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Discover healthy foods for Halloween candy bowls to keep kids and parents happy.
Do you have 10 Halloween candy dishes like I do? My kids immediately expect me to fill them up with candy and goodies. And let’s be honest, I do fill them once or twice.
But after that, I want some kind of healthier option for our bowls.
It is amazing how much more fun a healthy snack is when it is displayed in a big witch bowl.
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Healthy Foods for Halloween Candy Bowls (or At Least Healthier)
Some of these options are healthier than others but I think they are all better than candy. And after Trick Or Treating we have about 200 lbs of candy lingering around it seems.
So if we can be just the tiniest bit healthier leading up to the big day, I will take it!
My kids will grab what is in the bowl so having a few options with less sugar or other wholesome ingredients is something that I am happy to do.
Non-Candy Snacks To Put in Halloween Candy Dish
I have linked to cute orange and black packages and ghosts and goblin shaped food. But my kids also just like when I stick stuff we already have in the pantry in the holiday bowls so you might want to try that too.
- Individual Peanut Butter Cracker Packages
- Individual Halloween Raisins (we are kind of obsessed with the new Sour Raisins)
- Individual Halloween Veggie Chips
- Halloween Granola Bars
- Individual Halloween Goldfish Packages
- Bat Pretzel Packages
- Annie’s Halloween Bunny Grahams
- Ghost Animal Crackers
- Fresh Fruit (Cutie’s are perfect since they are orange!)
- Halloween Applesauce Pouches
- Boom Chicka Pop Halloween Popcorn Bags
Other Fun and Healthy Halloween Treats for Kids
We love Halloween around here! Here are some other fun things that we have been working on lately.