Halloween is only a few short days away and to help you think of some different non-candy treats to offer trick-or-treaters this year, I wanted to offer you a round-up of some drool-worthy delights. Below are a few options to consider as an alternative that will keep the ghosts and goblins coming back for more:
Bauli Mini Croissants – These sweet mini indulgences are delicious, portion controlled treat for children (and parents) to enjoy. Bauli Mini Croissants are available in two varieties – Chocolate and Vanilla Custard – these tasty, bite-sized delights are perfect for the lunchbox this year (only 50 calories a pop). Oven baked and ready to eat makes them a convenient treat! SRP: $1.99 (6 mini croissants per bag), www.BauliUSA.com
Viki’s Granola Snack Packs – This great tasting, GLUTEN-FREE granola is made with 100% ALL NATURAL ingredients. Available in three flavors, these snack packs are perfect treats for on-the-go. ! MSRP: $11.99 / (10) 1.5oz bags. Available in Original, Blueberry Almond & Maple Cranberry.
Gaea Greek Olive Snack Packs – Gaea’s olives come from the finest olive groves in Greece, using time honored, traditional farming techniques while they are harvested by hand. Gaea’s olive snack packs are 100% natural and delicious. They are the 1st olive snack in the world without preservatives and they are packed in an innovative re -sealable packaging. Liquid-free, Pitted and full of authentic Greek flavors, delicious and the perfect healthy and low calories snack for anytime of the day! Available in three flavor options: 100% Kalamata, Green marinated with Chili & Black Peppers, Green marinated with Lemon & Oregano; MSRP $2.99
These would also make great stocking stuffers!
For a toddlers 1st Halloween and other healthy options, check out Gramma Knows Best Healthy Halloween Treats & Toddlers 1st Halloween Post.
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