There’s no shortage of vegan Halloween candy!

October 13, 2009By 16 Comments

halloween_pumpinI’ve compiled a list of vegan candy not only for Halloween but for year-round. I am notorious for having a mega sweet tooth and it’s nice to know there are vegan sweets galore. Many of these vegan sweets range from conventional, name brand, to organic and high end.

I also found a wonderful online candy store that has an amazing selection of vegan sweets: Natural Candy Store (they carry vegan marshmallows, gummies and vegan Turkish Delight!)

If I’ve left any vegan candy out, feel free to leave a comment or send me an e-mail.

Have a happy Halloween and enjoy the following…

Airheads taffy

Azure Chocolat Beauty Bark

Blow Pops

BoomChocoBoom! Ricemilk Bar

Brach’s Cinnamon Hard Candy

Brach’s Fruit Slices

Candy Tree Organic Cherry Laces

Charms lollipops

Chick-o-Sticks

Chuao Chocolatier Spicy Maya

College Farm Organic Fun Pops and Hard Candies

Cracker Jack

Crows

Cry Babies

Dandies Marshmallows

Dem Bones

Dots

Dum-Dums lollipops

Endangered Species Dark Chocolate

Fireballs

The Ginger People Ginger Chews

Goldenberg’s Peanut Chews

Go Max Go candy bars

Hubba Bubba bubblegum

Jolly Ranchers lollipops & hard candy

Jujubees

Jujyfruits

Lemonheads

Mambas

Mary Janes (regular and peanut butter kisses)

Now and Later

NuGo Organic Chocolate Bar

Paul Newman’s Orange Dark Chocolate Bars

Pez

Pure Fun Organic Halloween Pops

Ring Pop lollipops

Saf-T-Pops

Sjaak’s Organic Chocolates

Skittles

Smarties

Sour Patch Kids

Starburst jelly beans & hard candy

Super Bubble

Swedish Fish

SweeTarts

Tree Huggin’ Treats Crisy Cat candy bars

Tropical Source chocolate bars

Twizzlers

VerMints

Wonka Bottlecaps

Yummy Earth lollipops and gummy worms

Zotz

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  1. Michelle says:

    THANK YOU !

  2. Mishu says:

    Hi, I would like to know where did you find this list. I am trying to find out if Wonka (the whole company) is vegan. Can you please send me an email so you can help me with this? I would really appreciate it. As of today I just know about Mars Candy and I would like to learn more.

    For me, vegan is not just about including animal ingredients in their products. For a product to be vegan it shouldn’t be animal tested. Skittles is part of Mars Candy, so it is not vegan. (Just a thought)

    Thank you!!!

  3. Alyssa says:

    I REMEMBER READING SOMEWHERE THAT SKITTLES AND STARBURST CONTAIN GELATIN. IS THIS CORRECT.

  4. susan says:

    Aw, thanks for mentioning Go Max Go candy bars! I forgot about Mary Janes….I used to find them
    at the 99 cent store when I lived in California…but, alas, no Mary Janes in Portland. Sad. Anyway,
    you’ve got a great site and Go Max Go is sending you out some love! Happy Halloween ;-)

  5. Carrie says:

    Thank you so much for this list of vegan candy!!

  6. ASB says:

    Really? Mary Janes? I had no idea. Thanks! Love getting those stuck in my teeth :-)

  7. Robin says:

    Dots are our favorite! We always give them out for halloween and the kids seem to like them the best.

  8. Vegyogini says:

    Yay for vegan Halloween candy! Too bad I won’t be getting any trick-or-treaters. :(

  9. quarrygirl says:

    this list is so helpful! thank you sunny!!!!!

  10. Shannon says:

    I’m pretty sure Skittles are manufactured by Mars. Mars Candy Company is responsible for torturing annd murdering thousands of animals. Check out the video here.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cn32tswaF0

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