Homemade Vegan Halloween Treats

Halloween Cakeballs

Homemade Vegan Halloween Treats

Boo! Halloween is here.

I’ve got a great round-up of homemade vegan Halloween treats today for you, ranging from healthy (fruit) to indulgent and suitable for all ages. Some are super simple and others are more involved but all are fabulous. I appreciate all of the bloggers who shared their recipes. Do check out their blogs.

When choosing chocolate and candies for Halloween, understand that slavery is still entrenched in the production of chocolate and sugar. You can check Food Empowerment Project’s chocolate list, which is kept up to date. Recently, I watched the Netflix show Rotten and was shocked and heartbroken to see in real time the horrors surrounding every step of bringing chocolate and sugar to the market. Choose what makes you comfortable, but be aware of the issues.

Now make something yummy. Trick & Treat!!

Homemade Vegan Halloween Treats

Vampire Bite Cupcakes from V NutritionVampire Bite Cupcakes from V Nutrition – These cupcakes are filled with strawberry jam to scare everyone that takes a bite!

Vegan Mummy Cupcakes from Vegan HuggsVegan Mummy Cupcakes from Vegan Huggs – These cupcakes are fun to make, kid-friendly and completely adorable!

Super Easy Vegan Halloween CakeMy Super Easy Vegan Halloween Cake – It’s super easy to make a Halloween cake when you have, as I always do, ready-made components in your freezer and refrigerator.

My Halloween Cakeballs – This simple treat is made with leftover cake crumbs and chocolate ganache.

Pumpkin Caramel Chocolates from SpabettiePumpkin Caramel Chocolates from Spabettie – These treats are tasty good, so easy and have a short ingredient list!

Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Bark from Fried Dandelions Pumpkin Spice Chocolate Bark from Fried Dandelions – This is probably the easiest dessert of the season. It takes just minutes to make!

Creepy Bats and Cats Vegan Chocolate Graham Crackers from Kathy HesterCreepy Bats and Cats Vegan Chocolate Graham Crackers from Kathy Hester – Get out the Halloween cookie cutters, put on your witch hat and bake some bat and cat vegan chocolate graham crackers.


Mandarin Orange Ghouls – This treat takes just a few minutes to put together.

Pudding GhoulMy Pudding Ghouls – This treat is made with my Instant Chocolate Pudding recipe, and it’s easy as opening a boxed pudding but so much better in every way.

Date-Sweetened Caramel Apples from Dianne's Vegan Kitchen Date Sweetened Caramel Apples from Dianne’s Vegan Kitchen – Dianne was inspired to create this autumn treat after taking my Rouxbe Essential Vegan Desserts course.

Pumpkin Spice Baked Apples from Glue and GlitterPumpkin Spice Air Fryer Baked Apples from Glue and Glitter – These apples are a healthy treat that come together in a fraction of the time it takes in the oven.

Pumpkin LatteMy Pumpkin Latte – Sip on a warm non-dairy Pumpkin Latte while you hand out vegan candy.


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