Our Spunky Holiday, Halloween!

I’m so excited for our next Spunky Holiday round-up: Halloween! I’ve been sharing GFCF Halloween candy and treats on Spunky for years now, and it’s always one of my favorite things to do. You may remember one of our very first videos, where princesses Zoe and Ashley helped me make (and eat!) easy homemade candy. So many good memories :-)
As I mentioned on another big candy-eating holiday, Easter , it’s not easy to participate when you’re avoiding gluten and dairy. Plus we avoid refined sugar as much as possible (if only there was a chocolate bar or chips sweetened with stevia or honey!). Then there’s many of you who can’t do peanuts or soy either. The list of safe (let alone healthy) candy gets smaller and smaller.
But I’m giddy with excitement to share the Halloween treat I have for you this year! You are going to flip. :-)
Join me in sharing our Halloween treats!
My honey, the designer, and I whipped up this badge, which you can use for your post. The letters change to match the holiday approaching. (I got the idea from Google—Thanks, Google :-) This (at the top) is our Halloween badge.

Here’s what you do:

1) Grab the current Our Spunky Holiday badge from here (remember it will change for each holiday).
2) Post the badge with your Halloween recipe on your site, and link to me in the post (I will link back to you when I post the roundup).
3) To participate the recipe must be gluten-free.
4) Email me the link to your post: Kelly(insert @)theSpunkyCoconut.com and I will feature your photo here on Spunky, with a link to your site and recipe. Please title your email to me “Our Spunky Holiday” so I can spot it easily.

For Our Spunky Holiday: Halloween, I need your entries by October 25th. I’ll post the round-up the following day, October 26.

If you’re new to the whole gluten-free carnival concept, check out this post to get an idea of how it will appear :-)

♥, Kelly


  1. says

    Hiya Kelly!

    I’m so excited. All of the sudden I have gluten free frights trick or treating in my head.

    I do have a question though: does the recipe have to be sweet or can it be savory?

    Best, Morri

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