Halloween truly can be frightening for parents of gluten-free children. Preserve your sanity while showing your little gluten-free goblins a howling good time with our Gluten-Free Survival Guide.
Our About.com Guide to Celiac disease offers tips and resources for planning a gluten-free Halloween.
"With some forethought and planning, it's possible for both children and adults with celiac disease to truly enjoy Halloween." - Jane Anderson, About.com Guide to Celiac Disease
From Halloween classics like homemade caramel corn and candy corn to sumptious treats like "raw chocolate candy bars" and "chocolate toffee bars" try these homespun gluten-free recipes this Halloween!
Get Recipe for Gluten-Free Chex Style Snack Mix
Black beans, blue gluten-free corn chips, cheddar cheese and lots of orange, red and green vegetables add protein and lots of veggie power to this gluten-free nacho recipe- a great dish to fill little gluten-free tummies.
Get Recipe for Gluten-Free Black Bean and Blue Tortilla Nachos
Get Recipe for Gluten-Free Barbecued Drummies
Get Recipe for Deviled Ghoul Eggs
Get Recipe for Gluten-Free Caramel Corn
Get Recipe for Gluten-Free Halloween Ice Cream Sandwiches
Get Recipe for Gluten-Free Mini-Brownie Cupcakes with Orange Cream Frosting
How to Make Homemade Caramel Apples - Watch the Video
Miniature Caramel Apple Bites