Halloween is almost here! If you don’t have your costume, your candy, and your party plans lined up — don’t get scared, we’re here to help!
If you’re hosting a Halloween gathering of your own, expectations for party perfection can run high — particularly if you’re serving up a vegan spread to omnivorous guests.
Luckily, there are oodles of delicious recipes any eater will love. Every single one of these is sure to get your guests in the Halloween spirit.
With this lineup, you’ll hit that perfect mix of eerie, playful — and totally mouthwatering.
Vegan Candy Corn
Remember candy corn? Who doesn’t miss those tasty orange triangles? Unfortunately, there are no vegan versions on the market, but you can make this easy at-home recipe from Spoon University in just 30 minutes.
Vegan Halloween Pudding Cups
These uber-adorable pudding cups are the cutest thing that’s happened to Halloween since The Nightmare Before Christmas. Namely Marly’s recipe even includes mini pumpkins and a DIY tombstone. Almost too cute to eat!
Halloween Sugar Cookies
Frosted sugar cookies are arguably the best thing about any holiday — and Halloween’s no different. The Kitchen Witch says her vegan version is “perfect” — so make a batch, cut ‘em into creepy shapes, and get to decorating.
Vegan English Muffin Pizzas
Everyone loves a mummy, and these baby English muffin pizzas are the perfect way to represent. This recipe from Veggies Save the Day uses just four ingredients including vegan cheese and green olives for eyes.
Vegan Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs
No party is complete without edible eyeballs. In this case, they’re stuffed mushrooms, dreamed up by Vegan Yack Attack herself. The cooked treats are stuffed with a delicious tofu ricotta, and topped with black olives and sundried tomatoes.
Vegan Baked Apple Cider Donuts
Quintessentially fall, there’s nothing more disappointing than visiting an apple orchard and not being able to sample the cider donuts because they contain eggs. Ugh. Luckily this recipe from My Darling Vegan will make everyone at your party super happy — and there’s no fryer required.
Photo: My Darling Vegan