These Halloween recipes are going to be a hit! From scary spider cake to monster oatmeal, these spooky recipes are perfect for your Halloween party! You can even get your little ones involved, too. So grab your best costumes, your spooky platters, and your favorite spells, and make these recipes! Don’t forget to check out these recipes and many others on our Food Monster App!
1. Spooky Spider Crackle Cake
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This Spooky Spider Crackle Cake by Bake Vegan Stuff, Easy Recipes For Kids (And Adults, Too!), Sara Kidd is perfect for Halloween! Feel free to make this with little ones; they’ll have a great time adding the web design made out of the melted vegan marshmallows. Be careful though and wear gloves; the marshmallows are hot!
2. Jack o’ Lantern Butternut Squash Muffins
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TheseJack o’ Lantern Butternut Squash Muffins by Nele Liivlaid are gluten-free, but you would never know it! They’re made from a blend of buckwheat groats blended with oat bran. Then, grated butternut squash (grating the squash prevents them from being too moist) is folded in, along with warm fall spices. Yum!
3. Redrum Punch
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Your search for the perfect Halloween cocktail officially ends here. Congratulations! This luminous libation is easy to make and possesses a deep blood-red hue that will look frighteningly stylish in your hand at this year’s Halloween gala. This Redrum Punch by Adam Merrin and Ryan Alvarez is made with pure unsweetened pomegranate juice, fresh grapefruit, cucumber, lime, your favorite silver rum, and garnished with a blood orange slice, this haunting combination also contains a few secret ingredients.
4. Salted Caramel Energy Bites
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These Salted Caramel Energy Bites by Caroline Doucet made with dates for a caramel-like flavor, without the added sugar. These bites are packed with nutritious ingredients, including cashews, chia seeds and oats. Have them for a snack, dessert or even a quick breakfast on-the-go!
5. Healthy Caramel Peanut Butter Apple Slices
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These Healthy Caramel Peanut Butter Apple Slices by Caroline Doucet are healthy take on classic caramel apples. These apple slices are made with date caramel for a sugar-free treat that’s high in fiber and nutrients. Add some peanut butter for protein and flavor, then top with other desired toppings, such as chopped almonds, chocolate, unsweetened shredded coconut or cocoa nibs. The best part? They’re a lot easier to eat than whole caramel apples!
6. Jack-o-Lantern Stuffed Peppers
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These Jack-o-Lantern Stuffed Peppers by Jesse Lane Lee are the perfect pre-trick-or-treating dinner because they capture the fun of Halloween but still offer a ton of health benefits.
7. Super-Scary Spicy Chili
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Make these Super-Scary Spicy Chili by Kathy Hester spooky vegan chili-filled Jack-O’-Lanterns for Halloween!
8. Trio of Spooky Vegan Halloween Spreads
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Try these “boo-tiful” Halloween spreads by Kathy Hester at your upcoming Halloween party. Your guests will love these interesting, delicious wonders!
9. Purple Monster Oatmeal
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Purple sweet potatoes are so fun because, well, they’re purple. They taste the same as orange ones but love the extra attention, making them the narcissists of the vegetable kingdom… While you probably want to make a monster face this month, later in the winter just sprinkle some brown sugar, chopped pecans, and vegan marshmallows over the top. Even the pickiest kid can’t turn down Purple Monster Oatmeal by Kathy Hester for breakfast!
10. 15 of Your Favorite Famous Halloween Treats, Made Vegan!
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Check out this roundup of Halloween treats is definitely a hit! You’ve got all your favorite candies made vegan! Enjoy!
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