Pumpkin Patch Snacks

Author Albertsons Market | September 3, 2020

Do the extra sugar and calories from your favorite Halloween snacks give you a fright? This festive fruit-veggie combo is just what you need to snack smart while not missing out on the spirit of the season.

Serves: 10 clementines


  • 10 seedless oranges or clementines
  • 1 bunch of celery with leaves


  1. Peel each orange or clementine, removing as much of the membrane as possible off fruit’s flesh.
  2. Clean your celery and cut 10 one-inch pieces (with leaves still attached, if possible). Set aside.
  3. Gently place a piece of celery into each orange or clementine so that it looks like a pumpkin stem..
  4. Serve to hungry monsters and enjoy! 

Recipe Inspired By: onelittleproject.com


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