pumpkins would be so cute on charcuterie board or served with a meal for a group of people. Include some Mummy Hot Dogs too.
- They are a healthy snack. Clementines are a healthy choice due to their rich vitamin C content, low calorie count, and dietary fiber, supporting immune health, digestion, and skin vitality.
How to Make Clementine Pumpkins
The first step is to slice up a green pepper into small pieces to serve at the “stem”. They should be fairly thin and about 1/2-1 inch long.
Now simply peel the clementine and place the green pepper into the hole on top.
That’s it. Seriously!
Here are a few ways you could mix up this snack idea.
- Use a little piece of parsley as the stem.
- Don’t peel the clementines and just draw a little jack-lantern face on it.
- You could use celery as the stem.
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- Green bell peppers, thinly sliced and cut into 1/2-1 inch pieces.
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- Peel the clementines.
- Insert a small slice of green bell pepper into the top of the “pumpkin” to represent the stem. That’s it!