I have always been familiar with Celiac and the Gluten-Free World because of my mom. She was diagnosed with Celiac in her early teens. Just this year my 4-year-old daughter was diagnosed. If you want to learn more about Celiac Disease go here. Celiac diagnosis can encompass many symptoms or none but either way it creates havoc on the body. My daughter has very few symptoms but Celiac Disease can be a quiet troublemaker. Slowly wearing away at the important parts of your digestive system until big problems may arise. The only solution needed is going Gluten Free! The body can self-heal as long as the gluten is removed. Halloween is near and I want to share how to make it fun for Celiacs with this Gluten-Free Candy List! Bonus: I included some creative non-food ideas for treats as well!
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***Warning*** This list is only a guide or a place to start looking. Please ALWAYS still look at the ingredients. Many of the manufacturer websites will have full allergy information available. Some candy is made differently during Halloween to meet the high demand and might contain traces of gluten when it normally does not. ***Always Double-Check***
GF Candy List 2020
A true candy favorite. Twenty or more different Chocolate Gluten-Free Candies to enjoy in the list below!
Tootsie Rolls and Pops
Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Kisses, Nuggets, Bars
Butter Finger Bar (original flavor)
Reeses Peanutbutter Cups (Not the seasonal ones)
Reeses Pieces (Not eggs)
Snickers (Not the Minis)
Fruity candies are fun and yummy. Grab these gummy, sweet, fruity candies that are safe for your Celiac Candy Bucket!
Haribo Gummy Bears (Not the Juicy)
Life Savers Hard Candies and Gummies
Mike and Ikes
Sour Patch Kids
Welches Fruit Snacks
Other candies which do not fall into the chocolate or fruity category are in this last list. Look here for some classic favorites you can be sure to enjoy in a Gluten Free Fashion this Halloween.
Brach’s Candy Corn
Wonka Fun Dip and Pixi Stix
Charms Blow Pops
Here are some popular candies that are on the NO GO- Gluten Filled list for 2019
Some very well know candies that are actually not Gluten Free.
Print Out the List Below and Keep it on Your Fridge for Quick Reference!
Here are some of the references I used to help make this list for you!