Halloween is for everyone! While some candies aren’t vegan, there are plenty that are! Here’s a round-up of our favorite accidentally vegan Halloween candy to devour.
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10 Halloween candies that are vegan
Taste the vegan rainbow! Skittles, which used to contain gelatin, nixed the animal byproducts awhile back. So, grab the mini bags and dig in. Who loves guilt-free red Skittles? This girl right here.
Wiley Wallaby Soft Chews
Made in Australia, you can find these at Target and even dollar stores! These bad boys are certified vegan and kosher and use sustainable palm oil. Wiley Wallaby also has organic flavors to choose from.
Justin’s Peanut Butter Cups
Not all of the peanut butter cups are vegan, but Justin’s does have vegan options. The first candy-maker to ditch dairy in some of its products, snatch up the dark chocolate made with peanut butter, almond butter or cashew butter.
Lollipops are always perfect for Halloween and these sweet suckers are vegan. Carmine-free (that’s beetles that are used for many red-colored items), pop a lolli or two without worrying.
Swedish Fish gummies are gelatin-free and a sweet treat. You’ll need to read the label before you buy though, not all Swedish Fish are created equal. Some may contain beeswax, which is a hard pass.
These packaged tart candies are accidentally vegan. The best part? You and find Smarties everywhere, so it’s an easy vegan Halloween candy to enjoy.
Oreo Snack Packs
These snack packs give you a taste of Oreos … without accidentally devouring a whole package.
Put your chompers to work with Laffy Taffy. The candy taffy comes in a variety of fruit flavors (and more!) to chew on,
Tangy, chewy, taffy-esque Airheads candy in more than a dozen flavors … all of which are vegan.
Cocomels are organic, coconut milk caramels that we adore. Grab ’em by the bag and dole out the individually wrapped goodness. They’ve even got a pumpkin flavor because ’tis the season.