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October 1, 2010 in Uncategorized
Registered: Feb 26, 2007
Sarah said on October 1, 2010
Hi! Well, the one food you don’t have to worry too much about is candy! Stay away from chocolates and gummy candies (gummy bears, gummy worms, etc as anything with gelatin contains phe). Otherwise candy like skittles, jelly beans, starburst, lollipops, etc, are really close to phe free. (think sugar based candies).
Registered: Jul 29, 2010
AJ said on October 1, 2010
jolly raunchers, tootise rolls, a little hersheys but try to stay away from too much of that, dots, skitles, starbursts, lolly pops, a little 3 muskettears also not too much of that, try to stay away from to many kit cats, but he can have sour patches, carmaled candy, caramaled apples, twisleers, fruit roll ups, gushers, mints, no regular gum just those little tiny wrapped pieces of bubble gum, and i’ll let u know of some more
Registered: Apr 13, 2010
plant city, Florida
tiffany said on October 1, 2010
yay thanks! i am excited!!
yeah i remember my halloweens, good times
Registered: Jul 22, 2009
Stephanie said on October 6, 2010
We have always done a candy exchange with Zachary (now 16). At the end of the night, we go through what he has and give him lo pro candy for the high pro. He actually still goes out with his little brother. We order Dianne Sullivan’s chocolate and he gets a special basket along with all of the other grandchildren from my mother-in-law.
I know at 8 months he won’t be gulping down the tootsie rolls but, before long, you will be wishing he hadn’t collected so much candy because now, you will just HAVE to eat it.
Enjoy his first Halloween!
Registered: Sep 12, 2006
Breanna said on October 6, 2010
Skittles, Starbursts, Swedish Fish, Smarties, Dum Dum suckers, Airheads, jelly beans, Laffy Taffy and other Willy Wonka candies should be okay. Be sure to avoid chocolate, gum, and gummy type candies as they almost always contain phe. Hope this helps!
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