22 Vegan Halloween Treats

Tempted by all those sweet snacks this Halloween? Never fear! These vegan Halloween treats will help you avoid unhealthy snacks, but still let you have a little fun!

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1. Chocolate Halloween Ghost Cake

I hope you’ll love this Gluten-Free Vegan Halloween Ghost Cake – think chocolate sponge, luxurious chocolate buttercream and adorable poached pear ghost decorations!


2. Candy Skullcrushers

These are not technically white chocolate, they do not contain any cacao butter. But they are very similar to white chocolate in taste, with a similar sweetness and flavor from the vanilla extract!

From: WallflowerKitchen

3. Peanut Butter Spider Cookies

Make these peanut butter spider cookies but make sure you eat them before they eat you! My peanut butter cookie recipe is so simple with only four ingredients and packs the most peanut flavor I’ve ever tasted in a cookie. I recommend crunchy peanut butter to get the full effect!

From: SunnysideHanne

4. Spooky Mummy Cupcakes

These cute and spooky mummy cupcakes are sure to be the hit of the Halloween party! These chocolate cupcakes are gluten free, vegan, and easy to make!

From: ThePrettyBee

5. Eggless Meringue Ghosts

These meringue ghosts are so cute and fluffy! The perfect Halloween treat for anyone; kids, adults, and your scary monster guests!


6. Pastry Voodoo Dolls

This Halloween, shake things up a bit with these VEGAN Pastry Voodoo Dolls – not as sugary as the usual treats, but quite interesting, delicious and even healthy! No food colors or anything artificial used here!

From: LoveIsInMyTummy

7. Frankenstein Rice Krispies Treats

These haunted allergy-friendly Rice Krispies will be the delight of any Halloween party! Easy and no bake! They only require a few additional items to make them come alive!

From: AllergyAwesomeness

8. Homemade Oreos

All I needed to do was turn the white filling into an orange glow (I used this food coloring which is gluten-free and vegan). Piece of cake!

From: ForkAndBeans

9. Halloween Bark

Halloween Bark is a new concept for me, but I fell in love with the idea instantly. What’s not to love? Who doesn’t want all of their favorite treats floating on chocolate for ease and convenience to the belly? Who doesn’t want to shout “Just shove all the sugary things into my face!” come Halloween time? It can’t just be me.

From: HouseVegan

10. Spiderweb Brownies

Chocolate Peanut Butter Spiderweb Brownies (V, GF, DF): a spooky Halloween recipe for decadently rich brownies covered in peanut butter spiderwebs! Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free.

From: BeamingBaker

11. Monster Witch Cupcakes

These are the cupcakes I made for my son’s Halloween party. They are called “Monster Witch” because the frosting is a witch hat and the eyes are what make them monstery-ish (is that a word?). But anywho, they are so fun and the kids absolutely love them!

From: NeuroticMommy

12. Chocolate Sugar Cookie Bats

A chocolaty treat that’s spooktacular. Kids can enjoy rolling and cutting out the shapes, just like regular sugar cookie dough, but with a fun chocolate twist. These Chocolate Sugar Cookies Bats are free of: wheat, dairy, egg, soy, peanut & tree nut free; top-8-free & vegan.

From: AllergyAwesomeness

13. Monster Halloween Candy Bark

I just want to sit in silence as I eat this Monster Halloween Candy Bark, is that okay? Can you turn the lights out too when you go? I prefer my last days of sugar intake to be done in the darkness. I want to say my goodbyes properly.

From: ForkAndBeans

14. Vegan Peeps

In my opinion there is no reason why being a vegan should deter you from enjoying the foods you once loved. That is my philosophy anyway. There are always creative ways to maneuver around the guidelines in order to find rules to break (and have Peeps to be made)…especially when they are in ghost form, perfect for Halloween to come!

From: ForkAndBeans

15. Bloody Eyeball Dessert

One creepy-cool recipe for a bloody eyeball dessert, AKA Vegan Panna Cotta. It’s amazing, easy and the result is creeptacularly fun! It’s definitely going into the Halloween recipe hall of fame in my book!

From: NerdyMamma

16. Mummied Bananas

My eldest son helped me brainstorm some spooky recipes I could make to feature on here. It was really fun to get my kids involved with the recipe planning, and then cooking as well – sure, it takes longer and it gets a bit messy sometimes, but isn’t that what being a kid is all about? It’s the experience that counts!

From: VieDeLaVegan

17. Halloween Sugar Cookies

These vegan Halloween cookies are easy to make, don’t need to chill, and are a cute dairy-free Halloween treat.

From: SaltAndLavender

18. Monster Cupcakes

These Vegan Halloween Cupcake Monsters are more sweet than spooky with a dark chocolate cupcake, naturally purple frosting fur, and big green grape eyes! Vegan, gluten-free, naturally colored.

From: FeastingOnFruit

19. Vampire Bite Cupcakes

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!

From: VNutritionAndWellness

20. Mummy Cookies

What scares me most about Halloween? Craftiness. But these simple mummy cookies helped me overcome some creative fears without pushing outside of my comfort zone!

From: GoDairyFree

21. Creepy Crawly Sugar Cookies

Celebrate the holiday with these Halloween Sugar Cookies. Rich and buttery with a soft center and a crispy outside, you’re going to love these creepy crawly sugar cookies.

From: MyDarlingVegan

22. Bloody Cups

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!

From: ElephantasticVegan

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