Halloween is literally right around me the corner. You know that means: CANDY!
If you missed it, I put together this Guide to Dietary-Restriction Friendly Candy. These lists include gluten-, dairy-, and/or soy-free options. While perusing the Halloween candy section at Target, we discovered a various bags of candy that meet all of the above requirements. I was also shopping on Vitacost when I decided to check their coupons. They had a sale on Halloween candy, so who could pass that up?Allergen-Free Halloween Candy Review Click To Tweet
Being the dutiful blogger that I am, I have done some research for you. You’re welcome. 😜 Sadly, Vitacost removed some the candy that Nikki selected (probably because it became unavailable since we waited overnight to place the order). We still got some good selections to test for you. All of the candy is gluten-, soy-, & dairy-free.
Without further ado, here are the reviews…
–Black Forest Organic Caramel Hard Candies: These square candies taste just like other caramels (not *just* like Werther’s, but a good alternative). GFS approves.
–SmashMallow: They bill themselves as “America’s snackable marshmallow, made from only the best all-natural ingredients.” They have several flavors to choose from; Nikki selected Strawberries & Creme. Its not soft like a typical marshmallow. It’s firm, but chewy. Sometimes the flavors do not match what they’re supposed to be. In this case, it tastes exactly like it says. GFS approved (this is Nikki’s favorite & she doesn’t want to share).
–Pea Not Cups: Can’t eat Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups? This may be another option for you. This milk-less/peanut-less version is made with sunflower butter. It’s also free from the 8 common allergens. If you’ve had sunflower butter before, the taste will not be a shock to your taste buds. If you’ve never had it, it’ll be a bit of a surprise. This may not be for everyone, but GFS approves.
–Black Forest Organic Lollipops: There are four flavors: Cherry Apple, Strawberry Lemon, Orange Mango, & Melon Berry. I had the Orange Mango & it’s very good. Nikki had the Melon Berry. They have a lot of flavor & are GFS approved.
–Skittles: The Halloween version is named Cauldron Skittles. It has a mix of original flavors as well as tropical flavors, however they’ve been given holiday names: Petrified Pear, Gripping Grape, Twisted Tangerine, Boogey Berry, and Lurking Lemon. Skittles are a GFS favorite and we approve of these.
There you have it! Let me know in the comments what your favorite Halloween candy is.
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