We all need to stock up on store-bought, individually sealed treats for the ‘lil ghosts and goblins who’ll come knocking on our doors this October 31st. And, this year, opting for all-natural loot won’t earn you a bad rep with the neighborhood kids. So put away the pennies and raisins, and check out these all-natural, store-bought goodies.
Clif Kid Spooky S’mores Bars
This take on the campfire classic is a great Halloween option made with 10g whole grains and organic ingredients, without hydrogenated oils, high fructose corn syrup, preservatives or artificial flavors. They even come in Halloween themed packaging that makes them feel right for the occasion.
This line of organically-sweetened gummies and jelly beans are free of artificial colors and sweeteners, corn syrup and GMO’s. They are also made in a nut-free facility and are gluten free. Oh, and they provide 100% of your daily Vitamin C. How’s that for a healthy Halloween?!
Best know for their stunning array of all-natural lollipops, YummyEarth also has a line of gummy bears and worms. These candies are organic and made with none of the bad stuff you’re trying to avoid. Thanks to the Naptime Chef, you can read all the deliciously healthy details about YummyEarth candies and find out where to buy them here.
Annie’s Homegrown Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks
Beloved family brand Annie’s Homegrown has packaged their popular gummy bunnies, made without artificial ingredients, colors or preservatives, specially for Halloween. Holiday packs contains 24 – .4oz pouches and are available at many grocers and most all-natural grocers.
Endangered Species Chocolate
If you’re looking for chocolatey treats, Endangered Species has Halloween packs of mini-choclate bars and cute bite-sized chocolate “Bug Bites” . Not only are they all-natural and organic, but they are made from fair trade chocolate. Plus, 10% of net profits from your purchases directly support species and habitat conservation!
Pure Fun candies
This line of penny candies and packaged cotton candy is organic, kosher, vegan, gluten and casein free, fair trade and made without dyes. Think that sounds too good to be, well, good? Candy Blog gave all but the bubble gum flavor of their cotton candy an 8 out of 10. Tasty!
Halloween Shaped Pretzels
And, then, there are pretzels. The workhorse of Halloween treats. They may not be fancy, nor will they be the first thing to disappear from the trick-or-treat bag. But kids sure do like ‘em. And, worst case scenario: leftovers of these bat and jack-o-lantern shaped pretzels double as lunchbox snacks into the first weeks of November!
For even more (!!!) kid-taste-tested all-natural Halloween treats, be sure to check out Jamie’s post. Have we got you covered, or what?!