Posts Tagged: trade halloween candy for toys


Will You Switch Your Witch This Halloween?

“Switch Witch and the Magic of Switchcraft creator Audrey Robertson Kinsman ’99 has put her own twist on Halloween. Mother of two boys, one of whom has a severe food allergy, Kinsman is building a new Halloween tradition around witches who magically “switch” candy for a book or toy on Halloween night. With an estimated…


The Orlando Sentinel

  “Stephanie Warner is still going to walk up to the neighbors’ doors with her 5-year-old son, Evan, this Halloween. He has several severe allergies, including peanut allergy, and she worries. So far, “we’ve only really taken him to neighbors that we know,” said Warner, who lives in Oviedo. “They’ve been good about giving him…




Switch Witch: Did ‘Elf on the Shelf’ just gain a Halloween step sister?

“Halloween is only a few days away and your little ghosts and witches are already having visions of sugar plums dancing in their head. What, what? Shouldn’t they be dreaming about leftover Halloween candy? Is it Halloween or Christmas? “Elf on the Shelf” used to be the only magical creature in town during the holiday…


Mommy in Sports Switch Witch Giveaway!

“Have you heard of the legend of the Switch Witch? It’s been around the parenting block for years, and is the perfect solution to rid our home of the enormous amounts of candy our daughter collects each year trick-or-treating. On Halloween night we allow her to keep just five pieces of candy, and then leave…


The Switch Witch on The Gluten Conundrum

“The Switch Witch is teaming up with The Teal Pumpkin Project and FARE at FARE Walks for Food Allergy Walks nationwide through giveaways and some Switch Witch magic! For those of you unfamiliar with the Switch Witch you are in for a sweet treat. Audrey Kinsman, brewed up this allergy-friendly concept when one of her…



Audrey Kinsman’s ‘Switch Witch’ Introduces a New (Candy-Free) Halloween Tradition

“For some parents, it’s the desire to prevent a massive, hours-long sugar high. For others, it’s the prospect of Halloween-induced cavities that rings loudest. Others still face the reality that their food allergic child can’t consume the buckets full of candy even if he wanted to. But whatever the reason, parents across the country are…