Halloween is just around the corner, and vegan youngsters have nothing to fear. Austin residences and businesses have some delicious vegan treats on hand for wee trick-or-treaters!
For those looking to head out on the town with the young ones in costume, we’ve created a handy printable trick-or-treating guide with three vegan residences, and seven vegan businesses, including Sweet Ritual, Wheatsville Coop, Capital City Bakery, Vegan Yacht, Sugar Circus, Counter Culture and Mister FruitCup. (Thanks to amazing vegan baker Meghan at Sugar Circus for the idea to create a flier!)
For those of you still looking to purchase candy for any little witches or monsters that may show up at your door, pick up some Sjaaks organic peanut butter (not on the recall list) or orange individually wrapped chocolates from Rabbit Food Grocery at their pop up shop at Counter Culture today. Or head on over to Wheatsville Coop and pick up bags of Endangered Species Brand Dark Chocolate squares, Yummy Earth Lollipops, or small boxes of raisins. Wheastville Coop also carries Go Max Go bars, vegan versions of mainstream favorites, which are perfect for adults looking to get their candy fix.
You can also check out VegNews Guide to Vegan Candy for a large list of accidentally vegan candy that can be found around town like Airheads Taffy, Jolly Ranchers hard candy, Mamba Sour Fruit Chews, Skittles, Sour Patch Kids and Swedish Fish!
Offering vegan candy to trick-or-treaters, but you’re not featured on our list? Please add your address in the comments below, and mention what you will be offering. Let’s make this year’s Halloween one to remember!