Find the ingredients in Halloween candy a little spooky? You’re not alone. Sure it’s okay to eat those sugary milky way bars once in while but if you have a major sweet tooth, like me, then it can be hard to resist them. So I’ve turned to making my own healthy candy which is perfect when curbing the sweet tooth.
Healthy Butterfingers– Chocolate covered Katie
Gummy Bears– Elana’s pantry
Gluten-free candy bars– Elana’s pantry
Cashew truffles– Eating well
Fat Bombs – Keto, Vegan– Chocolate covered Katie
Homemade Coconut Bounty Bars– Chocolate covered Katie
Homemade Snickers Ice Cream Bars– Chocolate covered Katie
Homemade mounds – Elana’s pantry
Almond Joy bars – Elana’s pantry
Nut butter cups– Elana’s pantry
Raw Chocolate Fudge Balls– Chocolate covered Katie
Crunchy chocolate and peanut clusters – Eating well
Healthy Homemade Candies – Chocolate covered Katie
Frankenstein Kiwi Pops– Eating well
Pumpkin Caramels– Food network
5 Ingredient Avocado Fudge Bites– Chocolate covered Katie
Healthy Peanut Butter Fudge– Chocolate covered Katie
S’mores chocolate bark – Eating well
Healthy York Peppermint Patties– Chocolate covered Katie
Sweet and Spicy Pepitas Popcorn Balls– Food network
Candy Corn Granola Bars– Eating well
Vegan Candy Corn Recipe– Chocolate covered Katie
Dark chocolate peanut butter truffles– Eating well
Ghostly Pumpkin Pudding– Food network
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