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10 Kinds of Gluten-Free Candy for Your Easter Basket

If you follow a gluten-free diet, there's absolutely no reason to miss out on the Easter candy this year. These gluten-free Easter candy favorites are for all to enjoy.

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Jelly Belly Jelly Beansvia

Jelly Belly Jelly Beans

All Jelly Belly Jelly Beans are made entirely without any gluten, wheat, rye, barley or oats. So these vibrant, tasty treats will make all your gluten-free Easter candy dreams come true. Check out the best-selling jelly bean flavor in every state.

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Peeps Marshmallow Chicksvia

Peeps Marshmallow Chicks

Is there a more synonymous candy with Easter than a classic, bright yellow Peeps chick? We didn’t think so. The good news for all—Peeps’ ingredient list is purely gluten-free. Make sure you know Peeps’ specialty Easter flavors, like Root Beer Float!

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Pastel Easter HERSHEY'S Kissesvia

Pastel Easter HERSHEY’S Kisses

These pretty HERSHEY’S milk chocolate kisses wrapped up in beautiful pastel shades of blue, pink, green and silver foil are everyone’s favorite. According to HERSHEY’S website, they’re also entirely gluten-free and labeled accordingly for your ensured safety.

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Easter Dotsvia

Easter Dots

These holiday candies have all of the taste and joy of classic Dots, but come in pretty spring colors. Easter Dots are entirely gluten-free, nut-free and are surprisingly vegan (they don’t contain gelatin). And if you’re looking to make something from scratch, these gluten-free Easter desserts will get you hoppin’.

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Tootsie Roll Eggsvia

Tootsie Roll Eggs

We bet you can’t say no to a candy-coated, soft and chewy Tootsie Roll. Especially when it’s individually wrapped and comes in a lovely Easter hue! They’re simply adorable, and they’re also gluten and peanut-free.

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Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Miniaturesvia

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Miniatures

Some folks wait all year for Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs to hit the shelves in the spring. Although gluten-free folks should stay away from the Reese’s egg (and other seasonal shapes), they can still get their chocolate and peanut butter fix. The brand states that their miniature cups are gluten-free, so dig in! See how Reese’s ranked in our peanut butter cup taste test.

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Cadbury Easter Creme Eggvia

Cadbury Easter Creme Egg

This is still up for some debate, since HERSHEY has not labeled this product gluten-free. The Cadbury Easter Creme Eggs do not contain gluten ingredients on their labels, and they are not listed as being processed in a facility that contains wheat. More than one celiac and gluten-free forum consider these a safe bet (in moderation) .

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No Whey Foods Milkless Chocolate Bunnyvia

No Whey Foods Milkless Chocolate Bunny

Eating a large, hollow chocolate bunny is overrated. We prefer biting into this sweet and solid chocolate bunny instead. No Whey products are dedicated to keeping all their products gluten-free, dairy-free, peanut-free, nut-free, egg-free, soy-free, wheat-free, sesame-free, fish-free and shellfish-free. We like that about them.

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Dum Dums Easter Bunny Popsvia

Dum Dums Easter Bunny Pops

Great news! These irresistible Dum Dums Bunny Pops come in refreshing spring flavors like Tropi Berry, Berry Melon, Berry Lemonade and Berry Blu Cherry. They’re free of all major allergens, including gluten.

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Enjoy Life Chocolate Easter Candy Minisvia

Enjoy Life Chocolate Easter Candy Minis

Suppose you’re looking for a chocolate option that’s gluten-free but every bit delicious. This Enjoy Life Chocolate Easter Candy is gluten-free, allergy-friendly and non-GMO.

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Sher Castellano
Sher Castellano is the plant-based chef, endometriosis advocate and former health coach behind the award winning blog With Food + Love. Sher creates recipes to help you feel better, and explores topics of chronic illness, women's health and infertility with her honest writings. With Food + Love was a finalist in the 2015 Saveur Magazine Food Blog Awards.