Vegan Recipes for Halloween to make Trick or Treat healthy
With these Vegan recipes for Halloween, we can avoid to give out the usual junk sweets. Here are recipes which are sweet and healthy and scary looking enough for Halloween. Nobody will miss the usual treats which are mostly junk and harmful.
Vegans can satisfy their sweet tooth with plant-based goodies. There is a nice collection of beautiful scary looking treats artfully prepared. Spiders, Ghosts, and Witch Fingers. Look at this Graveyard Mousse Pots and the Skull’s , are they not spooky?
Easy to prepare and convenient is this Spooky Halloween Mix good not only on Halloween. All recipes are full of nutrition , vitamins, and fibers and plant-based. Have a scary, spooky time with these vegan recipes for Halloween.
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Spooky But Healthy and Sweet Vegan Recipes For Halloween
Vegan Recipes For Halloween
Mouthwatering vegan desserts are not just for vegans, though. You might be surprised at how versatile (and tasty) these treats can be. They are all about raw, fresh ingredients with a focus on natural sources of sugar. To top it off, vegan desserts typically have more vitamins, protein, and fiber than their store-bought counterparts.
Gut-sy Spider Cupcakes
The Lazy Vegan Baker used avocado vanilla pudding and candy to create these gush-worthy cupcakes. These treats will be a hit with both kids and adults alike.
Witch Finger Cookies
Between the strawberry jelly “blood” and the almond “nails,” these healthy witch finger cookies by Food Faith Fitness are brilliant. Just be sure to trade the honey for agave to make it vegan.
Chocolate cups aren’t just for peanut butter, apparently. In this recipe, Elephantastic Vegan demonstrates how to use raspberries to create this bloody delicious dessert.
Spooky Halloween Mix
For a last minute vegan treat, check out Beard and Bonnet‘s clever popcorn idea. It’s so easy to make that it’s scary.
Vegan Recipes For Halloween
Graveyard Mousse Pots
Get in touch with your dark side with these graveyard mousse pots by Wallflower Kitchen. They boast healthy ingredients like ground almonds, arrowroot powder, and agave nectar. As for those tiny edible flowers? I’m in love.
Vegan Ghost Cupcakes
For another quick and easy dessert, try making Wallflower Kitchen‘s vegan ghost cupcakes. It’s amazing what you can do with a dollop of (vegan) marshmallow fluff and melted dairy-free chocolate.
Skull Crushers Candy
Wallflower Kitchen is at it again with these amazing skull candies. They’re made of an amazing “white chocolate” coating consisting of raw cashews, coconut oil, agave, and almond milk. So cool.
Chocolate Spiderweb Cupcakes
For another gorgeous spiderweb creation, check out Texanerin Baking‘s cupcake recipe. These treats are grain-free and dairy-free. You can easily make them vegan by swapping out the honey for brown rice syrup or agave.