Halloween is the craziest and the ultimate kid festival of the year. Planning weeks in advance for the kookiest costumes (either for yourself or your kids), cool Halloween recipes, spookiest decorations and getting your stack of Halloween-appropriate gummies and candies are some of the highlights of the H-day!
Even if we aren’t planning these, stuffing our faces with gummy snacks for this one night only is the only way for many to celebrate this day and relive the fond childhood memories.
Although most gummy candies and jellies use gelatin (an animal by-product), lard and other animal by-products, your vegan diet should not be the reason for you to hold back from relishing the Halloween special gummies. Luckily, we are living in times where the vegan candy options might actually surprise you. You may not even realize, but even your local supermarket may have many vegan options perfect for Halloween.
In case you can’t find one, don’t worry. We’ve pulled together a list of animal-free gummies, candies and chocolates for your Halloween party (even if it’s just a party of one) that you can look for in your local supermarket or buy online. Scroll down for the roundup of some of the best vegan gummies, candies and chocolates that’ll delight your trick and treaters and even you!
Surf Sweets Organic Gummy Candies
Make your Halloween gummies munching a guilt-free trip with the delicious organic gummy bears from Surf Sweets. They are corn-syrup free, non-GMO, and made from organic fruit juices and organic cane sugar. The best part? It’s also free from the most common 10-allergens, making it suitable for nearly everyone.
These guiltless sweet treats are available in gummy bears, fruity bears, sour worms (Halloween perfect) and fruity hearts options (for vegans). Stock them for the adorably spooky trick or treaters who knock on your door.
Surf Sweets Organic Fruity Bears for $8.86
Get your hands on these delicious vegan gummies in fish and sea life shapes from Trader Joe’s. These sweet treats with natural fruity flavors and bright color are just perfect for Halloween. Not only are they vegan but kosher and gluten-free too!
Don’t worry if you can’t make your run to Trader Joe’s, as you can also buy them online (link below).
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Who doesn’t love Twizzlers? We don’t know anyone who didn’t grow up eating these twisted hard candies and played with them in many twisted ways! The good thing is these licorice candies are vegan too. From cherry and strawberry flavored Twizzlers in red to the Halloween perfect black – take your pick.
P.S. They’re definitely not meant for the health conscious clan.
Twizzlers Cherry Flavored Licorice Candy (more flavor options on click) for $13.99.
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You’ll be spoilt for choice with vegan candies and gummies from Squish. Dinosaurs to wicked witches, bears to hearts they have plenty of shapes and flavors to make your Trick-or-Treat snacking interesting. The wicked witches are just what the Halloween mood needs and they’re made with natural raspberry flavor too! Can’t beat that now for the spooky day, can we?
Jolly Rancher Spooky Lollipops
Zombies are the OGs of Halloween, so whether you want to enjoy these classic candies in lollipop form on your own or hand out to trick or treaters, they’ll definitely get you in the spooky mood. It won’t fail to delight your lil’ ghosts and goblins!
P.S. Not for our health loving friends.
Yum Earth Organic Licorice and Hard Candies
Stock up your Halloween party table with delicious organic Yum Earth candies, lollipops, and licorice and indulge in them guilt-free. The limited edition Halloween packs are just what the holiday spirit needs. They’re gluten-free, nut-free and certified organic.
P.S. Their gummy bears and gummy candies contain pork gelatin and are not vegan. So make sure to read the package and look for the vegan label before buying any Yum Earth candies and treats.
No Whey Halloween Chocolates
No Whey Chocolate’s Halloween special vegan chocolates shaped like spiders, bats in cemetery, skull and monsters can’t be beat! These spooktacular chocolates are gluten-free and super yummy! Their candy topped pretzels are pretty neat too.
A little on the expensive side, but hey there’s no price on fun and indulgence.
No Whey Chocolate Halloween Figures for $9.95
Sweet & Sara Halloween Special Vegan Marshmallows
Frightfully festive and a rare treat, the vegan marshmallows from Sweet & Sara in spooky shapes are just perfection. This NYC based vegan marshmallows company stocks across the USA.
Seitenbacher Strawberry Alligator Gummy
Get your Halloween treat or treat party started, as we’ve got you covered with the best tasting, vegan and healthy(ier) fruity gummies your money can buy. These alligator treats, from German natural good manufacturer, are gelatin-free, white-sugar and starch free and also free from any artificial flavors. While we love the spooky alligator for Halloween, these also come in adorable dolphin shapes.
If you’re planning a spooky sea Halloween themed party, then complement your Scandinavian Swimmers with these alligator gummies and delight your gang of minis.
Seitenbacher Strawberry Alligator Gummy for $19.08
Enjoy Life Halloween Chocolate Minis
These guiltless bite-sized vegan chocolates in Halloween appropriate packaging are perfect to satisty your sweet-tooth. Grace your guests with these mini packs or unload yourself, they’ll be suitable for even your allergic trick and treaters. We like their non-GMO and gluten-free certifications.
Enjoy Life Halloween Chocolate Minis for $5.99 or $33.7 for 6 pack
Annie’s Organic Bunny Fruit Candies
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Enjoy the bunny shaped fruit treats from Annie’s made from certified organic real fruit juices and with natural fruit colors. It combines sweet taste of fruits and texture of gummies without any unhealthy or questionable ingredients. These sweet treats are yummy and as colorful as other trick and treaters in your neighborhood.
No artificial flavors, synthetic colors, preservatives or high-fructose corn syrup. Halloween gets healthy!
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