Gluten Free Valentine’s Candy Options (Certified GF)

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Are you ready to indulge in some sweet treats this Valentine’s Day without worrying about gluten? We’ve made a list of gluten free Valentine’s candy that are perfect for you, your kids, or even for school parties.

Whether you’re a parent looking for safe and delicious options for your child’s classroom celebration or simply want to treat yourself to a gluten free Valentine’s treat, these gluten free Valentine’s candies will satisfy all your sweet cravings without any dietary restrictions.

We hoped to relieve you of some of the stress of scouring through endless labels at the store – we’ve done the hard work for you by hand-picking gluten free options that will make this Valentine’s Day extra special.

Plus a few of these options are great for allergy-friendly classroom exchanges for Valentine’s Day.

A selection of four gluten free Valentine's Day candies.

1. YumEarth: Valentine’s Gummy Fruits

These Valentine’s Day-themed gummies have simple organic ingredients. This treat is free of soy, egg, dairy, shellfish, peanuts, and gluten.

This product has raving 5-star reviews. One person said, “While being a little higher priced than the typical grocery store gummy, I absolutely felt they were worth it. The flavors were great, the bag portion sizes were perfect for my toddlers. They seemed to enjoy them just as much or more than the Welch’s gummies but with healthier ingredients.” (source)


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2. No Whey! Foods: Loveable NoNo’s Candy Coated Chocolate Tube

This product comes with two tubs of these Smartie-like candies. I love that No Whey! Foods use natural food dyes and allergy-free ingredients.

Ingredients: Vegan Cane Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Rice Syrup Powder, Unsweetened Chocolate, Sunflower Lecithin (Emulsifier), Gum Arabic, Carnauba Wax, Pectin, Spirulina Extract (Color), Fruit and Vegetable Juice (Color) [spirulina concentrate (blue algae), carrot concentrate, radish concentrate, blackcurrant concentrate, pumpkin concentrate, lemon concentrate] Salt, Natural Vanilla, Natural Flavor

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3. No Whey! Foods: I Love You Chocolate Bars

This cute chocolate bar says I love you. It’s a milkless chocolate that tastes like milk chocolate.

These chocolate bars are made in a dedicated facility free from the common top 8 food allergens and made in a No Whey! Foods dedicated gluten free facility.

A reviewer said, “I was amazingly surprised at how delicious this tasted after trying different brands of vegan sweets. It’s delicious! It’s a great alternative for anyone with food sensitivities-It was perfect for my toddler who has digestive issues and is lactose intolerant. I even had my teen son, who claims he knows when he is eating vegan foods, try it and he couldn’t tell the difference. It also came well packages and in great shape and the phrase was clear to read-as pictured. I highly recommend the No Whey Foods Milkless Chocolate Bars.”

Ingredients: Vegan Cane Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Unsweetened Chocolate, Rice Syrup Powder, Sunflower Lecithin (An Emulsifier), Salt, Natural Vanilla, Natural Flavor

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4. Tootsie Pop: Valentine Friendship Exchange Kit

A box with 25 Tootsie Roll Cherry Chewy Pops. The box has Valentine’s Day cards on the back plus 1 Teacher’s card. Many reviewers said the cards were very small and hard to remove from the box.

Ingredients: Sugar, Corn Syrup, Palm Oil, Citric Acid (May Contain Malic Acid), Condensed Skim Milk, Cocoa, Whey, Artificial And Natural Flavors, Soy Lecithin, Artificial Colors (Including FD&C Red 40, Yellow 5, Blue 1), Strawberry Powder. Contains Milk and Soy. Contains a bioengineered food ingredient made from U.S. crops.

These lollipops are not certified gluten free but the manufacturer says they are produced in a facility that does not use peanuts, tree nuts, or gluten.

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