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need LIST of peanut safe prepared candy

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By clssmom on Fri, 12-10-04, 22:12

My son's class (in the United States) has a new pa student. We sometimes have class parties (per the teacher) and ask for donations from parents. I would like to be able to send as specific as list as possible, especially about candies (not the manufacturer but the specific candy name), home to the families. We don't want to make it a big deal on the day; telling him he has to stay away from something and would rather not leave the label reading up to parents.

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By momma2boys on Fri, 12-10-04, 22:24

This is very kind of you to do! We use:
Tootsie Rolls
Hershey Kisses (plain)

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By clssmom on Sat, 12-11-04, 02:55

Thank you so much! I've been searching all of these posts and I just couldn't find what I was looking for. This will really help!

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By falcon on Mon, 12-13-04, 02:24

Thanks for being careful about the candies you are offering! I am sure it brings a wave of relief over many of the other mothers with PA/TNA kids.

Other candies that are safe are:
Swedish Fish
Mike and Ike
Tootsie roll lollipops as well as any other tootsie roll products like:
Junior Mints
Andes Mints
Charleston Chews

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By clssmom on Mon, 12-13-04, 02:50

Thank you for the additional info. I don't know how it makes the pa/tna parents feel but I know it sure makes me feel A LOT better.

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By Greenlady on Mon, 12-13-04, 18:58

Watch out for Hershey Kisses! I read in another thread that while the regular plain Hershey Kisses are safe, the "holiday" plain kisses can be made from the same batch of chocolate as the ones with nuts.

Hershey is good with labels, so if the kisses "may" contain nuts the package will say so, but you do have to check.

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By erik on Sun, 12-19-04, 22:28

[b]Lifesaver[/b] products (gummies, jellies, etc) are fine too. As for kisses, Hershey always puts a warning on if there is a risk - the holiday kisses IUhave seen this year are all fine - no warning (but always good to check labels anyway) [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

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By ElleMo on Mon, 12-20-04, 01:59

Beware of MRs. Fields Candy Canes; they are may contain.

But some safe candies are:

Spangler Candies
They make Dum Dums & also Candy Canes

MARSHMALLOW PEEPS (& christmas marhmallow candies)
TEENEE BEANEE jelly beans
and JUST BORN jelly beans


I think Pez, but I am not positive.

& here is a complete list I received from the Tootsie Roll Co:

Product List


Tootsie Rolls Tootsie Pops
Flavor Roll Twisties Tootsie Peppermint Pops
Frooties Caramel Apple Pops
Dots Fruit Smoothie Pops
Tropical Dots Hot Chocolate Pops
Crows Child

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By Keith Russel on Wed, 09-16-09, 08:25

This pure food recipe is pure joy. It is loaded with the sensational tastes and benefits of raw chocolate and coconut. Note that this dessert is a powerful energy source. If you wish to go to bed early, you might want to be sure to eat them before 5pm.

2.5 cups organic, raw, dehydrated, large coconut flakes
1.5 cups organic, raw cacao/chocolate powder
1 cup of raw agave nectar
1/3 cups of organic, raw coconut oil or coconut spread/butter
2 tsp organic, raw vanilla powder
1/4 tsp of ground sea salt

If coconut oil or spread is hard, place in a dehydrator at 115°F until soft.
Mix all ingredients in a bowl.
Place a non-stick dehydrator sheet on a dehydrator rack.
Using your hands or a spoon, make small macaroon balls (1.5" diameter) and place on non-stick dehydrator sheet.
Put rack with macaroons in dehydrator.
Dehydrate with thermostat at 115°F until desired dryness (12-24 hours).

sour candy

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