Nutrient-Rich Halloween Treats for Children

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It’s hard to come up with snacks to give out to kids that aren’t awful for them. They will end up getting enough candy from other sources, so there’s probably no need to contribute any more to their stash. Below are some alternative healthy Halloween treats that won’t pack on the pounds.

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats


– Peanuts

Everyone loves peanuts, unless they’re allergic to them. While they do contain fat, it’s good fat that’s rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. They are also very high in protein, and can easily be separated into bags to give out to the kids.

– Granola Bars

These are great to give out to kids, because they are good for them, but at the same time still sweet enough for them to like. Go for a brand low in processed sugars to make it even healthier.

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

– String Cheese

Kids love string cheese, and it’s got a lot of protein and calcium that’s good for a growing body. Most brands use 2% milk, so the cheese is also low in calories. Be sure to keep this treat in the fridge until handing it out, as it can easily go bad.

– Popcorn

While you can make your own popcorn balls and wrap them individually, it’s a good idea to buy prepackages ones from the grocery store. Popcorn is a very low-calorie food that contains almost all the fiber a kid needs for a whole day.

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

– Pretzels

Almost everyone loves to snack on pretzels any time of year. Amazingly, this favorite is incredibly nutritious. Pretzels contain protein, omega-3 fatty acids, niacin, thiamine, and much more.

– Trail Mix

If you live in a neighborhood where you feel like you can give kids treats you’ve made, then there’s nothing better than homemade trail mix. You can combine goodies kids’ love, like M&Ms or chocolate chips with things that are good for them, like pretzels, nuts, and dried fruit. The kid’s parents will appreciate the effort.

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween is a fun time for everyone, but there’s no need to contribute to the unhealthy treats that kids will undoubtedly gather when they trick or treat. Use one of the healthy Halloween treats ideas above and possibly keep some kids from getting the dreaded candy stomach ache!

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats

Halloween Treats