Teal Pumpkin Project: Ten Fun Allergy Friendly Treats
If you’ve seen teal pumpkins out and about, you might be
wondering what they mean.
and they denote homes that have non-food treats for children with
life-threatening food allergies.
house. It’s starting to catch on and people know what it is – unlike the first
year when everyone looked at me like I was a goofball!
paint your own or buy one at a store like Wal-Mart or Michaels) and display it.
Then, load up on some non-food treats. I promise, the kids will LOVE them. We
even have non-allergy kids clamoring for our glow sticks, stretchy skeletons
and bouncy ball eyeballs.
goodies. Target has a section of non-food treats or you can buy these trinkets
on Amazon or Oriental Trading.
a food allergy parent, I hate to see my kid – or any kid! – excluded. By
participating in this movement, you are making the day of every child who has
had to turn down or hand over a treat because of a life-threatening food allergy.
and play with their teal pumpkin treat makes it all worthwhile!
your kids – will scarf down. Win, win, right?
printables, visit the this website.
and Happy Halloween!
ones are a winner!)