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Have you heard of the Teal Pumpkin Project?

It's all about offering an allergy-friendly Halloween. There are so many kids out there with food allergies and Halloween leaves some kids feeling left out. The Teal Pumpkin Project was launched a few years ago by a Tennessee mom to help create a safer, happier, more inclusive Halloween for all kids. She believed that every kid should be able to experience the joys of trick-or-treating on Halloween. The Teal Pumpkin Project makes sure all kids come home with something on Halloween night.

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It's about making the joy of trick-or-treating available to as many kids as possible.

How can I be part of the Teal Pumpkin Project?

Becoming a part of the Teal Pumpkin Project is easy. First, offer non-candy treats for trick-or-treaters. Be sure to keep your non-candy treats separate from any candy you will be giving out to avoid cross contamination. Then, decorate a Teal Pumpkin to display at your house to let trick-or-treaters know you are an allergy-friendly Halloween house.

We picked up a cheap pumpkin and the kids enjoyed painting it.

You can take the Teal Pumpkin Project even further with these finds to make it easier. If you have a kid with food allergies you might enjoy sporting this cute teal pumpkin bucket, shirt and allergy awareness stickers to put on their trick-or-treating buckets.

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Ten Teal Pumpkin Halloween Decor Ideas

  1. Teal Pumpkin Lawn Sign
  2. Teal Pumpkin Paint Kit
  3. Food Allergy Shirt
  4. Allergy awareness stickers
  5. Teal pumpkin bucket
  6. Large Teal Pumpkin Inflatable
  7. Teal Pumpkin Leaf Bags
  8. Teal Pumpkin Light Up Necklace
  9. Teal Pumpkin Treat Bags
  10. Reusable Teal Pumpkin Canvas Bag

Treats for an allergy-friendly Halloween

Giving non-candy treats is the most important part of Teal Pumpkin Project. At our house we offer the traditional cauldron of chocolates and gummies, but we also have a smaller bowl of non-candy treats like bubbles, vampire fangs, and Halloween tattoos that we hand out too.

Below, are some of our favorite non-candy goodies that you can give out on Halloween night to trick-or-treaters. Also, these also make good favors for a classroom party.

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Ten Allergy Friendly Treats for Kids with Allergies

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Be part of the Teal Pumpkin Project and let's make Halloween safer for all kids!

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