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Sponsored: Halloween Treat Alternatives

Sponsored: Halloween Treat Alternatives

There’s nothing wrong with an occasional treat, but what if you don’t want to give out candy for Halloween? Or what if you want other options for kids that may have food allergies? Here are economical and fun items that you can buy and give out to those Halloween trick-or-treaters.

10 Treat Ideas

  • Mini packs of pretzels 

  • 100% juice boxes or mini bottles of water

  • Small packs of crayons

  • Mini boxes of raisins, fruit leather or fruit snacks

  • Sugar-free gum

    Related Items

  • Halloween-themed erasers

  • Glow bracelets or necklaces

  • Stickers

  • Temporary tattoos

  • Hair scrunchies

Leah McGrath, RDN, LDN

Ingles Markets Corporate Dietitian


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