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2011 Gluten and Allergy Free Halloween Candy Lists

The 2011 Gluten and Allergy Free Halloween Candy Lists are here!

My friend Alison from Sure Foods Living works extremely hard every year to put together these comprehensive candy lists for those of us in the gluten-free and food allergy community.  I am so deeply appreciative to Alison for her amazing dedication and hard work, she’s my Halloween hero! 😀

2011 Gluten and Allergen Free Halloween Candy Lists

Halloween Candy List Gluten and Allergen-Free 2011

Gluten Free Halloween Candy Quick List 2011

Allergen-Free Halloween Candy Quick List 2011

And I just love Alison’s “wicked” sense of humor:

If you’ve not yet checked out Alison’s Blog, Sure Foods Living, I highly recommend that you do so!  I often think of Alison as my kindred spirit in the blogging world, she writes the posts that I want to read.  I can’t tell you how often Alison’s blog pops up in the Google search listings when I’m doing research for one of my own posts.  It makes me happy to know that I’m not alone in the questions I often ponder.

Here are just a few of my favorite posts of Alison’s to get you started:

Alison’s Story

Why are My Kids Gluten-Free? (this post brought me significant comfort and strength when I first put my kiddos on the gluten-free diet)

Let’s Talk About Poo (Dr. Oz would be proud!)

Think Outside the Celiac Box

Blood Tests are Not the Final Say (definitely click the link to Dr. Rodney Ford’s article in this post)

Is the Gluten Free Diet Torture?

A Brief History of Wheat and Why it’s Making Us Sick


  1. Thanks, Heidi, for posting these lists. I use them all year long (mostly for me, I must admit)! They are so useful!

  2. Heidi! Wow! You are so nice. I'm just seeing this tonight and I so appreciate your kind words… you totally rock too!

  3. Great lists. I'm just going to send everyone here!

  4. This is incredibly helpful. One of my son's best buds is gluten-intolerant (plus allergic to eggs and peanuts, poor kid) so I always like to have gluten-free options available for him.



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