10 Ways to Wow Your Trick or Treaters Without Candy

Not everyone likes to pass out candy treats to little ghosts and goblins for Halloween!  So, if you’re looking for things besides candy to give trick or treaters I’ve got your back with these 10 Halloween candy alternatives for trick or treaters.  They’re perfect for passing out at classroom parties too! 

The Tip Junkie Halloween site has over 500 Halloween crafts and ideas with pictured tutorials on how to make.  You can always search there if you’’re looking for more ideas. {wink}

Non Candy Halloween Treats

Non Candy Halloween Treats

1.  Monster Pencil Topper {free printable} ~ Attach these adorable printable monsters to pencil tops. Add wiggle eyes for more character.

2.  Glitter Slime Monsters ~ This cool craft is not just for Halloween. Kids will love being scientists for a day and making their own batch of glitter slime.  

3.  Frankenstein Halloween Treats ~ Dress up a fruit cup with feathers, sharpie, pom poms and googly eyes into a Frankenstein treat.  You can even make a pumpkin from the mandarin orange cups.

4.  Non-Candy Halloween Party Favor ~ Fun googly eye rings pair with this free printable to make cute non-candy Halloween treats.

5.  Monster Play Doh ~ Decorate individual containers of play doh with construction paper to make monster faces. 

Halloween Candy Alternatives

Halloween Candy Alternatives

6.  Don’t Forget Halloween Printable ~ Attach this adorable “don’t forget” printable to a finger bubble bottle.

7.  Halloween Lip Balm {free printable} ~ If you are going for the non-traditional candy free Halloween these chapstick labels are perfect.  Print a sheet of them, wrap them around your dollar store chapsticks and gift away.

8.  Halloween Jar Printable ~ Print these adorable jars to attach creepy crawly bugs to.  Perfect for an easy peasy gift idea.  

9.  Skeleton Halloween Favors  ~ Looking for an easy and quick party favor?  Print and attach this adorable tag to a plastic skeleton. 

10.  You Light Up My Halloween {party favor} ~ This glow stick party favor is such a fantastic idea!  I love that it’s not candy.  It’s also practical because the children can wear them trick-or-treating.

 

 

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If you love these Halloween crafts – then you’’ll find a THOUSAND more just as creative over on the Tip Junkie Party and Halloween sites! 

 

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  1. I always took little things to school when my son was in elementary school. Those would be great, because lots of times they can’t have home made food in schools. Our school didn’t have problems like that so I always did a Halloween treat also. I think those would be great for classrooms too.

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