If you or someone you love has a peanut allergy and/or a tree nut allergy, then this nut free Easter candy list is for you! Safely fill your Easter baskets with chocolate bunnies, jelly beans and other nut free holiday favorites.
Note: Please use this list as a guide, but do your own research to make sure the products listed are 100% safe for your family and your situation. Where available, I included links to brand allergen information pages, for your easy, up-to-date reference. Check and recheck and recheck, as manufacturing processes change constantly. Good luck and enjoy some treats!
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Non-Food Easter Egg Hunt Fillers
For fun, non-food pre-filled Easter eggs, check out the offerings at Oriental Trading Company! They have so many fun ideas for Easter basket and egg hunt fillers.
Nut Free Easter Chocolate
Last updated: February, 2023
Amanda’s Own Confections – An assortment of allergy-friendly Easter chocolates (and some candy) that are free of the Top 14 allergens, and are made in a dedicated facility with no risk of cross contamination. Available for purchase on their website or in select stores nationwide (see list).
Hershey’s Kisses (plain kisses only) – Of the Top 8 allergens, this product contains milk and soy, so Hershey’s Kisses (plain) are peanut and tree nut free. View Hershey’s allergen policy here, and click the name of the product to view its “smart label” for more info. They offer a variety of Easter-themed kisses. >> Buy a bag of Kisses in Easter colors on Amazon now!
No Whey Foods – Chocolate Easter bunnies, eggs and other goodies that are 100% dairy free, peanut free, tree nut free, gluten free, egg free, and soy free. They’re also free of artificial colors and flavors, and are vegan and kosher. Order online or use their store locater to find their products near you. >> Buy the No Whey Benny The Vegan Bunny on Amazon now!
Nut Free Easter Candy
Last updated: February, 2021
Gimbals Fine Candies – Gimbal’s candies, including jelly beans and other assorted candies, are peanut free, tree nut free, gluten free, dairy free, soy free and egg free. Shop online! >> Buy some Gimbal’s Fine Candies Gourmet Jelly Beans on Amazon now!
Haribo – They offer a large selection of gummy candies, including seasonal treats for Easter. Most packages I’ve seen label as being peanut and tree nut free. Plus, I received an email from their customer service team (2/2019) stating that all of their products are peanut and tree nut free, and that they’re made in a peanut-free facility. However, their facilities in Germany handle coconuts. >> Buy Haribo Happy Hoppers Gummi Candy Individually Wrapped for Easter Egg Hunts and Basket Fillers on Amazon now!
Jelly Belly – If the package you’re holding specifically says “Peanut Free” on it, then you can be confident they were manufactured in a peanut-free facility. This is not the case 100% of the time, though, so look for the label on your package. For tree nuts, they currently manufacture almonds and coconut in their facilities, so while there aren’t any tree nuts in the jelly beans themselves, they’re not manufactured in a tree nut free facility. >> Buy a pack of Jelly Belly Easter Spring Mix boxes on Amazon now!
Peeps (Just Born) – According to their allergen statement on their website, they label for any cross contamination risk on the packages of their products. So, if the package you find at the store near you has a label that checks out, you should be safe to enjoy them this Easter! >>Buy the Peeps Sweet Easter Gift Set on Amazon now!
PEZ (PEZ Candies) – PEZ Candy is peanut, tree nut, soy and gluten free! A great option for holidays, since PEZ typically offers seasonal dispensers for Halloween, Easter, Christmas, etc. (allergen information) >>Buy Pez Easter Candy Dispensers on Amazon now!
Surf Sweets (Wholesome) – A selection of peanut free and tree nut free gummy candies and jelly beans! >> Buy Surf Sweets Organic Jelly Beans on Amazon now!
YumEarth – Their nut free Easter candy options include peanut free and tree nut free lollipops, gummies and beans. Yum. Buy online or use their store locater. >> Buy YumEarth Organic Sour Beans on Amazon now!
Nut Free Easter Candy and Chocolates
Last updated: February, 2021
Bo and Ty Sweets – This nut-free company was founded by two allergy moms. They specialize in allergy friendly lunchbox treats, party favors and gifts for holidays and special occasions, and they ship nationwide! You can order plastic Easter eggs pre-filled with nut-free candy.
Natural Candy Store – They have a bunch of nut free Easter candy offerings, as well as some that are free of the top 8 allergens! And they have a really cool “filter by” search system that allows you to find candies that are tailored to your exact allergies / dietary restrictions. Pretty cool!
Skip’s Candy Corner – They offer a line of nut-free Easter chocolates (and some candies), made in a dedicated nut-free facility. Buy online.
Vermont Nut Free Chocolates – Hand-crafted chocolates and other confections made in a dedicated nut-free facility. Available online and in over 500 stores nationwide. They have a variety of Easter basket treats, including chocolates, jelly beans and more. >> Buy Vermont Nut Free Chocolate Easter Eggs on Amazon now!
Non-Food Easter Egg Fillers
If you’re a parent of a child with any type of food allergy, or if you’re simply an allergy-aware parent looking for safe, non-food holiday and birthday treats to bring to school, then Oriental Trading Company is your friend. They have all sorts of fun party favors, and holiday-themed toys and gifts.
If you’ve discovered any other nut free chocolate or nut free candy options for Easter out there, please let me know and I will add them to the list.
Does your child have a peanut allergy? I love recommending the book Peter Can’t Eat Peanuts to parents. It’s an approachable story that has really resonated with and empowered my son. Available on Amazon!