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DIY Vegan Halloween Candy

October 31, 2009


I’ve been MIA for a few days and didn’t think I would get around to posting anything else for VeganMoFo. Busy at work, lots of stuff to do at home, getting ready for vacation to Beijing, and avoiding getting the sickies doesn’t leave much time for anything else.

But – I saw a link on Twitter today of a list PETA Kids put together of vegan Halloween candy. This is a great reference those of us who need something like this, especially if we’re gonna get the wee ones (and not so wee ones) showing up at our doors tonight. But, if you have the time, I think it’s way more fun to make your own goodies with your kids or make a bunch to hoard all on your own. So here’s a run down of the yummy vegan candy recipes I came across (and there are loads of other ones out there):

Candy Corn (via The Urban Housewife)

Vanilla Caramels (via The Dog Hill Kitchen)

Peanut Butter Cups (via BitterSweet Vegan)

Chocolate-covered Peppermint Patties (via Epicurious)

Carmel Apples (via The Dog Hill Kitchen)

Sponge Candy (via Epicurious)

Popcorn Balls (via Kittee from Cake Maker to the Stars)

Molasses Taffy (via
(just substitute Earth Balance for the butter)

Chocolate Fudge (via Shmooed Food)

Egg- and Gelatin-free Nougat (via the Duchess of Kircaldy)

Peanut Brittle (via Go Dairy Free)

And a whole bunch of easy vegan candy recipes from Bryanna Clark Grogan.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 1, 2009 6:36 pm

    Great post! I didn’t do anything for Halloween so I’ll have to make up for it by making some vegan candy

  2. May 1, 2010 6:56 pm

    Major thankies for the blog post.Really thank you! Want more.

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