How to Survive a Gluten Free Halloween
If you have someone in your family who is gluten free, like I do, then you are always on the lookout for recipes and products that are not only easy, but don't taste like cardboard. Fortunately, as more and more people are looking for gluten free options, it's getting easier to find something creative, fun, and tasty for holidays.
Our friends at About Food have a Gluten Free Survival Guide for Halloween, which is awesome! They start off with 10 Homemade Gluten free Halloween Candy recipes, which includes Caramel Corn, Pumpkin Brittle, Homemade Gummy Worms, and Candy Apples - yum!
They also have recipes for Chex Style Gluten Free Snack Mix, Black Bean and Blue Corn Tortilla Nachos, and Deviled Ghoul Eggs. Festive, yet safe and tasty!
Some of the really great tips they share if you have little gluten free goblins in your house are:
- Host Your Own Party
- Supply Food for a School Party
- Trade for Safe Candy
- Offer Non candy Items
- Focus on the costume, not the Candy
It's getting easier to navigate this gluten free world around the holidays, so feel free to share any tips or recipes with the rest of us during this exciting Halloween season!