30+ Vegan Halloween Recipes

Prepare for a plant-based spooktacular Halloween filled with creepy-crawly cupcakes, cauliflower brains, ghoulish snacks, and spooky drinks. This post has over 30 vegan Halloween recipes that inspire you! Did I mention that all the recipes are vegan and perfect for Halloween lovers of any age?

Collage: spider cupcakes, spooky fingers, Frankenstein smoothie and mummy pizza.

It’s that spooky time when everyone looks for new recipes to make Halloween memorable. Whether you’re looking for a vegan-friendly dish to bring to a potluck, an array of creepy-crawly sweets, or a spooky drink, I have you covered.

Vegan Halloween Sweets and Treats

What would a Halloween party be without cupcakes? I have ghost, spider, and mummy cupcake recipes that will make even the most curmudgeon of curmudgeons smile. Want something more on the treat side? Try making dirt cups, eyeball cake pops, slugs, or chocolate-covered spiders!

Are you looking for something less spooky? Try the recipe for vegan pumpkin cookies. They taste great and are perfect for littles that prefer the gentler side of Halloween. These cookies are so easy to make that even the littlest hands can join the fun!

Vegan Halloween Savory Snacks

For those who prefer savory over sweet, try making some of my favorite vegan Halloween snacks. There are mummy vegan and gluten-free hot dogs, spider dip, bone bread sticks, and mini pizzas!

Vegan Halloween Non-Alcoholic Drinks

Whether you’re hosting a party or want to enjoy a spooky drink at home with your kids, I have a few great vegan beverages to choose from. They include a Frankenstein smoothie with blueberry brains to a Halloween punch that can be served to a large group or party.

Roll up your sleeves, and let’s get cooking for a creepy and cooky Halloween!

Halloween Sweets and Treat Recipes

Halloween cupcakes with oreo spiders on top.

Vegan Halloween Cupcakes

If you fancy making some spooky, delicious, yet totally egg- and dairy-free treats, these vegan Halloween cupcakes are just the ticket, complete with dairy-free buttercream and Oreo spiders!

Several spiders on a plate.

Halloween Peanut Butter Spiders

These Halloween Peanut Butter Spiders are a lot of fun to make, super spooky-cute, and taste amazing! Make these sweet and adorable peanut butter protein critters for your little trick-or-treaters to enjoy. These no-bake, vegan treats are probably one of the easiest Halloween goodies you can ever make!

Hand holding a heart cookie decorated with a spider web.

Black Cocoa Cookies

Spider-web icing gives these cookies a fun and spooky feel that kids and adults will love! These cookies are organic and naturally colored. They’re even lower in sugar than the average vegan valentines cookies.

Marzipan slug worm up close.

Creepy Halloween Candy Creatures with Marzipan

Creepy Halloween Candy Creatures will be the ultimate realistic candy at your Halloween party! Your guests will think that those slugs, maggots, woodworms, and earthworms are for real.

Several pretzels with spooky eyes on them.

Spooky Halloween Ghost Pretzels – Allergy-Free and Vegan

These cute ghost pretzels are a fun Halloween treat to make with the kids. Simple to make with allergy-friendly pretzels dipped in vegan white chocolate and decorated with spooky eyes.

Cups of pudding topped with "dirt" and a spooky banana.

Halloween Dirt Cups

These Halloween dirt cups are easy to make with rich and creamy chocolate pudding, homemade chocolate cookie crumbs, and banana ghosts to treat kids of all ages.

Finished layered cake decorated with bats.

Chocolate Mint Cake

Perfect for a Halloween party of any age, this bat cake will surely bring smiles! It’s all vegan and has detailed step-by-step instructions, making it easy to make!

Several fingers on a table.

Halloween Zombie Fingers (GF)

Peeps, yes, it is that time of the year. HALLOWEEN!!! These Zombie Fingers Halloween party favors are no-bake Halloween treats that kids and adults alike will love. They are suitable for Gluten-Free and Vegan diets too.

Six ghost cupcakes with the front one up close.

Gluten-Free 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!

