It’s that time of year when the ghost and goblins come out in your neighborhood. Here are some spooky plant-based dishes perfect for Halloween shared by my fellow vegan bloggers. They include both sweet and savory recipes. While I did request low fat and sugar, pick and choose which works best for your diet.
20 Spooky Vegan Dishes
Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs are creepy enough to cause a stir but taste great.Making a fun Halloween themed appetizer is easy with this Witchy Guacamole Dip.Peanut Butter Apple Lanterns are the perfect party treat. Cut one or two faces all of the way through to have a slightly oozy apple-lantern.Spooky Franken-Mash Avocado Toasts are really fun to decorate. You can create a silly personality for each toast character.Vampire Bite Cupcakes are filled with strawberry jam to scare everyone that takes a bite.Dress up your zoodles with a seasonal Pumpkin Kale Pesto and then drop them in a colorfully carved orange pepper!Monster Cookies are a gooey chocolate cookie made colorful with fruity candies.These Spooky Raw Cucumber Coffins are raw, nut free, gluten free and oil free!Pumpkin Spice Truffles only take about 15 minutes to prepare and are delicious with/without coconut butter “eyes”!These Classic Witch Finger Cookies are now gluten-free, paleo AND vegan.You will use vegan black licorice rope for legs to make these Black Widow Spider Cupcakes.Mummied Bananas only require three ingredients to make, and two are fruit!Mini Mummy Pizzas are super easy to make, you just need olives for eyes.Jack O Lantern Fries are best hot and fresh, but can be reheated in a skillet!If you need a last minute treat, Spooky Purple Potatoes Eyes take no time at all.The filling is the best part of these Mint Chocolate Witches Hat Cupcakes.Crispy, creamy and flavorful, these Mummy Quesadillas are a great treat.Olive Spiders make this homemade pizza extra fun.
I’d love to hear your feedback in the comments below for this roundup of Spooky Vegan Dishes Perfect For Halloween! If you have a photo, post it on my Instagram page, tag me using the hashtag #plantbasedcooking