21 scarily delicious vegan Halloween recipe ideas

Author: Rachel Smith

Surprise your friends, family, and any trick-or-treaters with these scarily delicious vegan Halloween recipes this Autumn.

It’s nearly our favourite day of the year, Halloween. So in celebration, we’ve rounded up the most spooktacular and delicious vegan Halloween recipes from around the (spider)web to freak out your friends and family.

1. Hemp Marzipan Superfood Monsters

These healthy Halloween monsters are made using raw vegan hemp marzipan!  They get their naturally vibrant colouring from plant pigments, phytonutrients which are found in raw and organic superfood powders such as acai and spirulina, so there is no need to add in any nasty artificial colours.

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2. Ghost Cupcakes

Spook out your friends and family this Halloween with these vegan ghost cupcakes that are blacker than your soul! 

3. Halloween Stuffed Peppers

We love stuffed peppers all year round, but this Halloween-themed recipe is a great way to make sure your kids have eaten their vegetables before they head out trick or treating.

Vegan Halloween Stuffed Peppers

4. Vegan Halloween Tagine with Pumpkins & Mushrooms

When the cold nights draw in, nothing is more comforting than a warming stew. Get creative with puff pastry and create your own graveyard scene to sit atop this slow-cooked Halloween tagine.

Vegan Halloween Tagine with Pumpkins & Mushrooms

5. Healthy Halloween Apples with Date Caramel

If you’re looking for a healthier alternative to the traditional toffee apple try these healthy Halloween apples instead. Smothered in date caramel and rolled in chopped nuts, they’re refined sugar-free and packed with vitamins.

Healthy Halloween Apples with Date Caramel

6. Spooky Spirulina Smoothie 

With a colour that’s bound to get you in the festive Halloween spirit, give this spooky spirulina smoothie recipe a try this October.

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7. Vegan Pumpkin Jerky Recipe

If you’re carving up a pumpkin to decorate your home, don’t let the inside go to waste. Instead, use it to make this vegan pumpkin jerky which is rich in beta-carotene and vitamin C.

Vegan pumpkin jerky

8. Vegan Treacle Toffees

Give the kids a real treat this year and have a bowl of these homemade vegan treacle toffees waiting to hand out to any lucky trick or treaters.

Vegan Treacle Toffees

9. Gluten Free & Vegan Pumpkin Muffins

With their beautifully blend of spices, these vegan pumpkin muffins are a scrumptious autumnal treat.

Vegan pumpkin muffins with skeleton cupcake cases cooling on a rack

10. Charcoal Protein Smoothie

Go to the dark side with this striking coloured smoothie. Made with a little charcoal powder, it’s great for breakfast the day after a Halloween party.

High-Protein Activated Charcoal Smoothie

11. Vegan Roasted Pumpkins Stuffed with Quinoa and Pomegranate

This colourful dish tastes every bit as good as it looks! Stuffed with quinoa and pomegranate, this vegan stuffed pumpkin recipe is a must-make this autumn.

Vegan Roasted Pumpkins Stuffed with Quinoa and Pomegranate

12. Swamp Monster Slow Cooker Jackfruit Gumbo 

This chunky stew is full of okra, tomatoes, vegan sausage and stringy jackfruit, so it will give you plenty of energy for busting all those ghosts and ghouls!

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13. Vegan Frankenstein Brown Rice Krispie Treats 

How about these Frankenstein Brown Rice Krispie Treats for size? They are an extremely fun way to celebrate the season while remaining true to your vegan roots, and kids will love helping you make them!  

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14. Vegan Zombie Brain Cupcakes

Despite their horrifying appearance, these raspberry-flavoured cupcakes are absolutely delicious and are sure to be a hit at your Halloween party. 

15. Double Chocolate Halloween Cheesecake

Go over to the dark side this Halloween with this dark and delicious Halloween cheesecake. This deceptively wholesome dessert gets its otherworldly look from activated charcoal and is made from healthy ingredients and natural sweeteners.

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16. Easy Raspberry Halloween Mummy Pies

These blood curdlingly delicious vegan hand pies are made with just three ingredients and are the perfect hand-held party food.

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17. Gluten-Free Mummy Cookies

We never thought we’d ever find Mummies cute, but these cookies prove they can be! Just look at those eyes!

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18. Pumpkin Squash Soup with Sage

Pumpkin and Butternut Squash Soup is perfect for Fall.  Serve it in these gorgeous pumpkin bowls for an extra special touch or in a regular bowl for a quick and easy weeknight dinner.

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19. Mini Pumpkin Vegan Cheesecake Jack-O-Lanterns

Not sure what to do with your leftover pumpkin? Make these bite-sized pumpkin cheesecakes!

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20. Monster Doughnuts 

These ghoulish doughnuts are baked, not fried, so are perfect for a little treat! 

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21. Graveyard Mousse Pots

Lemon poppyseed tombstone cookies paired with velvety chocolate mousse with a crumble topping. A deliciously spooky dessert perfect for Halloween!

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Heading out to a Halloween party this year? Dress to impress with these vegan Halloween costumes.

Written by

Rachel Smith

Having launched the brand's digital presence in 2015, Rachel shares her love for animals and the planet through her work as Vegan Food & Living’s Digital Editor. As a passionate vegan for over eight years, Rachel loves creating delicious vegan dessert recipes for her award-winning blog, Rawberry Fields. Rachel's recipes and photography have been featured in numerous international print and digital publications including the Daily Mail, Huffington Post, Thrive, and Buzzfeed. You can follow Rachel at @rawberryfields

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