Easy Halloween treats that are gluten and dairy-free—all the joys (read candy and treats!) of Halloween without gluten and dairy? Yes, please!
This year enjoy Halloween without all the flour, milk, and refined sugar in traditional Halloween treats. Chocolate haystacks, hot apple cider, snickers bars, and ghost truffles are just a glimpse of the festive possibilities. You can create even more spooktacular treats like banana mummies, candy corn gummies, ghost meringues, spooky chocolate bark, and even pumpkin caramels.
These easy Halloween treats are sure to delight trick-or-treaters and party-goers alike. Best of all, you can celebrate Halloween gluten, grain, and dairy-free—without missing out on all your Halloween favorites. Win-win I’d say.
Easy Halloween Treats (Gluten Free, Dairy Free)
3-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Almond Haystacks – Cook Eat Well
Super easy to make using toasted almonds, these little treats are sure to be a hit. Make two batches—one for treating and one for sampling!
Easy Chocolate Bark Recipe – Cook Eat Well
This simple chocolate bark recipe couldn’t be easier! It’s a great one to get the kids involved making their own scary designs with their favorite additions.
Boo Meringues – Coastal Wandering
These sweet treats will be a haunting addition to your Halloween dessert table. These gluten and dairy-free ghost meringue cookies will become your family’s favorite scary dessert! Try making these with a keto meringue recipe for a low carb sugar-free treat.
Raw Witch Fingers – Fork and Beans
They sound pretty gruesome, but these nutty treats are not only wonderfully spooky, but they are also gluten, egg, dairy, and refined sugar-free. And would look scary on your Halloween party dessert table.
Halloween Apple Mouths – Paleo Leap
Decidedly creepy and wonderfully nutritious all at the same time. Place them right next to the witches’ fingers on your dessert table and really wow your guests. Also, these would be perfect for lunch!
Candy Corn Gummies – Plaid and Paleo
Yes, that’s right. Candy corn gummies. Paleo, dye-free, refined sugar-free gummy candies, made into adorable candy corn shapes. A Halloween classic made paleo.
Paleo Pumpkin Caramels – Kitchen Vignettes
Only three ingredients, paleo-friendly and absolutely beautiful. Not only perfect for a Halloween treat, but this would also be a lovely addition to any fall table.
Tangerine Pumpkins and Banana Ghosts – Weelicious
Halloween might not get any cuter than this. Be sure to use gluten-free, dairy-free chocolate chips for the ghosts, and you have yourself a perfect healthy treat. How awesome would these be for a school party?
Paleo Ghost Truffles – Living Healthy With Chocolate
Chocolate pecan crunch truffles covered in shredded coconut. What’s not to love? Again, be sure to use gluten-free, dairy-free chocolate chips, and serve these up to right next to the chocolate haystacks.
Paleo Snickers Bar – Forest and Fauna
I just don’t see how anyone could not love these. Nutty perfection, creamy caramel, and bite-size. These are taking vegan paleo treats to a whole new level.
Hot Apple Cider – Cook Eat Well
One of the best comforts of the season, hot apple cider is just perfect for a Halloween party, or a little warm-up after trick-or-treating.
Banana Mummies – Flo & Grace
Healthy bananas drizzled with a paleo candy coating, and decorated with gluten-free, dairy-free chocolate chips and raisins or currants for eyes—these little creatures will be the stars of your celebration.
Knowing that you can make all of these frightfully easy Halloween treats will take a lot of the stress out of the planning, and put a lot of the fun back in. Happy Halloween!
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What’s your favorite Halloween treat? Let me know in the comments below!