I was born on Halloween and love all the tricks and treats that come along with it. This is my first birthday where I realized that all Not_Gluten_Free_Halloween_Candygrains, including rice and corn have a form of gluten, and that I have an intolerance to dairy. As you can imagine finding true gluten free treats isn't easy. 

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you aren't going to find much gluten free halloween candy out there. Food manufactures will claim that their candy is gluten free, but it's not.

Last year before I was educated on gluten, I believed the labels on the bags and would down my bag of "gluten free" Jelly Bellys or box of Junior Mints. Now I understand why I felt so awful beyond the sugar rush! 

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While I haven't found a replacement for my Jelly Bellys, I found some amazing Honey Creams from Trader Joe's that are better than Junior Mints and only have 3 ingredients (cacao, honey, mint extract).      

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I also often get the question "Is chocolate gluten free?" and the answer is YES, but it's important to read the label and check to see what else they are putting in it. I always forget that chocolate comes from the cacao bean and is actually a great superfood. Here are some of my favorite gluten free chocolate brands: 

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