Healthy Halloween Brownie Bites {No Bake Recipe}

Healthy Halloween brownie bites are a super easy, no bake, kid friendly activity. 

Sure to keep your kids entertained for at least a few minutes!

      Healthy Halloween Brownie Bites close up for intagram

No tricks – all treats with this healthy Halloween snack option.

These cute healthy Halloween brownie bites come together within a few minutes and are perfect if you have a kid helper. 

The kids can help measure and load up the food processor with all of the ingredients. Then you can pawn off the rolling and decorating too!

Healthy Halloween Brownie Bites ingredients in food processor before

This recipe is really this easy. Load up a food processor. Make the balls. Decorate. Chill. Done.

This is a no bake recipe!

I have an amazing Breville Sous Chef Food Processor, but this should work in any food processor.

How to avoid to dry or too sticky brownie bites

Healthy Halloween Brownie Bites ingredients after blending


The recipe as written is a good starting point, but I do find, depending on the freshness of the dates, you need to add water. 

If your mixture is not coming together like the photo above, add water, just a tablespoon at a time. 

If you have a mixture that is too sticky (ie. too wet), add in oats to tighten it up. 

Easiest way to form brownie bites

Healthy Halloween Brownie Bites with cookie scoop

I use this half tablespoon cookie scoop for this recipe. This way I can get even sized brownie bites and they are just the perfect size. 

Using a scoop also is just a lot less icky on the hands. Yes, the professional term is icky. 

Healthy Halloween Brownie Bites finished on a plate

Can I make this nut free?

Yes! Sub out the peanut butter for wow butter and you have school safe, nut free brownie bites. 

Healthy? How are sprinkles healthy?

They aren’t. If you want to leave them out, by all means, do it. It was just a fun way to get my kid interested in making energy bites! 

Healthy Halloween Brownie Bites decorated in kid hand

Where did you get those sprinkles?

I am in Canada, and I got them at Bulk Barn. But, of course Amazon can save the day with this super cute Hocus Pocus Sprinkle Medley

It really is amazing how much your kids want to be involved if you just add sprinkles!

These are essentially date balls, and my daughter was all in just for the sprinkles. #momhack

Healthy Halloween Brownie Bites kid helping decorate

Can I freeze these brownie bites

Absolutely. In fact, I keep them in the freezer, I like them super cold. Just let them thaw a few minutes before you bite into it. 

Do these taste like dates?

In my opinion, not at all.

They taste like brownies and have the texture of under cooked brownies … aka brownie mix. Trust me. You want these in your life. 



So, there you have it. A fun activity to do with your kids for Halloween, and at the end, you get healthy Halloween brownie bites!

When you make these with your kiddos, I want to see! Tag @mealplanaddict on Instagram, or come post a photo in the Meal Plan Addict Community! 

Looking for more energy bite ideas? Here are the ones I love!

Healthy Halloween Brownie Bites close up for intagram

Healthy Halloween Brownie Bites (No Bake)

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Healthy Halloween brownie bites are a super easy, no bake, kid friendly activity. 
Sure to keep your kids entertained for at least a few minutes! 
Course Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword Brownie bites, energy bites, Halloween treat, No bake recipe
Prep Time 15 minutes
Servings 20 balls
Calories 61



  • 12 medjool dates, pits removed
  • 2 tbsp dark chocolate chips
  • 1/3 cup rolled oats
  • 1 tbsp water
  • 2 tbsp peanut butter I use homemead peanut butter in the recipe, but feel free to sub any nut butter of choice - including wow butter.
  • 1 Tbs cocoa powder
  • Halloween sprinkles


  • Add all ingredients into a food processor - EXCEPT the sprinkles.
  • Pulse the food processor until the ingredients bind together. If the batter is sticking to the container and not starting to form a ball in the processor, add water only 1 tablespoon at a time until it starts to form a ball. If you add too much water, you can counter than with adding more oats.
  • Using a .5 teaspoon cookie scoop, scoop up the "dough" and form into balls.
  • Roll the balls in the sprinkle mix - but go easy on them!
  • These are best served after they are chilled. Put them in the freezer for 15 minutes to really set.
  • Store in an air tight container in the fridge or freezer. These last a week in the fridge, and 3 months in the freezer (but to be honest, the really wont last because they will be eaten!)


Nutrition information was calculated using homemade peanut butter, and not including the sprinkles. 


Serving: 1ball (.5 tbsp) | Calories: 61kcal | Carbohydrates: 12g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g

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