Eeeeeee, Halloween is just around the corner, can you believe it?! Ever since I started Fork & Beans, I have made it a “thing” of mine to go all out during this holiday month. The funny thing I’m finding every year now is that I’m already exhausted of all the Halloween celebrations and festivities before the dang holiday even arrives. I’m ready for a nap. But I’m hanging on for you all because we still have a week left. And because I believe that no one should ever feel left out, especially if they have food allergies, what better way to celebrate this Halloween then with a fun compilation of 10 homemade gluten, egg, and dairy-free Halloween candy recipes! I couldn’t think of a better way either…
So just in case you missed them (I put some old throw backs in the mix too!), here is a great list of hard-to-resist Halloween Candy Bar treats you have to make this holiday:
The texture alone should convince you to make these at home. Light, airy, and crunchy–they are perfect when smothered in chocolate. P.S. Don’t be fooled–there is no honey in this recipe.
Filled with a creamy caramel candy, these chocolate-covered caramel morsels are perfect for popping in your mouth. Try salting the caramels for the balance of sweet and salty.
Sometimes you have a candy craving that needs to be gratified immediately. These Twix are just the thing! No need to dust off the candy thermometer, these candy bars are in a no-bake zone.
These tasty treats are a surprise to anyone when they find out they are in their raw form. P.S. You will never guess what the minty middle is made from…
Also known as the Skor Bar, it’s an easy-to-make toffee at home covered in chocolate that comprises one of the tastiest candy bars on the market.
The crispity, crunchity center is made up of this secret ingredient, making it one delicious gluten, egg, and dairy-free homemade candy bar.
Making caramels at home has never been so easy! Time to buy yourself that candy thermometer you have been eyeing and take a stab at candy-making.
One of the best ways to eat your dessert is in raw form. Why not start with this almost raw version of Peanut Butter Cups? It’s a great way to indulge in that sweet tooth.
You won’t believe your taste buds when I say that everything in this candy bar is actually good for you! Made of cashews, peanuts, dates, coconut oil, and cacao powder, these raw candy bars are sure to satisfy.
Crunchy exterior, smooth, creamy middle. Have fun making your very chocolate chips at home with this recipe.