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Kosher Gluten-free Candy and Sweets for Passover

Celiac.com 04/03/2015 - This list will help you find gluten-free candy and confections that are kosher for Passover.

You can order kosher candy from a number of online purveyors, including onlykoshercandy.com. and candyfavorites.com.

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You can order L’Chaim chocolate bars and other kosher confections from addictiveconfections.com.

Gluten-free Kosher Candy Items Include:

BOSTON FRUIT SLICES—All products

Kosher Gluten-free Candy and Sweets for PassoverILLINOIS NUT 8 CANDY/RAISING THE CANDY BAR:

  • Passover Chocolate Frogs
  • Passover Chocolate Locust
  • Passover Chocolate Kos Miriam
  • Passover Chocolate Mousse Cup
  • Passover Green Frogs
  • Passover White Baking Bar
  • Wild beasts

MANISCHEWITZ:

  • Caramel Cashew Patties
  • Dark Chocolate Almond Bark
  • Dark Chocolate Macaroons
  • Dark Chocolate Covered Marshmallows with Nuts
  • Dark Chocolate Covered Potato Chips
  • Dark Chocolate Seder Plate
  • Hazelnut Truffles
  • Fruit Slices Gift Pack
  • Magic Max Cotton Candy
  • Milk Chocolate Almond Butter Cups
  • Milk Chocolate Frolic Bears
  • Milk Chocolate Lollycones
  • Mini Marshmallows
  • Peppermint Patties
  • Raspberry Jell Bars
  • Tender Coconut Patties
  • Toasted Coconut Marshmallows
  • Ultimate Triple Chocolate Macaroons
  • Viennese Crunch
  • White Marshmallows

PASKEZ:

  • Assorted Ball Pops
  • Assorted Hazelnut Truffles
  • Camille Bloch Torino Swiss Milk Chocolate
  • Camille Bloch Torino Filled Dairy Chocolate
  • Camille Bloch Torino Filled Pareve Chocolate
  • Camille Bloch Torino Swiss Milk White Chocolate
  • Camille Bloch Ragusa Jubile Dairy Chocolate
  • Camille Bloch Torino Swiss Dark Parve Chocolate
  • Chocolate Seder Plate
  • Chocolate Bonbenniere
  • Chocolate Bon Bons
  • Chocolate Chips
  • Cocoa Powder
  • Creme De Menthe Chocolate
  • Fruit Leathers
  • Fruit Taffy
  • Gummys and Sours—ALL
  • Truffle Chocolates—ALL

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