If anything is certain in 2020, it’s that we cannot rely on external sources to lift us up. It’s up to the individual to make the best of a situation, and while trick-or-treating and annual Halloween hell-raisers may be canceled, nationwide shipping is not. It’s time to treat yourself—even if that means dressing up, watching Hocus Pocus, and diving into a $99 box of vegan Swiss chocolate solo (you deserve it!). Here are seven delicious ways to have the best Halloween 2020 can offer. 

 
 
 
 
 
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1. Vegan Treats
This devilishly sweet vegan bakery in Bethlehem, PA is shipping an indulgent, limited edition Fatally Yours Chocolate Box. The $99, 16-piece handcrafted set features one-of-a-kind confections such as Black Coconut Ash Swiss Chocolate with a red velvet filling, peanut butter cup skulls, Hawaiian black salt caramels, and gold leaf adornments.  

 
 
 
 
 
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2. Sensitive Sweets
From brightly colored push-pops to family-friendly cookie decorating kits, this dedicated allergen-friendly bakery is making sure kids have something to look forward to this year. Trick-or-treating may be canceled, but you can still hide these cake push pops around the house for some hide-and-seek fun. Alternatively, get everyone involved by glitzing up sugar cookie bats and pumpkins with one of the cookie decorating kits. 

 
 
 
 
 
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3. Karma Baker
When there’s a holiday around the corner, we look to Karma Baker to dish out delightful gluten-free treats. This year, the bakery is shipping out divine white chocolate-covered pumpkin cake doughnuts and adorable Halloween-themed frosted sugar cookies because who said cookies are just a Christmas thing? 

 
 
 
 
 
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4. Foxship Bakery
Weighing in at a full quarter-pound per cookie, these monstrous goodies are the cookie equivalent to the coveted king-sized candy bar. Seasonal flavors include Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Pie, Pumpkin Gingersnap, and Halloween Cake Batter (think black-and-orange confetti cake). 

 
 
 
 
 
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5. Sjaak’s
One stop at this online shop is all you need to fill your candy cauldron. The virtual vegan chocolatier offers full-sized bars in flavors such as Chipotle & Cinnamon in addition to a wide assortment of mini chocolate bites. Our favorite fall morsels include Pumpkin Spice Melk Chocolate, Orange Caramel Dark Chocolate, Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate, and adorable white chocolate ghosts. You can also stock up on full-sized versions of Eli’s Earth Bars which remind us of Snickers with its nutty caramel fillings. 

 
 
 
 
 
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6. Divine Treasures
Choose from the four-piece Chocolate Harvest or the elaborate Trick or Treasures box complete with a chocolate Deadlicious Mummy and four other sinfully sweet confections. Vegan-friendly chocolate ghost pops and dark chocolate jack-o’-lanterns are also available a la carte. 

 
 
 
 
 
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7. Lagusta’s Luscious
Lagusta’s is always on our list for seasonal treats and truffles—from pretty Easter confections to scary-good Halloween eats. We’re perusing the fall collection that includes the Dead Inside vegan white chocolate skull filled with assorted bonbons; the eight-piece squeamishly realistic Bleeding Heart box gushing with tart cherry centers; and the gorgeous Fall Apple Pumpkin Bark studded with edible art and infused with pumpkin butter powder. 

Tanya Flink is a Digital Editor at VegNews as well as a writer and fitness enthusiast living in Orange County, CA.

Photo credit: Vegan Treats, Divine Treasures

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