Whether you’re taking food to a Halloween party or making fun little vegan Halloween recipes for your kiddos, these dairy free sweet treats make it easy to get into the Halloween spirit.
Forget the pumpkin spice; boldly break away from the crowd this Fall season.
Think: dark chocolate, salty pretzels, and vegan candy corn.
Know what you’re looking for? Jump ahead to find the vegan Halloween treats for your special occasion.
Vegan Halloween Snacks
Looking for the perfect accompaniment to your festivous Halloween dinner? These are fun and easy vegan Halloween recipes that can are great for any crowd.
They’re easy to make with the kids and easy to scoop into your mouth, what’s not to love?
Halloween Witch Chips and Guacamole
Witch Chips and Guacamole is an adorable way to serve up a vegan Halloween dish! The best part is this healthy treat can be prepared in less than 15 minutes.
For the guacamole
- 5 medium ripe avocados, seeds removed and scooped from peel
- 1 garlic clove minced
- ¼ cup cup onion finely diced
- ½ cup lime juice
- 1 tbsp fresh cilantro minced
- ½ jalapeno seeds and membrane removed, finely diced (optional)
For the witch
- Blue corn tortilla chips for the hat
- 1 black olive cut in half through the middle (for the eyes)
- 1 slice avocado for the nose
- 1 slice red bell pepper for the mouth
- Carrot sticks for the hair
Get the instructions here: Halloween Witch Chips and Guacamole
Super creepy Halloween spiders are vegan and made from just one ingredient! It is so easy to make, all you need are black olives.
Get the instructions here: Halloween Spiders
Healthy Peanut Butter Cup Muddy Buddies
This Healthy Peanut Butter Cup Muddy Buddies is not your typical puppy chow! It’s vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free, and the ultimate in healthy Halloween snacking.
- 5 Cups Rice Chex
- ⅓ to ½ Cup Peanut Flour
- ½ Cup Powdered Erythritol
- ¼ Cup Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
- ¼ Cup Cocoa Stevia Syrup
Get the instructions here: Healthy Peanut Butter Cup Muddy Buddies
Halloween Spider Rice Cakes
For these Halloween rice cakes, blackberries, grapes, and rice cakes transform to look like spiders. You can use blackberry juice to draw out the spider web to complete this spooky treat.
Get the instructions here: Halloween Rice Cakes
No-bake Zombie Fingers are a Halloween treat that kids and adults alike will love. It only takes five ingredients to make this vegan snack.
Get the instructions here: Zombie Fingers
Halloween Peanut Butter Spiders
Halloween Peanut Butter Spiders are no-bake and one of the easiest Halloween goodies to make. They are super spooky-cute, fun to make, and taste absolutely amazing!
- ½ cup peanut butter
- 1 tbsp full-fat coconut milk
- 1 tbsp granulated sugar
- 2 tbsp agave
- Flour or gluten-free flour for coating
- 40 pretzel sticks for the legs, each broken in half
- 20 pieces of chocolate chips for the eyes
Get the instructions here: Halloween Peanut Butter Spiders
Halloween Graveyard Pudding Cups
Pudding cups get a Halloween upgrade! Graham crackers become tombstones for an extra Halloween touch.
- ½ cup corn starch
- ¼ cup water
- 4½ cups unsweetened soy milk
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- ¾ cup raw sugar
- ¾ cup cacao powder
Graham cracker tombstones
Get the instructions here: Halloween Graveyard Pudding Cups
Matcha Zombie Ice Lollies
Zombie popsicle molds transform matcha ice lollies into a Halloween treat. Pineapple and coconut milk give this healthy snack a tropical spin.
- 1¾ cup fresh chopped pineapple (use really ripe pineapple)
- 1 tbsp coconut milk (canned, light)
- ½ tbsp coconut extract
- ½ tsp matcha powder
- 2 tbsp maple syrup (optional, can skip or use sugar-free syrup to keep it added sugar-free)
Get the instructions here: Matcha Zombie Ice Lollies
Vegan Halloween Candy
Make your own delicious vegan Halloween candy this year… yup, that’s right. You don’t have to go out and buy any Halloween candy anymore.
You. Can. Make. It. At. Home.
Just for good measure, I threw in a few of my other favorite traditional candies that you can make at home.
Homemade Vegan Candy Corn
This candy corn recipe is gelatin-free so it is vegan! It is great for Halloween and all of your Fall festivities.
- 30 grams (1/4 cup) coconut milk powder
- 260 grams (2 cups) powdered sugar
- ¼ tsp fine sea salt
- 100 grams (1/2 cup) granulated sugar
- 60 grams (1/4 cup) maple syrup
- 3 tbsp water
- ½ tsp vanilla extract
- 4 tbsp vegan butter
- Liquid vegan food colors: yellow and orange
Get the instructions here: Homemade Vegan Candy Corn
Vegan Snickers Bars
These vegan snickers bars are the perfect homemade alternative to store-bought Halloween candy. It is easy to make with minimal plant-based ingredients.
- 2 cups (290 g) unsalted peanuts, *see recipe notes
- 10 Medjool dates, pitted
- ¼ tsp (1.25 g) Himalayan pink salt, or sea salt
- 10 Medjool dates, pitted
- ½ cup (118 ml) rice milk
- 1 cup (130 g) crunchy peanut butter, divided
- 1 tsp (5 ml) vanilla extract
- 1 tsp (2.5 g) Himalayan pink salt, or sea salt
- 1 cup (146 g) roasted peanuts
Get the instructions here: Vegan Snickers Bars
Best Keto Peanut Butter Cups
Reese’s fans will love these cute little vegan and low-carb treats. The Best Keto Peanut Butter Cups are cool, chocolatey, and rich for the ultimate Halloween candy.
Peanut Butter Layer
- ½ C coconut oil melted
- ½ C natural creamy peanut butter
- 4 TB PBFit powdered peanut butter
- 1 tsp powdered monk fruit sweetener
- pinch sea salt
- 1 tsp vanilla extract optional
Get the instructions here: Best Keto Peanut Butter Cups
Vegan Twix Bars
A vegan Twix bar that tastes just like the real deal! This homemade Halloween candy has a layer of vanilla shortbread, gooey caramel sauce, and coated in chocolate, so you can have your Twix fix even if you’ve gone vegan.
- 350 grams oat flour
- ¼ tsp vanilla powder or vanilla extract
- 115 grams coconut oil, room temperature
- 50 grams maple syrup
Vegan Cashew Caramel
- 250 grams creamy and smooth cashew butter
- 200 grams coconut oil or vegan butter, melted and cooled
- 100 grams maple syrup
Get the instructions here: Vegan Twix Bars
Other Halloween Recipes I Like
I don’t get to make vegan Halloween treats all that often, what with being a nomad and all. So I’m still doing my research on what to try this Halloween season. I’ve got my eye on these fun recipes to try next: