With these animal-based recipes for Halloween, you can make a variation of the festive foods you know and love – caramel apples, butter cups, truffles, cookies, and more – using whole, nutrient-dense foods without sacrificing taste or pleasure.
For starters, chocolate is not animal-based (by Paul’s definition). Neither is coffee, but many people who eat an animal-based diet still drink it. And some still also eat chocolate.
In this post, you will find 11 animal-based recipes to help you celebrate Halloween, but without all of the crap ingredients like seed oils and processed sugar. All of these meat-based recipes (and the rest of the recipes on this website) use animal-based ingredients, like beef, pork, chicken, uncured meats, organ meats, animal fats, some low toxicity fruits and vegetables, honey, and (optional) zero carb condiments, herbs, and spices.
Some of these recipes have chocolate in them, and some do not.
I hope you enjoy these recipes as much as I enjoyed creating them!
Looking for carnivore recipes? Click here to see 14 of my most popular carnivore recipes, including bread, chips, pancakes, fried chicken, and pizza!
Click the graphic below to check out all of my animal-based recipes, or keep scrolling to see the ones that I recommend for an animal-based Halloween.
Animal-Based Halloween Recipes