Eight Allergy-Friendly Goodies for Stay-at-Home or Social Distanced Trick-or-Treating


Saying “2020” is enough to scare the daylights out of anyone. Add “Halloween” and you’ll have parents of kids with food allergies running for the hills.

But it doesn’t have to be that way because finding treats that meet your child’s food restrictions is easy. Since first published in 2011, the Safe Snack Guide — Halloween Edition has been the go-to resource for families and classrooms nationwide seeking to accommodate children with food allergies and intolerances.

This year’s Guide has a huge section of commonly available treats you can purchase online or at your local market. Here are some of our favorites along with their allergen profiles detailing precisely how they are made with respect to the 11 allergens we track.

MadeGood Chocolate Chip Granola Bars

Delicious gluten-free oats and delicious chocolate chips. These individually wrapped organic granola minis bars are chewy goodness and made in a dedicated peanut and tree nut-free facility.

  • Meet the dietary needs of most little goblins with Halloween safe, allergy and nut-free treats
  • MadeGood Halloween Mini Bars are a delicious, better-for-you Halloween alternative for kids
  • Wholesome, hearty, gluten-free oats balance rich, delectably sweet, dark chocolate chips
  • With ingredient transparency, MadeGood granola bars support and contribute to a healthier diet
  • Perfect to distribute on Hallow’s Eve, they make a great sharable snack to those at the front door

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Dave Bloom
Dave Bloom
Dave Bloom is CEO and "Blogger in Chief" of SnackSafely.com.

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