Thursday, October 30, 2014

Healthy Halloween Spider Recipe popchips Snack or Kids Party Treat #snacksmall

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Halloween is tomorrow and Moms and Dads who care about their children are freaking out. What's the big thing that's scaring the living daylights out of parents everywhere this year? No it's not ghosts, vampires, zombies and witches. It's the angst brought on by thoughts of the huge amounts of candy and junk food kids will be getting while trick or treating or eating at parties on October 31st.
Not to worry. There's no need to panic because there are healthy alternatives that youngsters will love this Halloween, like popchips which was chosen the favorite snack by a panel of children in real simple magazine. Boys and girls love 'em, but parents do too. Not only do they taste delicious and crunchy, unlike traditional fried potato chips meets many of the strict nutritional standards being enforced in a growing number of U.S. schools throughout the country. 


The Spider Bite Popwich

What’s better than snacking on plain, savory popchips? Enjoying them disguised as these easy-to-make, fun to eat spooky spiders. These are so simple and quick to make you might want to whip some up either as a snack before the kids head out to trick-or-treat or to serve at your Halloween party. Just assemble the ingredients or make them together with your child and watch them disappear. How scary is that?

For each treat use
  • 2 sea salt popchips
  • Creamy nut butter
  • Licorice
  • Googly candy eyes
popchips are available at Target, Whole Foods and grocery stores nationwide.  To find a store by you, visit the popchips product locator. You can also stay up to date on all things popchips by following the brand on Twitter, Facebook, PinterestInstagram and YouTube.

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