Halloween is about putting smiles on kids’ faces. But what about the kids that have allergies?
Mom Lifestyle Expert and host of YouTube series Hustle Like a Mom, Pamela Pekerman shares some allergy-friendly Halloween treats:
- MadeGood Limited Edition Chocolate Chip Granola Mini Bars ($7.99, www.MadeGoodFoods.com)
- My Super Cookies Halloween Special Whole Grain Cookies ($12.99, Whole Foods)
- No Whey Foods Spook Free Choco No No’s ($17.95, Amazon.com)
About 1 in 13 children in the U.S. suffer from some type of food allergies, or about two per classroom. The Teal Pumpkin Project is global initiative asking families to put a sign or teal pumpkin at their step.
So kids and parents know the home will be giving out non-food treats or those that are allergy friendly. Even some schools are giving our flyers so families are aware of the campaign.
Pamela will host an afternoon of networking and mompreneur panel focusing on social media branding at Bloomingdale’s in White Plains, New York on Wednesday, November 6 from 11:30 a.m to 2:00 p.m. Click here to buy tickets.