With Halloween just round the corner it’s time to torment your taste buds with these 25 spookalicious ideas to make your vegan Halloween go with a blood curdling scream!
Do you celebrate Halloween? It’s a (relatively) new thing here in the UK and whether you’re having a houseful of costumed friends or settling down on the sofa for a horror movie marathon you’ll want tasty fiendish treats 😉 And all of these delightfully ghoulish vegan Halloween recipes are not to be missed!
We’ve got a little bit of sweet and a little bit of savoury. And everything from cookies and cupcakes to pizzas and pies.
Sweet Vegan Halloween Recipes:
Death by Chocolate Cupcakes by The Cook and Him
These spooky cute Death by Chocolate Cupcakes with devilishiously dark vegan chocolate and supernaturally sweet vegan frosting are a super easy vegan Halloween recipe!
Haunted Halloween Donuts by The Cook and Him
Spook your guests with these frightfully good Halloween donuts! These are baked full of warming spice and chocolate orange yummies!
Deliciously Dark Halloween Apples by My Goodness Kitchen
“The black toffee cracks perfectly revealing a juicy green Granny Smith. Wonderfully spooky and delicious to boot!”
I can almost hear the creaking trees, howling wind and cackling witch stirring her bubbling cauldron!
Vegan Gummy Worms by Fork and Beans
“What is Halloween without some creepy, crawly worms to freak out your family with?”
These look almost a little too realistic!!
Bloody Cups for Halloween by Elephantastic Vegan
“These Bloody Cups are filled with a raspberry sauce – making it the perfect treat for Halloween! They are vegan, gluten-free and only need 3 ingredients!”
Such a simple idea but perfectly creepy for your vegan Halloween!
Double Chocolate Halloween Cheesecake by Cocoon Cooks
“Not only is it delicious, but the best part is that it’s made from healthy ingredients and natural sweeteners (and a tiny bit of spook).”
I call it almost too beautiful to eat!
Spooky Vegan Halloween Cookies by Earth of Maria
“These vegan Halloween cookies are an adorably spooky, healthier treat! Made from oatmeal and decorated with cashew frosting, they’re great for sharing at parties.”
Such a wonderful idea – Halloween food doesn’t have to be all about sugar overload!
Vegan White and Dark Chocolate Hazelnut Bites by Eat Drink Shrink
“If there is one concept that just about everyone loves, it’s nutella!”
Perfectly creepy nibbles for your guests or horror filled Netflix marathon!
Vegan Zombie Brain Cupcakes by Bear Plate
“This easy to make vegan cupcake recipe is sure to be a hit at any Halloween party. They may look gross, but they’re actually incredibly tasty.”
These are brilliantly disgusting!
Vegan Pastry Voodoo Dolls by Love is in My Tummy
“There’s only 5 in the picture coz I ate one as soon as it came out of the oven. 😛”
That totally sounds like something I would do!
Vampire Bite Cupcakes by V Nutrition and Wellness
“These cupcakes are filled with strawberry jam to scare everyone that takes a bite!”
These are so so perfect for any Halloween party!
Mummy Cookies by Go Dairy Free
“These mummy cookies are a cute, fun, and super-easy treat for parties or even making with kids”
Just 6 ingredients needed to make these super cute Halloween cookies!
Arachnophobia Cookies by Wing it Vegan
“A grand total of three of my spiders actually look like spiders and the rest of them really look like dark brown crabs, don’t they? Being covered in a swarm of crabs and three spiders does sound fairly scary too though, doesn’t it?”
Peanut Butter Apple Lanterns by Vegan Yak Attack
“Cute and tasty Peanut Butter Apple-Lanterns appetizers that come together quickly and are perfect for Halloween and Kid snacks!”
Love their simplicity – and I bet they taste as good as they look!
Chocolate Mousse Graveyard by Sofia Von Porat
“There are so many creative treats you can make for Halloween, but so far these pretty little “graveyards” with creamy chocolate mousse oreo “dirt” and biscuit gravestones are my favorite.”
I’m inclined to agree – these are terrifyingly adorable!
Mummied Bananas by Vie De La Vegan
“Halloween isn’t a widely celebrated event here in Australia, but being as interested in the supernatural world as I am, I can’t pass up the opportunity to get all spooky with my kids.”
Ms Meg would LOVE to help me make these!! 😀
Copycat Almond Joy Bars by Vegan in the Freezer
“If you toss one in your mouth it is almost too much of a mouthful but it can be done.”
Sometimes it’s good to challenge yourself 😉
Scary Halloween Monster Bites by Gathering Dreams
“These spooky little monsters are more cute than scary, they are super easy to make, healthy and delicious.”
Too cute to spook? Whichever I LOVE these delightful little vegan Halloween treats!
Easy Raspberry Halloween Mummy Pies by Veggie Desserts
“Halloween mummy pies are a fun and easy way to make spooky Halloween party food!”
Frightfully easy but perfect vegan treats for any Halloween party! Versatile enough to be made savoury too!
Vegan Halloween Pudding Cups by Namely Marly
“These Vegan Halloween Pudding Cups are a great way to enjoy the fun with everyone else!”
Love the little tombstones and pumpkins! Really creative Halloween food!
Pentagram Topped Vegan Apple Pies by Domestic Gothess
“They are full of lightly spiced, sharp but sweet apples, and the coconut oil pastry is crisp, flaky and easy to work with.”
Great instructions on how to construct those beautiful pentagrams!
Savoury Vegan Halloween Recipes:
Halloween Roasted Veggies by Live Eat Learn
“With sweet potato jack-o-lanterns, beet root witch’s hats, and spooky potato ghosts, these savory Halloween Roasted Veggies are a healthy Halloween dinner recipe!”
These Halloween veggies are SO creative!
Spooky Black Bean Hummus by Fat Free Vegan Kitchen
“This spooky black bean hummus, complete with edible spider web and spider, will be the healthiest thing on your vegan Halloween menu.”
Hummus = food of the Gods and now apparently the Devil too 😉
Mummy English Muffin Pizzas by Veggies Save the Day
“Even though I don’t have children, I have always loved cute Halloween foods. It’s so hard to resist anything with googly eyes!”
I hear ya, I hear ya! Halloween is not just for kids!
Graveyard Taco Cups by Fork and Beans
“Layered with black beans, homemade guacamole (you can even use store bought…see? Easier!), black olives and green onions, these individual cuties are topped off with edible tombstones and creepy trees.”
So many genius Halloween food creations from Cara at Fork and Beans it was hard to choose!
If you love what you’ve seen here, don’t forget to check out our Pinterest Halloween Board – packed full of even more ideas to make your Halloween spooking fangtastic!!