Two of every three adults in the United States made plans to participate in Halloween festivities last year. This year, with October 31 falling on a Saturday, the festivities promise to be even bigger. For the millions of kids and adults who are being treated by orthodontists, the temptation to eat sticky, gooey treats are challenging.
Orthodontists report that their busiest days of the year are those following Halloween. Emergency appointments are scheduled to repair damage done to braces and other orthodontic appliances for patients who gave in to the temptation of indulging in off-limits, hard, sticky, crunchy, or chewy Halloween treats. But there are delectable ways to safely enjoy the holiday. To help folks in and out of orthodontic treatment, we’ve provided some fiendishly delicious recipes to help party goers of all ages enjoy the season. These recipes are “orthodontist approved” and not only are they tasty, each one makes a great visual for any Halloween party spread.
Scary Skull and Ghastly Ghost Cookies
Dr. Dunegan knows kids of all ages want to enjoy some Halloween fun! These recipes taste as good as they look!
Find even more here: Orthodontist Approved Recipes