I have Vegan Halloween recipes for a great party or dinner. It’s ghoul and goblin time again. Oh my, I am one of those people that actually dislikes Halloween and what it represents. But I do have a good time planning the food for our annual family Halloween party. It’s kind of fun making fun looking treats for the children in our family. They do enjoy it so much.
I finally figured out that my favorite recipes can be made to fit pretty much any holiday or occasion. For example, if you are planning a Halloween party just make whatever recipe you want and make it in the shape of a pumpkin.
Of course, this won’t work for all recipes but you would be surprised how many recipes it will work for. Use your imagination. There are some examples below, get the idea?
These vegan Halloween recipes are great for adults, kids and adults who are kids at heart. These recipes are also good for any Halloween occasion such as a smart dinner party or a big dinner party or just a fun little family party.
You could invite the whole neighborhood over or just some of your best friends. Halloween can be a fun time to get together with friends and family before the cold dark winter sets in.
These vegan Halloween recipes are so much fun both to make and eat. I hope you have a great time making these great recipes. Please reply on this post and let us know which ones are your favorites and if we missed any.
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Vegan Halloween Recipes
1. Mummy Dogs – Vegan Richa
Oil – Onion – Garlic – Fresh Ginger – Potatoes – Carrots – Green Beans – Cauliflower – Peas – Coriander – Cumin – Cayenne Pepper – Bread Crumbs – Bread Flour – Sugar – Yeast – Garlic Powder – Olive Oil
The first spooky pick is mummy dogs which is a mixture of vegetables and seasoning wrapped in dough to look like a body wrapped up. I thought this was a cute idea for dinner on Halloween night. There are a lot of fun dessert recipes for Halloween so it is fun to see a main dish that is themed.
2. Killer Jalapeño Hummus – Fat Free Vegan
This is a spicy hummus and it is green due to the coloring of the kale in it. You can choose how spicy you make it depending on what part of the jalapeno you add to the hummus. This would be good for a veggie tray or crackers.
3. Stuffed Jack-o’-Lanterns – Healthful Pursuit
This one grosses me out every time I look at the pictures. It is a recipe for a seasoned spaghetti with sauce inside of a green bell pepper cut into the shape of a creepy face. I love the touch of the guts coming out and spaghetti coming out the mouth too.
4. Creepy Witch Fingers Bread Sticks – Chef de Home
Bread sticks are always huge for us at our family parties and this looks so awesome. They are fun and simple to create which is the type of treat I like to create. I bet these would go really fast at our parties. This would be a good snack to have before going out for trick-or-treating.
5. Spooky Raw Cucumber Coffins – Delightful Vegans
Next, we have a fun little appetizer that is healthy and sure to creep guests out. These are not cooked and can be put together in a pinch which is helpful when trying to plan a party or have guests over. I wouldn’t have thought to try the combination of blueberries and, cucumber, and beetroots so I would be curious to see how that is.
6. Carrot Rice Ball Jack O’ Lantern Bites – Apron Strings
Rice – Carrot Juice – Real Salt – Black Olives – Green Beans
Alright, here is less of a spooky appetizer and more fun and cute. It is simply a rice ball held together with water and carrot juice to add the orange color to them. Aren’t they so cute? Anyone would enjoy these little rice balls.
7. Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs – Vegan Yak Attack
There is nothing spookier than an eyeball laying on the table! From the mushroom looking like rotted skin and the sun-dried tomatoes looking like bloodshot veins, these appetizers would be a hit at any spooky party you have planned. I love the idea of having a food that is so fun for the children they don’t even notice what they are eating and sometimes that is okay!
8. Boo-Berry Bats – Bitter Sweet
Here we have a recipe for some fun shaped jelly-like treats. This isn’t the healthiest treat on our list but they are fun. I love that this could be modified to be whatever shape and/or flavor you want them to be. You could do pumpkins, ghost, etc. Depending on what you want to add your platter.
9. Candy Corn – Chocolate Covered Katie
Here is an alternate recipe for the classic Halloween candy corn that is bound to show up at every Halloween event. This is simply cashew butter with powdered sugar and some natural dye to make it look like the traditional candy corn. I haven’t tried this recipe yet but I am curious to know how it tastes in comparison to traditional candy corns or if they taste totally different. I feel like candy corns are one of those candies that I am not super in love with the flavor but I could enjoy something a similar that isn’t so unhealthy.