While there are plenty of common allergens that don’t come to mind when thinking about Halloween treats – most of the common allergens are, unfortunately, fairly standard in sweets. These include peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, and wheat. No one wants to be the one to tell a child they can’t eat candy when everyone around them is indulging! With that in mind, click through our slideshow below for a look at allergy-friendly Halloween treats all kids will love.
And to further help out kids with food allergies, each year you can place a teal pumpkin outside your home to let families know that you’re also offering non-edible treats like spider rings, glow sticks, fake vampire teeth,
Sharon Feiereisen is a freelance lifestyle writer and the managing editor at Momtastic. Her work has been published in Time Out, Newsday, The Knot, Teen Vogue, Business Insider, Real Simple and Hamptons Magazine among many other print and online outlets.