Fill their buckets with these awesome treats and they'll fire their toilet paper and eggs at your neighbours house instead!
They may look cute as they toddle up your driveway in their witches, vampire, and zombie costumes.
You may even think to yourself how sweet they are as you open the door and they all look up at you and say 'trick or treat?' in unison.
After all, it's hard to resist those shining eyes and innocent smiles as they hold out their buckets and bags.
But don't be fooled.
Because while this may look like a sweet and adorable gang of Halloween cherubs, they are also a tough audience.
And if they don't like what you've got to offer them, they may not be shy in letting you know about it.
Even more so if you run out of treats before they get to your door!
So if you don't want your front door to come under a barrage of flying eggs and toilet paper this Halloween, you need to keep the little devils happy.
Which is what the following items on our list of trick or treat gift ideas will do.
Halloween Treats To Keep The Little Rascals Satisfied
Halloween gifts for your friends and family are one thing.
But when it comes to trick and treat night, you need to make sure of two things.
Do both of these things and your house will survive for another year.
So to get an idea of what you can give out this year, take a look at the following list of trick and treat gift ideas.
And put together Halloween treat bags that will make you the most popular house in the neighborhood instead.
There's just no denying it.
Kids that go trick and treating want, expect, and even demand candy!
So this is your first port of call when you are stocking up on supplies this Halloween season.
To do this right, try to get a selection of goodies, such as chocolates, chips, cookies, skittles, fruit chews and Haribo.
This way you can cater to everyone and cover all the bases.
Or if you'd rather buy a ready made selection of treats, the Halloween candy gift basket above is a good option.
As it comes with a good variety of candy in an attractive Jack O'Lantern bucket that the kids will love getting their treats from.
Halloween Themed Mini Bottles Of Soda
Candy is your trick and treat staple.
But the kids are also going to need something to wash all that sugar down with.
So another idea is to give out mini bottles of soda as well.
But rather than giving out plain and boring soda that they are used to getting every day, why not make the bottles Halloween themed instead?
You can do this by adding your own labels to the bottles.
This will make the drinks a far more appealing and unique Halloween treat.
And the effect will work even better if you get them soda with strong colours, such as red, orange and green.
You can find these labels on various sites online that you can then print off yourself at home.
Or you could buy some on Amazon that are pre-made and ready to go, such as these Zombie labels above.
Mini Pots Of Play-Doh
Play-doh makes a great gift for young kids.
As not only do they love to play with it, it also helps to work the creative side of their minds and develop their motor skills.
So these mini pots of play-doh are perfect for handing out to trick and treaters.
And there are plenty of different colours too, so they can share and play together once the trick and treating is over.
A box of these Halloween themed stamps is a great purchase around trick and treat time.
As they make really colourful and exciting gifts to give out when the kids come knocking.
The box above is a good one, as it contains 50 different stamp designs, including ghosts, bats, skeletons, black cats, and Jack O'Lanterns.
And each one is pre-inked, so they can get stamping straight away.
These stamps work great on paper, but can also be used on hands and arms, so the kids can give each other temporary Halloween tattoos on the night.
Mini Halloween Colouring Books
These mini colouring books are something a bit different to what you'd usually expect to give out at Halloween.
But they are a fantastic gift idea for younger trick and treaters.
As each one contains 6-7 pages of simple Halloween drawings that they can colour in over the holidays.
Which is great, as it helps to bring out their creative side.
And it should also keep them occupied for a while, so their parents will love you for it as well!
Halloween Crayon Packs
You can't give the kids a colouring in book and nothing to colour them in with.
So add these packs of crayons to your Halloween treat bags.
They make great trick or treat gifts, as they look really cool with the Jack O'Lanterns and ghost design on the front.
And with 6 crayons in each pack (blue, red, purple, green, yellow, and orange), they'll be able to colour in to their hearts content.
Halloween Themed Bubble Bottles
Young kids love to blow bubbles, so why not treat them to one of these Halloween themed bubble bottles.
They work great as gifts for trick and treaters, as they are designed to look like Frankenstein, Dracula, a Mummy, or a Jack O'Lantern.
And you can fill them up with some bubble solution before giving them out so they are ready to use.
A sure-fire hit for Halloween.
Glow Sticks & Bracelets
As most trick and treating is done at night, glow sticks and bracelets can make a really impressive and popular treat.
Because the kids will love them as they glow in the dark, which is really cool as they walk from door to door.
And they can also use their imagination and use them as pretend magic wands.
After all, the lights and glow they give off look pretty magical to a young pair of eyes.
Halloween Magic Springs
These Halloween themed mini coil springs are colourful and scary looking treats that match the Halloween mood perfectly.
With their Jack O'Lantern faces and colours of the season.
Which makes them ideal for handing out to trick and treaters.
And they are fun to play with for the kids too.
As when the coils are stretched out they will snap back into place, revealing the scary face on the front looking back at you.
Glow In The Dark Bouncing Balls
Kids love things that glow in the dark, which makes these novelty bouncing balls a great little gift to give out on trick and treat night.
They are Halloween themed too, with a mixture of Jack O'Lanterns, black cats, ghosts, witches, bats and eyeball designs.
And being bouncy they can either play with them, or just keep them as a fun object to have in their room after lights out.
So they are something different that can really stand out in any kids trick or treat bag.
Clementine Jack O'Lanterns
We came across the final item on our list of gifts for trick and treaters on the Eats Amazing blog.
And it's a really easy yet great idea for trying to balance out some of the candy that the kids are eating over the Halloween period.
The idea is to simply disguise some fruit as a Halloween gift.
And all you need for this are a bag of clementines or tangerines, a Sharpie marker pen, and a little bit of creativity.
As the shape and the colour of the fruit already resembles a miniature pumpkin.
So all you need to do is draw some scary faces on the front and hey presto, you have some mini Jack O'Lanterns to give out to the kids when they come knocking.
However whether they end up eating the actual fruit is another matter entirely!
As much as we've jested about them here, kids getting dressed up and going trick and treating around the neighborhood is a lovely Halloween tradition.
So help to put an even bigger smile on their painted faces this year by giving them some nice treats when they ring on your doorbell.
We've given you a few ideas for that here that go beyond just candy and will make you stand out from the crowd.
Just make sure you order in enough supplies to satisfy the blood thirsty baying hordes of mini Draculas and Witches this October 31st.
Or prepare for the toilet paper!