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We all know Halloween is about candy and costumes, but if you ask us, it’s also the best time to experiment in the kitchen with quirky — albeit a little corny!–  recipes. Between the mummies and ghosts, spiderwebs and bats… the Halloween spirit gives us ALL the inspiration to embrace our inner child in the kitchen. Even though Halloween activities are going to look a little different this year, we’re using this extra time at home to up our Halloween cooking and baking game. Want to join us?  Here’s a roundup of our favorite vegan Halloween recipes, from potions and popcorn to cookies and donuts:

16 Halloween Vegan Recipes To Celebrate Spooky Season From Home

1. Halloween Tomato Soup

We’ll be real: when we made this recipe from My Vegan Beli — it didn’t turn out as beautiful as this picture. But it tasted DELICIOUS.

Why we love it: The prep time is only 10 minutes and the good-for-you ingredients range from oregano to pumpkin (yum).

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Hi guys! Today I am sharing this HALLOWEEN tomato soup recipe! You can find the full recipe on my blog www.thewhitechestnut.com I was looking for inspiration and I found the look of this recipe on Pinterest, I had to make my own version, I don´t know who is the owner of the original recipe, I will leave you the link where I found the inspiration. https://www.coop.co.uk/recipes/spiders-web-soup-with-mummy-toasties To make this recipe I had the pleasure to try a new product from @lecreuset_es , the low oval casserole it works perfect to cook rices, veggies also to use it in the oven. If you tap you can see a tutorial on how to make the spiderwebs. Remember that you have until the 31st of this month to participate to win a COCOTTE EVERY!You just need to go to my Le Creuset highlights and swipe up to find the link! · · . . #thewhitechestnut #halloween #plantbased #veganfood #soup #instafood #food #lecreuset #veganfoodporn #fitfood #vegan #bestofvegan #dessert #LetsCookVegan #buzzfeast #gloobyfood #beautifulcuisines #veganfoodspot #f52grams #huffposttaste #fries #veganfoodspace #veganrecipes #seaweed #foodgawker #whatveganseat #foodblog #thrivemags #thefeedfeed

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2. Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs

Because why not make your veggies into Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs? This recipe from Vegan Yack Attack will make you feel like you’re inside the Haunted Mansion!

Why we love it: They’re loaded with plant-based ingredients like garlic, tomatoes, and tofu. Plus, they’re fun to assemble… and eat, of course.

3. Pumpkin Spice Cookies

We love everything Jessia In the Kitchen creates — and these Pumpkin Spice Cookies are no exception.

Why we love it: They’re sweet, easy to make, and everything a fall dessert should be — and more!

4. Gingerbread Mummies

Put your gingerbread cookie cutter to good use with this recipe from My Vegan Beli. The eyes are made of dates, and the icing is made with coconut cream and white chocolate cream. Mmmm.

Why we love it: These cute cookies are just the right amount of spooky and sweet. They also go great with ice cream at night or coffee in the morning.

5. Halloween Margaritas “Monsteritas” (Cucumber Jalapeño)

Cucumbers, tequila, and coconut cream are three of the yummy ingredients in these “Monsteritas” from 40 Aprons. Sip them as you nosh on your Halloween feast or while watching a spooky movie!

Why we love it: For one, it’s just fun to say “Monsteritas.” 🙂 But in all seriousness, this drink tastes as good as it looks – and it adds a pop of spooky color to our Halloween night.

Vegan Halloween Monsteritas from 40 Aprons

6. Mummied Bananas

Who knew mummies could be so cute? Try this recipe from Vie De La Vegan which requires only three ingredients and 10 minutes of prep.

Why we love it: Of all the recipes on this list, this one makes us smile and feel like a kid! It doesn’t hurt they taste super yummy, too.

Mummied Bananas from Vie De La Vegan

7. Skeleton Veggie Dip

This Skeleton Veggie Dip from Fork and Beans is super easy (and fun!) to put together. Plus, you’ll definitely get your veggie fix.

Why we love it: This is a great option when we’re not in the mood to cook but still want to make something festive. It’s also healthy and an easy way to eat those extra veggies before they go bad.