Several pumpkin cookies on a plate.

Homemade Little Debbie Pumpkin Delights Recipe (Gluten-Free, Vegan, Allergy-Free

This Homemade Little Debbie Pumpkin Delights recipe, is a copycat version of the seasonal treat you know and love! A healthier gluten-free, vegan, and allergy-free recipe for the soft pumpkin spiced cookies with a spooky carved face stuffed with pumpkin butter filling! A dessert that tastes like pumpkin pie, but you don’t have to wait for its limited-edition arrival!

Slice of pumpkin cream tart on a plate.

Gingersnap Pumpkin Cream Tart

Leave the scary behind and enjoy the flavors of Halloween with this Gingersnap Pumpkin Cream Tart. It features a luscious no-bake pumpkin cream filling and is much easier to make than pumpkin pie! It’s vegan and gluten-free but tastes indulgent.

Three chocolate spiders on a plate.

Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Spiders

These are the EASIEST spookiest treat for Halloween! All you need are 3 simple ingredients and 10 minutes. Enjoy this perfect vegan treat to bring to a Halloween party.

Four mummy cupcakes.

Mummy Cupcakes

These Vegan Mummy Cupcakes will be a hit at your spooky Halloween bash. They are fun to make, kid-friendly, and completely adorable! The mummy wrapping is piped with vegan buttercream, and the eyes are dotted with chocolate chips. It’s so easy!

Plate filled with bliss balls.

Pumpkin Pie Bliss Balls

Pumpkin Pie Bliss Balls – flavored with warm spices, these chewy, fudgy, soft bites of goodness are a wonderful treat any time of the day!

Dirt cups topped with candy pumpkins.

Dairy-Free Dirt Cups

Dirt cups are a fall classic with creamy chocolate pudding and crunchy Oreo cookies; there’s nothing better! These dirt cups are made with homemade vegan pudding ready in 15 minutes, classic Oreos (did you know they are dairy free?!), and vegan gummy worms!

ice cream in a bread pan with a scooper.

Halloween Fruit Kabobs

Festive Halloween Fruit Kabobs are so simple to make, and they’re such fun for parties, after-school snacks, or to dress up an October fruit tray. With lots of suggestions to customize them exactly the way you want, plus presentation ideas and delicious dips to serve them with, too!

Ice cream in a bread pan with scooper.

Pumpkin Ice Cream (No Coconut)

A few simple ingredients create this creamy, delicious pumpkin ice cream with a slightly nutty flavor! You’ll never know if it’s dairy-free and vegan.

Stack of cookies next to milk.

Gluten-Free Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Enjoy vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, wheat-free, and egg-free pumpkin chocolate chip cookies! They’re soft on the inside with a bit of crispiness on the outside. Each cookie is packed with warm pumpkin spices and loaded with chocolate chips.

Nine brownie squares.

Fudgy Vegan Pumpkin Brownies

Fudgy and gooey vegan pumpkin brownies are marbled with a pumpkin spice filling. These pumpkin brownies are a simple but decadent fall treat (prep time is just 10 minutes!), gluten-free, high in protein and fiber, and require no special equipment.

Seven eye ball cake pops.

Eyeball Cake Pops

These Halloween-inspire Vegan Eyeball Cake Pops are the perfect treat! A core of gooey vegan chocolate chip cookie dough wrapped with a sweet white chocolate shell. They’re a guaranteed hit!

Six pumpkin truffles on a plate with a bite taken out of the foremost truffle.

Vegan Pumpkin Chocolate Chp Cookie Dough Truffles

These Vegan Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Truffles are bite-sized steads! The oh-so-soft dough is stuffed with chocolate chips and melts in your mouth. Shaped like little pumpkins, they’re perfect for any fall gathering.

A caramel apple slice on a toothpick.

Caramel Apple Slices

Fun caramel apple slices will bring out the kid in everyone. This easy recipe is ready in no time and super fun to eat!

Halloween Savory Snacks

Four pasties on a plate.

