Soy Free Halloween Candy

My first blog on candy was at Easter, and you can read more about that candy list by click here. Since then, I have become much pickier about what I eat and have had several instances where companies were not as transparent about their ingredients as they should have been.

As always, keep in mind that everyone is different in their reactions to the same product, and product ingredients can change at any time.

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Surf Sweets

Surf Sweets declares on their website that they are soy free and also free of several other allergens which they list on their website. They make gummies, jelly beans, sour gummies, and fruit rings. Their peach rings and jelly beans are my favorite! I find them most often at Whole Foods.

YumEarth Organics

YumEarth Organics was the first brand of soy free candy that I found, and I actually found it at TJ Maxx. (side note: If you have a TJ Maxx in your area, take a look a their food section! I have found a lot of soy free products and health foods there.) I have also seen the candy at Whole Foods, and there are likely others as well.  They make pops, fruit snacks, gummy bears, sour beans, and candy drops. You can find an allergen chart on their website that lists common allergens and which ones are found in their products. Soy is included in this chart, and none of their products contain soy.

Enjoy Life

Enjoy Life is free from the top 8 allergens and makes chocolate chips, cookies, bars, seed & fruit mixes and more. I especially love their Gingerbread Spice cookies. I have seen Enjoy Life products in many grocery stores, and this is a great brand not only for Halloween but for every day use.

Theo Chocolate

Some folks with soy allergy given the OK by their doctors to eat soy lecithin, but for those of us that are not, it is very difficult to find chocolate. While I am uncertain as to whether every Theo Chocolate product is soy free, the bars that I have eaten did not contain soy ingredients. Their products are also organic. I LOVE their chocolate, but it is very rich chocolate, so some kids (and adults) may not prefer it. I buy my Theo Chocolate at Whole Foods, but I have seen their products in other stores as well. I have seen some folks use Erewhon graham crackers (soy free), soy free marshmallows (not sure of what brand), and Theo Chocolate to make smores.

Calling all Soyvivors: What other soy free candies have you found? Please leave your suggestions in the comments below!

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