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I buy fun size candy. There aren't too many that I don't like unfortunately, so I will eat the leftovers, but very slowly and over time. I keepthem in the freezer so they are hard and tough to chew and it makes them last longer per 1 bar serving and keeps them fresher longer. I don't buy much as we no longer get many tricker or treaters around here. We live across from a church that has "Trunk or Treat" so I take candy to them now too!
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Very few children type critters come to my door. I buy dum dum lollipops and put together baggies with an apple, an orange and lollipops. I also include my name and address to provide parents with info if they are concerned about safety.
I eat the remaining dumdums over an extended period of time. Few calories and very satisfying.
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Well, Halloween is upon us. Do you buy candy to give out for Trick or Treat, and if so, what kind of candy do you get? Mini candy bars, bubble gum, or something else?
We had a discussion on this in my Weight Watchers class last night and most of the people in my class indicated that they bought candy that they did not like so they would not be tempted in eating it.
What do you do with left over candy? If I have any left over, I take it into my office where others will snack on it.
Edited by: BUDDYSANGEL at: 10/28/2011 (06:07)
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