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10 Easy and Delicious Allergy-Friendly Snack Ideas

Are you looking for easy allergy-friendly snack ideas to take to school or have at a birthday party? As one of the unfortunate members of the kids-with-allergies club, we understand how important it is to keep other kids safe while attending play dates or school. When my older daughter started preschool, it wasn’t just her allergies I had to be on the lookout for anymore, but also her classmate with nut allergies. That severely limited our already limited options of prepackaged snacks to send in for the class.

Food allergies can make it difficult and unsafe for kids to enjoy treats at parties. These snacks work well for birthday parties, school events, and play dates. If you want a worry-free snack that everyone can enjoy, here are some fun and delicious allergy friendly snack ideas that kids will love to eat!

So, to save others the trouble and stress of figuring out what the heck is safe, I have compiled a list of some of our favorite snack ideas that are soy, dairy, gluten, fish/shellfish, peanut/nut and egg free. If you want a worry-free snack that everyone can enjoy, here are some fun and delicious ideas that kids will love to eat!

10 Easy Allergy-Friendly Snack Ideas

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1. Veggie Straws. These straw-shaped chips in the original flavor are perfect for inexpensive snacking! Note: Different flavors and may contain milk or other allergens.

2. SunButter Cups & Apple Slices. An on-the-go nut-free alternative to peanut butter!

3. Enjoy Life Decadent Bars. These are so delicious you’d have no idea everything by this brand is free of all the top eight allergens!

4. Boom Chicka Pop Kettle Corn. Simple ingredients and a tasty treat!

5. GoGo SqueeZ Applesauce Pouches. Kids love these squeezable pouches!

6. Clif Kid Fruit Rope. A fruit leather in a fun rope shape!

7. Enjoy life Plentils & Wholly Guacamole Cups. A safe and healthier version of chips & dip!

8. Hannah Hommus Cups & Veggies. I find these hummus cups at Costco and they are so good with carrots, cucumbers and sweet bell peppers!

9. Dried Fruit. I buy big boxes of dried fruit pouches at Costco and my kids gobble them up like candy!

10. Yummy Earth Fruit Snacks, Lollipops & Gummibears. Perfect for the occasional treat!

Important note: I know some kids are severely allergic or anaphylactic so be sure to check with the parents or teacher if the food needs to be, not only free of the allergen, but also made in a dedicated manufacturing facility. It should say on the bottom of the ingredient list!

Do you have any allergy-friendly snack ideas to add?

Don’t miss these allergy-friendly recipes:

Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Quinoa Cookies

Baked Cinnamon Apple Pork Chops

Maple Glazed Salmon Filets

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Liz

Friday 10th of June 2016

Great snacks for kids!

Thanks for linking up with Welcome Home Wednesdays!  Live every Wednesday at 7AM CT.   liz @ j for joiner

Darcy Zalewski

Monday 13th of June 2016

Thanks, Liz!

sahana

Sunday 5th of June 2016

Great ideas. Thank you for sharing with us at #HomeMattersParty. We hope to see you again next week on Friday, @ 12.00AM EST

Darcy Zalewski

Monday 6th of June 2016

Thank you, Sahana!

Liz@PocketChangeGourmet

Friday 3rd of June 2016

These look great! Fun snacks and easy to prepare! Thanks for joining us at the Delicious Dishes Recipe Party!

Shirley Wood

Wednesday 1st of June 2016

As soon as school is out, it's time to prepare lots of snacks, right! Thanks for sharing this list with us at Merry Monday.

Darcy Zalewski

Monday 6th of June 2016

I feel like we're constantly needing snacks haha Thanks, Shirley!

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