Everyone loves trick or treating at the good house on the block. Here are a couple suggestions to make sure that’s your house this year!
Whether you’ll be walking door to door with your kids, or staying at home handing out candy, wear a costume to show trick-or-treaters you’re all in! It’ll up the fun factor when you answer the door. Also, acknowledge the kids’ cool costumes – they’ll really appreciate it!
Candy is the name of the game. Chocolate, fruity, gummy, nougat, you can’t really go wrong. Even better if you’re able to provide full-size candy bars.
A lot of kids out there have food allergies, which means they can’t actually eat much of the typical Halloween candy. Check out the Teal Pumpkin Project for some non-food treats that will make sure these kids still have a fun and safe trick-or-treat experience.
Treats for the Parents
Why should kids have all the fun? Consider having a basket at the ready for the adults, full of Cameron’s Coffee 1.75oz bags in your favorite blend or flavor.
Get in the spirit with spider webs and ghosts! Jack-o’-lanterns are also a staple for the season. Choose a scary or silly design, or you could even carve a Cameron’s jack-o’-lantern to decorate the front porch!