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 8:24:18 AM

ALMARTINEZ50's SparkPage
Good tip, to keep the kids on track too...!


10/31/2009 8:21:04 AM

ALOHAEV1's SparkPage
Would have thought caramels had more sugar, takes so long to eat just one. Maybe I'll melt mine and have it with sliced apple.


10/31/2009 8:10:44 AM

DJSAWALL's SparkPage
Thanks for the updates on many of the candy treats we will see today. Being aware of the calories makes our halloween temptations more realistic . Giving out granola bars and 100 calorie pop corn bags...can I come to your house tonight? LOL Healthy treats are such a good idea...hopefully everybody will be a little healthier by the end of the weekend...a little willpower will help...plus we get one more hour of sleep...yea!!


10/31/2009 8:07:50 AM

i rather eat 11 corn candies that says it is only 70 calories, not bad!


10/31/2009 8:02:20 AM

BUCNATV's SparkPage
This is very helpful, .I personally LOVE chocolate and feel that I owe myself a treat of chocalate every now and then, like Azimat said " the trick is to eat only one."


10/31/2009 7:53:33 AM

CAROLGEM1950's SparkPage
I hear ya PJSTIME - my problem also so I stay away. Dark chocolate seems to satisfy me more. Carol


10/31/2009 7:40:18 AM

PJSTIME's SparkPage
Can't stop with just that little bit so won't eat any - thats my plan.


10/31/2009 7:25:52 AM

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

It's no trick if you only eat one-- tiny Snickers bar, peanut butter cup, etc. The real trick is only eating one....



10/31/2009 7:20:54 AM

COOKER123's SparkPage
I am going togive granola bars. I feel it at least is a little more health! Yet having a piece of candy no and then is ok too!


10/31/2009 6:29:03 AM

Not much on candy eatibng.


10/31/2009 6:11:45 AM



10/31/2009 4:09:47 AM

DOKSANEN's SparkPage
This year I'm giving out popcorn the 100 cal bags. the Kids seem to enjoy getting it


10/31/2009 3:08:14 AM

we are giving away the lolly pops the kids are making them into ghost lollies by trying a white paper tissue over them and drawing differant ghost faces on them.i tried to look for the less fattening alternative to give away and as i donīt like lollies i wont want to eat them as i would if i brought chocolate.


10/31/2009 2:17:26 AM

CINDYSUE48's SparkPage
Uggg.....none of us should be eating any of this stuff!! I have candy for the kids....I bought one that I don't like but my son does. Going tomorrow to find some toys, etc and plan to offer both to kids....see what they choose!!

Candy is candy and is good only as an occasional treat! Loaded with sugar and with these highly processed ones, chemicals!! If you must have something, make it a home-made treat or at least one without all the garbage in it!


10/31/2009 1:56:36 AM

JAC-ATTACK's SparkPage
I should have read this BEFORE I ate the peanut butter cup.

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