One of the fun things about Halloween is the spookily-themed fun food. Whether you’re staying in with family, going over to a friend’s house or throwing a party of your own you’ll need some tasty Halloween recipes. Take a look at 5 of the best vegan Halloween recipes from Mummy Dogs to Ghost Cupcakes.
1. Vegan Mummy Dogs
These vegan mummy dogs by Holy Cow Vegan need just two ingredients-vegan hot dogs and puff pastry-and you can have a delicious, Halloween-friendly snack ready in minutes.
2. Halloween Pumpkin Soup
This vegan Halloween pumpkin soup by The Pesky Vegan is a great way to use up the flesh from inside your Halloween pumpkin. Featuring an array of spices and creamy coconut milk, it makes for a delicious light meal that’s also gluten-free.
If you have any more pumpkin flesh left over, try our Pumpkin Pie Recipe.
3. Vegan Halloween Witchy Guacamole Dip
Halloween isn’t just about candy! You can have fun with allergen-friendly, healthy, and fresh ingredients too. I love this vegan Halloween witchy guacamole dip by Fork and Beans. It looks impressive and delicious too!
Want more healthy Halloween recipes? Check out our Spooky Fruit Creations.
4. Halloween Sugar Cookies
We always make biscuits for Halloween. Sometimes we make to give to family (we like to “treat” them), or give to our “trick or treaters” or just enjoy at our Halloween family party. These Halloween Sugar Cookies by The Conscious PLany Kitchen are the best cut-out sugar cookies with scary Halloween shapes to celebrate Halloween this year. If you’re crazy busy in the run-up to Halloween, make decorating them part of the Halloween fun- the kids love it! If you don’t have Halloween cutters- the witches hat is easy to cut with a knife and use a circle cutter for the pumpkins!
Plus, they are egg-free sugar cookies and allergy-friendly Halloween treats to share!
5. Vegan Halloween Cupcakes
Every occasion needs cake! These adorable vegan Halloween cupcakes by Keeping the Peas require only one recipe, with three creative ways to decorate them! Create a spooky ghost, a Frankenstein-inspired monster, or a bat! Get creative and design your own scary cupcakes too!
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