101 Non Candy Halloween Treat Ideas


101 Non Candy Halloween Treat Ideas

Need alternatives to candy this Halloween for school or house parties or to hand out to trick or treaters? This list of 101 Non Candy Halloween Treat Ideas has something for everyone.


• Animal Crackers
• Apple Chips (single serve)
• Army Men
Balloons
Body Glitter
Bookmarks
Bubbles
• Cards
• Cereal (single serve boxes)
• Cereal Bars
• Chalk
• Chapstick
• Character Bandaids
• Colored Pencils
• Coloring Books
• Comic Books
• Cookies (single serve)
Crayons
• Doggie Treats (for Fido)
Erasers
Eye (Bouncy) Ball
Fake Eyeballs
• Fake Fingers
• Fake Mustaches
• Finger Puppet
• Flash Ring
Foam Halloween Masks
• Fruit Cups
• Fruit Leather
• Glow Bracelets
• Glow Earrings
• Glow Necklaces
Glow Sticks
• Gold Fish Crackers Snack Bags
• Granola Bars
• Hacky Sacks
• Hair Accessories (bows, barrettes, clips)
• Hand Sanitizer
• Highlighters
• Hot Chocolate Packets
• Hot Cider Packets
• Hot Wheels or Matchbox cars
• Juice Box
Kazoo
• Kleenex (purse packs)
• Lip Smackers
• Magnets
• Mardi Gras Bead Necklaces
• Markers
Maze Puzzle
• Memo Pads
• Microwave Popcorn Packs (single serve)
• Mini Coloring Books
• Mini Flashlight
• Mini Nail Polish
Mini Play-Doh
• Mini Raisin Boxes
• Money (quarters, 50-cent pieces)
Monster Bendables
Noise Putty (mini)
• Nuts (single serve packs)
• Pencil Toppers
Pencils (Sports Team, Halloween Themed, etc)
Pens
Pirate Eye Patch
Plastic Bugs
• Plastic Spiders
Popcorn Balls
Porcupine Balls
• Potato Chips (single sever)
• Pretzels (single serve bags)
• Restaurant Coupons (Wendy’s, McDonald’s, Burger King, Friendly’s)
• Rubber Rats
• Rubber Spiders
• Rulers
• Silly Bandz
• Silly Putty
• Silly Straws
Slap Bracelets
• Slide Puzzles
Slime
• Slinky Jr
• Spider Rings
• Spinning Top
Stamps
• Stencils
Stickers
• Stretchy Frogs
• Sugar Free Gum
• Superballs
Temporary Tattoos
• Toothbrush
• Toothpaste (trial size)
• Trading Cards (Sports, Pokemon, Magic Cards!)
• Trail Mix (single serve)
• Water (bottled)
• Wax Mustaches
Wax Vampire Fangs
• Whistles
• Word Puzzles
• Yo-yo

• Note that not all items are suitable for all ages.

• If you have a variety of items to offer your trick or treaters, place all the items on a tray or in a giant bucket. You will be shocked at how many kids will pick the toothbrushes. If a parent is trick or treating with their youngsters, ask the parent to help choose.

Remember when you get home to always check your child’s trick or treat bag for unwrapped edibles or toys that are not age appropriate, as well as for items your child may be allergic to, discard as necessary.


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No Self Control


Hubby goes through the ads every Sunday morning. He marks up the grocery store ads, some of of the drug store ads, Target and WalMart. Yesterday he saw that Target had Pepsi on sale 4/$12and Hubby casually mentioned it to me. After going through all the other ads, he determined that Target had the best price on the pop he wanted, and again very casually mentioned to me, “You should go to Target this week for Pepsi.”

To which I responded, “We both know I have no self control at Target. I’ll spend more there than the difference we’d save if I bought it for full price somewhere else, so do it yourself.”

After pulling the “But if you loved me you would” card, he did admit that Target is my Waterloo, and asked, “Why is that?”

You know, I honestly do not know. Target is the one store I seem to dither in, looking at what is new on the shelves, what is good on the clearance end-caps, etc. I wander. I NEVER wander a store! I am a very targeted (hehe) shopper. But, I could walk into Target with a list that should cost me $20, and end up spending $75 on goodness-only-knows-what all the time!

Do you have a store where you have no control? Where, regardless of the list in your hand and all good intentions, items magically make it onto the check-out belt and your bill inflates to two to four times what you expected? If so, in what store do you lose control? Any idea why?


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