Making Halloween Healthier with PRI Manuka Honey Snacks #ShopPRI #ManukaHealth

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Halloween is in a couple days. Can you believe it? I hope you haven’t been procrastinating and have a nice stash of candy to give out to the kiddos.

You wouldn’t procrastinate, would you? 😉

As you know, Halloween is probably the second most favorite holiday for kids. People shoving candy into your hands is a dream come true for most kids — for parents not so much. As parents, we worry about our children’s health and candy does not help that. The last thing my boys need to be doing is scarfing down tons of candy. It’s not good for them or for their teeth (that they have to be reminded to brush).

PRI Manuka Honey Snacks

However, what if there was a healthier treat you could hand out for Halloween? I’m so happy to introduce Manuka Honey by Pacific Resources International to you. Manuka Honey is the purest honey on the planet — produced from environmentally protected bees and flowers in New Zealand.

Pacific Resources Int'l Manuka Honey products, honey snacks

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PRI makes all kinds of honey snacks with this amazing honey — candies, chocolates, and lollipops. You may be asking yourself why is this better than other treats? For starters, there are NO artificial flavors, colors, corn syrup, refined sugars or preservatives. That’s a pretty good start, huh? Then to top it off, honey offers many benefits of its own.

honey snacks

Raw honey is packed full of antioxidants, can help digestive issues, and are filled with phytonutrients. Phytonutrients are plant nutrients that have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Manuka Honey is definitely a healthier alternative to sugar!

Less bad is good, right?

Plus during this time of year, it can’t hurt the kiddos to eat something that can help upper respiratory infections. You know those germs are just waiting to attack.

honey snacks

Here are a few PRI Manuka Honey snacks that will make the kids (and parents) smile.

Salted Manuka Honey Caramels

Salted Manuka Honey Caramels, honey snacks

These all natural soft caramels are made with real butter and molasses, pure vanilla, and blended with genuine Manuka Honey and Organic Sea Salt. Finally, ingredients I can actually pronounce! They are a great spin on a classic treat — with all the benefits of Manuka Honey plus they are gluten-free. SO tasty too!

Manuka Honey Nuggets

Manuka Honey Nuggets, honey snacks

These are healthy natural energy honey snacks — not that many kids need energy.

I say just keep these for yourself! Mommy needs energy 😉

Manuka Honey Nuggets are made with Manuka Honey 5+ and come in three fantastic flavors: Manuka Honey, Lemon & Honey, and Ginger. I am a huge fan of the traditional Manuka Honey flavor. A perfect morning pick-me-up or whenever (I’m always tired). Heck, it’s great to throw into my hot tea too!

Manuka Honey Dark Chocolates

Manuka Honey Dark Chocolates, honey snacks

Can you say yum? These bad boys are only made with three ingredients. Yes, you heard me — THREE! Just pure Manuka Honey, 99% Cocoa, and Peppermint make up this simple yet delicious treat. The filling is divine! They are also gluten free, dairy free, and kosher 🙂

Manuka Honey Sticks

Manuka honey sticks, honey snacks

Okay, I know this isn’t candy or even really a honey snack but I don’t think the kids would complain. They are still just as easy to take on the go and make a nice lunch box treat. It’ll give their immune system that extra boost to fight off those nasty school germs!

Children’s Strawberry & Manuka Honey Lollipops

PRI Children's Strawberry & Manuka Honey Lollipops, honey snacks

I just have to mention these natural fruit flavor throat soothing lollipops too even though they don’t fall under honey snacks. However, they are great to give to kids that are showing any symptoms of a “bug”. Coughing, sneezing — you name it. They will soothe your child’s throat and help fight off infections!

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There you have it — a super easy way to make Halloween a bit healthier. Come back Friday November 2nd to check out a yummy recipe featuring PRI Manuka Honey. It’s a perfect Fall treat I know you will love!! Plus you’ll have a chance to win your very own set of PRI Manuka Honey products 🙂

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  1. These candies look good. I love that they are made with honey.

  2. These would be perfect treats to have for Halloween, not just trick-or-treaters, but available for the weeks before and after that everyone is in a “treat” mode!

  3. We made a vegetable platter this Halloween that looked like a pumpkin. We used carrots for the pumpkin face, black olives for the eyes and nose, cucumbers for the mouth, and cucumbers for the stem. It was our attempt at a healthier snack alternative for Halloween.

