Best Vegan Halloween Recipes
Get ready for Halloween with this list of the best vegan Halloween recipes! These treat recipes are great for both adult and kids Halloween parties and are the perfect homemade alternative to store-bought treats.
Vegan Halloween Recipes
Whether you're looking for chocolate peanut butter cups, Twix, rice crispies or spooky party treats, you'll find the perfect vegan version on this list!
The recipes on this list on refined sugar-free, gluten-free and dairy-free. Most are oil-free but you will find coconut oil in some of them.
It wasn't easy to narrow this list of healthy homemade Halloween treats down and even harder will be where to start! Thanks to all the bloggers included for their amazing recipes! Have a safe and spooky Halloween!
Healthy Caramel Popcorn Recipe
You're gonna need something to snack on while handing out all that Halloween candy. I'd say this Healthy Caramel Popcorn Recipe is just about perfect. Made with real maple syrup and coconut oil, this healthier snack won’t last long.
Spooky Peanut Butter Rice Krispy Treats
You don't need much to make these vegan peanut butter rice crispy treats. They're just delicous on their own but coconut butter, popsicle sticks and vegan chocolate chips turn them into cute Halloween ghosts! Perfect for the party spread table!
3-Ingredient Halloween Apple Bites
How perfect are these healthy apple bites from Oh She Glows! These would be great for any Halloween party spread or just for a fun, healthy Halloween-themed after-school or weekend snack. You can't go wrong with apples, almonds and peanut butter! These are just too cute, aren't they?
Vegan Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Balls
These sweet treats are easy to make and would be a perfect addition to a Halloween party platter. Everyone loves peanut butter and chocolate! You can use almond butter too, or sunflower seed butter to make them nut-free.
Easy Vegan Chocolate
What list would be complete without a recipe for raw vegan chocolate! Making raw vegan chocolate at home is simple, all you need is coconut oil or cacao butter, cocoa or cacao powder and a sweetener such as pure maple syrup.
Depending on how much work you want to put in and how exact you want to be will determine just how incredibly delicious the final result will be. When I need a quick fix without much effort, I simply stir together approximately equal amounts of cacao powder, maple syrup and coconut oil, pour into silicone baking cups, top each with a pinch of sea salt and let them sit in the freezer until solid.
Check out Minimalist Baker's version made with cacao butter for an ultra-smooth, melt-in-your-mouth chocolate you will love.
Nakd Graveyard Chocolate Mousse Pots
How cute are these adorable graveyard mousse pots from Wallflower Kitchen?! The mousse is made from avocado, maple syrup and cocoa powder with a raw energy bar crumbled on top. You could make your own "dirt" by blending dates, cocoa powder and coconut or nuts until it forms a dough, then crumbling it on top.
The little tombstone cookies are made with ground almonds, lemon and poppyseed for a yummy, citrus twist. These may take a few steps to assemble but they'd be a hit at any Halloween party or scary movie marathon.
Amazing vegan Snickers bars you can make at home with just 8 ingredients. You will love this DIY version of the classic candy bar.
The ghosts for these little cupcakes are actually made with the 2-ingredient Marshmallow Fluff by Chocolate Covered Katie which is easy to make with just a can of chickpeas and some sweetener! Use it to top your favourite chocolate vegan cupcakes and then create the ghost's face using a few vegan chocolate chips! How adorable!
Homemade “Rolo” Knock-Offs
Rolo was never my favourite candy growing up but homemade chocolate date balls on the other hand? Definitely a favourite of mine. I love date caramel and date caramel coated in vegan chocolate is even better. Add a plate of these 5-ingredient raw vegan Rolo knock-offs to your Halloween party and everyone will be asking for the recipe! Gluten-free too.
Raw Vegan Caramel Apples
There are a few amazing vegan caramel apple recipes out there and it was really hard to choose just one. I love this one from Rawsome Vegan Life though. I'm definitely making these for Halloween!
Homemade Twix Bars
This recipe for homemade Twix Bars is a game changer! When you take a bite, you won’t believe that this delicious bar is gluten-free and vegan. These 3-step bars are fairly straightforward to make and any effort required will be well worth it. Simply whip up the shortbread crust, followed by the caramel and finally the chocolate coating.
Vegan Milky Way
With just a handful of ingredients and minimal work, you'll be ready to enjoy these amazing Vegan Milky Way Bars from Minimalist Baker! All you need is dates, chocolate and a couple other basic ingredients.
Vegan Butterfinger Candy Bars
Yes, you read that right! Vegan Butterfingers! You'll need mulberries to make these Raw Vegan Butterfinger Bars. Mulberries are one of my favourite ingredients and you should be able to find them in your local natural food store, possibly in a well-stocked grocery store and if not, they're readily available online. Other than that about all you need is peanuts, sweetener and chocolate! Kids will love this healthier version of the popular candy bar.
Chocolate Pumpkin Butter Cups
These chocolate pumpkin butter cups make a healthy Halloween treat filled with warming spices, pumpkin puree and nut butter!
Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
These tasty homemade chocolate peanut butter cups taste just like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups thanks to a secret ingredient: nutritional yeast! Intrigued? Check them out! This is one of my most popular recipes.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Rice Crispy Treats
This easy, 5-ingredient recipe for chocolate-topped PB rice crispy treats that taste like peanut butter cups and are completely vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free. No butter or sugar involved!
3 Ingredient Homemade Crunch Bars
You only need 3 simple ingredients to make these crispy homemade crunch bars! Can you guess what they are? Chances are you already have them on hand! These are a must this Halloween. Gluten-free too!
Paleo Witch Finger Cookies
The classic witch fingers cookies get a healthy, gluten free, paleo AND vegan makeover! They’re easy to make and always a hit at Halloween parties! I love this recipe for Vegan Witch Finger Cookies from Food Faith Fitness and they're sure to a hit with both kids and adults. You only need a few simple ingredients such as coconut flour and coconut oil to make them.
Vegan Halloween Pudding Cups Recipe
Entertaining this Halloween? These chocolate pudding cups are the perfect way to have some fun with your guests while keeping it vegan and dairy-free.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Spiderweb Brownies
Brownies covered in spider webs? Sounds like Halloween to me! Bonus - these decadently rich brownies are vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free.
5-Ingredient Vegan Pumpkin Pie Fudge
This easy pumpkin pie fudge has the most amazing texture and you only need 5-ingredients to make it!
Vegan Pumpkin Truffles
Quick and easy, vegan and gluten-free pumpkin bites that are perfect for any party!
No-Bake Vegan Almond Joy Bars
Can't forget the almond joy bars for all you chocolate coconut-lovers! These bars are perfect for a sweet and healthy treat, with no baking required!
Frankenstein Brown Rice Krispie Treats
This recipe does call for vegan butter and you'll have to get your hands on some vegan marshmallows too but they're just so cute they had to be included! Other than those ingredients, all you need is cereal, non-dairy chocolate and sprinkles! Kids would love these!
Bloody Cups for Halloween Recipe
These spooky Bloody Cups are filled with a yummy raspberry sauce – making it the perfect treat for Halloween! Bonus - they are vegan, gluten-free and you only need 3 ingredients to make them!
This post was originally published October 28, 2016. It was updated September 2019 to include some new recipes.
So many yummy bites!
I tried making the vegan caramel apples, delicious! Will save this recipe for next year! I think I’m going to have to put in some extra brushing and flossing time.