15 Delicious Vegan Halloween Recipes – Grape Snakes & More

With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time for some spooky treats – or tricks! – for the festive season. Celebrate in style with these vegan Halloween recipes that will impress all your guests, or may leave them quivering with fear! 

In this ghoulish roundup, you’ll find scary and amusing candies, appetizers, and mains, all the components you need for a successful Halloween bash! 

15 Delicious Vegan Halloween Recipes - Grape Snakes & More

Of course, all the recipes listed in this article are 100% vegan-friendly, with a few gluten-free and low-sugar options thrown in the mix. 

You won’t be short of delicious Halloween recipes with this guide! So, without further ado, let’s get straight into 15 delicious vegan Halloween recipes. From coconut ghosts and mummy cookies to spooky pot pie and Jack O’Lantern salads – there is something for everyone. 

1. Grape Snakes

This is a fun recipe that even the kids can get involved with to create some healthy grape snakes. 

All you need are skewers, seedless grapes, and currants for these grape snakes. The beauty of this recipe is that it’s completely customizable; make it as simple or impressive as you like. 

If you’re looking for some Halloween activities then you can’t go wrong with these snakes. They’re both fitting and delicious. 

2. Bloody Cups

These chilling Bloody Cups are jam-packed with raspberry sauce – making them the perfect Halloween treat. They are both gluten-free and vegan, and with only 3 ingredients, you can whip them up in no time. 

Essentially, these are similar to Peanut Butter Cups, but with a simple raspberry sauce filling instead. 

Here, you’ll find the perfect combination of tart raspberries and smooth chocolate. If you’re making these for children, consider adding a touch more sugar to sweeten up the raspberries. 

3. Dark Chocolate Coconut Ghosts 

One of the scariest things about Halloween is the amount of pure sugar one can consume within a night. Although, this no longer has to keep you up at night as these Dark Chocolate Coconut Ghosts provide all the fun of Halloween without the added sugar! 

An everything-free extra dark cupcake mix combined with a ghostly white glaze comes together to create these slightly spooky but mostly delicious cupcakes. 

4. Halloween Owl Cupcakes 

October is the month for pumpkins, wooly sweaters, and open fires, but, more importantly, it is also Halloween season! 

What better way to celebrate Halloween than with these adorably fierce Owl Cupcakes?! Not only are they extremely adorable but they’re incredibly chocolatey, vegan, and easy to make – perfect for your next Halloween party! 

The only problem you’ll face when making these cupcakes is that they look too good to eat! However, if you can get past the adorableness, then they taste absolutely delicious!

The best part? Your kids will go crazy for these! The recipe is simple enough so that small children can provide a helping hand in baking and decorating, the perfect way to spend your Halloween day. 

5. Spooky Skull Vegan Pot Pie

Make your Halloween dinner the spookiest it has ever been with this Spooky Skull Vegan Pot Pie recipe

If you’ve had enough of the sweet Halloween treats then this savory pot pie is everything you’ve been looking for. 

Inside you’ll find various healthy vegetables, an array of spices, and a thick crust which all comes together for a deliciously steamy, hearty meal – the perfect meal to come home to after a night of trick or treating. 

6. Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

It’s not Halloween without one recipe containing pumpkin and this Pumpkin Pie Smoothie recipe provides just that and more. 

What you’ll be left with is a vegan pumpkin smoothie with a hint of cinnamon that tastes like pumpkin pie but in liquid form. 

Not only is it incredibly easy to make, but the ending results are silky and so creamy – the perfect fall drink. 

7. Scary Halloween Monster Bites

While these Monster Bites may be more cute than scary, they still make a delectable Halloween party treat. Plus, they’re easy to make, delicious, and healthy – the perfect combination. 

These spooky bats and scary spiders are made using delicious chocolate and creamy peanut butter to form the perfect bite-sized treats. 

The best part? They make for a quick and easy dessert. In fact, they are so easy that your kids will be able to join in on the fun. 

With only 5 simple ingredients and under 30 minutes of your time, you’ll have a batch of these spooky monsters whipped up in no time. 

