TIME TO GET RID OF THE EXTRA HALLOWEEN CANDY!
Posted on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 at 4:42 pm
Did your children get a lot of Halloween candy when trick-or-treating in Sacramento? Are you worried about how you can dispose of some of that candy, but you do not want just to throw it away? Our Sacramento injury lawyers have a few suggestions for getting rid of extra candy without wasting it.
Suggestions for Using Halloween Candy
Ways you can put that Halloween candy to use this year include:
- Christmas Uses — Christmas is just around the corner, so why not put that extra Halloween candy to us by decorating cookies, treats, or gingerbread houses. You can also use extra candy to stuff stockings and give away as gifts.
- Give Candy Away — You can take the extra candy to work for your customers and co-workers. You can also include candy in care boxes for our troops overseas. If you have a child’s program at church, the leaders may be thankful for the extra candy to use as treats and prizes.
- Birthdays — The extra candy is great for putting in birthday party goodie bags and stuffing birthday piñatas.
- Candy Buyback Programs — Some dentists’ offices have a “buyback” program. The office will pay for extra candy with money or other non-sweet treats.
- Candy Experiments — With Candy Experiments, you can perform interesting science experiments with the extra candy. Have fun doing something educational with the candy instead of eating it.
- The Switch Witch — The Halloween Switch Witch loves to switch trinkets or money for candy collected by children on Halloween. Just put the candy in a bag or other container, leave it beside your bed, and wake up to a treat. For a little extra fun, leave a few pieces of her “broomstick” beside the treat. A fun twist on the tooth fairy!
- Sugar Goblins — Sugar Goblins also love to take candy and leave treats behind for children on Halloween. You can find suggestions for how to use Sugar Goblins online.
Remember, to keep your child safe, check all candy before allowing your child to enjoy it. Dispose of any candy that appears to be unwrapped and rewrapped, loose candy, or goodies that appear to be homemade that was received from anyone you do not know very well. It is better to err on the side of caution when you are dealing with something like this than taking a chance.
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