Since our youngest has a peanut/tree nut allergy, we are always looking for allergy friendly treats any time of year. We love FARE‘s (Food Allergy & Research Education) Teal Pumpkin Project encouraging families to paint a teal pumpkin and share allergy friendly treats with trick-or-treaters. If you’re looking for ideas for class parties or to pass out on Halloween, here are 50 allergy friendly Halloween treats to keep on hand.
The Teal Pumpkin project started in 2014, and gains momentum each year. The project is all about handing out non-food options, but I wanted to give some ideas for nut free treats as well. So here are 50 ideas for Allergy Friendly Halloween Treats to make your job a little easier.
*Please note, these are merely suggestions that work for our family. Be sure to read all labels before sharing these treats with a child with a food allergy.
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50 Allergy Friendly Halloween Treats
Nut Free Candy and some Gluten Free Halloween Candy too
1. Blow Pops/Tootsie Pops/Dum Dum lollipops
2. Laffy Taffy – Gluten free
3. Hershey chocolate bars (plain) – Also gluten free
5. Red Vines
6. Rice Krispies Treats
7. Mini Oreos
8. Jolly Ranchers
10. Junior Mints
12. Ring Pops
13. Tootsie Rolls – Also gluten free
14. SweeTARTS – Also gluten free
15. Fruit leather
16. Popcorn/Pirate’s Booty
17. Mike and Ike’s – Also gluten free
18. Hershey’s kisses – Some are gluten free
19. Willy Wonka’s Nerds
20. Haribo Gummy Bears
21. Kit Kat
22. York Peppermint Patties – Also gluten free
23. Swedish Fish
24. Smarties – Also gluten free
1. Packets of hot chocolate
6. Halloween bookmarks
9. Wind up toys
10. Clapping hands
14. Spider rings
15. Restaurant coupons (Wendy’s, McDonald’s)
16. Play dough
17. Vinyl sticky hands (kids love these)
21. Mini notepads
24. Slap bracelets
I hope this list has inspired you to find some new ideas to share with trick or treaters this year. Wishing everyone a safe and happy Halloween!
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