Best Halloween Candy Recipes to Make at Home

Halloween can get a bad rap for all the sugary treats associated with it. 

I still shudder thinking about all the tummy aches I had as a kid following overly-successful nights of trick-or-treating. 

only are they actually good for you, they can easily be packed in a goodie bag or lunchbox for a sweet treat you can feel good about. 

If you're looking for a fun way to treat all your little ghouls this Halloween without going too overboard on the sugar, consider giving one of these delicious and healthy sweets a try. 


We honestly wouldn't mind crossing paths with one of these black cats on Halloween night. 

Giada De Laurentiis uses dried figs and creamy almond butter to create her gluten-free pops, and melted dark chocolate and tart fruit leather to make the adorable cat faces. 

Insert a popsicle stick into each one and place in a Halloween-printed seal top bag to give any night-time visitors a purranormal bite. 

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