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Are Reese's Peanut Butter Cups Gluten Free Or Not?

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56 minutes ago, greenr6 said:

I ate it today and they are not im recently diagnosed and my tongue and lips hurt within 20 minutes blisters already im assuming next ill have painful stomach pains...ugh dumb i thought it was gluten free

Here is an updated candy list for 2018:

https://www.verywellfit.com/gluten-free-candy-list-562806

Reese’s should be gluten free except for mini’s or candy for holidays like Valentine’s Day.  

Do you have DH (celiac rash)? If so, 20 parts per million may be too much for you.  Often DH suffers must adhere to a really strict Gluten Free diet.  

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8 hours ago, greenr6 said:

I ate it today and they are not im recently diagnosed and my tongue and lips hurt within 20 minutes blisters already im assuming next ill have painful stomach pains...ugh dumb i thought it was gluten free

Sounds like it might be more of a allergy to some other ingredient, I get blisters from a corn allergy I got after Celiac, and we are more prone to allergies, intolerance, and food sensitivities.

I also have a peanut issue...going to tell you how I get my butter cup fix.
I mix up a custom batch of that sweetened nut butter here is the trick, 1 cup butter (I use almond or sunbutter) warmed up so it is about pour able (double boiler method) Mixed with 1 cup powdered sugar (I use Swerve Confectioners both sugar and corn Free) 1/4-1/2 tsp salt, and 1 tsp vanilla mix well
In another double boiler set up melt your chocolate (I use lakanto bars which are sugar and dairy free)
Using a muffin tin, pour some chocolate into the bottom of each tin, move to the freezer for 15-30mins, then top with your butter mix, freeze again and finish with more chocolate, freeze for a few hours til solid and can be popped out...HOME MADE BUTTER CUPS...oh yeah you can go crazy with it, use a pie pan......jumbo cup.

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