Here are 10 delicious homemade gluten-free Halloween candy recipes that add lots of flavor and fun to gluten-free Halloween parties and trick-or-treat bags. From Halloween classics like homemade caramel corn and candy corn to sumptuous treats like "raw chocolate candy bars" and "chocolate toffee bars" try these homespun gluten-free recipes this Halloween!
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Homemade caramel corn is buttery, crunchy, sweet and best of all it's naturally gluten-free. And it's so fresh, a quality hard to find in a can or bag! This recipe can be prepared ahead of time, packed in freezer bags and frozen until you're ready to serve it.
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"Perfect for the fall and winter holidays, this pumpkin seed brittle is easy to make, easy to transport, and easy to eat! Pumpkin seed brittle will keep for several weeks at room temperature in an airtight container lined with wax paper." - Ashley Skabar, Guide to Dairy Free Cooking
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"This homemade candy corn recipe produces delicious candy corn look-alikes that liven up any Halloween party. The taste and texture of these candies are different from standard candy corn--they are much softer than waxy store-bought candy corn and have a sweet vanilla marshmallow taste. This is not a difficult recipe, but it is time-consuming because the candy corn kernels must be cut out individually." -Elizabeth LaBau, Guide to Candy
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Gluten-Free Caramel Apples
Caramel apples are classic Halloween party fare. Watch the video and see how easy it is to homemade caramel apples.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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"Meringue Ghosts are fluffy, crispy meringue candies dipped in chocolate and formed into cute ghost shapes, perfect for Halloween." - Elizabeth LaBue, Guide to Candy
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"This recipe makes dual-flavored orange and raspberry worms. You can substitute other juices to change the flavors, or make a double batch with a single flavor." - Elizabeth LaBau, Guide to Candy
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"Sweet and gooey, these Candy Corn Popcorn Balls are the perfect Halloween treat! You won’t believe how easy it is to make popcorn balls using melted marshmallows, popcorn and candy corn. Be sure to press the balls together firmly, so that they won’t fall apart." - Elizabeth LaBau - Guide to Candy
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Dairy Free Chocolate-Dipped Caramels
"These chocolate walnut caramels are great for gifts or dairy-free sweet-snacking. Feel free to substitute pecans or other nuts of your choice, though walnuts are always a good idea!" - Ashley Skabar - Guide to Dairy Free CookingContinue to 9 of 10 below.
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Chocolate Toffee Bars
A deliciously sophisticated Halloween treat from our Guide to Candy! "Chocolate Toffee Bars combine the best of both worlds: crunchy, sweet toffee and smooth, bittersweet chocolate." - Elizabeth LaBau - Guide to Candy
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Dairy Free Raw Chocolate Candy Bars
"These are so much fun, not mention delicious! Feel free to dress these up with unsweetened shredded coconut, cocoa nibs or other nuts and raw ingredients of your choice." - Ashley Skabar, Dairy Free Cooking