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Halloween Candy

Halloween Candy

Halloween can be tricky time for kids with Celiacs. Thankfully many of the popular candies are Gluten free and Celiac friendly. Here's the list of the 30 most popular candies in the United States

Pay attention to the candy that are handed out at halloweeen, and ask ask for a different candy if they should get one that is not on the list. Example, keep in mind that M&Ms are gluten free and look for that in the bucket as candy is being distributed.

100 Grand Bar Not Safe
3 Musketeers Safe
AirHeads Safe
Almond Joy Safe
Butterfinger Safe (Only the Bars!)
Candy corn Not 100% Safe (Brach's Candy Corn is processed in a facility that also processes wheat)
Hershey's Kisses Safe (Not the Hugs variety)
Jolly Ranchers Safe
Kit Kat Bar Not Safe
Laffy Taffy Safe
Lifesavers Safe
M&M's Safe (Except for pretzel M&Ms)
Milky Way Safe (Not Orginal)
Nerds Safe
Nestl- Crunch Bar Not Safe
Pixy Stix Safe
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups Safe
Reese's Pieces Safe
Skittles Safe
Snickers Safe
Sour Patch Kids Safe
Starburst Safe
Swedish Fish Safe
Sweet Tarts Safe
Toblerone Safe
Tootsie Rolls Safe
Twix Not Safe
Twizzlers Not Safe
Oreos Not Safe
Whoppers Not Safe

LiveStrong has a very good list of all the candy that is Glueten Free.

 

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This series of posts will cover some tips and tricks that I have learned about my twelve-year-old daughter's gluten-free lifestyle in the Boston area. Gluten-free eating can be challenging in any big city, but especially in Boston due to the high number of restaurants and availability of options. I've been learning what I can to make sure my daughter can still enjoy eating out, and I want to share what I've learned so that other families in the same situation can benefit.

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