8. Spooky Black Bean Hummus

This creation from Fat Free Vegan Kitchen is the ideal for a cozy night when you want to lounge and dip your chips in something delicious. Sounds like a perfect night to us!

Why we love it: It takes only 10 minutes, uses a bunch of pantry staples (beans, tahini, and cumin), and it tastes good with chips, crackers, or raw veggies.

Spooky Black Bean Hummus from Fat Free Vegan Kitchen

9. Skull Pot Pie

Looking for a bit of a cooking challenge? Try this Skull Pot Pie recipe from Healthy Slow Cooking.

Why we love it: It’s packed with some of our favorite ingredients like garlic, nutritional yeast, and potatoes. And you’ll feel very proud of yourself once you finish the creation!

Skull Pot Pie from Healthy Slow Cooking

10. Spooky Vegan Halloween Pinwheel Cookies

The pumpkin dough base + activated charcoal makes these pinwheel cookies from Short Girl Tall Order a creative and yummy fall dessert. We also love her recipe for Pumpkin Pie Truffles, if you’re looking for something a bit simpler to bake.

Why we love it: The ingredient list is fairly simple, as long as you can get charcoal powder. And the process of assembling these pinwheels is just the right amount of a challenge for a Halloween activity.

11. Vegan Caramel Popcorn

This recipe for Vegan Caramel Popcorn from Make It Dairy Free is MOUTHWATERING. Just turn on your favorite Halloween movie, dim the lights, and your night is all set!

Why we love it: Popcorn somehow makes everything more fun! And this caramel-y creation adds a perfect amount of sweetness for a Halloween treat.

12. Glazed Brown Sugar Maple Cookies

We love these Maple Cookies from Half Baked Harvest so much — we almost want to frame them. This recipe does call for butter, so if you want to keep it plant-based, check out this blog post: How to bake the best desserts without butter

Why we love it: The cookies are absolutely delicious, but the creamy glaze is what makes these treats truly irresistible.

13. Vegan Halloween Donuts

Make your October extra spooky and sweet with this donut recipe from My Vegan Beli.

Why we love it: They’re soft, sweet, and perfect for spooky season! They’re also easy to transport if you’re hoping to drop off a sweet treat with a neighbor or friend.

14. Felix Felicis Potion

Harry Potter fans, this one is for you!  This potion by Plant Crush is colorful, refreshing, and made with healthy ingredients that balance out the sugar that comes with many Halloween festivities.

Why we love it: Pineapple, ginger, oranges, rosemary, and turmeric come together perfectly in this refreshing drink that you may find yourself making all year round (guilty!).

15. Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars

Six ingredients are all you need to make these chocolate peanut butter bars from Half Baked Harvest. They’re so adorable and easy to whip up.  PS, if you don’t want to use honey, swap it with agave instead!

Why we love it: Any recipe that calls for corn flakes and maple syrup has our name on it!

16. Vegan Halloween Cut Out Cookies

For a classic taste of Halloween, try these Vegan Halloween Cut Out Cookies from Just What We Eat. They’re made with vegan butter, sugar, and maple syrup — and the icing is made wtih vanilla and plant milk.

Why we love it: They’re a perfect slate for whatever creation you want to make. Ghosts, bats, cats… anything that screams Halloween to you!

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My daughter and I love making cutout cookies for every Holiday. They are just so fun to decorate! So of course we had to make up a batch of Halloween Cut Out Cookies to decorate and enjoy! They are gluten free and vegan and taste amazing! . . Get the recipe using the link in my bio here ➡ @JustWhatWeEat . . . #vegetarian #veganfoodshare #dairyfree #glutenfree #justwhatweeatrecipes #vegan #glutenfreerecipes #glutenfreeeats #glutenfreefoods #glutenfreelife #veganfood #veganrecipes #glutenfreevegan #dairyfree #eggfree #dessert #desserts #dessertstagram #fallrecipes #nogluten #gfree #feedfeedglutenfree #feedfeedvegan #dessertlover #cutoutcookies #halloweencookies #glutenfreecookies #vegancookies

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