Favorite Halloween Treats from Food Allergy Bloggers

Holidays can be scary if you have a child with food allergies or dietary restrictions. But it doesn’t have to be when you prepare yourself with allergy-friendly Halloween treats.

Between trick-or-treating and Halloween parties, there are plenty of opportunities to eat sweet treats. Here are just a few examples of how some yummy foods can be made allergy friendly and with dietary restrictions in mind. Plus, there are always non-food treats. The Teal Pumpkin Project from Food Allergy Research and Education is a campaign to get houses to hand out allergy friendly Halloween treats like non-food items instead of candy.

But, if you can’t help your sweet tooth, take a look at these recipes:

Vegan Caramels
from Fork and Beans

vegan caramels

Paleo Tootsie Rolls
from Brittany Angell

Homemade Lollipops
from Snappy Living

Pumpkin Seed Brittle
from Martha Stewart

Paleo Pumpkin Butter Cups
from Civilized Caveman Cooking

Homemade Candy Corn
from Five Little Homesteaders

Pumpkin Fudge
from Petite Allergy Treats

Bonus: 10 Commercial candies that are nut free!

Always check the packaging, as product change, but these are generally allergy-friendly.

  1. Dots
  2. Jolly Ranchers
  3. Laffy Taffy
  4. Lifesavers
  5. Nerds
  6. Skittles
  7. Smarties
  8. Sour Patch Kids
  9. Starbursts
  10. Tootsie Rolls

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