YummyEarth Organic Lollipops: A Boo-Licious Halloween Candy

Are you looking for a boo-licious Halloween candy that you feel good about giving to all those special spooky kiddies - including your own? I just discovered YummyEarth Organic Lollipops and let me tell you these are the most delightfully delicious opulently organic heavenly Halloween candies I have dared to discover - yowza! I need a breather... Okay, what was I saying before I got a bit distracted by the memory of that first tantalizing taste?

Ah yes YummyEarth Organic Lollipops. These are USDA organic certified kosher allergen-free, gluten-free, GMO-free, egg-free, soy-free, nut-free, casein-free, dairy-free lollipops that are certainly not free of taste. In fact their unique "good for you" formula actually tastes better than regular candy because it is made from all-natural fruit extracts and use red cabbage and purple carrots for color.

Huh? Vegetable Organic Lollipops - Yeah Right

Cabbage and Carrot lollipops you're saying? Um, yes that's what I thought at first but actually you'd never know and even more importantly your kids won't know. The smell and taste of these YummyEarth candies are nothing short of, well Yummy.

YummyEarth lollipops are the perfect treat for Halloween and come in a wide selection of fun to say flavors including Sour Apple Tart, Pomegranate Pucker, Mango Tango, TooBerry Blueberry, Googly Grape, Strawberry Smash, Very Very Cherry, and Wet-Face Watermelon.

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  1. These are really good lollipops, and I love that they are organic without all the artificial ingredients. My favorite is wet face watermelon, although they could be called sticky face watermelon once my 2 year old gets a hold of them. 🙂

  2. We love YumyEarth, too! And you know, they are not just for kids- we now quite a few “big kids at heart” who enjoy these tasty lollies!

    My husband and I run an organic farm and eco-living store and these are our best-selling Halloween candies. You can check us out all of our natural Halloween treats here:

    BTW, my favorite flavors are wet-face watermelon and chili mango mambo!! 🙂

  3. I have seen these for sale on Amazon a few times–thanks for the idea to hand them out for ToT!

  4. We’ve loved these lollypops for a while now and I just bought the 5 lb. bag for Halloween last week also. It was a good deal and I feel so much better giving these out, instead of all the high fructose, gmo, candy.

  5. I love the trend toward natural candies that are better for us. I still believe that all things are good in moderation – but it makes it so much better when it’s a little bit healthier. Thanks for this great info.

  6. Thanks for the interesting post. I’m going to share with my friends and look forward to visiting this site again!

  7. Looks really sweet. I like the feature of this halloween lollipops and for sure that all the kids are craving to get a crack for this candy. Nice one.

  8. I’m planning on running for high school student council, so as a way to advertise my campaign I’m going to hand out lollipops with little cards on them that say to vote for me. I need about 500 lollipops that aren’t too expensive.

  9. An organic vegetable lollipop is really a good idea. I wonder why is it not out on the market yet. It’s so much healthier than those high sugar lollipop that is harmful to the health and body. I would support yummyearth lollipop if it’s available in my state.

    • I’ve seen YummyEarth lollipops at a number of stores, but they seem to be more common at places like Trader Joes, or other “healthy” type stores. They are also available at Amazon. It is too bad they aren’t more readily available as they are super yummy. 🙂

  10. Finally, something that my daughter will like that isn’t really bad for you. I’m going to ask about these at Trader Joe’s the next time I’m there. I hope they have some.

    • I know what you mean Bill – it feels a little better giving the kids candy when it is made with better ingredients that are actually good for them… even if they don’t know it. 🙂 I hope your Trader Joe’s has them.

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