‘Tis the spooky season! And this collection of vegan Halloween sweets is sure to get you howling! These are some of our favorite vegan candy recipes from our favorite vegan bloggers. Not everything is for the kids; there’s a little “grown up candy” here as well. The following list of spooktacular vegan halloween recipes is filled with fun treats for children of all ages! No tricks, just all vegan treats.
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As October 31st approaches and conversations turn to costumes and candy, it’s a good time to remind ourselves that Halloween fun isn’t JUST for little boos and ghouls. Adults can easily find their spirits raised from the dead and replaced with joy in this hallowed holiday season. Especially those who with a bit of a sweet tooth!
To that (dead)end, we gathered some of the best spooky vegan halloween recipes to help you plan the perfect vegan Halloween party. If you’re looking for a list of the best vegan halloween recipes for sweets, you’ve come to the right place.
Now, this list of vegan Halloween recipes isn’t necessarily your “give to the kids who come to your door on Halloween night ” type candy. But these devilishly delicious dairy free dessert recipes would do wonderfully at your costume and Halloween parties.
Okay, enough with the bad puns. Actually, I’m going to haunt you with frighteningly bad puns as we go through these delicious vegan halloween recipes. But for now, on to the ghoulishly grand goodies and our favorite vegan Halloween recipes for sweets and treats!
Vegan Candy in Grocery Stores
Also, if you’re looking for the ultimate guide to vegan Halloween candy easily found in grocery stores (rather than the vegan recipes we’re sharing in this post), check out our vegan candy guide!
The Best Vegan Halloween Sweets Recipes
I don’t know what mad genius created these tasty treats in their lab. But who doesn’t love this chocolate and peanut butter classic?
And your favorite peanut butter cup just went vegan with the help of some vegan chocolate chips! Our chocolate peanut butter cup recipe is a Reese’s copycat that’s vegan, dairy free, gluten free, and made without powdered sugar!
You need only a few ingredients and about 20 minutes of active time. Then you set them in the fridge to rest like a vampire. In the daytime until they’re ready!
Vegan Chocolate Turtles by Healthy. Happy. Life.
My grandparents always had these candies around when I was younger, and I LOVED them! I always thought they were just the most sophisticated candy ever. And I am SO glad to have come across this recipe!
These tantalizing turtles can grace your dessert plate once again thanks to the gooey date-caramel used in this creative, veganized version of the old classic! You can use walnuts, pecans, peanuts, etc! Just choose your favorite and go nuts.
Use these homemade chocolate bars for s’mores, a dairy-free dessert platter for a party, or to snack on whenever a chocolate craving hits! They’re also great to help a friend recover from a Dementor attack!
Cookie Dough Truffles by Vegan Richa
The post for this recipe begins with the equation “cookie dough = everything,” and I have to say, I know QUITE A FEW who would agree with that statement.
Pop these chocolate-covered dough-drops of cookie-flavored comfort in your mouth and slowly let the chocolate melt and unfurl along your tongue before the reveal of the cookie-dough comfort that follows. You’ll be howling for more… whether the moon is full or not!
“The crunch is coming from inside the house!” when you make your own homemade crunch bars with just 3 ingredients and 10 minutes of active time!
This crispy chocolate bar recipe is a dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan doppelganger of the classic Nestle Crunch Bar that tastes every bit as good! It’s easy to make – just melt, stir, fill, and chill.
Raw Mini Snickers Bars by Fragrant Vanilla
If I had to pick the three most iconic candy bars from my childhood, they would have to be 3 Musketeers, Milky Way, and Snickers.
Of course, it wasn’t until I was older that I realized one was just built upon the body of the other: A Milky Way was a 3 Musketeers with caramel, and a Snickers was a Milky Way with peanuts added. My pre-adolescent mind was blown away at this realization. It’s like realizing Dr. Frankenstein is the real monster of the novel.
With that in mind, I give you Fragrant Vanilla’s vegan recipe for the greatest of the three delicious treats. And while you’re over there, be sure to check out her version of the 3 Musketeers Bar as well as these Twix Bars!
This one is made with Baileys Almande liqueur and is for the adult “children ” in your circle of fiends. (There’s also an alcohol-free option.)
This is a Peppermint Patty with a punch, a Junior Mint for senior tastes, this deliciously minty morsel is so tasty it could reanimate the dead…but who needs zombies running around stealing your candy?!
Halloween Owl Cupcakes by Vegan Heaven
Okay, honestly, these vegan cupcakes were just WAY TOO CUTE to pass up. In fact, these vegan Halloween desserts are so cute, I barely even have a pun to offer, so owl pass on this one.
Decorated with Oreos and Skittles, these are sure to be a real hoot at your Halloween dinner party! (Did you really think you’d get away pun-free??)
Peanut butter and jelly meets peanut butter cup in this combo of classic comfort foods! These delightful vegan treats are easy to make with only 4 ingredients, simple methods, and no stovetop required.
As a little Halloween trick for these treats, poke a hole in the hardened center, and pipe on a little more jam to serve them as peanut butter bloody cups.
Vegan Mounds Bars by It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken
Another candy that needs no introduction to the coconut lovers in our group would be the Mounds bar (and its happily nutty cousin: the Almond Joy).
These coconut-based bars entombed in melted chocolate are sure to be a crowd-pleaser at any gathering and to not make these little beauties from It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken could be considered a GRAVE error.
Homemade Starbursts by Pretty Pies
Our fruit-candy-loving fiends out there will devour these devilishly delightful desserts by Pretty Pies. These sinfully simple “Starbursts” made with a coconut butter base are a great way to raise your spirits – as long as those are the only spirits raised…[insert Vincent Price laugh here].
I know I have had so much fun putting together this list of vegan Halloween treats. I hope you all have the same fiendishly fun time making these fun vegan Halloween food ideas for your next monster bash.
So, gather all your bodies… errr… buddies, make some (or ALL) of these candies, put on your favorite Halloween film from Halloween to Halloweentown, Hocus Pocus to Harry Potter, and get ready for a Monster Mash Bash!
And PS – If you do make any or all of these sweet treats, be sure to tag us in your photos on Instagram, so we can hear all about it! We’re @theplantpowercouple with the “the”.
Oh, and one more bad pun purely because I just can’t help myself: What do vegan zombies eat? Graaaaiiinnnnnnnssssssssss.
Happy Halloween, everyone!