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Halloween Treats for Babies and Toddlers

Updated on September 12, 2010

Halloween Treats for Babies and Toddlers

If you know a baby or small child will be coming by this Halloween, have some good and healthy treats just for them. Baby-friendly Halloween treats should be tasty, healthy and easy for little hands to hold.

Teething Biscuits

A good Halloween treat for babies that are teething are snacks that help to soothe gums, and are just the right size for little hands.

Fruit Puffs

Fruit puffs are delicious and a perfect treat for babies just learning to eat finger foods. These delicious snacks are available in cherry, strawberry apple, apple cinnamon and peach flavors.

Munchies for Babies

Package an assortment of cheese cut into 1" squares, in a festive sealed bag.

Pretzels, saltines, or animal crackers can be bagged in decorated, sealed bags.

Sugarless candies or cookies

Non-Edible Halloween Treats

Just because candy is the big ticket item for Halloween treats, non-edible treats can be fun for later. Many families opt for alternative fun treats to give visiting ghouls and goblins.

* Stickers and temporary tattoos

* Balloons filled with helium make fun gifts for trick or treaters.

* Crayons, colored sidewalk chalk, and decorated pencils.

* Light-up bracelets and necklaces

* Spider, skull or pumpkin plastic rings.

* Drinking straws decked out with Halloween pumpkins, spiders or witches.

* Small bottles with bubble solution

Any of these kinds of things are inexpensive and will be enjoyed after Halloween night. Kids will enjoy non-edible gifts and have lots of fun without excess sugar.


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