8. Raspberry Halloween Mummies 

If you’re looking for the ultimate easy Halloween party food, then these 3 ingredients Raspberry Halloween Mummies are sure to be a hit. Plus, they are blood-curdling scrumptious – what more could you ask for?! – the perfect way to get into the Halloween spirit. 

On top of this, they are adaptable, versatile, and oh-so-easy to whip up. Add edible eyes to bring these babies – or should we say, mummies! – to life. 

9. BOOgles With Vegan Maple Cinnamon ‘Scream’ Cheese

Despite their name, these little guys are harmless. In fact, they are the perfect way to get your kids to the breakfast table on Halloween day – they’re sure to be a huge hit!

The best part? They are extremely easy to throw together, you’ll want to make them every day, and your children can get in on the fun, too. 

10. Chocolate Pumpkin Tart

For some Halloween fun, make this spiderweb-themed vegan, paleo, and gluten-free Chocolate Pumpkin Tart. 

If you’re looking to dress up a decadent chocolate pumpkin tart for the Halloween occasion, then this cobweb pattern is an easy yet effective way of doing so. 

Finish the tart off with a spider and you’re all set. 

11. Creepy Halloween Candy Creatures

If you’re looking for realistic candies that will shock your guests, then you’ve come to the right place. 

These Creepy Halloween Candy Creatures are the ultimate Halloween trick. From maggots and woodworms to earthworms and slugs, your guests won’t know what’s real or not!

Made with marzipan paste, you can change and modify them into whatever shapes your desire. Plus, it is extremely easy to color and transforms – the perfect tool for scaring your friends and family. 

The best part? Not only are these marzipan figures healthy but they are also completely vegan. So, while it may look like you’re eating creepy crawlies, no animal was hurt in the process. 

Place your creepy candy creatures on a bed of cocoa powder for the perfect mud-like environment to home your creations. 

12. Mummy Cookies 

As Halloween approaches, it brings a whole lot of craftiness. If this is the scariest thing about Halloween for you, then don’t worry. These Mummy Cookies will help you overcome any creative fears you may have. 

Not only are these cookies fun and cute but they are also incredibly easy to make. In as little as 30 minutes, you’ll have some impressive cookies that look like they took hours to make. 

With simple ingredients and fuss-free toppings, you could even get the children to do the hard part for you: the decorating. 

13. Vegan Dark Chocolate Cupcakes With Marshmallow Ghosts 

While these ghosts may look like they’re the ones getting a fright instead scaring others. Nonetheless, they’re incredibly delicious and make for a fun treat to serve at Halloween. 

This is a completely no-bake recipe, all you have to do is combine the toppings with the cakes to whip up these treats in a matter of minutes. 

14. Worms and Dirt Pudding Cups

If you’re looking for a tasty dessert that is sure to make your kids squirm, then these worms and dirt pudding cups are the way to go. 

If you’re unfamiliar with pudding cups, let us break it down for you: it is a chocolate pudding base topped with cookie crumbles and gummy worms. 

For this recipe, we have a super creamy almond milk pudding base topped with a crunchy no-bake orange chocolate cookie crumble with homemade agar gummy worms. 

15. Jack O’Lantern Fruit Salad

Looking for some colorful additions to your Halloween buffet? Then consider making the Jack O’Lantern Fruit Salad. 

What better way to enjoy a fruit salad than inside the head of an orange pumpkin? It’s a super fun way to get your children to eat their fruits. 

Final Thoughts

Halloween is the perfect time to test your creativity, and what better way to do so than with these recipes?

Whether you’re hosting a Halloween party, looking for some unique trick-or-treat snacks, or simply looking to get into the Halloween spirit, then achieve this and more with these recipes. 

We have a whole range of recipes for you to choose from. Ranging in difficulty, sweetness, and savoriness – there is something for everyone. So, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and start baking.

Hopefully, this guide has provided you with everything you need to make some delicious vegan Halloween treats.

Eve Mason
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