Skip the candy this Halloween! Here are some Non-Candy Halloween Treats you can hand out to trick or treaters instead.
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The Halloween season is finally here. Little ghouls and goblins will be walking the streets saying those magical words, “trick or treat”. These three little words are just what kids are expected to say when they go out trick or treating on Halloween night. Kids everywhere will be walking around the community streets asking for a little sweet treat. The thing about Halloween and trick or treating is that many families are opting out of the sweet, sugary treats and seeking alternative options for Halloween treats. There are many fun and creative non-candy Halloween treats that you can offer kids on Halloween night that will satisfy their little trick or treating hearts just the same as a big piece of sweet, sugary candy.
Also, with the number of food allergies today, candy is just not an option for some children. The Teal Pumpkin Project is a great way to let trick or treaters know that your house is allergy-friendly. Putting a teal pumpkin on your doorstep means you have non-food treats available, such as glow sticks or small toys. This simple act promotes inclusion for trick-or-treaters with food allergies or other conditions.
Ideas for Non-Candy Halloween Treats
Ideas for Non-Candy Halloween Snacks
When it comes to picking out the right ideas for non-candy Halloween treats you have to take into consideration the age of the kids that usually venture to your door on Halloween night. From crackers to pencils and bubbles or glow sticks, this extensive list of ideas for non-candy Halloween treats will surely inspire you to find some fabulous ideas that go beyond candy to hand out on Halloween night.
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