Thought you were gonna have to give up candy by going vegan, did ya? Think again! Vegans have a wide selection of candies to choose from, and I’m going to share them with you.
Below is PETA’s list of vegan friendly candies. It’s a pretty good list, but it is missing a few. Scroll past it for even more options.
Airheads taffyAtkins peanut butter barsBlow PopsBrach’s Hi-C Fruit SlicesBrach’s Hi-C Orange SlicesCharms lollipopsChick-o-SticksCracker JackCry BabiesDem BonesDotsDum-DumsFireballsGoldbergs Peanut ChewsHot TamalesHubba Bubba bubblegumJolly Ranchers (lollipops and hard candy)JujubeesJujyfruitsLemonheadsMambasMary Janes (regular and peanut butter kisses)Mike and IkePezRing Pop lollipopsRuntsSmarties (U.S. Brand)Sour Patch KidsSuper BubbleSweedish FishSweet TartsTropical SourceTwizzlersZotz
Peanut Chews are the best. Truthfully, they are so good. They’re just dark chocolate, peanuts, and caramel, but they are delicious.
Baker’s Chocolate is a brand of baking chocolate that is vegan and can be used to make candy. Honestly, the semi-sweet Baker’s Chocolate at my local grocery store is good just by itself, like a chocolate bar. Many other brands of baking chocolates exist, and they are typically vegan, Baker’s Chocolate just happens to be the brand my local grocery store carries.
ILLINOIS NUT & CANDY
Illinois Nut & Candy make fancy chocolates and candies, and they specialize in vegan and gluten-free.
NATURAL CANDY STORE
When you’re shopping at Natural Candy Store, it’s like being a vegan in a candy store, except it’s really like the opposite of that because most of the candy is vegan! Seriously, though, Natural Candy Selection has any variety of candy you could possibly want, in a vegan version.
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