Things are getting a little eerie with these spooky Vegan Halloween Recipes. Enjoy these easy, sweet, and savory vegetarian Halloween recipes with your family for this scary holiday season. Have fun with these dairy-free Halloween treats!
Halloween brings back some fun memories. But just because you’re vegan doesn’t mean all of the good times are behind you. Here are my favorite vegan Halloween recipes for your current-day vegan enjoyment.
We all love Halloween. Who could disagree with that statement? Just because you’re vegan doesn’t mean you have to sit on the sidelines. No way!
Vegan Halloween Desserts
Today I’m sharing some of my favorite plant-based Halloween recipes with you so you can enjoy the good times, too! Let’s start with the sweet stuff, shall we?
You’ll enjoy treats like Vegan Monster Cookies, ginger cookies, pudding desserts, and more.
Ginger, cloves, and cinnamon are the secret ingredients flavoring these simple but amazingly-tasty and buttery Vegan Ginger Cookies.
Vegan Pumpkin Blondies are easy to make and so fun to eat because they bring the best of the fall flavors together in each and every bite!
Make these Vegan Halloween Pudding Cups for your halloween goblins! This recipe is made in a matter of minutes and is a dairy-free way to enjoy the holiday!
Have some fun with these Vegan Halloween Monster Cookies, a gooey chocolate cookie made colorful with fruity candies, and made cute with vegan googly eyes.
These Vegan Meringue Ghosts Blondie Bites are delicious and fun Halloween treats for everyone, and you won’t believe the secret meringue making ingredient!
Vegan Halloween Donuts
Hey, Halloween doesn’t just have to be an after-dinner treat. Why not get the day started with these Vegan monster donuts. Those vegan googly eyes can come in handy!
These vegan ginger donuts, topped with vanilla drizzle, are a sweet, ginger-spiced treat for your breakfast menu. A perfect weekend treat!
Enjoy these fluffy Vegan Pumpkin Cinnamon Sugar donuts that are baked, not fried, and coated with cinnamon and pumpkin spiced sugar. Sure to please!
Take a bite out of these Vegan Monster Donuts. They’re easy to make, fun to decorate, and delicious to eat. What more could you ask for!
These caramel donuts are infused with caramel flavor in the donuts and the glaze. Topped with chopped peanuts, they make the best breakfast!
Vegan Candy Recipes
Do you want to be known as the spooky vegan? Sounds like fun to me! So, if you’re into vegan Halloween treats, making some vegan Halloween chocolate treats is necessary. These vegan Halloween candy recipes include everything from vegan kit kats to peanut butter cups.
This vegan puppy chow, also known as muddy buddies, features crispy cereal coated in peanut butter, chocolate, and powdered sugar. So good!
Vegan Chocolate-Covered Pretzels are a tasty, sweet and salty treat. Pretzel Twists are coated in dark chocolate and vegan white chocolate.
These tasty Vegan Kit Kat Bars are the best! Imagine sweet wafer cookies with creamy filling dipped in dark chocolate! It’s easy and so good!
Making your own vegan peanut butter cups at home is easy and delicious. A creamy peanut butter filing is surrounded by rich dark chocolate.
This five-star Easy Vegan Fudge recipe makes a luscious, edible holiday gift. Share it with family, friends, and coworkers for the holidays!
Crispy and creamy combine in these Dark Chocolate Covered Almonds Recipe with Sea Salt. You’ll enjoy the creamy chocolate coating over raw, crunchy almonds.
Enjoy a spooky Halloween with these Vegan Candy Corn Marshmallow Ghosts. Ready in 30 minutes, you’ll be entertaining your goblins in no time!
These Vegan Almond Joy Coconut Bites are made with less than 10 ingredients and all natural, whole foods. Enjoy these sweet, creamy treats any time!
These Vegan Three Muskateers Bars feature a creamy center covered in dark chocolate. This frozen treat is delicious in every bite!
Savory Halloween Recipes
Halloween doesn’t have to always be about sweets. You can make some great vegan savory recipes such as dips and vegan Halloween snacks. Serve up all this Vegan Halloween Party Food for your next scary fall party.
It’s time for a spinach-infused Green Monster Hummus. Bright green goodness served on crackers, chips, or on a sandwich!
Make this Black Bean Dip recipe with fresh ingredients and serve it warm or cold with tortilla chips. It’s a flavorful dip to serve any time!
Carrots are combined with savory ingredients to make this carrot hummus both a colorful and delicious way of staying on a healthy diet.
This vegan spinach dip is a creamy, garlic dip that makes snack time a treat. Serve this dip with chips, crackers, or veggies and enjoy.
Don’t you love all these spooky vegan Halloween recipes? Happy Halloween feasting!
- Preheat oven to 350°F/175°C. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
- In a mixing bowl, beat vegan butter on medium speed until light and fluffy, about 2 minutes. Add the sugars and beat for another minute.
- Beat in the vanilla and the flax egg. Set aside.
- In a separate bowl, combine the flour, cocoa, baking soda, baking powder, and salt. Whisk to combine. Pour the flour mixture into the butter mixture. Stir to combine. If the dough seems too crumbly at this point, add 1 tablespoon at a time (up to 4) of plant-based milk and stir to combine.
- Add most of the chocolate chips, reserving ¼ cup for the final step.
- Drop cookie dough balls by rounded tablespoonful (using a cookie dough dispenser helps make the cookies evenly sized) onto a prepared baking sheet, leaving about 2 inches between each. Press the dough balls gently to flatten.
- Bake for 8 to 10 minutes. Remove the cookies from the oven and place and transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.
- Once the cookies have cooled completely, melt the reserved ¼ cup of chocolate chips in the microwave (for about 11 seconds, then stir), and using a butter knife or other utensil, place a dollop of melted chocolate on the cookie, followed by a Skittle. Do 3 to 4 per cookie, with different colors. Use the same process to add two googly eyes to each cookie.
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This post was originally published in 2018 and was updated to include new photos and new text in 2021.