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Vegan Halloween Treat #1 – Monster Donuts
Treat #2 – Chocolate Mousee Graveyard Pots
Treat #3 – Frankenstein Rice Krispie Treats
Treat #4 – Vegan Halloween Monster Donuts
Treat #5 – Mummy Sugar Cookies
Mummies are one of my favorite Halloween things! I think mummy decorations and treats are always so cute. I love how these cookies have lines of frosting across them to look like the mummy’s wrapping and they have fun little eyes poking through. These would be a great treat to have while watching the DCOM Under Wraps.
Treat #6 – Spiderweb Chocolate Cheesecake
Treat #7 – Pumpkin Pie Pop Tarts
We love making pop tarts, but before seeing these ones from Recipe Girl, I had never thought to do them in a pumpkin shape. I love the Jack-o-lantern ones. You could eat these while watching the movie Halloweentown!
Treat #8 – Vampire Bite Cupcakes
Treat #9 – Candy Corn Ice Pops
If you live somewhere that’s a little warmer in the fall, then these candy corn ice pops from Yummy Mummy Kitchen are a must! The layers are made up of coconut cream, pineapple and peaches. So natural and such a delicious vegan treat.
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Treat #10 – Brain cupcakes
These brain cupcakes are so eerie and gross looking, but also so cool and fun for October!
Treat #11 – Almond Joys with faces
Treat #12 – Black Widow Spider Cupcakes
Fork and Beans made the cutest spider cupcakes! I love the black licorice legs on them.
Treat #13 – Bloody Cups
Treat #14 – Halloween Sugar Cookies
These sugar cookies are so simple, but so cute. They have black, orange, and white sprinkles in them.
Treat #15 – Tangerine Pumpkins & Banana Ghosts
These are a good, healthy vegan treat to eat for Halloween. They’re little clementines that look like pumpkins and banana ghosts. Watching Casper and eating a banana ghost would be so fun! Or they could be good hors d oeuvres to a spooky vegan Halloween feast.
Treat #16 – Mummy Pumpkin Cookies
How fun are these pumpkin cookies that look like little mummies? I think the eyes on them make them look perfect.
Treat #17 – Jack Skellington Mounds Cups
I’m not a big fan of the movie The Nightmare Before Christmas, but I love how these Jack Skellington mounds cups look!
Treat #18 – Pumpkin Cheesecake Jack O Lanterns
Food Faith Fitness made these darling Jack-o-lantern cheesecakes! They’re pumpkin flavored and the perfect serving size.
Treat #19 – Spiderweb Sugar Cookies
Spiderwebs are spooky, but cute just like these spiderweb sugar cookies!
Treat #20 – Chocolate Cookies
These chocolate cookies with little orange candies are super festive, but also pretty simple and look like an easy vegan treat to make. Kids will love this treat! Cookies like this taste like brownies and are so delicious.
Treat #21 – Candy Corn Cheesecake
I’ve never liked how candy corn tastes, but I’ve always loved how it looks. Unconventional Baker made this candy corn cheesecake.
Treat #22 – Peanut Butter Spider Cookies
Sunnyside Hanne made these peanut butter cookies with imprints of a spider web and a cute little spider on top.
Treat #23 – Halloween Chocolate Bark
I love peppermint bark at Christmastime, but I’ve never thought of Halloween bark! House Vegan made this healthy, dairy-free take on it.
Treat #24 – Nightmare Before Christmas Cookies
These Nightmare Before Christmas cookies are a little more intricate. They’re chocolate cookies with pumpkin frosting. Yum!
Treat #25 – Monster Treats
These monster treats are a healthy alternative to chocolate or baked goods. These apple bites are sure to put a smile on everyone’s faces!
Treat #26 – Halloween Muddy Buddies
This Halloween puppy chow would be so fun to snack on while watching a Halloween movie!
Treat #27 – Monster Bites
These monster bites are bats ad spiders. They’re both so cute, but I’m really loving the bats! The base is a no-bake peanut butter ball that only has 5 ingredients, then you use licorice and candy eyeballs for the decorations.
Treat #28 – Gingerbread Skeleton Cookies
Treat #29 – Chocolate Bat Cupcakes
These bat cupcakes are chocolate cupcakes with pumpkin frosting, and a little chocolate bat on top. What a fun vegan pumpkin chocolate treat!
Treat #30 – Halloween Cookies
These Halloween cookies are so creative. They are gluten-free, vegan, and raw. They look like little mummies. I love the eyes and love easy fast Halloween treats!
Treat #31 – Mummified Bananas
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