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Trick-or-Treat: Halloween Diabetic Treats Guide

Posted by Jessica Chu on

Trick-or-Treat: Halloween Diabetic Treats Guide
No halloween candy for diabetics?
Says who?
Miss old wives tales or Mr. myth it all?
Forget all that fuss around the halloween idea for diabetic kids. Diabetic children can enjoy halloween just as much as other kids, with only a few careful considerations.
Of course, while kids look forward to costumes, candies and trick-or-treating people during halloween holidays, parents are likely more concerned about the vast quantities of sugar their kids are going to intake and what it’s going to do to their blood glucose control.
As the parent of a child with diabetes, you may be wondering how to approach this holiday. Know that proper planning helps you plan halloween for your diabetic kid. Here’s what you can do for your kid to enjoy halloween diabetic treats:

1.Make A Plan

It’s really important to make a diabetes management plan for your kid before halloween celebrations actually start. This will help you make your child’s diabetes manageable during the sweet time of the year. Moreover, make sure that the teachers, neighbours, and temporary caregivers know how to handle abundance of snacks and excitement. Things they should know include:

  • How much candy do you think is right for your child
  • How much insulin should be given to your child based on the type of food consumed
  • What foods are harmful for your child
  • How do you treat your child’s hypo and hyperglycemic episodes
  • A parent or guardian’s information

2.Learn About Carb Counts

For your kid to enjoy halloween diabetic treats it’s important for you to learn about carb counts so that you can administer the right amount of insulin.

Here’s a chart from where you can learn about carb count of some common halloween candies for diabetics.


3.Ensure Safe Trick-or-Treat Outings For Your Kiddo

To make trick-or-treat outings safe go smoothly for your kid, here’s what you can do:

  • All the excitement and adrenaline rush leads to decline in blood sugar levels in your child so ask your child’s healthcare provider to set a insulin dosage to account for all the nighttime exercise.
  • Make a warm cozy outfit for your child because low temperature may lead to a hypoglycemic episode.
  • Always place an insulin pump underneath your child’s halloween costume so that they don’t run out of insulin supply.
  • Have a plan for your child to eat halloween diabetic treats.
  • Become a spy! Check if your child is consuming candy secretively.

4.Halloween Treat Alternatives

There’s no reason for a type 1 diabetic to stop eating halloween treats, but here are some ways in which you can turn halloween treats into other halloween candy for diabetics.

  • Save some candy for the future use to treat your child’s hypoglycemic episodes.
  • Buy some candies from your child by paying some bucks.
  • Tell your children how piling up their candies at night and leaving them for the Switch-Witch to replace them with a bigger and better gift will be more fun for them. This way, they will save up candies instead of eating them and will be happier by the end of the day.

So whether you are the switch witch yourself, or the buyer that buys candies just to avoid the sugar rush your kid will face, halloween can be made all fun and games!

Don’t deprive your children of halloween diabetic treats; just be a little careful!