How to Make Halloween Less Scary for Food Allergies
This Halloween, teal is the new orange. Make your home and child’s school Halloween party a safe stop by joining the Teal Pumpkin Project, a movement committed to making Halloween safe and fun for everyone.
Bring On the Non-Food Treats
These non-food treats are fun and safe for kiddos with allergies:
- Glow sticks
- Play dough
- Bouncy balls
- Spider rings
- Vampire fangs
- Mini notepads
- Playing cards
Keep the Sweets Separate
Keep Halloween candy in a separate bowl from non-food treats to keep allergy-friendly goods from contamination.
Try a DIY
Who needs candy when you have this recipe for pumpkin play dough! Tie up pieces in fun baggies and hand them out as a safe alternative to sweet treats!
Dig Into an Allergen-Friendly Recipe
Hungry for a spooky surprise? These recipes were designed to minimize the threat of gluten, dairy or wheat allergies:
Paint a Teal Pumpkin
By placing a Teal Pumpkin on your porch you are letting friends, family and neighbors know you have non-food and/or food allergy friendly treats available.
Shop Teal Pumpkin
Make Halloween less scary by shopping Teal Pumpkin-approved items online or in-store!