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  1. Thanks for the suggestion for Halloween hand-outs! I have been trying to figure out what I can hand out that will make the kiddos happy and leave me with a clean conscience too 🙂

  2. I was wondering about what to give the children that come by, because I’d rather not give homemade or traditional sugary things. Granted, the lollipops are still sugar, but I suppose it’s better than some other artificially-colored alternatives. I had wondered about non-candy options and if those would be a flop or a hit. Sounds like you’d had good success with that, so I might try that out. Any other ideas for non-candy items? Also, do you make or buy elderberry juice? I often want to try making gelatin gummies for my toddler but don’t like the idea of using so much citrus (I think it can be a problem for little ones, right?) or bottled juice (lots of sugar). I’m thinking of trying to make gummies with hibiscus or rosehip tea, which I think should be safe for a toddler. But I hadn’t thought of elderberry juice and would like to know more about what you use.

  3. We did the suckers and glowy things and had so much fun with them. Thanks for the suggestion! The kids thought it was awesome to actually get to have one of what we were giving away.

    1. That’s great! The non-candy treats were so popular this year that we’re moving to all toys from now on. Best part is that we can buy the variety bags throughout the year when they’re on sale and store them indefinitely.

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