It is my first Halloween being gluten and dairy free. At school, we had a Halloween party. We played games, ate veggies, donuts, apple juice and cider. I found out ahead of time what we were going to eat so I brought my own donuts and dip for veggies. Luckily, the suckers were gluten free so I could have one.
I was dressed up as a police woman. I had handcuffs, a flashlight, a police badge, sunglasses and a walkie talkie. I was dressed in all black. See picture below.
We had lots of pumpkins. My pumpkin was carved as a haunted house. My older sister’s pumpkin was a firery man and my younger sister’s pumpkin was Minnie Mouse. My dad’s was a disco ball that he drilled holes in. My grandpa PJ’s pumpkin was an owl with a witch on the side. All the pumpkins looked awesome in the light and the dark.
Tonight after eating a yummy gluten free spaghetti dinner that my mom made, I went trick or treating. I got a ton of candy. For some reason, a lot of the candies were big packs. Some people let my sisters and I pick and it was great because I could pick the Skittles and other Gluten Free/Dairy Free candy. After we hit all the houses in our neighborhood, we went home with 2 big pillow cases full of candy. We sorted the candy, made it into designs and I got all the gluten free candies. See design below.
I had a great night. It wasn’t as hard as I thought it would be. I hope it wasn’t that hard for you too because Halloween is a fun time!