24 Best Candies Growing Up
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24 Best Candies Growing Up

Living with a nut allergy and finding candy that is safe to eat

24 Best Candies Growing Up

Growing up there were many candies I liked and there were those candies that I did not like at all. Here is the 24 Best Candies To Try ! I am allergic to peanuts and all nuts so finding peanut free or may contain peanut candies were tough. My peanut allergy was not severe but I never had issues with candies that may contain peanuts or proccessed in a facility with peanuts. But for those who are severly allergic to peanuts and all nuts then be aware of the ingredients and where it was processed. However, me not having a severe allergy I found that these Candies were the best and I never had issues with them. For me they were peanut and all nut safe.

1. 3 Musketeers

2. Swedish Fish

3. Kit Kats

4. Hershey KIsses / Bar / White chocolate & Chocolate swirl kisses called Hugs

5. Sno Caps

6. Ring Pops

7. Dum Dum Pops

8. Blow Pops

9. Nerds

10. Star Bursts

11. Jolly Ranchers

12. Sour Patch Kids

13. Skittles

14. Smarties

15. Fun Dip

16. York Peppermint Pattie

17. M&M's

18. Life Savers / Gummies

19. Peppermint Candy

20. Gummy Bears

21. Twizzlers

22. Junior Mints

23. Gummy Worms

24. Jelly Beans

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