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
What’s better than spending just 25 minutes, from start to finish, on these fun Frankenstein Halloween crisp!
They are an extremely fun way to celebrate the season while remaining true to your gluten-free and vegan roots.
You can use cashews for the fangs or fake vampire teeth! Baked for lower fat.
Take a bite out of these Vegan Halloween Monster Donuts. They’re easy to make, fun to decorate, and delicious to eat.
Creepy enough to cause a stir but taste great.
Mmm.. Delicious eyeballs! No, no cannibalism here, just some Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs, filled with a garlicky tofu ricotta!
Pull together a few ingredients to make this fun, witchy appetizer.
Making a fun Halloween-themed appetizer is easy and healthy with this witchy guacamole dip!
The perfect party treat. Cut one or two faces all of the way through to have a slightly oozy apple-lantern.
Cute and tasty appetizers that come together quickly and are perfect for Halloween and Kids!
You’ve gotta try these monster squares! They are really fun to decorate and you can create a silly personality for each toast character.
These spooky Frankenstein-inspired toasts have avocado and spinach and a few more healthy goodies to accent! Give your avocado toast a spooky makeover.
This Halloween vegan dish is great to bring out when the sun goes down.
Vampire bite cupcakes are perfect for Halloween or watching your favorite scary movies! These cupcakes are filled with strawberry jam to scare everyone that takes a bite!
Dress up your zucchini noodles with a lovely kale pesto in a carved orange pepper for a hauntingly yummy Halloween vegan dinner.
Make a festive Halloween recipe of zoodles with pumpkin kale pesto. Who needs a pumpkin when you can carve yourself a fun Halloween face into an orange bell pepper.
These monster chocolate cookies make for a perfectly sweet, vegan-friendly treat.
A gooey chocolate cookie made colorful with fruity candies, and made cute with vegan googly eyes.
These little coffins are make for a fun, plant-based Halloween vegan dish you can feel good about!
These Spooky Raw Cucumber Coffins will delight everyone at your Halloween party! Best part of all is they are raw, nut free, gluten free and oil free!
While these are spooky with their googly eyes, I see no reason why you shouldn’t enjoy these vegan pumpkin truffles all season long!
These Vegan Pumpkin Spice Truffles are the perfect amount of fun for Halloween! Raw option, gluten-free, and quick! Even better, they only take about 15 minutes to prepare and are delicious with/without coconut butter “eyes”!
Everyone loves a good scare. Add these tasty fingers to your next Halloween table spread.
The classic witch fingers cookies get a healthy, gluten free, paleo AND vegan makeover! They’re easy to make and always a hit at Halloween parties!
Does the season have you craving Pumpkin? No worries with these plant-based recipes:
Okay, cute factor in full force with these vegan Halloween cupcakes.
Eeek, these little boogers make me so happy I just want to pinch the chocolate sprinkles off of them!
Grab the kids for this easy mummy themed snack!
This spooky dessert will be a favourite this Halloween. Easy, just 3 ingredients, vegan, no added sugar.
While we’re talking about mummies, have a go at these vegan pizza bites.
Mummy English Muffin Pizzas are easy to make and fun to eat. They are cute for Halloween, plus they are vegan and gluten free!
A vegan dish that’s fun and creative.
Pipe them out onto a cookie sheet — they don’t have to be perfect, jack o’lanterns are supposed to be funky — and bake them up.
Having a Halloween vegan dish doesn’t have to be complicated.
This is a great last minute Halloween treat. It’s nutritious and creates the perfect spooky mood!
The mint chocolate cream in these vegan Witch cupcakes is simply delicious.
They’d make a killing (hehe) at a Halloween party, especially for kids.
All Hallow’s Eve wouldn’t be complete with out this spooky vegan appetizer.
Crispy, creamy and flavorful, these are the perfect Halloween Quesadillas!
Mix up your evening with a Halloween themed dinner. The cashew cheese and salty olives make this a tasty vegan dish.
These Halloween mini pizzas are the perfectly spooky meal for kids (or adults!). Cheesy spider webs with olive spiders. Vegan, gluten free, healthy.
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