23 Fun Gluten Free Halloween Treats (Perfect for Parties)
Gluten Free Halloween Treats
Looking for spooky gluten free treats for your Halloween party? Here are 23 gluten free Halloween treats that are sure to be a hit!
These treats are perfect for enjoying throughout October or taking to a Halloween party.
All of these recipes are gluten free and received great reviews!
Some of the recipes are easy to throw together like a sliced apple caramel bar and some are more complicated like blood-splattered macarons.
I also have healthy Halloween snacks that are perfect for school lunches, after-school snacks, or when you just want an easy snack.
Gluten Free Halloween Treats
DIY Sliced Caramel Apple Bar
I love the concept of this DIY sliced caramel apple bar. It is the perfect dessert station for Halloween or a Fall party! Use gluten free graham crackers and gluten free candy.
Flourless Peanut Butter Skillet Cookie
This Flourless Peanut Butter Skillet Cookie with M&Ms is a fun sharable dessert for humans of all ages to enjoy on Halloween. Easy to prepare and fun to customize using different candy! (Yes, M&M's are gluten free)
Chocolate Halloween Truffles
With only three ingredients, these chocolate spiderwebs are delectable, pretty, and unique. They’re perfect for a party and your guests will absolutely flip for them.
Petri Dish Treats
Petri dish treats are a great project to make with the kids and the delicious edible results will get everyone in a spooky mood! Imagine bringing these to a Halloween party!
No Bake Cookie Dough Pumpkin Pops (Gluten Free/Eggless)
This recipe for No Bake Cookie Dough Pumpkin Pops is so fun! It's also gluten free and egg free!
Owl Marshmallow Pops
Easy owl marshmallow pops that only require a few ingredients! Can be a fun gift idea too!
Peanut Butter Ball Pumpkins and Cats
Peanut butter balls decorated like pumpkins and cats! A fun Halloween treat.
Halloween Puppy Chow (Gluten Free)
This Halloween Puppy Chow is a great gluten free Halloween snack mix! It's made with Rice Chex, chocolate, peanut butter, and Reese's candies.
Creepy Chocolate Brains
Creepy Chocolate Brains – A quick and easy 10 minute treat that is sure to be spooky and delicious! Red colored chocolate puffcorn is a favorite treat by all!
Ghost Poop – White Chocolate Popcorn
This Halloween Ghost Poop is simply White Chocolate Popcorn that looks and tastes great with a fun name! 5 minutes to make and a must-have easy recipe for any Halloween Party!
If you are looking for an easy gluten free Halloween dessert recipe that will disappear in no time, these Meringue Ghosts are what you are looking for! This simple recipe uses only 5 ingredients and produces adorable (and delicious) ghosts that are so fun to serve up!
Paleo Caramel Apples
Paleo Caramel Apples: delicious apples covered in maple caramel make this a guilt-free treat! With only 4 ingredients they are super quick and easy!
Non-alcoholic Halloween Punch | Easy Wholesome
This non-alcoholic Halloween punch is made with wholesome fruit, freshly squeezed lemon juice, sparkling water, and maple syrup for a kid-friendly party punch that you can feel good about. It’s also refined sugar-free.
Halloween Fruit Salad | Easy Wholesome
This Halloween fruit salad is a great way to offer wholesome fruit as a healthy treat while maintaining a spooky style. Watermelon is carved like a jack-o-lantern and stuffed with fresh fruit that spills out of its mouth.
Chocolate Spiderweb Cupcakes (grain-free, dairy-free) - Texanerin Baking
Super moist chocolate spiderweb cupcakes that are made grain-free and dairy-free – perfect for Halloween!
Gluten-free Mummy Hand Pies - Texanerin Baking
These gluten-free mummy hand pies are super simple to make, don’t require any special ingredients, and are fun to make with the kids! Can also be made vegan.
Easy Halloween Apple Nachos
These easy apply nachos are a great gluten-free Halloween treat. Top with all your favorite gluten free ingredients like peanut butter and Nutella for a fun and sweet snack.
Bloody Spooky Macarons
Deliciously spooky macarons that are just as fun to make as they are to eat. They look like they belong on Dexter.
Easy Pumpkin Meringue Cookie Jack O’Lantern Recipe
Make this easy pumpkin meringue jack o’lantern cookies with the kids this Halloween! It is such a simple Halloween treat that the kids will love decorating!
Chocolate Halloween Popcorn Balls (Only 3 Ingredients!)
These 3-ingredient Chocolate Halloween Popcorn Balls are a fun and easy Halloween treat that both kids and adults will love!
Brownie Bite Halloween Bats (Gluten Free, Vegan).
These cute little brownie bites are made into spooky bats for Halloween! Googly eyes and chocolate wings take normal brownie batter bites up a notch. This is a fun, allergy-friendly dessert to share with your family this holiday.
Allergy-friendly Frankenstein Krispies
These haunted allergy-friendly rice krispies will be the delight of any Halloween party. Easy and no bake–they only require a few additional items to make them come alive. They are free of gluten, dairy, egg, soy, peanut & tree nuts.
Gluten Free Halloween Cookies
Easy gluten free Halloween Cookies recipe and tutorial. You can use your favorite Halloween cookie cutters to make gluten free Halloween cookie cut outs or you can use an upside-down drinking glass and a butter knife with this easy Halloween cut-out cookie recipe!
More fall recipes to try:
- Pumpkin Meringue Cookies
- Keto Pumpkin Pudding (dairy free)
- Pumpkin Protein Balls
- Oat Flour Pumpkin Muffins
- Mini Crustless Pumpkin Pies
- Pumpkin Oatmeal Pancakes
If you love snacks, here are more Paleo desserts and Paleo snacks! Make sure to check out my huge collection of gluten free dinner recipes.
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