Last minute Halloween treats for your little ghouls

Hosting an impromptu Halloween party post school for your little ones, but have nothing to hand? Then don’t despair as we’ve honed in on an array of super healthy snacks – and tasty recipe below – from BFree which is ideal to serve with dips, as wraps or grilled as part of a larger brunch recipe.

Food: last minute Halloween treats for your little ghouls

Starting with their sweet potato wraps – which are great for creating the ideal spook feast for your little ones – you can also try these tasty wraps at home, work or as a weekend snack for yourself as the sweet potato offerings – which are made with real sweet potatoes ground down in to a flour and are only 95 calories per wrap – not only taste great, but are high in antioxidant vitamin E, high in fibre, low in fat, suitable for vegans and have no added sugar.

Plus for those with allergies they are also free from the top fourteen allergens including wheat, gluten, dairy, egg, nut and soy.

The versatile wraps come part of a much wider free-from range that includes Stone-Baked Pitta Breads, Quinoa and Chia Seed Wraps with Teff and Flax Seeds, Bagels, White and Brown Loaves, and much more.

Below, BFree have shared their flavorsome recipe for Spooky Tortillas with Guacamole…


1 packet BFree Sweet Potato Wraps

olive oil

sea salt

3 ripe avocados

juice of 1 lime

1 tomato

½ red onion

a small bunch of coriander


1 Preheat oven to 180 degrees.

2 Using a stencil, make ghost shapes from the Sweet Potato Wraps.

3 Brush with olive oil, sprinkle over some sea salt and bake for about 10 minutes until crisp.

4 Dice the tomato, red onion and coriander and tip into a bowl.

5 Mash the avocado and add to the bowl with the rest of the ingredients.

6 Squeeze in the lime juice, add sea salt to taste and serve.

The BFree Sweet Potato Wraps are now available in-store and online at Tesco and Asda. For more details visit

By Kimberly Lavey