If Halloween parties or trick-or-treating is looking a little different for you this year, join us in making all the Halloween goodies! The Zestfull team has collected a selection of allergy-friendly Halloween treats as a way to celebrate and play around in the kitchen.
We have some decadent ideas, healthier ideas, and plain ghoulish fun ones too. Also, who knew googly eyes were so popular, we could have done a round-up just on recipes to use googly eyes!
These days it is nice to see more nut-free halloween candy and allergy-free halloween candy in the stores but if you have time, grab your kids and let’s get messy in the kitchen.
Gluten-Free Halloween Treats: Ghosts & Bats
- NOTE: Our favorite allergy-friendly chocolate is Enjoy Life Semi-Sweet Chocolate Mega Chunks for melting.
- For gluten-free marshmallows check out Dandy’s – they do contain soy.
Nut-Free Halloween Treats: Monsters & Witches
Chocolate Swamp Monsters – nut-free with options on how to customize for your dietary needs.
Witch Ice Cream Sundaes – the homemade hat is what it’s all about. This recipe can be made using your favorite allergy-friendly ice cream, ice cream cones, and candy.
Frankenstein Krispies – top 9 free, gluten free with a vegan option.
Allergy-Free Halloween Treats: Mummies
Mummy Meatballs – make it allergy-friendly by using your go to pizza dough.
Mummy Cookies – super easy & totally customizable depending on your food allergies.
Banana Mummy Pops – top 9 free if you use allergy-friendly chocolate.
- NOTE: for top 9 free white chocolate check out Simply Delicious Morsels from Toll House.
Peanut-Free Halloween Treats: Eyeballs
You can put the googly eyes aside and go for the real deal, well a sweet take on eyeballs!
Eyeball Cupcakes – lots of options to tailor the cake to your food allergy needs. In addition, if you are allergic to lychees, peeled grapes work as a replacement.
Eyeball Red Velvet Cake Balls – easily customizable to make top 9 free.
- NOTE: The cake balls call for red velvet cake mix, but we suggest using your favorite food allergy option such as Cherrybrook Kitchen Gluten Free Chocolate Cake Mix
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Kortney is your typical atopic triad who manages asthma, eczema and multiple food allergies. Kortney is a co-creator of the online community Allergy Travels and co-host of The Itch Podcast. She wants to spread joy in a community that can easily see the hard side of life with atopic disease and believes that you can have a full life with food allergies, it may just be lived a little differently!