Halloween Tips

Halloween tips

We had a wet Halloween in Toronto last night which may mean that you had fewer trick or treaters and you have a bowl full of treats tempting you.

A few Halloween tips for you:

Give it away

Many catholic grade schools in Toronto run a Halloween Candy  drive during the first week of November  in partnership with Canadian Food for Children in Mississauga. Ask at your local school if they are participating.  Here are examples of a few schools that run the program in the east and west end of Toronto.

During the weeks of November 1 – 14, Our Lady of Sorrows School will again be participating in collecting extra Halloween candy. The sugar in the candy is needed to help jump start the metabolism of malnourished kids in Third World Countries and encourage them to eat food. Please send any unwanted candy to the school office where it will be picked up daily.

Freeze it

As soon as the trick or treaters are finished for the evening pop left-over candy in the freezer to have as a small treat every so often.

Make it into a desert

There are tons of desert ideas the incorporate candy as a part of it. Create a special treat for your grandkids or next social event.

Don't buy your favourite candy

I try not to buy crunchie bars or twizzlers because I know that I can't resist them! 


Try the Vintage Fitness fun Halloween moves in this video:

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