Category Archive: Halloween Treats

7 Ways To Eat Halloween Candy Without Ruining Your Teeth

Halloween is a sweet time of year for kids, but it can be a nightmare for health-conscious parents concerned about excess sugar leading to cavities. But Halloween tricking and treating doesn’t have to be scary with these helpful tips from the Ontario Dental Hygienists’ Association: If kids have a healthy meal before they go trick-or-treating, …

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Simply Healthy Halloween Treats: Banana Halloween Ghosts

When my daughter was young, she was a fruit fanatic. I was so happy that she craved fruits and didn’t care too much for other sweets, and I like to think that I contributed to that a little by encouraging healthy habits. Making good food fun is a great way to keep kids on track with …

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Healthy Halloween Treat: Green Apple Monsters

These healthy Halloween snacks won’t leave you feeling guilty after feeding them to the group at your child’s next Halloween party! They’re mostly fruit and peanut butter, and make for unique & tasty Halloween treats that are festive, but not too scary. They also make for a super fun family activity for the fall! Green Apple Monsters Here’s …

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Halloween – Edible Ghosts, Bugs, and Bones

Chocolate Spiders Ingredients 1 package (12 ounces) semi-sweet chocolate chips 2 cups (half a bag) miniature marshmallows thin black licorice whips mini M&Ms Steps Melt chocolate in the microwave just until melted. I usually put it the microwave in 30-second increments, stirring well after every 30 seconds. The chocolate should not be too hot or …

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20 Spooktacular Tips For a Green Halloween

Back in the day, we celebrated Halloween the eco-friendly way before we knew what eco-friendly meant. Costumes weren’t bought in a bag, they were made. Halloween treats were usually homemade and gobbled up as soon as they were dropped into our Halloween sacks (aka pillowcases). We would bob for apples, snack on popcorn balls, tell …

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