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Target Brand Candy Corn Is gluten-free

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:D Brush those teeth after all that candy corn!

Farley's, Sather's and Jelly Belly also have gluten-free candy corn/harvest mixes.

Thanks for the heads up ;) We love candy corn.... :D

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I was also wondering if brachs is still a nono.

Thanks for the brands that are safe. I looooooooooooooooove candy corn!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I contacted them last week and got the usual spiel - they don't know if their candy contains gluten or not so all Brach's should be considered off limits till they "do more research". I guess it's better than those companies that say, "Oh, yeah it's gluten-free. . . kinda, maybe, what's gluten again?" :P

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This post reminds me of a good, quick recipe ya'll might be interested in:

Combine candy corn with salted peanuts (gluten-free ones of course :P ).

I sometimes will also add in some plain M&M's.

And ENJOY!!

It makes for a great Halloween or fall treat!!! It's also perfect for putting out on the "grazing" table at Thanksgiving too!


~Turtle~

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:D Brush those teeth after all that candy corn!

Farley's, Sather's and Jelly Belly also have gluten-free candy corn/harvest mixes.

Do you know if this also means the Farley pumpkins (candy corns shaped like pumpkins) are gluten-free?


Megan

Diagnosed Celiac in Feb 2004

Boston, MA

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