Are you looking for alternatives to hand out to the kids that come to your door on Halloween? Check out these 20 non-candy Halloween treats for kids that I found!
You might be afraid to hand out something to the neighborhood kids that isn’t candy. However, it’s okay, because they’ll get tons of candy from all your other neighbors. Believe it or not, the kids will actually be happy to get something other than candy. They’ll be able to bring it to school in their lunch, or as a snack, to show off to their friends. They won’t be able to do that with candy. Of course, you’ll make the parents happy to have non-candy Halloween treats.
All of these ideas would also be ideal for handing out in your kids’ classrooms.
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Food for Non-Candy Halloween Treats
This is something my kids would love to get for Halloween! The treats are just the right size and don’t have as much sugar as candy.
These are such a cute idea! Kids can have a healthy addition to their lunch in fun Halloween shapes.
Another cute thing the kids can bring in their lunch box. Since the cheese curls are baked, they’re healthier than regular cheese curls.
Everyone likes animal crackers!
Fruit snacks are a great alternative to candy. This brand has one of the lowest sugar count that we’ve found!
This mix is great because it’s low fat and low sugar! Something parents will love. The kids will like them too because they taste great!
Kids of all ages will enjoy these for a healthy snack or as part of their lunch.
For those of you that prefer to hand out organic snacks, here’s a cute idea!
Lots of kids love Cheezits, so this would be perfect!
Although these don’t have cute Halloween packaging, they’re still the perfect size for passing out to trick-or-treaters.Are you looking for alternatives to hand out to the kids that come to your door on Halloween? Check out these 20 non-candy Halloween treats for kids that I found!Click To Tweet
Toys for Non-Candy Halloween Treats
Kids absolutely love stamps! They have so much fun making different things with them. The younger ones can just stamp like crazy all over a scratch piece of paper. The older kids can use the stamps to help them tell a story. My son used to write a story and then add in a stamp in between. It’s like one of those fun rebus books!
This assortment is so cute! There are plenty of different toys to please everyone. There are 12 different ducks, character bubbles, and crayons. Also, there’s 36 glitter tattoos. That’s 72 different toys!
This is my favorite idea! The people who purchased it on Amazon agree too, because it got 5 stars! My kids and I loved playing with Play-Doh! I think any kid would be so happy to get this.
Kids and parents would love this! The kids could wear it immediately and have a fun accessory to add to their costume. The parents would love it because it would make their kids safer since they’d be easier to see.
5. Sticky Hands
Sticky hands are so fun for kids! They’ll love getting these to play with. I know at school, that’s what a lot of kids pick from the prize box.
Boys and girls nowadays both love playing legos. So, these toy figures would definitely be something they would enjoy. They have boy and girl figurines, so there’s something for everyone!
Kids love putting on their own puppet show for their parents or friends!
This is definitely something unique that the kids would enjoy! These would be fun to play with and the kids will get their exercise chasing them around!
This is super affordable to hand out, plus kids love stickers!
This is a huge assortment at an awesome price! You’ll be able to hand out a few of each to all the kids!
All of these are the best non-candy Halloween treats for kids that I could find. The kids will enjoy getting something unique. The parents will like that their kids have a treat that’s not candy.
Is there any treat on here you think you would like to hand out? Let me know in the comments. I’d love to hear about it.
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