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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10/27/2009 1:33:03 PM

I am going to avoid the drama by not buying any candy
and not even being home for the holiday night


10/27/2009 1:30:26 PM

Thanks for the information. I was just going to cut out all candy, but I have such a sweet tooth. Now I can have my bit of candy and not break my diet too bad.


10/27/2009 1:24:33 PM

Thank God I live in a rural area and no one comes to the house! It saves me from buying any candy that will be left around. My kids are sick this year as well with the flu, so maybe we won't have any treats tempting us this year!


10/27/2009 1:11:29 PM

TRIGIRL9's SparkPage
It certainly is an eye opener. It's so easy to pop those mini's in our mouth and not even realize how many ? ? ? we've eaten.

My hubby doesn't have a weight problem, so he will consume what ever is left. I will have him put them out of my site so I'll not be tempted.


10/27/2009 12:46:50 PM

GAPEACH1023's SparkPage
I hope they will keep the stats of the candies in the slide show available until after halloween. I have to do all or nothing, so this year, hopefully it will be nothing for me since I have to get back on the bandwagon.


10/27/2009 11:45:11 AM

We're giving out glowstick bracelets this year... Kids will have more candy than they know what to do with, so we wanted to do something different, fun, and healthy! I got 100 glowstick bracelets from Amazon eligible for free shipping for under $12.


10/27/2009 11:39:39 AM

Thanks for the info. Like "MYSpark4life", over the past few years we seem to get fewer & fewer children. I try and wait until the week of Haloween to buy candy as I have found that if it is bought before, it's usually gone by then. I also try and buy things I don't care for. In the past I have sent what's left with hubby to work to share or let him take it up hunting. It's quick energy if they are out for a long time.I like the idea of giving the last ones to come all that I have. I just might give that a try.


10/27/2009 11:13:02 AM

BREANNAD's SparkPage
Thankfully I do not have a huge problem with chocolate and candy. I have had a bag of reeses and crunch bars for about two weeks . I told myself when I got them I could only have two, total not two of each, and when I did I was done. I have one left and am doing pretty good. That is a great idea to give the last kid all of the remaining but
I think I may feel bad because i know it is bad for them.


10/27/2009 10:17:35 AM

How is 1 piece of taffy 55 calories?? This is not what is listed in the nutrition log, nor does it make sense that something that is essentially a sugar cube have many more calories than a sugar cube!

Can an expert do a check on this one for us, please?
I'd like to know if I have been logging taffy wrong all this time. It's a favorite treat for when I want to satisfy a sweet tooth without having a full dessert - but now I'm worried that it may be just as bad as that cookie!


10/27/2009 10:10:28 AM

GUITARGIRL2396's SparkPage
Oh, Halloween. Halloween is my arch nemesis ;-). I pick my favorite candy (Crunch Bars....YUM!) and take 3 of those. And then I take 1 of whatever else I want. The trick is to not eat it all at once! Save it!!!!!!!!!!! Eat maybe 1 every couple days or even 1 every week or every other week.


10/27/2009 9:42:29 AM

We decided to buy popcorn balls this year. They are fairly low in calories and fat. If we get stuck with them, I won't feel so bad if we eat them!


10/27/2009 9:28:52 AM

This year we aren't passing out candy. For those who would say we should because yes, people passed candy out to us, here's the reasoning behind it. We had so few kids last year (even though we are in a subdivision) that not even 1/4 of the bag was gone after the end of trick or treat - that means we ended up with 3/4 of a bag of yummy treats I love (big mistake). Over a period of time I ate every last one. Yes, this was before I joined SP, but still. I have a weakness for chocolate! I just don't need the temptation in my house, nor do I want to waste candy that won't be eaten (chances are, if I don't like it, they don't like it because there are few candies I've met that I didn't like!).


10/27/2009 8:38:36 AM

Thanks for all the info. Now I will really watch when I grab that Almond Joy.


10/27/2009 8:35:32 AM

PREZ97's SparkPage
I usually give out my leftovers to the last person at my door, too. I let me kids pick out their favorites and take everything else to a local dentist who buys back candy. The kids get a little money for their college fund and I don't have the temptation in the house!


10/27/2009 8:24:13 AM

Thought the slide show was informative and helpful, but if you are like me, temptation sometimes overrules common sense. Consequently, I buy only treats for giving that I don't like or that is not one of my favourites. I also wait until the day itself or as close to it as feasible before purchasing treats. As the end of the evening approaches and I still have treats, I start handing out more. When I'm ready to turn off the lights, the last person(s) that come to my door get the remaining candy. That way I'm not tempted by left-overs. My daughter lets her children pick out their most favourite treats, then buys and discards the remaining stuff. It may seem like a waste, but at least it's not on her waist in the end.

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