It’s a stressful holiday for us Moms with diabetics, peanut allergies, gluten allergies and other health concerns. The unfortunate alternative could be just not trick or treating at all, but what fun is that? Instead I started looking into ideas for non-candy Halloween treats. My plan is to provide these for the kids coming to my door and also as a trade-in option for my little diabetic.
These are the perfect Halloween treat!! As the kids are out trick or treating they can be all lit up. I haven’t met a child yet that doesn’t love glow stick bracelets!
I would have never thought to get sticky hands, but these are my kids favorite thing to get out of 25¢ machines and they would love to get them for Halloween!
I know that I don’t necessarily want these at my house as a Mother…but my children would LOVE them!
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Anything glow-in-the-dark is a win at hour house and these bouncy balls are so fun for Halloween!
I’m not going to lie, I actually want these for me! I think they are so cute!
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I mean, can you even? The skeleton duck? Dead.
Endless hours of noisy entertainment. But no gluten.
Also hours of endless entertainment and it seems we’re always due for some fresh play-doh!
Aren’t these so cute? The teeth!!
These teach science? Ok, they’re just fun.
Have you found some candy-free favorites? Share in the comments below!
The Mama’s Guide to Halloween
Halloween can be busy. Halloween can be fun. Halloween can be extremely stressful. The costumes, the decorations, crafts, activities, school parties, trick or treating, kids safety, food, recipes,...we get it. You’re most likely feeling overwhelmed with this spooky holiday. We’ve been there before too. Halloween is meant to be fun for everyone, not wear you down with all the minutiae of the holiday festivities! We’re here to help! Here’s what every Mama needs to know about Halloween. The Mama’s Guide to Halloween provides Halloween tips, tricks, resources, recipes, activities, costume ideas, and more!