Trick or treat yo'self to these 7 scary good vegan Halloween treats
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Vegans love Halloween just as much as the next guy, and unlike most holidays, this one doesn’t revolve around large, shared meals featuring some type of meat as the starring ingredient! Instead, Halloween triggers memories of delicious candy, cold and brisk nights, and, of course, plenty of crazy costumes.

If you are looking to get into the Halloween spirit this October, be sure to check out these spooky and yummy vegan Halloween treats recipes we’ve rounded up to help you make the most out of this haunted holiday! 

7 vegan Halloween treats you have to make 

Vegan candy corn


Traditional candy corn is decidedly not vegan because it contains gelatin. But you don’t have to miss out on this Halloween classic – thanks to this yummy recipe from tablespoon

Monster avocado toast

vegan monster avocado toast for Halloween


Everybody loves a good avocado toast! Make this meal especially spooky by turning your toast into a monster! Check out a quick and easy recipe that is especially fun for Halloween! 

Serves two


  • One (or two) avocado – mashed
  • Two slices of sourdough bread (or other bread of choice)
  • Salt, pepper, and lemon juice
  • Olives
  • Four nori sheets
  • One cherry tomato
  1. Source fresh avocados and your favorite toast – we personally love toasted sourdough! 
  2. Remove the pit and in a separate bowl, and mash your avocado using a fork – add salt, pepper, and lemon as desired! 
  3. Evenly spread the avocado on your toast and add sliced black olives as eyeballs, half a cherry tomato for a mouth, and use nori sheets for hair, scars, or whatever else you want to make your monster avocado toast as eerie as it can be! 

Can’t get enough? Then you need to try these three other avocado toast recipes

Stuffed mushroom eyeballs

This stuffed mushroom recipe from Vegan Yack Attack is hands down the creepiest, most delicious appetizer out there. 

Mummy pizzas

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Bring a dreaded mummy to life by making your very own vegan mummy pizzas! These are sure to be a hit at any Halloween party.

Serves two


  1. Warm your pizza sauce in a pot – hot then reduce to low once it simmers.
  2. Cut two English muffins in half and put on a pan.
  3. Spread your pizza sauce on the English muffins (about a spoonful on each).
  4. Cut your vegan sliced-style cheese into rectangular pieces to resemble a mummy’s wrap! 
  5. Layer your vegan cheese onto your English muffins and add the black olives for eyeballs.
  6. Cook until the cheese is melted – and your vegan mummy pizzas are complete! 

Craving pizza? Be sure to check out these 11 delicious vegan pizzas that are so good, you’ll never miss cheese again! 

Vegan chili

Nothing screams Halloween other than a cauldron filled with chili! Swap out the usual animal products with beans, tofu, and other vegan ingredients for your perfect bowl of hot chili. We personally love this vegan chili recipe by Full Proof Living, featuring delicious ingredients including shiitake mushrooms, avocado, black beans, diced tomatoes, red onions, corn kernels, jalapenos, and many more! 

Bloody cauliflower buffalo wings

vegan buffalo cauliflower wings from the Wholesome Culture cookbook

Start with our Cauliflower Buffalo Chick’n Wings recipe and then make them bloody scary (and extra spicy) with some vegan hot sauce – like this one from Soul in the Raw

Halloween owl cupcakes  

These adorable treats from Sina at Vegan Heaven can basically be summed up in three words: chocolate, Oreos, irresistible. 


Did you love this article about vegan Halloween recipes? Do you want even more information about the best vegan sweet treats around? Then be sure to check out these articles we’ve rounded up – get ready to indulge!

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