Nut Free Safe Candy List - Della Devoted

Nut Free Safe Candy List






































It's almost Halloween and that means it's time to start planning out what you're going to give out to Trick or Treaters. Most of you have probably already bought your Halloween Candy, and some of you are probably last minute shoppers. When planning for Trick or Treat, please keep in mind that there are several children who have serious life-threatening food allergies. My son is severely allergic to peanuts and tree-nuts. Halloween can be so scary for Food Allergy Kids and their families, so please be considerate of them. Set aside a few safe snacks for those children who have food allergies, so that they can enjoy Halloween while being safe too. I can't speak for the other food allergies, but I can for Nut Allergies because that's what we struggle with. This is a list of Nut Free Safe Candy that I feel is safe for my son and other nut allergy kids.




  1. Oreos
  2. Teddy Grahams (Honey, Cinnamon & Chocolate)
  3. Gold Fish Crackers
  4. Nabisco Cheese Nips
  5. Cheeze-It’s
  6. Doritos
  7. Cheetos
  8. Funyons
  9. Kellogg’s Brand Fruit Snacks
  10. Welch’s Fruit Snacks
  11. Gushers
  12. Fruit Roll-Ups
  13. Fruit by the Foot
  14. Swedish Fish
  15. Smarties
  16. Tootsie Pops
  17. Tootsie Rolls
  18. Lifesaver Gummies
  19. Dum Dum Lollipops
  20. Twizzlers
  21. Rolos
  22. Hershey Kisses ( Milk Chocolate) cannot be in a mixed bag with other candy.
  23. Hershey Bars ( Regular Size) Cannot be mini snack size or King Size
  24. Sour Patch Kids
  25. Skittles
  26. Starburst
  27. Blow Pops
  28. Laffy Taffy
  29. Air Heads
  30. Double Bubble
  31. Pixie Stix
  32. Nerds
  33. Dots
  34. Sweet Tarts
  35. Ring Pops
  36. Pop Rocks
  37. Fun Dip
  38. York Peppermint Patties
  39. Junior Mints
  40. Caramel Apple Pops
  41. Hairbo Gummy Bears
  42. Marshmallow Peeps
  43. Rice Krispie Treats (pre-packaged)
  44. Utz Halloween Pretzels and Cheeseballs
  45. Cheese Puffs
  46. Lay’s Potato Chips
  47. Pringles
  48. Cowtails
  49. Sour Straws
  50. Candy Cigarettes
The safest option and the best option is to set aside non-candy toys and treats for children with Food Allergies. For more allergy information, please visit FoodAllergy.Org and Learn about the Teal Pumpkin Project.

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