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Halloween Treats without all the Trick(y) Ingredients!

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With Halloween around the corner, you and your family will be encountering mountains of candy and Halloween treats that are full of artificial ingredients and tricky wording (things like "natural" flavoring, food dyes, colors, etc).  So when can you do when Halloween treats are everywhere you look and you want to say "Boo!" to them?  Try one of these delicious and non-scary Halloween treats to share!

Alter Eco – New Organic Salted Caramel Truffles are crafted with Ecuadorian dark chocolate, speckled with French sea salt, covering a melt-in-your-mouth coconut oil center with a creamy caramel bite. Bonus: the company practices full-circle sustainability, including wrapping these delightful treats in a compostable wrapper.


ginnybakes – The adorably packaged Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Bliss ginnyminis are perfectly portioned bites of happiness, combining organic gluten-free rolled oats with organic dark chocolate chips, shredded coconut, and hints of cinnamon and vanilla for a whole foods treat. Developed by a holistic nutritionist, ginnybakes products are organic, gluten free and perfect for everyone who wants a delicious, mindful indulgence.


Madécasse – This Toasted Coconut Chocolate is made with dark, fruity 70% chocolate and topped with crunchy flakes of real toasted coconut for a bold, tropical experience! Madécasse’s high-quality, Fair Trade chocolate is the only bean-to-bar chocolate grown, harvested and hand-wrapped entirely in Africa.

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So what will you do for Halloween treat alternatives?  Run screaming, eat them anyways or come prepared?  I think you should check these out and enjoy!

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