September 8, 2021
From Vegan Food And Living

7. Conscious Candy Co

Conscious Candy Co broke the vegan internet when they launched their vegan ‘fried egg’ sweets last year. Haribo fans everywhere rejoiced as they were finally able to relive their childhoods with a vegan version of the iconic sweets.

Made with a vanilla flavoured ‘egg white’ foam and a subtle orange flavoured ‘yolk’ jelly, they’re almost identical to the original.

And that’s not all, the animal-free sweet brand also just launched the UK’s first vegan foam bananas for pre-order. We hope that vegan foam shrimps are up next!

You can also order 1kg bags of pick n mix from Conscious Candy Co, featuring fruity and fizzy favourites such as cola bottles, cherries, sour worms, dummies and bears. What’s not to love??

Head over to the Conscious Candy Co website to get your hands on their sweets!

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8. Starburst

You’ll be pleased to know that these fruity favourites are in fact ‘accidentally’ vegan. While you might assume the mouthwatering chewiness comes from gelatine, they are completely animal-free!

With five colourful flavours in the pack, there’s one for everyone. But who doesn’t fight over the red ones?

You can find Starburst sweets in all major supermarkets and corner shops – they’re everywhere!

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9. Freedom Mallows

Thought you’d have to give up marshmallows after going vegan? Think again!

Freedom Mallows create completely animal-free and gluten-free marshmallows in classic pink and white colours, perfect for baking, toasting and straight-up snacking.

But that’s not all. Freedom Mallows also sell chocolate-covered mallow bars in vanilla or raspberry flavours – they’re a dream come true! Smash it between two vegan digestive biscuits and let it melt slightly for the ultimate s’mores vibes.

You can find Freedom Mallows at Holland and Barrett, Sainsbury’s and direct from

10. Love Hearts

You might be surprised to learn that the iconic fizzy sweets are in fact 100% vegan. Love Hearts contain zero animal products, making them ‘accidentally’ vegan.

This means that even vegans can do Valentine’s day in style by showering their other half with heart-shaped sweets containing even sweeter messages. Don’t be shy, tell that person you think they’re cute with a sweet.

You can find Swizzels Love Hearts in all major supermarkets and corner shops as they remain a cult favourite.