These 11 Dairy Free Candy Recipes are also all gluten free, soy free, and egg free. Most of these Dairy Free Candy Recipes are also suitable for vegans and peanut free – if that is not the case I have made note of that. These Dairy Free Candy Recipes are coming at you just in time for Halloween.
If you or anyone in your family has food allergies, this time of year can be frustrating. Walking through the grocery store you are constantly passing Halloween candy that is loaded with dairy and other allergens. You probably even have to buy a bag of that dairy-full Halloween candy for trick-or-treaters. Meanwhile, you and your dairy free kiddos are feeling left out because you can’t eat any of the traditional Halloween candy. If this sounds like you then hopefully this roundup will put a smile on your face. These 11 Dairy Free Candy Recipes are a perfect way for you to put a homemade twist on Halloween. All while remaining Allergy Friendly.
Don’t feel left out of Halloween just because you have food allergies. Instead, you and your kids can have fun creating dairy free candy in your own kitchen. If you want more suggestions on ways your kids can enjoy Halloween with food allergies, be sure to check out my post, 7 Ways Kids with Food Allergies Can Enjoy Halloween.
11 Dairy Free Candy Recipes
I have connected with some awesome food bloggers to create this tasty list of 11 Dairy Free Candy Recipes. Click the title of each recipe to be brought to the original recipe page. You’ll also see information and a link to the creator, so if you love their recipe, be sure to check out more from them!
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Please note: This recipe is not vegan
Recipe and Picture created by Zuzana of Low Carb No Carb
This is a perfect dairy free candy option. These are sugar-free gummy bears without any junk. For coloring, Zuzana used different types of teas. To sweeten things up, she used stevia tablets. A great creation for any health-conscious Mom on Halloween. Click here for the recipe.
Eat or Drink original recipe
My recreation of Heath bars is so easy to make and so delicious. This Vegan Heath Bar Brittle has that amazing crunchy toffee topped with some delicious dairy-free chocolate. Once the crunchy toffee hardens you can have a blast breaking it into bite-sized pieces. You and your kids will love this dairy free candy come Halloween (or any time for that matter). Click here for the recipe.
Recipe and Picture created by Kate of Veggie Desserts
This salted chocolate honeycomb recipe is surprisingly easy to make. You only need four ingredients, that’s it! It’s a great vegan and gluten free candy for Halloween. Besides Halloween, it makes a fantastic homemade foodie Christmas gift. Click here for the recipe.
Recipe and Picture created by Melissa of Melissa Torio blog
The SCOBY is the Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast or the mother that ferments sugar tea into kombucha. Each brew cycle would create a new SCOBY layer. This tasty leather is made out of that Scoby and Kombucha, making it an incredibly healthy fruit leather. It’s a perfect way for any kombucha lover to enjoy a dairy free candy. Click here for the recipe.
Recipe and Picture created by Monica of The Movement Menu
There’s never a bad time to have a supply of chocolate in your refrigerator. However, if you are vegan or dairy free you’ll especially enjoy having this dairy free candy around for Halloween. The easy vegan caramel sauce in this recipe could be the best thing you’ll ever put in your mouth. So easy to make and so incredibly delicious. Click here for the recipe.
Recipe and Picture created by Kelly of The Pretty Bee
These dairy free chocolate quinoa crunch bars are the perfect chocolate dairy free candy! These are refined sugar-free, gluten free, and healthier than store-bought chocolate crunch candy bars. The dairy free chocolate is creamy and smooth and made from only three ingredients – coconut oil, cocoa powder, and maple syrup. Click here for the recipe.
Recipe and Picture created by Grace of Eats Amazing
This recipe uses coconut oil chocolate which is so easy to make and super quick too – you can literally be eating your own homemade chocolates made completely from scratch less than 20 minutes after you decide to make them! This chocolate recipe is completely dairy free, gluten free and free from refined sugar. This dairy free candy is so much healthier than standard shop bought chocolate whilst still being delicious. Click here for the recipe.
Eat or Drink original recipe
These Vegan Black and White Almond Butter Cups are great homemade candy for yourself or your kids with food allergies on Halloween. It’s the perfect dairy free candy because it is still so creamy and rich. The dairy-free dark chocolate tastes like fudge and the vegan white chocolate are creamy, light, and delicious. Click here for the recipe.
Please note: This recipe originally contains peanuts but can be substituted with another nut
Recipe and Picture created by Sarah of A Saucy Kitchen
These no bake Healthier Homemade Snickers bars are surprisingly easy to make. Made with a coconut almond nougat an topped with a simple vegan caramel sauce. Then dipped in delicious dairy free dark chocolate. They are paleo as well as vegan. Click here for the recipe.
Recipe and Picture created by Gabriel of One Clever Chef
These healthy bounty bars are a copycat recipe of the good old bounty (or mound) bar! This homemade version of the classic is made with only 4 ingredients, no-bake, refined sugar-free, low-carb and super healthy. Coconut lovers rejoice over this dairy free candy recipe! Click here for the recipe.
Please note: This recipe contains peanuts
Recipe and Picture created by Tracy of Served From Scratch
These delicious Vegan Inside-Out Peanut Butter Cups are for any peanut butter lover. They are incredibly easy to make and are only five simple ingredients. It’s a fun twist on a classic Reeses Peanut Butter Cup, you and your friends will love snacking on these this Halloween. Click here for the recipe.
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