Halloween Treat Bags + Free Printable!

These little Halloween treat bags are so cute – they’re perfect as a little thank you gift or as a party favor! I made mine for the adults who are volunteering this week at an event where I work, but they would be great to say thank you to anyone this time of year.

You know I did these as frugally as possible! I shopped Walmart and Dollar Tree for everything you see here. The most expensive thing was the candy, but I hate giving cheap chocolate! These ended up costing $1.30 each, which isn’t bad at all. 

Each bag contains:

  • Heavy Duty Disposable Coffee Cup with Lid
  • Apple Cider Drink Mix (for one serving)
  • Snack or Granola Bar
  • 3 Pieces of Hershey’s Candy
  • (I also added a company bumper sticker in my bags since this was for work)

Here’s the image I created for the labels – you can right click and save this image OR click here for a printable PDF!

You could definitely take this up a notch by including a reusable coffee cup or a gift card, but it’s nice to know you can make a lot of these without spending loads of money! Happy Halloween!


10 thoughts on “Halloween Treat Bags + Free Printable!

  1. I love that you included a cup with the cider mix! I bet people will be much more likely to use it since you’ve set them up with almost everything you need. Good call on the name brand chocolates. Definitely worth the splurge! I bet the volunteers were thrilled to get a sweet treat surprise from you 🙂


  2. What a thoughtful and fun treat to give and receive! I love what you did but I am most intrigued by the heavy duty disposable cups with lids! We have had overnight guests several times recently and it would be nice to send them off with a warm morning drink. I will. Be looking for these! Aren’t those cellophane treat bags great! I love to have them for different treats.


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