Halloween Dible

Find Halloween tips, tricks and treats to make sure kids with food allergies, and other dietary needs can be safe AND included!

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A last minute treat for any occasion! 2-Ingredient No-Bake Cupcakes that are gluten-free, vegan, and raw! These customizable dessert bites will bring a smile to your face with their taste and real food wholesomeness!
Peanut Butter Lovers unite over Zemas Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Brownies. Kid friendly with a swirl of your favorite natural peanut butter these brownies are fun to make as a family. Peanut free home? Swap for your favorite almond or sunflower seed butter for an allergy friendly option.
Looking for a quick treat to make your guests this holiday season? Look no further because I have an incredibly easy, deliciously creamy, SunButter pumpkin pie that you’ll want to be making.
This fizzy, foamy drink is a great addition to your fall party table. It's a great beverage for Halloween, bonfires, even Thanksgiving.
This creamy, rich and festive dip goes perfect with fresh fruit slices or some of your favorite allergy-friendly cookies.
Halloween is full of treats, but not always the healthiest or safest treats for kids with allergies and food intolerances. Try this fun make-at-home version of marshmallows with the kids. You only need water, honey and gelatin to make the marshmallows and there's even a chance for the kids to get some marshmallow fluff. A great way for kids to participate in making and appreciating homemade treats that may be more safe for them.
Sunday is pancake day in our house. We pretty much aren’t allowed to deviate from this, unless we make waffles instead. I decided to change things up a little bit this past week though, by incorporating the flavors of the season. And I decided to make them gluten free. And while I was at it, I figured I may as well make them Top 8 Free too. You’re welcome!
These super-easy mummy cookies are tasty, cute, and a fun shortcut recipe that you can even make with kids. And don't worry, they're perfect for the crafting-challenged, too (like me!). Vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free & soy-free!
A healthier snack mix that the kids will love and will have fun making! A gluten-free, vegan, easy recipe for Circus Popcorn! Loaded with allergy-free Rainbow Rocks, sprinkles. peanuts, apple, and of course, fresh popcorn, all baked in the oven! Perfect for any kid-friendly party!
We went out for dinner the other night, and hubby was the only one of us who could order a milkshake for dessert–there was too great a risk of cross contamination for us allergic folk. The seasonal milkshakes sounded really good though, so we decided to go home and make our own milkshakes. And I found that I could make a Pumpkin Pie milkshake that tasted just as good as anything you can order from a soda joint!
These spooky mini cupcakes aren't so scary. Made with allergy-friendly ancient whole grains, they are the perfect addition to any Halloween party!
No need to double-take on this ghostly treat, these mini chocolate cupcakes really are top 8 allergen-free and gluten-free!
A healthy and delicious twist on an American favorite cupcake. The peanut butter-maple filling makes that first bite even more yummy. This recipe can easily be swapped out with any nut/seed butter you'd like.
A favorite family treat here in the Madhouse, now made with a better-for-you dairy-free condensed milk. Using our ancient whole grain Mini Double Chocolate Cookies for the crust, these bars will keep everyone smiling.
Drop those generic, gmo-filled cookie sandwiches and make this fun and easy recipe your entire family will love. Using our new Chocolate Chip Mini Cookies, made with ancient whole grains and superseeds, these almond butter (or use any nut/seed butter you love) stuffed cookie sandwiches dipped in silky smooth, antioxidant full, dark chocolate will disappear fast!
Spend some time in the kitchen with the kids mixing up Zemas Compost Cookies! Gummie worms and potato chips all smashed up with Zemas ancient whole grain cookies sandwiching them in. You and the kids will love it!
Feed your family or feed a crowd with Zemas Texas Sheet Cake. Allergy friendly and vegan, bring to your next family BBQ or party.
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