Eyeball Treats and Spiders Legs Fudge, oh my! Never leave out another kiddo at Halloween with my delicious gluten free Halloween treat ideas, featuring Chex gluten free cereals!
I can’t believe its practically Halloween!
I never dress up, but I always come up with a hypothetical costume, “just in case”…like there may be a “you MUST wear a costume” emergency situation and I need to be prepared. Ridiculous. But I’m a giant child so it shouldn’t come as any surprise to you.
Anyways! Y’all know that I maintain a gluten-free household. I don’t have an allergy, but I have a sensitivity, which is most apparent when I’m working out intensely or going through a training regimen. So, although it may not seem like a big deal, any reaction at all bugs me and thus, we feel healthier and happier keeping our home gluten free.
Holidays seem to always be a different story though…you get together with family and friends, classic family recipes are made without updates or changes, piles and piles of candy and cookies and treats get dropped off for you or made in your kitchen…
Well, for all of those with sensitivities or allergies, this is a problem. So, this year, we’re kicking off the holidays, yes Halloween, with gluten free treats that make you popular and keep you included and guilt-free for not resorting to those classics that may not suit you (or your kids) so well anymore.
I’ve teamed up with Chex and their delicious gluten free cereals and have made some spooky spectacular gluten free treats! I made you some Eyeball Treats (how cute are these?!) and Spiders Legs Fudge (creepy crunchy little spiders legs are actually chocolate Chex! And they’re healthy too, made from dates and peanut butter!)!
Hop on over to their page and check out the recipe! Let me know when you try them, because I know you’ll love them! Plus, your kids (or those gluten-intolerant kiddos in your neighborhood) will love them and feel more than included in the festivities!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Chex cereals, but all of the recipes and opinions are my own. I appreciate your support on these sponsored posts that make Treats With a Twist possible!