Natural candies as bright and delicious as some of your childhood favorites—
only with natural flavors and colors. Some of the choices here even clean your teeth!*
Now, that is an excuse to keep a little bit of a sweet tooth!
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Our family eats healthy. We share healthy snacks for children here on our website. Lots of them—healthy lunch ideas, tips on nourishing children, whole-grain homemade graham crackers, all-fruit popsicles, honey apple pancakes, all-natural jello gelatin, and we even make our own natural rock candy...
But, sometimes special treats are enjoyed here—for birthday parties, Valentine's Day, Easter...Store-bought, natural sweet treats that still fit in with our family's choice to eat healthier, all-natural foods.
Natural candies that would stand up to their traditional not-so-natural counterparts used to be hard to find. It was a scavenger hunt in a health food store to find a natural candy knock-off that tasted, and was as colorful, as the real thing. Now, I can find bright, sweet, fun options—like all those we have enjoyed above—everywhere. Easily.
And, that is sweet.
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natural candies above, top left to right natural candy coated chocolates, berry xylitol candy, more natural chocolate candies, organic jelly beans from Surf Sweets, 100% pure maple candy from a local maple syrup maker, and citrus xylitol candy. *The xylitol in the candies linked here and below are a natural tooth cleaner. Xylitol is also added to some natural toothpastes and chewing gums to keep your chompers bright and shiny too!
other natural, fun, sweets to eat, read, and play...
above natural cotton candy • The Ultimate Guide to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory • wood candy maze making kit • natural candy mix • natural lollipops • natural hard candies • natural horehound drops • candy lacing beads • natural zoo animal fruit candies • Candy Land ©heather cahoon • wordplayhouse®
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