Candy corn partners with pretzels and peanuts for a perfect sweet and salty seasonal treat. I always hear that candy corn is a love it or hate it candy. I’ve never cared for absolutes because I live so much of my life somewhere in the middle. My opinion of this seasonal confection is no different….
Where to get non-candy handouts
Oriental Trading has a fantastic selection of non-candy ideas for trick or treaters, and the way they list their items for sale makes it easy to see how much each piece costs individually. However, you will pay shipping with Oriental Trading.
If you have Amazon Prime, there’s a wide selection that ships for free. If you’re looking to save money, I highly recommend comparison shopping to get the best deal.
You might also find some of these items at big box stores like Walmart or Target, discount stores like Dollar General, or party stores like Party City.
Spider web taco dip is a quick and easy snack to share with guests at your next Halloween party. Creepy and delicious, the perfect combination to share with family and friends at your next Halloween party. Resembling a seven layer dip, this taco dip has three main layers, beans, seasoned sour cream and guacamole. The…
I know Halloween over a month away, but I wanted to share this printable activity a little early to give you time to have fun with it this year. If Halloween isn’t your thing, I also have a Fall Bucket List that is similar, but not specific to the holiday. This printable includes a collection…
Over the last couple of years, I’ve noticed a few of these blue pumpkins sitting around on different people’s porches. I thought they were cute decoration and a trend catching on, then I learned more. These aren’t just blue pumpkins, they are teal pumpkins and they represent something extremely important.
Teal pumpkins are part of the Teal Pumpkin Project. This is a movement set into motion by FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education). The idea of the project is to make Halloween safer and happier for all kids, including those with food allergies. People who pledge to put a teal pumpkin out or display a sign in their window are letting parents who have kids with food allergies know that they offer non-food treats for the kids, so they get to keep whatever they are given and don’t have to worry about it harming them in any way.