50+ Vegan Halloween Candies

You might be wondering...what makes candy non-vegan? A lot of things, unfortunately. The most common non-vegan ingredients in candy are:

  • Honey

  • Beeswax

  • Gelatin (made from animal bones)

  • Carmine (red pigment made from insects)

  • Shellac (make from insect excretions)

  • Some sugar is refined with bone char

  • Chocolate products often contain dairy, milkfat, whey, or casein

  • Eggs

Here is a full list of vegan Halloween candies:

  1. Smarties

  2. Oreos

  3. Airheads

  4. Jujubes

  5. Swedish fish (though some contain beeswax)

  6. Twizzlers

  7. Sour Patch Kids

  8. Dots

  9. Skittles

  10. Fireballs

  11. Nerds (though the pinks and reds may contain carmine)

  12. Pixy Stix

  13. Fun Dip

  14. Sweet Tarts

  15. Jolly Rancher hard candy

  16. And lollipops

  17. Hubba Bubba bubble gum

  18. DumDums

  19. Mary Janes

  20. And Mary Jane PB kisses

  21. Big League Chew

  22. Bottle Caps

  23. Brach’s Lemon Drops

  24. Brach’s Root Beer Barrels

  25. Charms Blow Pops

  26. Chick-O-Stick

  27. Cocomel’s

  28. Cry Baby

  29. Jujyfruits

  30. Mamba

  31. Now and Later

  32. Red Vines

  33. Super Bubble

  34. Surf Sweet Gummies

  35. Zotz

  36. Cracker Jack

  37. Brach’s Cinnamon Hard Candy

  38. Brach’s Hi-C Fruit Slices

  39. And Orange Slices

  40. Fruit by the Foot

  41. Fruit Roll-Ups

  42. Gobstoppers

  43. Laffy Taffy (fun size only)

  44. Lemonheads

  45. Ring Pops

  46. Starburst Minis

  47. Ocho bars and minibars

  48. Enjoy Life Halloween Rice Milk Chocolate Minis

  49. Surf Sweets Organic Halloween Treat Pack

  50. Brach’s Star Brites

  51. Justin’s PB cups

  52. Hunny Bon Sweets

  53. Unreal Snacks

  54. Eating Evolved

  55. Alter Eco Chocolate

  56. Runts

If you have any other vegan candy options (Halloween or not!) please feel free to leave them below. I hope this helps you when trick or treating or passing out candy. Happy Halloween!


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