These 36 Vegan Halloween Recipes are scary delicious and guaranteed to please goblins of all ages! Boo!
Check out these fun and delicious Vegan Recipes for Halloween. They’re creative, tasty, and healthy!
these Pumpkin Caramel Chocolates are tasty good, so easy and have a short ingredient list! perfect sweet for Halloween parties everywhere!
This recipe for Homemade Twix Bars is so close to the original you won’t believe it. It is also vegan, gluten free and sweetened with dates making it a treat everyone can enjoy.
Need a unique, fall treat? These vegan White Chocolate Pumpkin Peanut Butter Cups are incredible, and easier to make than you might think!
These 3-ingredient Paleo Banana Ghosts are sugar-free, top 8 allergy-free, and can even be made Whole30. Perfect for nut-free school zones and Halloween class parties, these “Boo”-nana Ghosts are easy enough for even little kids to help make!
Scary spiders and spooky bats made of delicious chocolaty and peanut buttery balls!
This vegan witches brew smoothie is a delicious and healthy treat for goblins of any age! It’s a bargain, too … serves 4 at about $1.43 per serving!
We turned classic (and delicious) “Puppy Chow” Muddy Buddies into a spooky treat. Perfect for your next haunted Halloween party!
Healthier Halloween Treats like these Fun Candy Apples are destined to become a fall favorite. Gluten free and vegan recipe that is super simple to make!
These super cute meringue ghost lollies are the perfect Halloween treat for your little monsters!
These monster mouths are perfect healthy Halloween treats and just use apples, strawberry jam, nut butter, and almonds / sunflower seeds. Naturally paleo, vegan, nut-free, grain-free, gluten-free and dairy-free.
Halloween mummy pies are a fun and easy way to make spooky Halloween party food! You can make them with just 3 ingredients – but I also give the recipe to make your own bloodcurdling raspberry sauce.
Tombstone cupcakes for Halloween – these impressive chocolate graveyard cupcakes with gingerbread tombstones, cookie dirt and royal icing bones are seriously spooky, utterly delicious and totally vegan! Step by step photos included.
THESE MERINGUE GHOSTS ARE SO CUTE AND FLUFFY: THE PERFECT HALLOWEEN TREAT FOR ANYONE: KIDS, ADULTS AND YOUR SCARY MONSTERS GUESTS!
Caramel Apple Pie is easy to make and totally delicious. It’s vegan, raw food, healthy, and great for any fall holiday and can be enjoyed by anyone. It’s also so healthy and made from mostly raw, whole food vegan ingredients. Serves 8 … about $9.60 for the entire pie.
Make up your own healthy halloween candy with these fun treats that are also allergy friendly! These Chocolate Fruit “Bugs” are gluten free, peanut free, vegan, and easy to make!
Impress all your family and friends with these spooky and delicious cupcakes! These vegan spider cupcakes for Halloween are easy to make, tasty and kid-friendly!
Sweet, cinnamony vegan pumpkin scones made with coconut oil in place of butter. These gluten-free treats are refined sugar-free, dairy-free, and are a healthful alternative to regular scones. Stay tuned for two ways of preparing this recipe – a gluten-free version, and a grain-free, paleo version.
Make the savoury Instant Pot Pumpkin Hummus with this no soak chickpeas recipe! With just a few pantry ingredients, you can easily make this spiced pumpkin hummus that is high in protein and healthy.
This Vegan Caramel Apple Dip is super easy to make in just a few minutes. Tasty and delicious, it’s a bargain at around $.71 per serving.
Halloween is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate it than a delicious vegan Halloween Pumpkin Pie? Easy, quick and delicious!
Carrot Ginger Quinoa Pepper Jacks – delightfully ghoulish Pepper Jacks – jack o lanterns carved from peppers. kids of ALL AGES will love these!
With fall resolutely in place, and Halloween looming ever so close, I wanted to make something special with my children, that I think you’ll enjoy making with yours too: Maple Candied Apples.
Cute and tasty Peanut Butter Apple-Lanterns appetizers that come together quickly and are perfect for Halloween and Kid snacks!
It’s Halloween again, so make this year one to remember with these fantastically healthy Halloween snacks!
Vampire bite cupcakes are perfect for Halloween or watching your favorite scary movies! These cupcakes are filled with strawberry jam to scare everyone that takes a bite!
Do you love Peanut Butter Cups? You will love these Homemade Paleo Almond Butter Cups! These cups with their smooth and delicious filling surrounded by rich chocolate not only taste amazing, but they’re low-carb and vegan too!
Roasted butternut squash, roasted corn, and fire roasted tomatoes pair with black beans in this hearty, 7 ingredient meatless Roasted Butternut Squash Black Bean Chili.
Pumpkin hummus is your new favorite autumn dip! It’s so easy to make, and takes just 10 minutes to make start to finish.
Mmm.. Delicious eyeballs! No, no cannibalism here, just some Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs, filled with a garlicky tofu ricotta!
I love smoothies in the morning and this tasty spinach smoothie recipe is an easy way to get in your fiber, minerals and even proteins to keep you going through the day.
Sweet-and-spiced Pumpkin Spice Air Fryer Baked Apples are a healthy treat that come together in a fraction of the time it takes in the oven.
This pumpkin dump cake with yellow cake mix and a few other ingredients is a snap to make. You just put it together, then cook it for less than three hours in your Crock-Pot.
Raw vegan pumpkin pie cake that uses pumpkin or butternut squash with a blend of spices. Easily one of my favourite raw cakes these days as its quick and full of flavour.
The float gets it’s color from lemon & lime sherbet, a flavor boost from pineapple juice and some bubbles from lemon lime soda. You end up with a very tropical treat that tastes much better than it looks.
No tricks here, just a homemade healthier treat for Halloween – dark chocolate pumpkin almond butter cups are sweet, salty, creamy, and sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Learn how to make pumpkin energy balls in just 5 minutes and with 8 ingredients! Made with canned pumpkin and pumpkin spice, this easy vegan energy ball recipe is healthy and delicious. The pumpkin balls taste like a mix of pumpkin pie, pumpkin donut holes and pumpkin cake bites.
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Hello! I’m Lisa, a vegan artist, photographer, author, Vegan Life Coach Educator, and RYT 200 yoga teacher. I love showing others how simple and delicious a plant-based diet can be. I draw and paint, cook, write, take lots of pics, eat lots of chocolate, and practice gratitude daily.