By placing a teal pumpkin outside of your home, you'll let parents know you're a safe zone for trick-or-treaters with allergies. Only offering non-food items is a great alternative for kids with diet restrictions. Food Allergy Research & Education launched the Teal Pumpkin Project in 2014. This initiative encourages people to place a teal pumpkin outside their home to indicate they will offer non-food treats. So what non-food treats will the little ghouls and goblins actually be happy to receive? We've compiled a list of treats sure to be a hit!
What kid doesn’t love a good pair of vampire teeth? Plus, this fang-tastic treat comes in bulk, it’s affordable, and festive for Halloween.
Kids love glow sticks. You can find these in necklaces and bracelets, too! They’re so fun for Halloween! They also can act as a safety measure for trick-or-treating in the dark.
You can never go wrong with stickers.
This treat is poppin’
Pencils and Erasers
You can find pencils and erasers in all fun shapes and sizes! Glow in the dark, Halloween themed, and more!