Accidentally Vegan: Skittles and Swedish Fish!
This week’s Accidentally Vegan features are… Skittles and Swedish Fish!
Shared by Jessica Earhart
Swedish Fish are a childhood favorite. These red, fish shaped candies are chewy, cherry flavored, and delicious! When I eat them I think of sitting in the grass at the local-team baseball games in July. I am so grateful to be able to enjoy them as an adult!
Skittles are my movie-time favorite. Some of you may be thinking, “Skittles are not vegan,” but they are now! Sometime in 2010, Wrigley stopped making Skittles with gelatin! I literally jumped for joy when I newly discovered Skittles. For me, Skittles and popcorn are best friends, and movies just aren’t the same without my two best friends!
These two great treats are available at grocery stores, pharmacies, movie theatres and convenience stores. The packaging doesn’t list that they are vegan… but they are!
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Jessica Earhart runs a vegan dessert company, Iron Betty Sweets, based in Pittsburgh, PA. Jessica is a vegan foodie. She makes gourmet and health conscious vegan foods and is dedicated to teaching people how yummy vegan meals can be!