Your question: Do Cadbury Caramel Eggs have gluten?

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Does Cadbury Caramel contain gluten?

As I said in the intro, Cadbury caramel bars are NOT gluten-free. … Yep that’s right, no gluten-containing ingredients and no ‘may contain’ warning for gluten, wheat, barley etc. According to Coeliac UK, that makes them safe for us to eat!

Which chocolate bars are gluten-free?

Without further ado, let us run through the top ten gluten-free chocolate bars:

  • Cadbury. You might be delighted to learn that most of Cadbury’s products are, in fact, gluten-free. …
  • Galaxy Minstrels. …
  • Lindt. …
  • Daim Bar. …
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. …
  • Kinder Chocolate. …
  • Snickers. …
  • Aero.

Are Reese’s eggs gluten-free 2020?

Sadly, Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs are listed as not gluten free, thanks to the fact they’re processed on the same equipment as items that contain gluten, according to Hershey’s. In fact, all of Reese’s seasonal shaped items as well as Reese’s Pieces Eggs can not be considered gluten free.

Is Lindt chocolate bunny gluten free?

Lindt white and dark chocolate bunnies as well as Lindt Chocolate Carrots did not have any gluten listed in the ingredients, but are at risk of cross-contamination. … Nestle’s Nest Eggs (Nestle’s Crunch Nest Eggs are not gluten-free.)

Is Lindt dark bunny gluten free?

And whilst we are on the subject of Lindt chocolate, thanks to somebody doing a little shout out on Instagram, I discovered that the dark and white Lindt bunnies are gluten free. Unlike the milk chocolate ones with the red ribbon which are not, as they contain barley malt.

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Can celiacs eat chocolate?

Chocolate as such does not contain gluten. It is therefore very important that people with coeliac disease/gluten intolerance should only eat chocolate that does not contain cereals, flour, malt syrup or other ingredients that could contain traces of gluten. …

Are smarties gluten-free?

“All Smarties® products are gluten-free and safe to eat for people with Celiac Disease. … Smarties Gummies ingredients are gluten-free, but because they are made in a facility that process other ingredients, they may contain traces of peanut, milk, wheat and soy and are not recommended for those with Celiac Disease.”