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Treats for a child who can't eat eggs, dairy or nuts PLEASE HELP

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gogomummy Fri 31-Oct-14 12:54:39

I'm having a little halloween party for DS this evening - trick or treating so there'll be lots of sweets and I'm making cakes etc. My friend's DS can't eat eggs, dairy or nuts so I would like to have at least one treat he can eat, but my mind's gone blank. It's too late to make jelly.


Heels99 Fri 31-Oct-14 12:56:42

Sweets, there are loads of Halloween themed sweets in the shops

Dancingqueen17 Fri 31-Oct-14 13:20:12

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gogomummy Fri 31-Oct-14 13:44:06

Thanks. I think Heels is right, if he can have Haribo style sweets then we should be ok. Flapjack is a good idea too.

MrsCosmopilite Fri 31-Oct-14 13:49:57

I found some dairy-free, gelantine-free, nut-free marshmallows in my local Holland & Barrett. I'm veggie, heading back towards vegan, so was thrilled to see these.
You can make dairy-free cakes without eggs too - happy to pm you the recipe if you'd like.

ZumZee Fri 31-Oct-14 13:56:16

Think skittles are ok as well as haribo. Can also get dairy-free choc buttons

tywysogesgymraeg Fri 31-Oct-14 13:58:32

It's not too late to make jelly if you need it tonight!!

But yes, lots of sweeets available that are dairy, nut and egg free.

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