Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Gluten-Free Halloween Candy List and Tips


I thought I would share with you my kiddos' costumes over the years as well as some tips to Trick or TREATING! AND, most importantly, the                 GLUTEN-FREE CANDY LIST.

  • Before Trick or Treating, tell your children that you plan to go through the candy when they return home, just to make sure everything is safe to eat.
  • When it comes to generic candy with no names or just little packages of hard candy or wrapped chocolate, I usually throw it. If Jack can't have it, I don't want to eat it either - I don't even know what it is!
  • Lastly, have a gluten-free stash of candy at home so your child can replace any candies from his trick or treat bag that are not gluten-free with some gluten-free favorites!

For more Fall/Halloween Gluten-Free Treats and Party Ideas, visit my other posts:

Gluten-Free Halloween Treats Giveaway

Gluten-Free Fall Party Dishes

Pumpkin Salsa and Beanfields Chips

1 comment:

  1. Since childhood, my favorite Halloween treat to make is popcorn balls.