10 Fun Halloween Candy Alternatives

I’m not anti candy for my kids but I try not to over sugar them. This year I’m looking at alternatives for candy to hand out. I want to make sure the kids enjoy what we are handing out. I want to make sure they are fun and they will like it just as much as candy.

I also want to stay within our candy budget. I usually buy about 2-3 bags of candy for Halloween which can be about $10 to $15. I tried to find candy alternatives that were about the same price. The one that does break the budget is play doh, but play doh is so much fun!

10 Fun Candy Alternatives!

Glow Stick Bracelets
(around $6 for 100)

Mini Neon Smile Face Bouncing Balls
(around $10 for 144)

Glow in the Dark Eyeball Tattoos
(around $1.99 for 36)

Sticky Hands
(around $9 for 72)

LED Finger Flashlights
(around $7 for 40)

Punch Balls
(around $15 for 50)

Glow in the Dark Vampire Fangs
(around $8 for 72)

Stretchy Flying Lizards & Frogs
(around $17 for 144)

Glow in the Dark Lizards
(around $15 for 48)

Mini Play Doh
(around $8 for 15)

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