A Good TRICK Could Be The Best Kind Of Healthy Treat

Graphic HalloweenForget tricks, I’m only into treats.Especially healthy treats!

And of course, Halloween and candy go together…

Especially for kids.

But we all know that most candy isn’t good for kids, right?

Is there actually healthy Halloween candy?

Now there is, and this is no trick, it’s the truth!

Turns out that healthy Halloween treats don’t need to be bland boring things kids hate…

Not anymore.

Plus, if you dip into the healthier Halloween stash, (and who doesn’t) then you avoid the guilt, right?!

BTW, the healthier treats are becoming more and more widely available, and they are coming in larger packs as well. My favorite is the peanut butter cups.

My personal healthy Halloween favs:

Try Justin’s Organic PB Cups. These are just the ticket since this is what kids really want at Halloween, or any time!
•>=== Sun Cups:<=

My next favorite is for kids (or grown-up kids) with nut allergies who now can enjoy a perfectly delicious butter cup taste.

Peanut-free Sun Cups are Non-GMO Project verified, Rainforest Alliance Certified, and free of soy, gluten, peanuts and tree nuts, plus made in a nut- and gluten-free facility.

If you have a favorite healthy candy, reply in the comments and let me know!

 

P.S. — Every Halloween my husband and I joke that once the evening comes and the doorbell starts, there are so many trick-or-treaters that we don’t sit down for about 3 hours straight. Now, we don’t have kids, but we don’t feel right offering the typical kind of Halloween junk.

If you feel the same way or if you want to dip into the candy stash without feeling guilty, then go ahead, stock up on healthy Halloween candy.

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