Louisa Kendal
Post published at October 8, 2020

Viva!’s ultimate guide to Halloween

Hallowen

Vegan Sweets

Here at Viva! we believe the only scream-inducing thing at Halloween should be in the movies. That’s why we’ve got our spooky sweet selection filled with not-so-scary vegan yumminess!

See our favourite vegan sweets below:

Surprise Vegan Treat Box – £20.00

Treat box

If you’re looking for a selection of the best vegan treats for hungry ​stay-at-home trick-or-treaters, this is for you! We include a unique selection of our favourite sweets, chocolates and confectionary up to the value of £20, perfect for a Halloween lucky dip.

Vegummies Vegan Sweet Pouch – £7.50

This delightful pouch of vegan pick-n-mix is great for a Halloween scare-fest at home. Recreate your own horror movie cinema experience with these old-school sweets, including cola bottles and more.

Free From Fellows Lollipops – £2.00

These delicious lollipops are nut-free and gluten-free, as well as vegan, making them perfect if you’re looking for an allergen-free option for fright-night.

Lollipops

Halloween Activities

While traditional Halloween parties may not be allowed under current UK government regulations, we have lots of fun ideas so you can still celebrate the spooky day.

Watch our modern horror story, HOGWOOD

Up the scare factor this Halloween by watching our very own modern horror story. Even more terrifying than a haunted house, join our intrepid investigators as they go inside a UK factory farm and reveal the horrors inside. HOGWOOD is available to stream on Amazon Prime now.

Make Halloween cupcakes

This deliciously spooky recipe is courtesy of Viva!’s very own Dr Justine Butler! This is the perfect Halloween activity to keep kids entertained, and you’ll have some yummy cupcakes to enjoy afterwards!

Enjoy a zero-waste Halloween

Pumpkin pizza

Food waste is one scary thing that shouldn’t make an appearance even at Halloween! Make your spooky-season zero-waste by creating this Pumpkin, Blue ‘Cheese’ & Walnut Pizza with your leftover pumpkin. It’s to die for!

The author
This post was written by Louisa Kendal
Louisa is the Digital Communications Officer at Viva! Louisa has been vegan for four years and is passionate about eradicating injustices and exploitation in our world. After graduating from the University of Bristol with a degree in Theology, she worked as a journalist in Malaysia before joining Viva!'s marketing team. She now leverages social media and the online world to forward the vegan movement and keep Viva! growing in influence.

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