Hippity Hoppity - Easter is on its way! If you're overwhelmed and wondering which Easter candy is gluten-free, I have you covered with my 2019 Easter Candy Gluten-Free Guide.
Welch’s has thrown their hat (Easter bonnet?) into the ring with Welch’s Original Jelly Beans. I set out to answer the question, “Are Welch’s Jelly Beans Gluten-Free?” and ended up with completely conflicting information.
Before you end up in a marshmallow candy coma, find out if Peeps are gluten-free. Be very cautious as some PEEPS may contain wheat. Read on for details.
These are eggs I can totally eat for breakfast! But, are Cadbury Eggs Gluten-Free? Read on for the important details from Cadbury.
From jelly beans and hard candies to chocolates and candy corn, Brach’s is a sweet leader in the candy industry. But before you fill your Easter baskets, find out if Brach’s Jelly Beans are gluten-free.
The name “TWIX Caramel Cookie Bar” with emphasis on the cookie should give it away, but if you’re still asking the question “Are TWIX gluten-free?” the answer is no. TWIX bars are NOT gluten-free.
Raisinets are a popular movie theater candy, but before you gobble them up, find out if Raisinets are gluten-free.
In preparation for Easter, I’ve been reading labels like a mad woman. I’m pretty positive that all eyes are on me at my local CVS since I’ve been regularly showing up with a magnifying glass (those ingredient letters are tiny!). My kids love Starburst, so my latest mission was to find out “Are Starburst Jellybeans gluten-free?” Read on for details!
He’s got gluten-free jelly beans for Tommy/Colored eggs for sister Sue/There’s an orchid for your Mommy/And an Easter bonnet, too. I altered the lyrics to Peter Cottontail just a tad since this post is all about gluten-free jelly beans (and ones that may contain gluten).
After I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005, I had to find out “is cotton candy gluten-free?”. Read on to find out what’s in those fluffy balls of sugary heaven.