10 Peanut-Free Halloween Treats You Can Feel Good About

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So many kids have peanut allergies these days that many schools have banned recipes that contain peanuts entirely! Are you looking for a peanut-free Halloween treat recipe your little one can bring in for his or her class party? They can range from good old fashioned candies to homemade treats! Check out some of our favorites below.

1. Sunrise Candy Corn: This peanut-free Halloween classic is sure to be a hit with all the kids! Check it out here.

sunrise candy corn
(Photo: Sunrise)

2. Scardey Crackers: These will give you an excuse to use your Halloween cookie cutters! Click here for the recipe.

martha Stewart Scardey Crackers
(Photo: Martha Stewart)

3. Grape Lemonade Ice Pops: These ice pops will certainly give your kids a spooky chill! Here's the recipe.

grape lemonade ice pops
(Photo: Martha Stewart)

4. Boom Chicka Pop Popcorn: Throw some peanut-free popcorn in a festive container or goody bags for a yummy, healthy treat! Find it here.

boom chicka popcorn

>> Read more: 6 Healthy Popcorn Toppings

5. Cheddar Cobwebs: These cheesy spooky snacks will delight your kids' classmates! Here's the recipe.

cheddar cobwebs
(Photo: Martha Stewart)

6. Spooky Fruit Spider Snack: There's no better Halloween combination than nutritious and scary! Check out the recipe here.

Photo Credit: Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
(Photo: Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons)

7. Cheesy Witch Brooms: These Halloween snacks are adorable! What kid doesn't like pretzels and cheese? Here's the recipe.

Cheesy Witch Brooms
(Photo: Cocinado Con Catman)

8. Banana Ghosts: Simple and delicious, these healthy treats will be the highlight of the Halloween party! Just check the chocolate chip label to make sure no peanut oil was used in the production process. Here's how to make them.

banana ghosts
(Photo: Spaceships and Laser Beams)

9. Spider Crackers: Using cream cheese instead of peanut butter is allergy-friendly and still delicious! These spiders are a crackup! (See what we did there?) Here's how to make them!

Spider Crackers
(Photo: La Jolla Mom)

10. Clementine Pumpkins: Last but not least, these clementine pumpkins are kid-friendly and mom-approved. Click here for the simple recipe!

clementine pumpkin
(Photo: Spaceships and Laser Beams)

Will you be making any of these peanut-free Halloween snacks for your little ones? Share your favorites in the comments below.

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