Halloween is a great time of year for costumes, and parties, but how do you handle all the candy, chocolate and sugar? Here are great tips for a healthy low carb Halloween full of fun!
We've tried several candies including CVS Gummy Bears that use Hydrogenated starch hydrolysate as a low carb substitute. We've tested them on adults and kids and all loved them. Check out your local store for them!
We have a ton of candy reviews online for you to sort through -
Low Carb Hard Candy - Candy Reviews
Low Carb Soft Candy - Candy Reviews
Sure, the old chocolates in the diet world were nasty tasting. But you simply have to taste the new sugar-free put out by Lindt and Hershey's. Because of the huge diet and diabetic market, the research into these treats has been phenomenal, and the tastes are delicious. Again, we had adults and kids try them out - many who had no interest in "dieting". The treats were found to be delicious and just as tasty as the sugar variety.
Low Carb Chocolate Non-Bar Reviews
Low Carb Chocolate Bar Reviews
Sangria is a Halloween classic because the name Sangria in Spanish means "blood". Make yourself a low carb version of Sangria that is tasty and easy!
Low Carb Sangria Recipe
There are numerous ideas for appetizers that are low in sugar and high in flavor. Deviled eggs are perfect for this holiday season! Veggie sticks can be enjoyed with a variety of dips. Here are a number of options to help you create the perfect party atmosphere!
Low Carb Appetizer Listing
When you give out goodies to the kids, avoid candy entirely! They'll be getting far more than they need from other sources. Instead, put together goody bags with little toys and games. They'll be delighted with the change and have something other than a traumatized stomach to remember you by the next day.
You can easily create a delicious Halloween experience which is high on flavor and low on sugar. Enjoy!
Lisa Shea's Library of Low Carb Books