9 best vegan Halloween sweets for trick or treating in the UK

Author: Rachel Smith

Read Time:   |  12th October 2020

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Although these vegan Halloween sweets may be ghoulish in appearance, they're completely free from scary stuff like gelatine!

Indulge your sweet tooth this spooky season with these freakishly tasty vegan Halloween sweets.

From chocolate eggs filled with green goo to fizzy fangs and pumpkin marshmallows, these tasty treats are all completely vegan and utterly delicious.

1. Vegan Halloween Pick’n’Mix

Long gone are the days when jelly sweets are off-limits to vegans, just feast your eyes on this spooktacular selection of vegan gummies from Bear & Bee.

Perfect for trick or treaters or snacking in front of your favourite scary movie, there’s something delicious for everyone to sink their teeth into.

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2. Dandies All Natural Pumpkin Marshmallows

The mild pumpkin spice flavour and creamy marshmallow flavour and texture are a perfect combination for snacking.

Try Dandies Pumpkin Marshmallows in hot chocolate (or even coffee) to add a perfect autumn spice. They also give a slight kick to classic crispy treats!

Buy them here.

3. Ananda’s Halloween Gift Box

For lovers of Halloween, darkness, and all things goth, this spooky gift box filled with Ananda’s devilish handmade goodies is a treat not to be missed.

Inside you’ll find bloodcurdling blackcurrant, terrifying liquorice, spine-chilling Belgian chocolate and ghoulish vegan marshmallows for the ultimate fright-free treat.

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4. Skittles

Taste the rainbow this Halloween with everyone’s favourite accidentally vegan sweets – Skittles.

The mini packets are the perfect size for handing our to trick or treaters.

Mini bags of Skittles sweets for Halloween

5. Jealous Sweets Tang Worms

Get your tongue tingling this Halloween with vegan sweets brand Jealous Sweets’ tangfastic jelly worms.

These gelatine-free gummy worms come in a range of fruity flavours including Apple, Lemon, Strawberry, and Orange. Plus, they’re even made with real fruit juice making them super flavoursome. Moreover, not only are they vegan but they’re also gluten-free too.

A bag of Tangy Worms from Jealous Sweets

Buy them online from Jealous Sweets.

6. Asda Free From Trick or Treat Bag

Asda also has some other spookily good treats for vegans on offer such as the Free From Trick or Treat Goody Bag (£2.50).

This ghoulish goody bag is filled with a selection of dairy-free milk chocolate pumpkins and vegan white chocolate skulls.

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Buy it online at Asda.

7. M&S Fizzy Whizzy Wings

Marks & Spencer has a scary surprise in stores this Halloween with its gelatine-free bat wing-shaped jelly sweets.

These fizzy jellies are blackcurrant and cola flavoured and are so sour they’ll send you batty!

Buy them from M&S and Ocado 

8. Bebeto Spooky Mix Vegan Halloween Sweets

Vegan confectionery brand Bebeto’s gelatine-free sweets can be found at Asda during spooky season. Bebeto’s vegan Halloween sweets are free from artificial colours and flavours and come in a range of fruity flavours including blackcurrant, apple, orange, and strawberry.

In Bebeto’s vegan range, you will find Monster Spaghetti, Gummy Brains and even Fizzy Fangs!

Priced at £1 for a 150g pack, they’re the perfect sweet treat this Halloween.

Bebeto Spooky Mix Vegan Halloween Sweets

Find them in store in Asda’s seasonal aisle from 26 September to 31 October.

9. Poshpin ‘Beware of The Dark’ Bag 

Poshpin’s treat bag is filled with a tempting selection of soft Halloween shaped gummies. Plus, the bag comes in handy for trick or treating if you’ve not got your sugar fix already!

 Poshpin Beware of The Dark Bag

Buy it from Amazon

Got a sweet tooth? Check out our pick of the best vegan sweets in the UK!

Written by

Rachel Smith

Having launched the brand's digital presence in 2015, Rachel shares her love for animals and the planet through her work as Vegan Food & Living’s Digital Editor. As a passionate vegan for over eight years, Rachel loves creating delicious vegan dessert recipes for her award-winning blog, Rawberry Fields. Rachel's recipes and photography have been featured in numerous international print and digital publications including the Daily Mail, Huffington Post, Thrive, and Buzzfeed. You can follow Rachel at @rawberryfields

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