11 Halloween Treats Under 100 Calories

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Tempting Treats!

Scared of Halloween candy? Don't be! These Halloween treats are so low in calories that you'll think you're being tricked!

10 Whoppers (Malted Milk Balls)

100 calories
4 g fat
14 g sugars

2 Mini Size Snickers Bars

90 calories
4 g fat
12 g sugars

1 Piece of Taffy

55 calories
0.5 g fat
12 g sugars

1 Tootsie Roll Pop

60 calories
0 g fat
10 g sugars

2 Mini Size Reese's Cups

80 calories
5 g fat
10 g sugars

7 Gummi Bears

70 calories
0 g fat
11 g sugars

1 Fun Size 3 Musketeers Bar

70 calories
2 g fat
11 g sugars

11 Pieces of Candy Corn

70 calories
0 g fat
14 g sugars

2 Caramels

80 calories
2.25 g fat
8 g sugars

1 Fun Size Package of M & M's

100 calories
4.5 g fat
13 g sugars

1 Fun Size Almond Joy Bar

100 calories
5 g fat
19 g sugars

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10/31/2009 1:38:12 AM

OMG calorie counting has really made me aware of how simple choices make a huge difference, it is especially the little things that seem to add up, a smidge of butter on toast, when you could have gone with out and been satified, 2% milk instead of non-fat, a couple bite sized chocolates a day, (its all adds up quickly) For those of us trying to loose weight, it really takes will power, not taking the food we eat lightly (example: whipe cream on your latte adds close to 300 hundo calories to your simple mid-day pick me up) At the end up the day its a simple equation don't eat more calories than what you burn, or it will add up into a lbs. If we are all careful and develop self restraint, we can all reach our goals. I i find that the more i give into unhealthy cravings, the more i want unhealthy foods, but the more fresh veggies and fruit i eat the more i crave those healthy options. Anyways good luck everybody, and have a HEALTHY and happy halloween~!


10/31/2009 12:33:00 AM

Slideshow just in time to remind us, if we feel we must have candy go ahead but keep track of the calories you are putting in your mouth! I will be at work, afternoon shift, that will take care of any tempting thoughts for me!


10/31/2009 12:24:23 AM

I've been doing ok... definitely could be better. My boyfriend decided that he wanted to buy candy to bring into his work and got the candy bags with all the good stuff, leaving half at home for him, my brother, and I. I'm not much of a candy eater any way (I've seriously found old bags of candy / sweets that I've completely forgotten about and had to throw them away.) I did cave last week and had my fair share - only time I do want some is when I'm on my "moon" - (native talk for period if you haven't caught on) - and I was on a bad one last week. Seeing this did help ease my nerves a bit about it because I didn't go crazy, just had one or 2 bite sized candies here and there. I just wish he would take the rest of the bag with him - or at least take it with him and leave it in the car so he really is the only one who has it sitting under his nose.


10/30/2009 2:50:24 PM

HOLALOLA's SparkPage
Good idea on giving the rest of the candy to the last trick-or-treater.

Walgreens usually has Halloween pencils 8/$1, but I like the idea of buying them up in the post-hoiiday sales and giving them out the next year.

Someone brought cupcakes and brownies to work today and even though they are adorable I'm still applying my usual method of restraint. No sweets before lunch. Hopefully after lunch they have all been eaten. If not, try to think about how I will cough afterward from all the HFCS in the cupcake frosting. The brownies may still get me, but I will have a very small piece only, after looking up the calories and judging how many I can afford.

Tomorrow I have a potluck party. I'll either bring baked butternut squash with black olives for eyes and mouth, or I'll make mac and cheese (with olives for decor) and have a spoonful and let everyone else eat the rest. The guy who told me about SparkPeople will be at the party and will appreciate the squash.


10/29/2009 10:32:56 AM

LINDYSUE52's SparkPage
The slide show was great! and I only wish it was longer with lots of other treats, but maybe none of the others made the grade. When our family goes to the movies we stop at the local store and buy candy to go with our own popcorn. My choice is usually Tootsie Roll Pops because they last so long. You can eat a lot of chocolate and calories even with gummies that aren't as satisfying as 1 pop that is only 60 calories! I'll stick with that and let the carmels and stuff go by. To me they are too expensive in calories for the satifaction level. I might sneak in a fun size Snickers bar as 1 or 2 will do it for me. I'll have my treat without breaking the diet budget!


10/29/2009 8:56:34 AM

Well - this explains it ALL! Old habits die hard! Face-first in M&M's... Full-sized bars and not fun-sized... Fist-fulls and not "serving-sized" portions... sigh. Better yet, Diana, eat and apple!


10/28/2009 10:28:27 PM

MNGIRL1920's SparkPage
It's nice to have a heads up on the candy cals.
It didn't help that the stide show looked sooooo Yummy.
I crave before "The time of month" but not any other time. I have good will power. I can stop after just one. Halloween will not cause me to change that.


10/28/2009 7:01:02 PM

I can not believe how many calories a little bit of candy has! I am not even going to eat any because it is easier to not eat any than eat one or two and just walk away from the bowl!


10/28/2009 4:35:39 PM

DETERMINED241's SparkPage
This is an awesome slideshow that has really opened my eyes to the portion sizes and how much I really should be eating. It's hard being in a dorm \where everyone has random diferent kinds of candy that you can always just take a couple...


10/28/2009 1:50:16 PM

Candy corn with peanuts is my down fall. I try not to bring them in the house!!!!


10/28/2009 12:20:47 PM

If you want to give out non-food treats (like pencils, crayon packs, sticker packs, etc), you can save money by buying them after Halloween at clearance prices, and storing them away with your halloween decorations.

We've done the glow sticks before, they're typically a big hit. We mail ordered some once that lasted 3 years (even though we get LOTS of ToTers in our neighborhood) because we had to buy a ton to get discounted prices, but now they are much more reasonable. You can often find a 15 pack in the dollar spot at Target.


10/27/2009 11:24:52 PM

My daughter has CP and attends a preschool with other special needs children. Most of these kids are on special diets, so we are used to not giving candy on holidays or birthdays. The dollar stores or the dollar binds at Targert are full of fun things to get all year round. Especially when it is out of season stuff you can pick things up for less than a dollar. This year I am giving little books that are about Halloween or Monsters Under the bed. Also stickers, pail and shovels. tatoo's, puzzles, crayons, bubbles......you get the picture. No candy temptation here.


10/27/2009 10:08:44 PM

I like buying the minis this time of year. They satisfy my sweet tooth better than a full or fun size. We need to learn to deal with temptations. Just say NO if you don't want it but don't crucify yourself if you have a mini treat.


10/27/2009 9:54:39 PM

The only thing I can do about these is not to have them available. I'll eat a bag of Reese's PB Cups in one evening!


10/27/2009 8:19:46 PM

LADYIRIS313's SparkPage
WOW on the portion sizes - that really gives me some perspective. I hate to do it, but I don't think I'm going to be home for Halloween. It is just too expensive to buy the candy and too tempting to have it around. As much as I try to buy things we don't like, that makes my husband pout (!). Honestly, I can't walk away from a bowl of tootsie rolls or a bag of almond joys ... so best to just not have them in the house at all.. though I like the glow stick bracelet idea!

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