What to Eat Wednesday: 25 Halloween Treats That Aren't Candy

Make trick or treating fun and safe for everyone with these non-candy alternativeHalloween candy is already littering the shelves of every grocery store, but there are plenty of children, like those with diabetes, who can’t indulge in sugary treats even on October 31st. To keep them included in seasonal celebrations, try one of these 25 candy-free alternatives:

  1. Bubbles
  2. Glow sticks, necklaces, wands, glasses
  3. Stickers
  4. Pencils
  5. Pencil toppers
  6. Organic Juice Boxes
  7. Cool tattoo/character bandaids
  8. Mini crayon packs
  9. Mini Play-Doh
  10. Hair bows, barrettes, clips
  11. Erasers
  12. Mini slinkies
  13. Bouncy balls
  14. Mini nail polish
  15. Temporary tattoos (Halloween themed or popular characters)
  16. Spider rings
  17. Mini bottles of water
  18. Mini plastic army guys
  19. Hot Wheels or Matchbox cars
  20.  Plastic vampire fangs
  21. Whistles/other annoying noise makers
  22.  Mini rubber stamps
  23.  Mini water squirt guns
  24.  Fake jewelry (rings, necklaces, bracelets)
  25. Toothbrushes
Dr. Andrew Schneider
Dr. Andrew Schneider is a podiatrist and foot surgeon at Tanglewood Foot Specialists in Houston, TX.
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