  4. I try to make Halloween a little healthier by have cute snacks like clementine pumpkins or veggies arranged in a cool way.

  5. We try to keep a jar of manuka honey in our house just for in case someone isn’t feeling well. Healing properties of Manuka honey are well noted.

  6. I try to make Halloween healthier by handing out pretzels to trick or treaters. I also limit how much candy can be eaten per day.

  7. Dana Rodriguez says:

    Their products look so delicious. We live “off the beaten path” so we don’t get trick or treaters. But I know I would love these!

  8. Paula Pennachio says:

    I halloween can be fun and healthy. There are tons of recipes and ideas on making healthy Halloween treats. I saw many on here.

  9. Tamra Phelps says:

    Honestly, I try to give kids what they want at Halloween: good candy. I do always have other items for kids with allergies, like organic gummies or even little toys. Last year, I had little bracelets with emojis on them. The poop emoji was very popular, lol.

  10. shannon fowler says:

    These look really good. We always are looking for ways to make treats healthier. We will have to give these a try.

  11. For our Boo Party this year, I tried to offer more healthy alternatives in addition to the typical delicious and unhealthy standards. Surprisingly, it was nice to see a lot of folks went for the fresh fruit!

  12. (Making Halloween Healthier with PRI Manuka Honey Snacks #ShopPRI #ManukaHealth) These would all be good to have for keeping my family healthy this winter. I hate getting sick.

  13. Debbie Boyd says:

    This is a great healthy halloween treat! I’m diabetic and I would love to try the Manuka Honey.

  14. Sherry Butcher says:

    I have for years gave out toys, little rings, little cars and stuff instead of candy this way I don’t eat a bag full of candy because I’m diabetic on insulin.

  15. Colleen Boudreau says:

    We make halloween healthier by donating most of our candy instead of eating it all. We just keep a few things we like.

  16. Tamra Phelps says:

    I always have one of those teal buckets with toys and candies for kids with allergies. I do keep organic candies for kids who want healthier candies.

  17. I try not to ruin Halloween too much (I mean it does only happen once a year for kids), however after I had my own child, who was allergic to so many common things found in candy–I ended up being more mindful with the treats. So I give out both candy AND little “toys”. Pencils, mini comics, erasers, stickers, spider rings, etc. anything I can really find that seems fun and I give that out in case a child wants the fun of the holiday but not the sweets.

  18. Michele Pineda says:

    Knowing that my grandsons and teen daughter passing out the candy will be stuffing themselves with candy that night, I usually try to make some air popped popcorn, have some fresh apple cider on hand, and also cut up some veggies into fun shapes as snacks. While they have candy, they also have some healthy options to snack on.

  19. These look yummy, and it is important to try to add something healthy to your kids Halloween without having to be the raisin or toothbrush house.

  20. Trisha McKee says:

    I love the idea of making the holiday healthier with delicious, sweet alternatives. I try to get small toys and gadgets.

  21. Everything sounds so delicious! It can be hard to stay healthy around Halloween, but do enforce portion control. Can’t have the kids eating everything in sight!

  22. LeAnn Harbert says:

    I always gave my boys raisins for treats. The candy they got from other people they got to eat 1 piece a day.

  23. Molli Taylor says:

    i love these, great snacks that are not bad for tyou

  24. Abigail Gibson says:

    I do not give out treats during Halloween but my neighbor does something unique and healthy by handing out miniature bottles of water which the kids just love as they get thirsty walking throughout the neighborhood.

  25. Healthy Halloween snacks/treats are always a great idea but I also like the idea of handing out inexpensive toys and items that will keep children busy as well as maybe helping them to learn.

  26. We don’t have any Trick or Treaters any more. All the kids have grown up and we live way out. But when I did give out treats, we went for little bags of pretzels, goldfish cracker, graham crackers, gummy bears and popcorn balls.

  27. Deb Pelletier says:

    Great idea for Halloween, we like honey. I hope to check this out and try it.

  28. Such an amazing idea!! I vote YES!!

  29. Everything sounds delish! I love that these snacks are healthier.

  30. I would love to try these products out, I know they look good and its good to start now to teach your children to eat healthier.

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