Are you ready to party? Halloween provides a great opportunity to get together with friends and family. And of course you’ll want everyone to be able to participate in the festivities. When there’s a guest with food allergies, it makes it tough for those kids and adults to feel comfortable. Since there are 15 million Americans with food allergies, let’s make sure to include them this Halloween!

We’re providing 8 recipes for you that are entirely Top 8 Allergen free. (The Top 8 are peanuts, tree nuts, soy, dairy, eggs, wheat, fish and shellfish; they account for ~90% of food allergies.) Please make sure that you check all of your packaged ingredients to ensure that the brands you choose are Top 8 free. You can also call the manufacturers to double check if you’re unsure.

All of the recipes and the how-to explanations are available on YouTube on our channel in a Halloween party playlist.

Here’s the list, along with the blogs we adapted the recipes from:
Guacamole displayed in a Witch-carved Melon – Lydia Burchett & Top Secret Catering
Frankenstein Rice Cereal Bars – Allergy Awesomeness
Ghost Meringues – Allergy Awesomeness
Day of the Dead Fruit Pizza (uses this Pie Crust) – Growing Up Bilingual
Mini Pumpkin Pie Pops (uses this Pie Crust) – One Little Project
Monster Donuts – One Little Project
Fall Spiced Mimosa – The Lucky Pear
Voodoo Punch – Wheel n Deal Mama

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