Harry Potter Pumpkin Pasties

Curious about what pumpkin pasties from the “Harry Potter” series taste like? This is my take on the treat enjoyed by the characters in the books! These pumpkin pasties also happen to be vegan!

Dip topped with an orange spider made out of a bell pepper.

Spooky Spider Halloween Appetizer Dip

The spooky yet adorable “pepper spider” can top any veggie dip you like (although we love it with scary-good green dips). It’s fun and easy to make and can even be created ahead of time, so your spider is all ready to go, just waiting to make a spooktacular appearance on your Halloween appetizer buffet!

Cauliflower brain on a plate.

Halloween Roasted Cauliflower Brain

Make this spooky and grotesque Roasted Cauliflower Brain for your next Halloween party or dinner table. This is a really delicious, gluten-free, plant-based dish too.

Two mummy vegan hot dogs.

Vegan Gluten-Free Mummy Dogs

These spooky Vegan Gluten Free Mummy Dogs have a secret ingredient that they are wrapped in. They are perfect for Halloween!

Watermelon cut like a pumpkin with fruit and spiders spilling out.

Halloween Fruit Salad

This Halloween fruit salad is a great way to offer wholesome fruit as a treat while maintaining a spooky style. Watermelon is carved like a jack-o-lantern and stuffed with fresh fruit that spills out of its mouth.

Two mini pizzas, one a mummy and one a scary face.

Mini Vegan Halloween Pizzas

These mini vegan Halloween pizzas are fun and festive! They’re quick to make, easily customizable, and kid-friendly.

Pasta on a plate with a fork holding the pasta up.

Black Bean Pasta Recipe

Spooky, creepy, and a lot of fun, this black bean pasta recipe is gluten-free. Kids love it, and they love making it; this recipe is perfect for a Halloween-inspired dinner.

Hand holding a spider bagel bite up close to the camera.

Halloween Spider Bagel Bites

Make these edible and adorable creepy-crawlies-on-a-pizza-bagel treats for your upcoming Halloween celebration! These cute Halloween Spider Bagel Bites are incredibly simple but wickedly good!

Bowl of soup decorated with a vegan sour cream cobweb.

Pumpkin Black Bean Soup

This Pumpkin and Black Bean Soup recipe blends smooth pumpkin puree and black beans. It has a creamy richness infused with curry powder and a subtle heat. Top it off with vegan sour cream and savor the flavor!

Sic jack-o-lanterns on a plate.

Jack o’ Lantern Butternut Squash Vegan Arancini

Delicious vegan arancini risotto balls with cute Halloween Jack O’lantern faces. Perfect for serving up at a Spooktacular Halloween party!

Several bread bones on a plate.

Easy Halloween Breadstick Bones Recipe

Sink your teeth into these spooky and delicious Breadstick Bones, a vegan-friendly Halloween treat. Made with simple plant-based ingredients, these bone-shaped breadsticks are perfect for adding a fun and festive touch to your Halloween party or gathering.

Halloween Non-Alcoholic Drinks

The drinks listed below are kid-friendly and non-alcoholic. Start your day off with a Frankenstein smoothie and have a fun party with a Halloween punch!

Picture of smoothie with blueberry brains and eyes.

Frankenstein Smoothie Halloween Recipe

This vitamin-packed smoothie recreates the monstrous Frankenstein, complete with blueberry brains.

Decorated coconut shell filled with brain juice.

Coco Loco Brain Juice [Halloween]

Enjoy this non-alcoholic brain juice drink made with pineapple juice, coconut water, and banana.

Glass filled with punch and garnished with two yellow eyes.

Non-Alcoholic Halloween Punch

This non-alcoholic Halloween punch is made with wholesome fruit, freshly squeezed lemon juice, sparkling water, and maple syrup for a kid-friendly party punch that you can feel good about.

Smoothie with spooky spiders.

Easy Clementine Halloween Smoothie

This super simple Halloween smoothie made of clementine and strawberry is one kid’s love and is full of spooky sunshine! Serve this smoothie in a jack-o-lantern pumpkin cup, perfect for a party, as a fun Halloween juice for breakfast, or before you head out for a trick or treat!

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