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Vegan Friendly Valentine’s Day Goodie Bags for Your Kid’s Classmates

by | January 24, 2019

Confused about what to put in Valentine’s Day goodie bags for your kid’s classmates? Here are some tips and ideas on including vegan friendly treats in your kid’s bag this February 14th. Spread joy and be the change you want to see in others!

Valentine’s Day Goodie Bags (Vegan Friendly) for Your Kid’s Classmates
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Valentine’s Day Goodie Bags

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Vegan Friendly Valentine’s Day Goodie Bags for Your Kid’s Classmates

Valentine’s Day will be here sooner than you think. It’s an easy-to-forget holiday until your kids let you know the day before that they need Valentine’s cards and treats to share with their class. It can be a difficult time for both you and your children when there are many non-vegan treats being shared in a classroom setting, especially if some of the other parents don’t offer vegan alternatives. However, you can do this, even if you only have time to make a quick run to Costco or Trader Joe’s. Here are some cruelty-free ideas for what you can give out in the Valentine’s Day goodie bags for your children’s classmates.

Single Serving Bags of Skinny Pop

Skinny Pop is a delicious and healthier alternative to most other store bought/microwavable popcorns. Featuring sunflower oil instead of butter, this popcorn still keeps the integrity of both salty and sweet. The popcorn is also gluten-free and GMO-free.

Smarties

Despite Smarties being made of seemingly nothing but sugar, this candy is vegan-friendly, including any Valentine’s day renditions of the candy. They can easily be bought in bulk and noting that they are vegan is a cool fun fact your child can share with their class.

Skittles

Although there are a few types of Skittles that aren’t vegan (you can use the vegan scanner app to help decide which are vegan-friendly) they are very easily accessible and also tend to be some of the cheaper Valentine’s Day candies. This accidentally vegan classic candy is almost always a safe bet.

Trader Joe’s Vegan Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

With the help of paper goodie bags (since plastic really isn’t the absolute best thing for the environment), you can easily buy a couple of packets of these cookies and separate them between all of the students. The cookies are filling enough where one or two per student will definitely suffice.

Justin’s Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups

No one will be missing Reese’s as long as Justin’s comes along! With dark chocolate and organic peanut butter, these peanut butter cups taste like heaven. Unfortunately, they are on the pricier side but in my opinion they are very much worth it.

What will you be passing out to your children’s classmates on Valentine’s Day? Let me know in the comments below.


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Gabriella Anaya

News Editor | Limoges, France | [email protected]

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