Even though our household is not strictly vegan, since we spent a month eating vegan, I still occasionally whip up a vegan meal. Sometimes, it’s just for us, but other times, it’s for a vegan friend. As I was collecting all of these recipes for delicious Halloween Treats for posts, I decided to take the time to collect some vegan treats for Halloween, too.
Check out our list of vegan treats and let us know what you think of them by leaving a comment below.
Easy Candy Apples
This recipe makes the best candied applies. If you have always wanted to know how to make candy apples on a stick, this is for you! Just make sure that you use a plant based food coloring to keep it vegan.
Jack-o-lanterns are usually orange. What makes this orange jack-o-lantern unique is that he’s made from an orange. It’s a cute way to encourage your kids to eat fruit on Halloween instead of just candy. Don’t look so skeptical, it works with my kids.
Pumpkin Fruit Cups
These pumpkin fruit cups do not contain pumpkin, but they are decorated to look like a pumpkin. These are a great treat to pack in a school lunch or serve at a children’s party. To keep them vegan, avoid the fruit cups with gelatin. (It’s made from animal products.)
Vegan Bat Truffles
A vegan chocolate and coconut truffle made with Amy’s Sunny bars, brownies, and fair trade chocolate that’s shaped like a bat is the perfect Halloween treat for your vegan friends.
Witch Hat Cookies (Vegan)
These vegan witch hat cookies require only 3 ingredients and your creative magic.
Peanut Butter Spiders
Here are some delicious and fun-to-make spiders for this Halloween season! Make these tasty snacks and kids will love to eat them!
4-Ingredient Homemade Mounds Bars (Gluten-Free, Vegan, Paleo)
A homemade candy bar recipe that couldn’t be easier! 4-Ingredient Homemade Mounds Bars! This copycat coconut and chocolate treat is gluten-free, vegan, paleo, top-8 allergy-free, much healthier without the junk, but still delicious!
Homemade Twix Bars (Vegan)
These homemade Twix bars feature a creamy layer of caramel between shortbread and chocolate, just like the classic candy bar!
Homemade Snickers (Vegan)
These easy homemade snickers feature nougat, caramel, peanuts and chocolate, just like the classic candy bar!
Pumpkin Spice Rice Krispie Treats
Pumpkin Spice Rice Krispie Treats! Crisp, soft, and chewy, these easy gluten-free, vegan, and allergy-free Rice Krispie treats are perfect for fall or Halloween! No marshmallows needed, nut-free, loaded with real pumpkin, and topped with a dairy-free white chocolate drizzle! A lower-sugar recipe that’s an ideal kid-friendly dessert or sweet snack!
Gluten Free Halloween Ghost Cupcakes (Vegan, Allergy Free)
These cute and spooky Gluten-Free Ghost Cupcakes are perfect for Halloween! These super easy cupcakes are vegan, allergy-free, and perfect for kids! Made with a simple black chocolate cupcake base and dairy-free vanilla buttercream frosting. Whether you need a unique Halloween party treat or a simple non-candy dessert, these are a must!
Matcha Popsicles–Zombie Vegan Ice Lollies
Zombie vegan ice lollies are a healthy Halloween treat that only takes minutes to prepare. Everyone loves this simple snack!
That concludes our collection of 12 vegan treats for Halloween. Do any of them sound good to you? What is your favorite? Let us know by leaving a comment below.
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6 thoughts on “12 Vegan Treats for Halloween”
Thanks a lot for sharing this amazing and super easy to make recipes! It tasted so delicious and flavorful! Loved it, will surely have this again! Highly recommended!
Alyssa, Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. There are a lot of these vegan treats, and it is hard to choose just one.
So many creative ideas for Halloween! I want to make them all!
Gwynn, I want to make them all, too. I guess it’s an occupational hazard. So many recipes and not enough time.
I’m so happy to have stumbled across this post because I happen to be hosting a Halloween event next week and have a guest that follows a vegan diet. Now I have several recipes to choose from. Thanks!
Jessica, I have some vegan friends, too, so I’m always looking for new things to make for them. I’m glad you found it helpful. Tjanks for taking the time to leave a comment.