Halloween is one of the best periods for any nurse because they get to bring creative treats to work. Even if nurses have to work on Halloween, it doesn't mean they can't enjoy the holiday like everyone else.
Halloween week is among the busiest for nurses, but it's also a lot of fun. To celebrate this season, we’ve compiled a list of creative Halloween treats to bring to work for nurses.
Here are a few creative Halloween treats nurses can bring to work this season:
Nurses who love to wear Crocs will appreciate this one. You can put on crocs styled with a Halloween theme to work or gift a fellow nurse a pair. If you design your crocs with Halloween and nursing-themed artwork, they’ll attract a lot of attention and lift the mood around.
You can get a few Halloween-themed notepads. Use them to spice up your workstation and hand a few out to young patients. Make use of autumn or Halloween-themed notebook to take shift notes.
A coffee mug is a terrific gift and can be filled with lots of treats. You can add it to a care box or give it as a gift to someone. Gifting your fellow nurses a coffee mug shows that you are concerned about their well-being and also care for them.
A lot of nurses appreciate the pleasant fragrance of a scented candle. These candles come in many shapes and sizes and have a wide variety of fragrances. Gifting a colleague a Halloween-scented candle will make their day more exciting.
Our list of creative Halloween treats will be incomplete without banana ghosts. Create a terrifying banana ghost by using chocolate chips made from dark chocolate. After cutting the bananas in half horizontally, put two chips into each side to give the appearance of eyes and mouth. You may use raisins or spherical grains for the mouth and eyes as a second option.
None of your guests will be frightened by these lovable spiders. Spread some nut butter or cream cheese on two round whole wheat crackers (or other round crackers you have on hand). Put a pretzel stick into the bottom cracker and use it to make a sandwich. Add "eyes" to the top using a butter spread.
Make scary monster mouths using apple wedges. Scoop your favorite nut butter onto a cut slice (or cream cheese, if allergies are a concern). Make sharp teeth using slivered almonds. Instead of nuts, you might use dried bananas, cranberries, or goji berries to brush up your teeth.
People who work in healthcare find that celebrating holidays is a terrific way to have fun on the job, and Halloween isn't an exception. Some Nurses don't get to spend these holidays with their families because of work. This is why we put together creative Halloween treats that you can bring to work in this post. Which ones did we leave out? Kindly share in the comments section.