Can you celebrate Halloween without candy?
For many people, Halloween and candy are inseparable. But maybe you have food allergies or intolerances in your family? Maybe you are practicing healthier eating and want to share this with your friends and neighbor? Or maybe you just want a break from the sugar rush? If that’s the case then here are some great ways to celebrate Halloween without candy.
Go big on the decorations
Like this spooky welcome sign, carved pumpkins, and flickering lights and candles. More ideas here.
Go fun with the food
Like these mummy crispy rice treats. Or try tortillas or pitas cut into bats and then toasted or baked – dip them in an orange (ish) dip like roasted red pepper hummus. More ideas here.
Go bold on the costumes
Like the fun, easy take on “bubble bath.” Or wear all yellow with a green fan of paper on your head for a simple pineapple. Experiment with headbands, hats, crowns and even face decals to make a simple Zoom-ready costume. More ideas here.
Go festive with the nail
The 2020 Color Street Halloween Collection includes a glow-in-the-dark designs, a holographic glitter, plus four other spooky options. This year’s entire collection is available right here.
Are you ready for some Halloween nails??? Shop here.
Want to try a sample first? There’s a link to do that here.
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