Gluten-Free LivingHalloween is a time for treats but can be a real drag for children with celiac disease or gluten issues. Instead of keeping your children off the streets or not allowing them to get involved with the festivities, there are a variety of methods you can use to keep things exciting for children.

Have Your Own Halloween Event – By hosting your own Halloween event, you have control over the treats served to the children. There are plenty of wonderful gluten-free options out there that any child will love. You can make it a point to invite other children who also need gluten-free treats, making their Halloween special!

Only Give Out Gluten-Free Treats to Trick-or-Treaters – There are lots of gluten-free candies out there. Do your research and find out which items are gluten-free. Original Butterfingers, Snickers, and Tootsie Rolls are just some of the great options out there. This way, you’ll know that your child is getting the right selections.

Make Rules for Your Children – Think back to your trick or treating days – didn’t you love to chow down on your treats as you went from house to house? If your child is sensitive to gluten, than won’t do! Establish clear and concise rules with your kid to make sure they understand that they can’t eat anything until it has been inspected. wants to make the holidays a little better for you and your family. Take a look at the great gluten sensitivity support products we have available today!