Not candy, but here are some nevertheless sweet suggestions:
Try this tasty homemade fruit popsicle:
It only calls for 2 tablespoons of organic sugar per 6 servings and you could substitute Stevia (a top quality Stevia has considerably better taste than the typical off the grocers shelves Stevia)
And here is a good Halloween/Thanksgiving treat that is good year round too - and you can substitute maple syrup or raw organic honey for the sugar:
Kids like smoothies and shakes too. Here are some particularly healthy suggestions:
Around our house we like to make ice drinks with various fruit juice combinations and ice on medium setting in the Oster blender. One example is apple juice and dark grape juice plus several ice cubes.
We also like to make our own iced shakes, such as a combo of organic cocoa, almond or goat milk, raw honey and a tablespoon of blackstrap molasses along with ice cubes as above. For a creamy shake, leave out the ice cubes and add bananas.