Healthy Halloween Treats (Affordable & on Amazon Prime!)

High fructose corn syrup, artificial dyes, hydrogenated oils… Halloween can be a scary time! Here’s a list of of healthier Halloween treats!

Halloween healthy treats by Mama Natural

High fructose corn syrup, artificial dyes, hydrogenated oils… Halloween can be a scary time for Natural Mamas! ?

But don’t despair! Thanks to the real food movement, there are plenty of healthy Halloween treats on the market! (And many are available on Amazon Prime for last minute shoppers like me.)

Best Healthy Halloween Treats ?

Without further adieu, here are my top recommendations for affordable and healthy Halloween treats ranked by price and all are available on Amazon Prime.

* Great options that don’t exclude kids with allergies. Looking for ways to celebrate the season without so much focus on treats? Check out this post.


Homemade Healthy Halloween Treats

For those who prefer a quite holiday and want to make their own healthy Halloween treats, here are some recipes you could try…


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Non-Food Healthy Halloween Treats

If you participate in the Teal Pumpkin Project, here are some non-food items you can offer children. As an FYI, if you plan on also handing out candy too, be sure to put these non-food items in a separate dish so there’s no cross-contamination.

Healthy Halloween Treats Don’t Have to Be Pricey?

While we’d all love to give away organic, fair trade, non-GMO, low-cadmium chocolate bars sweetened with organic coconut nectar crystals fresh from the palm, we don’t want to spend $3.00 per kid! Best to save those special treats for mama ?and find more affordable treat options, especially if you’re expecting tons of Trick-or-Treaters!

Healthy Halloween Treats Don’t Have to be Hard to Find…

Most grocery stores don’t have large selections of healthy Halloween treats. Sure, Whole Foods does, but they tend to be cost prohibitive. (Again, save the special treats for mama.) I also don’t like going from store to store searching for options when I can order them from the comfort of my own home (hello, Amazon Prime!). Plus, I find much better deals online than I find in most health food stores.

Healthy Halloween Treats: It is possible!

I hope this post is helpful in your quest for healthy Halloween treats. With a little creativity and planning, it is definitely doable, mama! And if you want to curb the candy consumption post-Halloween, be sure to check out my post about the Switch Witch.

Switch-Witch

How about you?

Thanks for reading and now I’d love to hear from you. What are your favorite healthy Halloween treats to give away? How do you manage the candy overload?

Share with us in the comments below!

Genevieve Howland

About the Author

Genevieve Howland is a doula and childbirth educator. She is the bestselling author of The Mama Natural Week-by-Week Guide to Pregnancy and Childbirth and creator of the Mama Natural Birth Course. A mother of three, graduate of the University of Colorado, and YouTuber with over 135,000,000 views, she helps mothers and moms-to-be lead healthier and more natural lives.

8 Comments

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  2. We’ve done the Yum earth lollipops for a few years and tried the Unreal peanut butter cups last year. Sometimes I throw in the Justin’s peanut butter cups too. Gummies we have to stay away from in our house because of the gelatin and I saw Sprouts start to carry a “healthier” candy corn which I’m bummed out about because it still has egg white. My kids really want to try candy corn and that’s probably the biggest set back being vegan for this time of year. I have yet to make my own. We allow them to collect candy while trick or treating, they can pick a few safe candies that I know are vegan safe but I don’t let them dive too much into it. We call it “Junk candy” in our house and all of it goes right back out the door at the end of the night to the remaining trick or treaters or donated to daddy’s office the next day. I usually make my own caramel apples, rice krispy treats or some other treat at home on Halloween anyways so the kids see those backup treats I made and are happy to switch over their candy. My kids are 8, 5 and 2. They know that if we can’t find a vegan version of a treat they like, mommy will find a way to make it. 😉

  3. Thank you for the list of alternative treats. I have some of these already but I will order a few others. I try to get all the organic drinks and treats. My son likes them. I love the juice idea

  4. So many great ideas! I might get some gummies for myself!

  5. I don’t know if you’ve heard about it, but there’s also the Teal Pumpkin Project that exists to help promote safer and healthier ways to do Halloween. Basically, you paint a pumpkin teal to advertise that you will be handing out non-food treats or allergy free eatable treats. You can also display a poster on your door and hand out flyers if you want to spread this movement that started in 2014.

    Here’s the link for more info :
    http://foodallergycanada.ca/teal-pumpkin-project/

  6. Thanks for the great ideas!

  7. As a note to any Costco members, Stretch Island fruit leathers are available there, in bulk!


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