Choose better ways for your kids to celebrate Halloween than sugar-laden treats.
For starters, trick-or-treating is good exercise in disguise for the whole family and a fun way to stroll together.
Here are three tips for a healthier Halloween.
Shift the focus from lollies to making a spooky costume, having fun with face paint, or working on Halloween-themed arts and craft activities.
Look for non-food treats to hand out to trick-or-treaters like stickers, fake spiders and glow-in-the-dark wrist bands.
Pinterest has tonnes of ideas to make your own healthy horror snacks. Try ‘boo’nana ghosts (half a banana with dark choc chips for eyes) or fruity pumpkins (a peeled mandarin with a celery stalk).
Try our spooky Halloween Green slime monster smoothie!