To keep things plant-based this Halloween, give these spooky vegan Halloween recipes a whirl.
They’re just as tasty and just as creepy as any other recipe. But this way, all the little monsters can dig in!
Are you looking for Halloween recipes with no meat, no eggs, and no dairy?
Great news! I’ve gathered 37 of my all-time favorite vegan Halloween recipes for this list.
After all, whether you’re a toddler, teen, or adult, Halloween is all about having fun.
And these vegan recipes are some of the most exciting and festive you’ll find. You don’t even have to be vegan to enjoy them.
Who said healthy foods have to be plain? These healthy Halloween monster mouths are anything but!
They’re fun, festive, and even a little creepy.
And there’s not a single non-vegan or unhealthy ingredient in sight.
Serve these at your Halloween party, and everyone will want seconds.
Want a cuter version of the monster mouths?
The ones on this Halloween tray are adorable, as are the banana ghosts and Cutie pumpkins.
This Halloween snack tray is more than just healthy.
It’s also delicious, colorful, and ridiculously festive. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
And if you add your own healthy snacks to it, come back and tell me about it!
Stuffed peppers are always a yummy treat, even when they’re vegan.
But did you know you can also make them Halloween-themed with some creative cutting?
Carve tiny Jack-O-Lantern faces on them for instant Halloween goodies.
They’re savory, hearty, and full of south-of-the-border flair. No one will be able to resist them.
Nope. That’s not burned gnocchi on your screen. It’s black cat gnocchi, and it’s scrumptious.
You can whip up this dish in 45 minutes with five simple ingredients.
It’s a Halloween dinner option the whole family can enjoy.
Not sure you want to give jet-black gnocchi a try? No problem. Try gnocchi in pumpkin sauce instead.
It doesn’t look as festive as the black version above.
However, the rich, decadent flavors of pumpkin and sage make it perfect for Halloween. (Or any fall meal, for that matter.)
Don’t forget to swap out the heavy cream for coconut milk and use vegan parmesan.
I adore cookies with crisp edges and tender centers. That’s what these pumpkin sugar cookies are.
They’re also sweet, slightly spiced, and full of goodness.
If you want to really take them up a notch, add pumpkin buttercream frosting. That’ll knock them out of the park.
These chewy chocolate cookies are so soft that they practically fall apart in your mouth.
And despite being vegan, they’re incredibly buttery and decadent.
Just be sure you make enough for everyone because no one will stop at just one.
Mummies are an extremely popular Halloween go-to. I think it’s because it’s so easy to turn anything into a mummy!
These cupcakes are one of my favorite examples of mummy-themed treats, though.
They’re rich and chocolatey, light and fluffy. And the vegan buttercream mummy frosting is just adorable.
It doesn’t get much cuter than these little guys.
Of course, some people like more icing on their cupcakes.
In that case, these cupcake monsters may be the better choice for you.
They, too, are light, airy, and chocolatey. However, these have a lot more frosting.
Don’t worry! It’s (moderately) healthy frosting made from maple syrup and purple sweet potatoes.
Add the fruit and chocolate chip eyes, and they’re ready to serve!
You shouldn’t overlook these rich little ghost cupcakes, either. Not only are they cute and tasty, but they’re also allergy-free.
You make them without dairy products, animal products, nuts, gluten, or soy. And believe it or not, they still taste great.
11. Mummy Meatballs
Take Halloween up a notch with these vegan mummy meatballs.
Use your favorite recipe for vegetarian meatballs. (Or buy them from the frozen section.)
Then, mummy-wrap them in crescent roll dough and bake them.
When they come out of the oven, add marinara dots for the eyes.
You can also take the same approach with plant based hot dogs. This vegan recipe shows you how.
Best of all, you can whip up half a dozen or more in less than 30 minutes.
These tasty treats include smooth, luscious vegan chocolate pudding and graham crackers.
Crumble up vegan chocolate cookies for ‘graveyard’ dirt. Then, decorate the tombstones however you like.
They’re a quick and easy vegan treat that kids and adults will appreciate.
If you’re anything like me, you probably have a mischievous side. Mine always comes out in full force around Halloween.
If yours does, too, you have to try these bloody cups.
They’re like Reese’s Cups, only with a raspberry sauce filling instead of peanut butter.
They taste sweet, indulgent, and chocolatey with a bright, tangy fruit filling. Yum!
Of all the items on this list, these are some of the most gruesome. I don’t know why, but these freak me out more than anything else.
They really do look like dismembered witches’ fingers! Of course, that’s also what makes them fun.
As I’ve already mentioned, mummies are a big deal on Halloween.
If you want to capitalize on that, give these simple vegan pizzas a try.
It takes just 35 minutes and practically no effort to make them.
The ingredients list is short, and the steps in the recipe are straightforward.
It’s an easy vegan recipe perfect for getting your kids in the kitchen with you.
These Rice Krispie treats aren’t your average sugary snack.
Indeed, they’re crunchy, sweet, gooey, and sticky like all Rice Krispie treats. However, these look so much cooler.
You need natural green food coloring, non-dairy chocolate, and candy eyes.
With those things, you can turn any Rice Krispie treat into a Frankentreat.
Or, you could just dip them in melted white chocolate and add mummy wrapping!
I’m telling you, guys. Mummies are the IT thing at Halloween. You can’t beat them for convenience.
This black bean hummus isn’t the most appetizing dish on the list. But it’s Halloween!
You can get away with serving something that looks a little less than appealing.
Plus, this one requires just six ingredients and 15 minutes to make. (And no cooking!)
Add some parsley for hair and edible eyes, and call it a Halloween monster.
