You’re so careful about what your family eats all year – but when Halloween comes around, do you find yourself reverting to the junk food that you grew up with? While a little indulgence one night a year can’t hurt, there are lots of great options for candies and treats that won’t compromise your healthy lifestyle.
All of these treats are all-natural – with no artificial colors or flavors, no trans-fats, no partially hydrogenated oil, no high-fructose corn syrup, and no other junk!
- Surf Sweets Candy – From gummy bears to jelly beans, Surf Sweets offers healthy, organic candies that are packed with vitamin C.
- Kids Organic Waffles from Honey Stinger – These individually wrapped waffles come in either Chocolate or Honey flavors – and are the perfect snack-size for trick-or-treaters
- Mandy’s Rich Chocolate Cookie Thins – Addictive little cookies that come in single-serve packaging and are topped with caramelized sugar for the perfect crunch.
- Justin’s Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups – All organic, and a big upgrade from the peanut butter cups we grew up with.
- YumEarth Candy – Gummy bears, sour beans, and lollipops, oh my! These affordable candies are all organic and delicious – and you can buy them in bulk!
- Skeeter Nut Free – These single serve bags of chocolate chip cookies and cinnamon grahams are a delicious treat for anyone – but they’re also safe for kids with nut allergies.
- Treehugger Gumballs – Individually wrapped, these gumballs are all-natural and come in fun flavors like Pomegranate, Lemonade & Wildberry
- Endangered Species Bug Bites – Choose either Milk Chocolate or Dark Chocolate, these mini chocolate squares are organic – and each square includes an insect trading card!
- Ocho Minis – These organic candy bars come in four crowd pleasing flavors: coconut, peppermint, peanut butter, and caramel.
- Dolcetto Chocolate Filled Cookies – Creamy chocolate, crunchy wafer – save these for yourself, it would be much too hard to give them away.
What will you give away to trick-or-treaters on Halloween this year?