Your Resource for a Happy, Safe, Gluten-Free Halloween, 2018 (with updated GF Candy Lists)!

Your Resource for a Happy, Safe, Gluten-Free Halloween, 2018 (with updated GF Candy Lists)!

Whether planning to take your kids trick-or-treating, or host/attend a ghostly Halloween bash, check out our Resource Guide for lists of safe gluten-free candy (& also where you can donate leftovers!), craft ideas, as well as frightfully delightful recipes!



Gluten-Free Candy Lists

Celiac Kids Connection at Boston Children’s Hospital  (allergen friendly)

Celiac Disease Foundation

Are Hershey’s Kisses Gluten-Free (not all are!)


Consider donating leftover Candy, see our list of suggestions below!



MB900384731Time to Get Crafty:

Better Homes & Gardens (you’ll need to wait a few minutes, before site opens)


Martha Stewart

Halloween Hairdo, Simple As That

Crazy Little Projects



Beverages, Fruit, & Miscellanous Snacks 

Boo Nilla Shake, Martha Stewart

Caramel Apples (be sure to use GF caramel) Your Home Based Mom

Corn Dog Mummies Fork and Beans

Frankenstein Brown Rice Krispie Treats Fork and Beans

Harry Potter Butter Beer (be sure to purchase all GF ingredients!) Budget Savvy Diva

Spook-tacular Drinks Gluten Fabulous

Frozen Boo-Nana Pops (sugar-free) Healthful PursuitMB900232171

Ghastly Tortilla chips & Ghoulcamole Allyson Kramer

Gummy Worms AboutFood

Halloweegan Spookitty Heads Wing It Vegan

Jack O Lantern Fruit Cups Janice Amee’s Gluten Free

Poison Toffee Apples Simply Delicious Food

Pumpkin Spiced Latte, Very Well Fit

Rolo Knock-offs Oh She Glows

Spiderweb Spread

Spooky Black Bean Hummus FatFree Vegan Kitchen

Spooky Spider Eggs Sunset.comMB900384735

Strawberry Ghosts Taste of Home



Mashed Bootatoes Martha Stewart

Stuffed Jack-O-Lanterns Go Dairy Free



Candy Corn

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Cupcakes Gluten Free CanteenMB900053352

Chocolate Spiderweb Cake My Darling Lemon Thyme

Cupcake Mummies & Ghosts Gluten Free on a Shoestring

Extra Spooky Chocolate Cupcakes Gluten Free Canteen

Marshmallow Pops (& more) Sarah Bakes Gluten Free

Mummy Cupcakes Simply Sugar and Gluten Free

Paleo Halloween Cupcakes Elana’s Pantry

Halloween Whoopie Pies Ricki Heller

Vampire Eyeball Cookies Simply Gluten Free

(Note: Though all of the recipes above are gluten-free, some are from blogger sites that offer non-GF recipes)


Other helpful resources:

Learn about the TEAL PUMPKIN PROJECT from FARE

Pumpkin Carving Ideas

Gluten-Free This Halloween? 5 Tips to Enjoy the Holiday

Oktoberfest: A Gluten-Free Halloween

How to Roast Pumpkin Seeds

Unveil the M.A.S.K. to a Safe and Fun Gluten-Free Halloween (

Ready to unload some of that sweet loot … and teach your children how to give back by sharing ?
Here are a few ideas for what to do with leftover candy:

Donate candy to Operation Gratitude (prepares care packages to send to U.S. Military); read HERE also;  Operation Shoebox and Operation Starts and Stripes and Operation Troop Treats!

Check in at your Dentist’s office, many participate in a Candy Buyback Program 

Check to see if your child’s school is collecting for an organization, such as Operation Gratitude 

Make a visit to your local food pantry to drop off unopened candy

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