Last Updated on September 12, 2020 by Ellen Christian
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Are you looking for gluten free Halloween candy? As a mom of a daughter that’s gluten intolerant, it can be a challenge to deal with Halloween. There are so many food allergies out there that it makes picking candy quite difficult. For those that don’t have a child with food allergies, consider picking up a few bags of allergy-friendly candy for those children that do.
Gluten free Halloween candy
As a mom to a daughter that is gluten intolerant, Halloween time has always been a bit frustrating. Imagine your child going trick or treating and bringing home a bag full of candy that they cannot wait to eat. Now imagine how they feel when you remove half of it because it contains an allergen or food they cannot have.
That can be truly heartbreaking for children with an allergy or food intolerance. You can find gluten free Halloween candy at your local grocery store. You can use these candies when you set a Halloween table for your party.
YumEarth Organic Natural Lollipops, 5 Pound BagSmarties Candy Rolls 4-Flavor Variety: One 2 lb Assorted Bag of Candy Rolls, Tropical Candy Rolls, X-TREME Sour Rolls, and Candy Money Rolls in a BlackTie BoxYumEarth Organic Natural Fruit Snacks Snack Packs, 50 Count
While these candies are gluten-free according to what I found online at the time I wrote this post, I would urge you to contact the manufacturer and read the ingredient’s lists on anything that you eat.
In most cases above, I have linked the candy to the manufacturer’s website allergy section so you can read and check for yourself. When you’re buying your Halloween candy this year, please consider purchasing gluten-free or allergen-free candy so that everyone can enjoy the treats they come home with.
There are a lot more gluten-free Halloween candies in the stores than the ones that I have listed. Many are not marked gluten-free but they really are. Many manufacturers have lists of their gluten-free candies on their websites or can certainly give you a list over the phone if you call.
Here are a few of our favorites:
#3 Jelly Belly
#7 3 Musketeers bar
#8 Junior Mints
#10 Sugar Babies
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