People will still eat it, I promise. And despite its appearance, it actually tastes great.
So once they take the first bite, the rest will disappear quickly.
I don’t know about you, but I could eat stuffed mushrooms for any occasion. And yes, that means even when they look like eyeballs.
These mushrooms are chewy, tender, savory, and herby.
They’re the ideal size for a single mouthful of yumminess, and that’s exactly what they are.
Any mushroom lover is sure to appreciate them.
If you love falafel, this recipe is an excellent option for you.
It’s the same classic, garlicky, falafel you know and love. The only difference is that you shape these into monster fingers.
Add almonds for fingernails and bloody them up with ketchup. They may look super gross, but they’re really pretty tasty.
Move over, stuffed peppers! They have nothing on these stuffed mini pumpkins!
This recipe is a fall favorite in my house, and not just for Halloween.
Each sweet and savory pumpkin combines herby rice, cranberries, pecans, and more.
It’s like an entire Thanksgiving dinner packed into a single-serve pumpkin.
I genuinely think I could eat these all year round and never get tired of them.
Even the kids in my family love them, and that’s saying something!
Give them a try if you want a hearty, healthy meal that’s vegan and gluten-free.
I know! I know! I’ve already had apple monsters on this list. Even so, I can’t get enough of them.
They’re the cutest, creepiest (but not really) Halloween treats. And kids love them.
As long as you like nuts and apples, you’ll love them, too.
These are simply mouth-wateringly delicious candy apples.
You get everything you enjoy about a candy apple from this recipe.
The only change you’ll make is adding food-grade charcoal to the mix.
That gives them their gorgeous, spooky, and shiny black sheen. Enjoy!
Do you enjoy mango salsa? Then wait until you try mango guacamole! It’s so good.
It mixes the garlicky, earthy taste of guac with the bright tanginess of mangoes.
Then, you’ll stuff it inside a Jack-O-Lantern-carved bell pepper for looks!
Serve them with tortilla chips for dipping, and watch how fast they disappear.
If single-serve guacamole isn’t your thing, don’t worry about it. Make a large batch instead.
Then, add sour cream webs and a black olive spider, or make a creepy monster face.
Either way, your lovely designs won’t last long. People are sure to dig right in, which is the point, after all.
So, mission accomplished, even if they do ruin your (not so) hard work.
Start your Halloween off right and impress the others at work with one simple smoothie.
This drink contains bananas, mangoes, carrots, and all kinds of nutritious stuff.
That alone is enough to start your day on a triumphant note.
But draw a Jack-O-Lantern face on your smoothie glass, anyway.
It’ll show your co-workers how fun and festive (and healthy) you can be.
This fragrant and flavorful fall punch will be a hit at any party or potluck.
It looks lovely and has a rich cinnamon-cider-and-citrus flavor.
Plus, it boasts an entire cup of rum and two bottles of champagne. That’s enough to get any party started.
Is there anything better on a cold night than a mug of warm milk? Maybe.
How about warm milk that’s also spiced and flavored with pumpkin puree? Yep, that might be even better.
And don’t worry! Being vegan doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy this phenomenal treat (thanks, dairy-free milk!).
These vegan smoothie parfaits are spectacularly spooky. There’s nothing spooky about their bright, tropical flavor, though.
They’re light, fruity, and full of healthy chia seeds.
It’s only the charcoal powder that gives them such a frightening appearance.
If you like to start your day with fruit, these are the ideal Halloween breakfast.
I know! These look so much like real brains that they should be on The Walking Dead, right?!
(Only much smaller than the real thing, of course.)
Still, don’t let their disturbing brain-like appearance fool you. These cupcakes are indulgent and delectable.
Oh, and don’t be afraid to make them look as gross as possible. It’s All-Hallows Eve, after all.
These stunning cheesecake brownies are breathtakingly beautiful.
They’re also thick, fudgy, and full of sweet and tangy chocolate cheesecake flavor.
Most people won’t believe these bad boys have no real cream cheese.
They taste too much like something you’d get at the Cheesecake Factory to be vegan.
Fortunately for vegans everywhere, they are. Even if they taste like the most self-indulgent cheesecake brownies you’ve ever tried.
You can whip up these warm, sweet desserts with only three ingredients.
You’ll need puff pastry dough, non-dairy milk, and your red jam of choice.
The recipe calls for raspberry. However, strawberry, cherry, or even watermelon jam (if you can find it) would also work.
You don’t even have to use red jam if you don’t want. Any color works.
These tiny, single-serve cheesecakes are so much fun. They look like miniature Jack-O-Lanterns and taste like heaven.
They’re the perfect mix of chocolate, pumpkin, sweetness, and tanginess. Don’t take my word for it, though.
Check them out for yourself, as the recipe is super simple.
Turn regular donuts into mummies and monsters by using the tips in this recipe.
It’s easy to do and won’t take much more time than ‘normal’ donuts would.
The only thing it does to the taste is to make them sweeter.
Plus, these donuts are gluten-free, vegan, and baked instead of fried. You can indulge in them without feeling guilty.
Chocolate and peanut butter go hand-in-hand. I think most people would put them together before they would PB&J these days.
These brownies certainly do, and they put them together in a fantastic way.
These thick, fudgy brownies are unbelievably good. You could serve them easily for any occasion.
To make them perfect for Halloween, just use peanut butter to make spiderwebs.
I know voodoo dolls are supposed to be scary. But seriously, who could be scared of these?!
They’re too stinking cute to frighten anyone.
And trust me, they taste just as good as they look.
You make them with non-dairy milk, puff pastry dough, and a homemade beet filling. Neat, huh?
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