It’s love at first bite!
Valentine’s Day may rank among the most dreaded holidays for singles, vegans, and individuals who aren’t into an overwhelming amount of hearts, lovey-dovey sayings, or pink anything. While we can’t solve all of those issues, we are pleased to share that the holiday is now more enjoyable for vegans—thanks to these brands that offer vegan Valentine’s Day candy!
Chomp Chocolate set the (chocolate) bar high with their Valentine’s Box Set. The bundle features four vegan, gluten-free, and soy-free chocolate bars. Bite into Strawberry Dream, a white chocolate and strawberry base topped with cookie pieces. After that, try Heartthrob, an oat milk chocolate bar with cinnamon hearts and orange-infused sugar. Then freshen your palate with Mint for You, a crispy dark chocolate treat with an oat milk peppermint cream filling. And lastly, indulge in Cherry Me, an oat milk chocolate bar topped with almonds and cherries.
Chocolate lovers, unite! Sjaak’s stocks an epic collection of vegan Valentine’s Day chocolate. From chocolate hearts and truffles to white chocolate treats, the options are endless. For something more interactive, order Sjaak’s “Bear Hug” Dark Chocolate Heart Filled with Gummies!
No matter the holiday, we can always count on No Whey to blow our minds with festive treats. This Valentine’s Day, stock up on boxes of chocolate truffles, chocolate lollipops, and heart-shaped vegan M&M’s dupes. For the classroom, order No Whey’s new Strawberry Ganache Sweet-Hearts. The bag contains single-serving chocolates perfect for sharing!
Are you searching for allergen-free, vegan Valentine’s Day candy at a mainstream grocery store? YumEarth fits the bill! The health-conscious candy brand offers festive Gummy Fruits, Choco Yums, Giggles, and Pops. In addition, their Valentine’s Day Variety Box includes Pops and Gummy Hearts. Find these treats at Target, on Amazon, or YumEarth.com.
We can always count on Trader Joe’s for stocking affordable vegan goodies. This season, grab a bag or two of their vegan-friendly Gummy X’s and O’s. Yep, that’s right! Those festive gummies are gelatin-free—and they’re just $3.49 a bag.
Did you know that Sprouts is another grocery store that offers vegan gummies? Their bulk foods section always hosts a few options. For Valentine’s Day, load up on Valentine’s Sour Peachy Pink Hearts.
Lake Champlain Chocolates
When you carry Lake Champlain’s Dark Chocolate Hearts around on Valentine’s Day, you’re bound to be loved by all. These heart-shaped sweets are one of the many vegan Valentine’s Day candy options you can find from this family-owned brand.
Are you unable to order or find vegan candy from the above brands? There are a few accidentally vegan candies you can find at any grocery or convenience store. For example, Skittles makes fun-size Valentine’s packs great for passing out to friends, family, classmates, and coworkers.
If you like it, then you should put a ring on it! Why not make a quirky, romantic gesture to your Valentine with Ring Pop’s vegan-friendly candy rings? Bonus points for being the most affordable jewelry purchase you’ll ever make.
Sour Patch Kids
Every vegan’s favorite mainstream candy is rocking a new look and size for V-Day! Buy heart-shaped boxes of Sour Patch Kids for all your favorite people this season. Because who doesn’t love a good sour-sweet combo?