If you’re looking for M&Ms from peanut free facilities, you’re in luck! Plain M&Ms have a warning that they may contain peanuts due to shared equipment. This poses an uncomfortable risk for some peanut allergy families. Thankfully, there are two peanut free M&Ms substitutes now that look and taste so much like M&Ms your child won’t even feel like they’re missing out.
Peanut allergy families have two options for peanut free M&Ms made in dedicated peanut free facilities: Vermont Nut Free Skippers and No Whey! Choco No No’s.
Other peanut free candies that can be used in place of M&Ms include Sixlets, Smarties, Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips, Yum Earth Giggles, hersheyettes, Junior Mints, and Jelly Belly Jelly Beans.
Peanut Free M&Ms
1. Vermont Nut Free Skippers
Vermont Nut Free Milk Chocolate Skippers are colorful chocolate candy made in 100% dedicated nut-free facility. Their facility is free from peanuts and tree nuts.
If you like dark chocolate, you can get Vermont Nut Free Dark Chocolate Skippers too!
These nut free substitute for M&Ms contain milk and soy.
Do Vermont Nut Free Skippers Contain Peanuts?
Vermont Nut Free Chocolates are peanut free and made in a dedicated peanut-free facility.
“Our entire selection is 100% nut free and completely safe for those with any peanut or tree nut allergy. Our products are produced and packaged in our 100% dedicated nut free facility. We work closely with sources to ensure that our raw ingredients are not only nut free but produced in nut free facilities as well.”-VERMONT NUT FREE
For more information about allergens in their products, visit their Allergy Information Page.
Where Can You Buy Vermont Nut Free Skippers?
You can order Vermont Nut Free chocolates from their website or on Amazon.
2. No Whey! Choco No No’s
No Whey Foods Choco No No’s are another great peanut free M&Ms. They are also nut free, dairy free, soy free, gluten free, wheat free, sesame free, and egg free.
These are also a great option if you want M&M candy without Red dye because they do not use artificial colors or flavors.
Do No Whey! Choco No No’s Contain Peanuts?
No Whey! Choco No No’s do not contain peanuts and they are made in a dedicated peanut free facility.
“Each product is made in a dedicated facility free from the top 8 common food allergens and is gluten free. Each product is dairy free, peanut free, tree nut free, soy free, wheat free, egg free, fish free, shellfish free, and gluten free. We are Vegan and 100% cruelty free, All Natural, Dairy Free, Milk Free, Lactose Free, Peanut Free, Tree Nut Free, Egg Free, Soy Free, Wheat Free, Gluten Free. “-NO WHEY! FOODS
For more information about allergens in their products, visit their FAQ Page.
Where Can You Buy No Whey! Choco No No’s ?
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- Free From the Top 8 Allergens (no peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, wheat, soy, egg, fish, or shellfish)
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Ingredients and manufacturing procedures can change over time. Please recheck food labels to make sure they fit your dietary needs before eating.
I am a constantly-researching food allergy mom. However, I am not a medical professional and nothing on this blog should take the place of your doctor’s recommendations.
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