Thank you to our partner for sponsoring the blog post: Easy Halloween Treats For Kids + Scary Good Savings on Crest Toothpaste at Kroger. All opinions expressed are 100% my own.
Halloween is right around the corner! Have you got all your tricks and treats ready? I just signed up to bring treats for my son’s Halloween party at school. I was glad that his teacher asked parents for one nutritious snack and one not-so-nutritious snack.
I know just what to make to fit the bill. Check out these fun ideas for easy Halloween treats kids love.
First up: Vampire Doughnuts. This is a not-so-nutritious but totally delicious Halloween treat in case you were wondering.
Vampire doughnuts Halloween party food is so easy to make using bakery doughnuts. Simply stick a set of fake vampire teeth in the doughnut’s hole, and gently press two candy eyes into place.
For a delicious, healthier Halloween snack option, make these easy Apple Marshmallow Mouths.
Shop Kroger for everything you need to make Halloween treats and don’t forget to stock up on candy for your Trick or Treaters! And, since Kroger doesn’t want anyone to end up with a mouth full of post-Halloween treat cavities, select Crest Toothpaste products are on sale for $2.99 through November 13.
Use the $1/off Crest Coupon insert available inside local newspapers on 10/28 to save even more on your family’s favorite Crest products including:
- Crest Paste Pro Health Advanced
- Crest Paste 3D White
- Crest Paste Pro Health
- Crest Paste Complete
See, I told you there was some scary good savings on Crest and candy at Kroger!
Halloween wouldn’t be the same without candy. Crest wanted to see what would happen when school-aged children are asked to test out some new healthy alternatives for the season. Tofu ghost-mallows, anyone? These cute kids are NOT having it. Get ready to LOL when you watch Crest’s video:
CREST HALLOWEEN SURVEY RESULTS
Crest surveyed parents about Halloween, kids, and candy. Take a sneak peek at 3 of my favorite survey statistics.
86% of parents eat candy that was given to their child while trick or treating. I AM SO GUILTY OF THIS!
Over 50% of parents admitted they snuck a few pieces of candy from their children’s candy stash without them noticing. JUST 50% !?! I THOUGHT ALL PARENTS DID THIS!
Seven in 10 parents enforce a stricter teeth brushing and flossing routine on Halloween, and 41% compensate for Halloween candy by serving a healthier dinner on the holiday itself or the next night. THIS IS A GOOD ONE TO BE GUILTY OF. Parents, please make sure your child brushes their teeth (with Crest toothpaste) before they go to bed on Halloween night.
Have a safe and fun Halloween this year! Comment below and let me know, what are you looking forward to most about Halloween?