Peanut and Tree Nut Free Candy List

With Halloween just over a week away, it’s important for parents of children with peanut and other tree-nut allergies to know which candies are safe for their children to eat. Here’s a list of 36 of our favorite peanut and tree nut free candies. Bon apetit!

Peanut and Tree-Nut Free Candy

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36. DIVVIES (anything made by Divvies) – www.divvies.com
35. Haribo Gummi Candies (anything made by Haribo)
34. Surf Sweets Natural gummies & jelly beans – www.surfsweets.com
33. Vermont Nut Free Chocolates
32. Skittles
31. Peeps
30. Swedish Fish
29. Altoids Mints, Original & Cinnamon (not Chocolate variety)
28. Mike and Ikes
27. Hershey (plain) chocolate bars, personal size only (not King size, not Minis) 
26. Hershey (plain) chocolate Kisses (not King Size, not Holiday/Seasonal Bags)
25. Wonka’s Nerds & Nerds Rope
24. Laffy Taffy
23. Runts
22. Dubble Bubble gum
21. Tootsie Pops & Tootsie Rolls (anything made by Tootsie) Tootsie-rolls-4256
20. Junior Mints
19. Lifesaver Gummies
18. Smarties
17. Sour Patch Kids – all varieties
16. Whoppers
15. Sweet Tarts
14. Dum Dum lollipops
13. Bottle Caps
12. Pop Rocks
11. Now and Laters
10. Zours
9. Hot Tamales
8. Red Vines
7. Jolly Rancher hard candy, lollipops and gummi candy
6. York Peppermint Patties
5. Twizzlers
4. Rolos
3. Starburst fruit chew, lollipops and jelly beans
2. Kraft Marshmallows
1. Trader Joe’s Milk Chocolate Chips, Trader Joe’s Semi Sweet Chocolate Chipslicorice

Peanut and Tree Nut Free Ice Creams & Baked Goods

  1. Sweet Alexis Cookies & Breads
  2. Haagen Dazs Ice Creams – which do not contain nuts as ingredient
  3. Dreyer’s Ice Creams – which do not contain nuts as ingredient
  4. Strauss Family Creamery Ice Creams
  5. Safeway ICEE frozen fruit pops
  6. Cake mixes and frostings from Pillsbury, but check labels: some contain nuts but are manufactured separately.

Please consult your physician if you have concerns about how these products may relate to you or your family member’s specific condition. Wearing medical IDs for those with food allergies is encouraged to provide medical professionals critical health information in the event of an emergency.

Source: Bay Area Allergy Advisory Board