We love Halloween here at The Vegan Larder and what better way to celebrate it than by making some spooky, scary Vegan Halloween Treats! We've rounded up what we think are the Best Halloween treats from some of our fave recipe bloggers, as well an including a few of our own.
Whether you're heading out to Trick or Treat, or staying in with a scary movie, these Spooktacular Treats are a really fun way to celebrate with your ghoolies & ghosties both big & small!
Creepy Cakes and Crepuscular Cookies!
These Vegan Mummy Cupcakes will be a hit at your spooky Halloween bash. They are fun to make, kid-friendly and completely adorable! The mummy wrapping is piped on with vegan buttercream and the eyes are dotted with chocolate chips. It’s so easy! Find the full recipe at Vegan Huggs here...
Soft and pillowy cookies, healthier (and better) than a drinkable pumpkin spice latte. These pumpkin spice latte cookies are free from the top 8 allergens, gluten-free, vegan, and paleo. You’ll be sure to get a dose of real pumpkin here!
Find the full recipe at Strength and Sunshine here...
These chocolate graham crackers are sweetened purely with maple syrup. Their dark color makes them perfect for cutting into bat and cat shapes.
Find the Recipe at Go Dairy Free Here:
Raw vegan halloween chocolate vanilla cookies! Made with whole foods and decorated with natural DIY food coloring. The kiddos will love helping you make these spooky shaped cookies!
Find the Recipe at Sprouting Zen Here:
This cute pumpkin cake is filled with a vegan cream filling you make yourself out of silken tofu!
Find the recipe at Veggie Fun Kitchen here:
These Halloween Witch Finger Cookies are naturally green with hidden... spinach! You can't taste the leafy greens and they just taste like peanut butter cookies with jam 'blood'.
Find the recipe at Veggie Desserts Here:
Spooky Savoury Snacks and Devilish Dips!!
Halloween doesn't have to just mean sweet things! Make a batch of any of these recipes and serve up to your little monsters, or snack on them while scaring yourself silly watching Horror movies!
The kids can help make these Mini Carrot Mummies! they are a fun treat, perfect for all Halloween parties and Halloween night snacking.
Find the recipe here at Spabettie:
Don't waste those insides of the Jack'o'Lanterns! Make this yummy Spiced Pumpkin Hummus instead!
Find our yummy recipe here:
Boo-tiful bright orange cheese sauce will bring a Halloween-ish glow to your festive spread. And surprisingly, it's made with veggies and hemp seeds - so it'll be the talk of the party, too!
Find the recipe here at VEEG.Co
This spooky and fun vegan Halloween platter is perfect for grazing on Halloween night.
Find the recipe at Yummy Mummy Kitchen Here:
Monstrous Main Courses!
This year we might not be Trick or Treating but that doesn't mean we can't have fun with our main courses! Try one of these spooky scary dishes, whether they are for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
Easy spooky Halloween pasta with olive eyes. Makes a great dinner for kids and grown ups.
Find the recipe here at VEEATCOOKBAKE:
Why not make up a batch of fluffy Pumpkin Spice Pancakes and top them with some scary 'facon faces! Eat them for breakfast, or save them for a fun dinner time treat.
Find our easy & gluten free recipe here:
Spicy Seasonal Pumpkin Soup with black beans takes a this soup over the top. Lots of texture and taste that you'll want to enjoy year after year.
Find the recipe for the soup from Vegan in the Freezer here:
This chunky Swamp Monster Slow Cooker Jackfruit Gumbo is full of okra, tomatoes, vegan sausage and stringy jackfruit. Best of all the pureed greens give it a swampy look while adding extra nutrition!
Find the recipe from Healthy Slow Cooking here:
Spooky Sweets and Creepy Candy!
Homemade vegan sweets are so much fun to make and to eat as well! Plus if you're clever, you can sneak in some 'healthier' ingredients (maybe, it is Halloween after all!)
Have fun and indulge in some better-for-you Halloween breakfast bliss balls. Allergy-friendly and easy to make, they also make a great little healthier Halloween treat to include in little lunch boxes on the day.
Find the recipe over at Whole Food Bellies
Creepy but cute! Add some google eyes to your homemade Copycat Almond Joy Bars and have some fun.
Find this recipe over at Vegan In the Freezer!
These Vegan Mummy Rice Crispy treats would be so much fun to make with the kiddos!
Find the recipe over at Pink Fortitude:
Filled with tasty pumpkin caramel, these chocolates can be made into skull shapes for Halloween parties!
Find the recipe over at Spabettie!
If you liked all these fun vegan Halloween Recipes, you might also want to check out my other Halloween Round up with 24 MORE spooktacular recipes in it!!
Have you decided what you'll make? Let us know in the comments and do be sure to share this to everyone! xx