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Tricks and Treats!
In anticipation of Halloween, we have some great tricks and treats for you this month! We also have some fun Halloween recipes to share, from Spiderweb Sugar Cookies (they are easier than you think) to Swamp Stew. We have some additional recipe highlights for the Fall season, such as Pumpkin Pie Donuts and Soft Cheesy Breadsticks. We'd love to hear your feedback on the newsletter or anything Pamela's. Feel free to email us at newsletter@pamelasproducts.com newsletter@pamelasproducts.com
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Halloween and Fall Recipes
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We have an entire collection of Halloween recipes for you this month, but also some delicious recipes perfect for fall. Enjoy! And, be sure to use our new rating system and comments features to share your feedback and experiences with other Pamelas fans.  
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Tips from Pamela's Kitchen
Feeling spirited this month? How about making a Gingerbread Haunted House? We have the templates and recipes and show you how to make a deliciously festive gluten-free Haunted House.
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Candy Craze
Candy Craze
Let's face it - it's hard to tell kids that they can't collect or eat candy during Halloween time. To help you manage this candy craze, we have pulled together a few resources:
  • SAFE CANDY LIST Alison St. Sure and her family of four have been gluten-free since 2002. Every year, Alison spends hours researching candy ingredients to create her Halloween candy lists to help those who can't eat gluten or have other food allergies. You can find her comprehensive Gluten-Free Allergen-Free Halloween Candy List on her blog, Sure Foods Living.

  • HALLOWEEN CANDY BUY BACK PROGRAM Many dentists will buy back your child's candy for cash or prizes, and the candy will be sent to our deployed US military. You can check the Halloween Candy Buy Back website to see if a dentist in your area is participating.

  • CREATIVE SWAPPING A good way to allow your child to enjoy the thrill of trick-or-treating, but avoid all the sugar is to trade in their candy for a better, more health-conscious alternative. For example, in exchange for their candy they can get a toy at the store of a specified value, a special activity day of their choice, or pick the restaurant for a family dinner. Be creative and create a swap that will be desirable to your child.

  • REUSE & RECYCLE That's right - use that candy again! Parenting magazine has 25 Things to Do with Leftover Halloween Candy. Ideas range from making your own trail mix to using the candies and wrappers for decorations.
Safe Trick-or-Treating
Safe Trick-or-Treating
The opportunity to dress up and run from house to house in anticipation of free candy is pure bliss for any child! But as parents, we know the importance of keeping children safe on All Hallow's Eve. Here are some tips that I have found to be helpful when out and about Halloween night:
  • Talk about safety and rules before heading out in the dark. Children can get so excited at the prospect of heading outside for treats; it is good to have a quick reminder in advance.

  • Carry a large light stick, flashlight or other similar object. This will help children easily spot you at all times and stick with the group. Trick or treating can be chaotic with kids disguised in costumes and the frenzy of activity. Anything you can do to stand out in the crowd is a good thing.

  • Have children always stick with a buddy. The Buddy System helps ensure that nobody gets lost.

  • Tote along a small, basic first aid kid. Trips and falls are common when children are out walking in the dark. Anti-bacterial cream and band-aids can come in handy when a mild injury occurs and lets kids quickly get back to the trick-or-treating!

  • Bring water bottles. Kids (and parents) can get thirsty trudging around in hot costumes and munching on sweet candy.
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