It’s that time of year again to review Gluten Free Halloween candy options. Please remember to use this only as a guide. As with all food allergies and sensitivities, we strongly advised that you look at the label at all of the ingredients.
Gluten Free Candy from Mars:
- Most M&M’s are gluten free except for pretzel & crispy flavors, but also look for seasonal flavors which may contain traces of wheat such as mint.
- Milky Way caramel or midnight bar (but not the original)
- 3 Musketeers
Gluten Free Candy from Hershey’s:
- Hershey’s chocolate kisses – please note that these are for regular kisses & hugs. Some of the filled kisses such as caramel and vanilla creme are ok, but many of the other flavors or not.
- Milk duds
- Hershey’s Milk Chocolate bar
- Reese’s Pieces (except for the egg shaped during Easter)
- Heath Bar
- York Peppermint Patties – All Except York Pieces Candy, Sugar Free Peppermint Patties, York Minis, and York Shapes (5 oz.)
Nestle Gluten Free candy options:
- Butterfinger Bars in fun size (bites, minis & cups are not considered gluten free)
- Baby Ruth (original & fun size)
- Wonka Pixy Stix
Other gluten free options include Tootsie rolls, Junior mints, Double Bubble, Tootsie pops, Charms blow pops, Sugar babies, Skittles, Starburst, Lifesavers, Bloody bones & skulls candy, Brach’s lemon drops, Mike & Ike, Candy corn dots, cracker jacks, fruit roll up, now & later, pop rocks & jelly beans.
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