6 Sugar-Free Halloween Celebrations



Sugar-Free Halloween Celebrations

Your kids are sweet enough already!  REALLY! 

With childhood obesity at an all-time high, most schools have begun requesting that parents send in healthy snack alternatives.  If this idea has your kids frowing and you scratching your head wondering what you can send in to satisfy the school's request for nutritious fodder and the students' desire for fun, look no further.

We've found some great healthy treats that will make everyone happy {and healthy}!

Individual Jack-o-Lanterns for All!

Look what The Princess and The Frog Blog came up with!



Mummy Pizzas!

How about these Mummy Pizzas we found on Squidoo:


Boo-nana Pops!

These Boo-nana Pops from BlogHer satisfy the sweet tooth without extra sugar:





Creepy Lady Fingers!

These Creepy Lady Fingers from Livin Locurto are great for dipping into soups or sauces:



Pumpkin Pie Playdough!

 Moving over to the party favor department, Blue Bird Lucy's got the 411 on fun with Pumpkin Pie Playdough:


 Green Monster Slime!



 And last, but not least, All Things Simple has a fab activity or party favor in Green Monster Slime:




Your Turn!

What's your favorite way to keep the sugar out of Halloween!  We'd love to hear about it!

Happy Halloween'ing to you and yours!




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Comments

Deborah McNelis said…
I sure love sharing ideas that contribute to well functioning brains. These ideas are great for keeping sugar from affecting attention span and learning. Kids will be in a better mood after eating these treats!

I have already shared them!
Thanks Wendy!
Deborah,

Thanks so much for dropping by and mentioning the vitally important points about attention span, learning and mood/behavior!

Thanks for your always important insights!

Wendy =)
Suja Sundar said…
This is great! Much needed post during Halloween.Sharing..
Suja,

Thanks for your kind words and for stopping by! I appreciate you sharing our post! Looking forward to having you stop by again! Happy Halloween!

Wendy =)

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