Non-Candy Halloween Treats

By Noreen Doll.

This Halloween offer non candy Halloween treats to the kids that come to your door.

Non-Candy Halloween Treats by Crafty Journal

They will already be getting lots of candy, and your treat will last a little longer, as well as being healthier.

Crafty Journal - Non-Candy Halloween Treats

Non-Candy Halloween Treats

Here are some ideas for non candy Halloween treats you can make yourself. Or have your kids help you make.

Treats You Can Make.

Dollar Bill Skull

Dollar Bill Skull by Crafty Journal

Dollar Bill Skull

Vampire Bat Pencil Topper

Vampire Bat Pencil Topper by Crafty Journal

Vampire Bat Pencil Topper

Spooky Ghost Pencil Topper

Spooky Ghost Pencil Topper by Crafty Journal

Spooky Ghost Pencil Topper

Peek A Boo Frankie

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Peek A Boo Frankie

Peek A Boo Ghost

Crafty Journal - Peek A Boo Ghost

Peek A Boo Ghost

Ghost Finger Puppet – All you need is a Sharpie & a recycled milk jug.

Crafty Journal - Ghost Finger Puppet from a Milk Jug

Ghost Finger Puppet from a Milk Jug.

Jack O Lantern Finger Puppet

Crafty Journal - Jack O Lantern Finger Puppet

Jack O Lantern Finger Puppet

Bat Finger Puppet

Crafty Journal - Bat Finger Puppet

Bat Finger Puppet

Halloween Notepads

Crafty Journal - Haunting Halloween Notepads

Haunting Halloween Notepads

Ghost Favor Bagalope – a bag to put their treats in.

Crafty Journal - Ghost Favor Bagalope

Ghost Favor Bagalope

Plastic Lid Stamps

Crafty Journal - Plastic Lid Stamps

Plastic Lid Stamps


Crafty Journal - Dominoes

Craft Foam Dominoes

Dinosaur Match Game

Crafty Journal - Dinosaur Matching Game

Dinosaur Matching Game

Magnets – shrinkies, glass marble, craft foam, or felt, or adhesive.

Crafty Journal - Halloween Adhesive Magnets

Halloween Adhesive Magnets

Felt Finger Puppets

Non Candy Halloween Treats You Can Buy.

Glow Sticks   (Thanks, Emma.)


Ponytail Ties

Fun Shoelaces

Halloween Rings – spiders, skull, bats, ghost,

Pencils or Pens – Halloween or otherwise

Pencil Toppers – Halloween or other cute things

Fun Eraser Shapes

Small Plastic Mazes

Small Play Dough

Halloween Stickers



Small Cars





Small Plastic Animals

Rubber Stamps

Tiny Bottles of Bubbles

Super Ball

Kids can enjoy non-candy treats long after Halloween is over.
Noreen Doll

Crafty Journal

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  1. Rebecca Kennedy says:

    That is soooo true! Kids can enjoy those gifts long after the holiday. In fact, my child never eats all her candy. We just end up throwing it away. Thanks for the great ideas!

  2. This is a really good idea and they get far too many sweets.

  3. thanks for sharing. love the idea no sugar high for the kids. following via email I’m lorraine at

  4. Great list of ideas! I’m so tired of people always feeding my kids treats. There is so much more fun things. Candy is nice, but too much candy is boring to me. My kids would rather have non-food toys after the first couple of days after Halloween. There are only so many belly-aches they can handle.

  5. Thanks so much for sharing at my Twirl & Take a Bow Party! So cute and clever!

  6. Some wonderful ideas for craft and giveaways. Following from the ASWC Linky Party.

  7. Cute ideas for Halloween! I’m always conflicted about giving candy to kids. One year I gave out individual flash cards with game ideas on them, along with the candy…

  8. Great post! It always makes me cringe how much candy my kids (and I) get and eat at Halloween. Great ideas for non-candy options!
    Thanks for sharing it at Monday Funday. I shared your post on G+

  9. Good ideas, especially in locations where kids don’t go Halloweening, but you still want to celebrate.

  10. Awesome ideas! I so appreciate this because my youngest is allergic to peanuts, which makes Halloween kind of tricky. :-/ I would love for his bag to be filled with these types of things! Thanks for sharing!

    ~Abby =)

  11. Like the non-candy concept!

  12. Wonderful ideas! My Grand would enjoy the toys for sure! Thanks for linking to TTF!

  13. Love all these little treat ideas, especially the finger puppets. Much, much better than candy!

  14. Lots of great ideas that the kids will enjoy long after the candy has gone.

  15. These are such cute ideas! And they all last longer than quickly-eaten candy. One year we gave out glow sticks and they were a huge hit!

  16. Hi there! Wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed your roundup of Halloween treats and have chosen it as one of my favorites from last week’s Saturday Spotlight blog hop. It’s been featured on this week’s blog hop which started at 9pm EST on Friday, and was PINed to my Pinterest page. Thanks so much for linking up! Looking forward to seeing what you have to share next time.


  17. These are such great ideas! I love the idea of providing kids with candy alternatives. Thanks for sharing…I stopped by from the Lou Lou Girls linky party!

  18. I think the finger puppets are my favorite! Thanks for the ideas.
    Also, you’re invited to a Retro Re-pin Party Tuesday 8 p.m. -Thursday 8 p.m. ET.

  19. Fun ideas! I especially like the dollar bill skull!

  20. Such great ideas! Sharing! Coming to you from Whimsy Wednesdays!

  21. What adorable ideas. The kids would have so much fun making these.

  22. Love all the foamy crafts. I just saw that if you are handing out “non-candy” (read non-allergenic) treats that you should paint your pumpkin teal to alert parents that their food-allergic children will be given fun and safe little trinkets. Great post. (Over from Pure Blog Love link-up.)

  23. Hello cute lady! Love your post. Pinned. We will be featuring it at our next party because it was the most viewed. Woo Hoo!
    Happy Saturday! Lou Lou Girls

  24. This are such great ideas and will save kids teeth this Halloween!

  25. What cute ideas! My students would love these, anything with pencils or stamps are great for them!!

  26. Such a great ideas! I love the magnets! Thanks for linking up on Monday Funday!!

  27. So great to have no candy alternatives for Halloween. Thanks for sharing on Show Me Saturday!

  28. Great suggestions. Thanks so much for sharing with Adorned From Above’s Link Party. We hope to see you at tonight’s party.

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