Free Teal Pumpkin Project Printable Signs - #allergyfree #tealpumpkinproject #halloween

Halloween is already scary enough without food allergies. But for kids who could have severe reactions or even die from unsafe-for-them foods, it’s extra-scary.

Join the #TealPumpkinProject by passing out only allergy-free treats this year. Non-food options are fantastic, fun, and safe.

Here are the 10 Best Allergy-Free Halloween Treats, in case you’re looking for ideas.

Let trick-or-treaters know that your house is allergy-safe by printing out one of these door signs and displaying it on Halloween, and be sure to spread the word to friends so they can participate in supporting and protecting kids with food allergies too.


Do you have a child with food allergies, or do you know one?

Step 1:

Pin, share, and tweet this post to spread the word about the Teal Pumpkin Project and great allergy-safe Halloween options, to protect the kids you know.

Step 2:

Grab your free Teal Pumpkin Project printable below and post it on your door to let trick-or-treaters know that your treats are allergy-free this year!

Step 3:

Have a great Halloween!


If you’re signed in, you’ll see the printable download links below. If you’re not a member yet, sign up for a free account here to get goodies like this!

Right click and select “Save As” to download – #TealPumpkinProject Sign #1

Right click and select “Save As” to download –  #TealPumpkinProject Sign #2


4 Comments on FREE Teal Pumpkin Project Printable – Allergy-Free Halloween Signs

  1. Nicole says:

    Can I share this on a FB group I’m a moderator of? 🙂

  2. Robin says:

    I think the teal pumpkin project is a great idea. I always have candy but I also always have stickers, tattoos, little toys(this year is little black and orange balls), in addition I have cookies, goldfish, pretzels and welches fruit snacks for younger children the fruit snacks are negotiable depending on the amount of teeth but the rest is fairly choke proof. I also have ice cold bottled water for the adults. I am disabled so juice and soda are not in my budget. I am happy to have signs to display for the teal pumpkin project so people will know from the street and kids who can’t have food snacks can certainly have extra of the stickers and stuff. I bought 9 rolls of different stickers this year so there is plenty of variety.

  3. […] teal pumpkin (teal is the color of food allergy awareness), and we’ll be printing a sign to put beside it so that families will know that they can request a non-edible treat at our house. […]

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