How do you make a trick or treat bag for Halloween? (video)
What do you put in a Halloween basket?
Fill a basket with Halloween candy, Halloween toys and Halloween books, plus fun things like socks, bubbles, and goodie-bag items and watch how excited they'll get. (And, unlike with trick-or-treating, they might actually remember to say, "Thank you.") via
What can I use instead of party bags?
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A Storybook Surprise. Scholastic offers a large selection of books for all ages at reasonable prices, some as low as 99 cents.
Fill a basket full of tasty goodies. Cookies, muffins, juice boxes, fresh fruit, and some special flavors of coffee or tea. Add a new personalized coffee mug that is easy to hold handle. Include a few small single servings of cereal that can be eaten as a snack or with their favorite fruit. via
What can babies have for Halloween?
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Orange Sweet Potato Fries.
Baked Apple Slices.
Baked Pumpkin Slices.
Pumpkin Yogurt in festive paper cups.
Autumn Smoothies (Click here for Fall recipes)
Pumpkin “Pie” – (6+ months) served in festive Halloween paper cups.
Just layer yogurt, orange juice, and pineapple juice to great a better "candy corn" treat. For really small babies, teething biscuits are a great option. Little ones will enjoy the treat and playing with mom. Don't overdo it just yet. via
What can a one year old eat for Halloween?
Some great toddler treat options include Yum Yum Earth pops, Bunnies & Bats Treats, spider rings, small crayon packs, and fruit leathers. There are also Halloween themed applesauce pouches and pretzels that can be good options too. Basic chocolate like Hershey's bars or Three Musketeers are a safe option too. via
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7. Goodie Bags. Make sure every guest leaves with a smile on their face by sending them home with their own goodie bags. Fill them with things like dog toys, tennis balls, dog bones and healthy dog treats. via