You may have seen the fake cobwebs and Jack-O-Lanterns populating the streets. Along with the other decorations, everything food and drink has taken on a Halloween flavor. Although you’re able to make all your favorite Halloween candies plant-based, this spooky season, we are going to take a look at some Halloween-themed products suitable for anyone on a plant-based diet.
1. Halloween Oreos
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One user says: “Very cute gift idea! Was very pleased. The box is well made and doesn’t feel cheap at all.”
Garden Veggie Chips (Ghosts & Bats) has a spooky scary Halloween theme! $11.99 for a bag.
Carrie says: “I got these chips in my October Began cuts box and my daughter loves them. She wanted more as soon as she was done.”
3. Halloween Pasta
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Marie Anne says: “This was not as amazing as I had hoped, but it was okay.”
4. Welch’s Halloween Fruit Snacks
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One user says: “Huge hit at our toddler’s Halloween party! Will be ordering next year!”
5. Annie’s Organic Halloween Fruit Snacks
6. Oreo Seasonal Halloween Cookies
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7. Halloween Crunch
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8. Wholesome Halloween Lollipops
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9. Yumearth Organic Gummy Fruit
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10. Torie & Howard Halloween Assorted Chewie Fruities
Make Your Own Halloween-Themed Snacks!
Can’t get enough Halloween-shaped snacks? Check out these adorable Halloween yummies courtesy of the Food Monster App.
Rice Crispy Mummies With White Chocolate Coating [Vegan, Gluten Free]
These Rice Crispy Mummies With White Chocolate Coating from Heidi Turunen are a necessity for your Halloween party for a few reasons. One, they’re quick and easy to make — no baking necessary. Two, they’re gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and can be made gluten-free if you swap the puffed rice for puffed quinoa. Three, they’re adorable! The white chocolate coating is easy to drizzle to look like “mummy wrappers,” so you don’t need to be a professional (or amateur) baker to make them look amazing.
6. Halloween Bat Biscuits [Vegan]
Frozen Banana Mummies [Vegan]
For families that don’t do gluten and dairy, and avoid sugar and artificial ingredients, Halloween can leave kids feeling left out. These Frozen Banana Mummies from Lexie Croft are a fun and festive food craft that will make any goblin feel included in the fun—and they are far healthier than a candy bar! Sweetness comes from the banana and a drizzle of melted cocoa butter mixed with powdered low-glycemic coconut sugar. Make a couple dozen at a time and freeze for a grab-and-go frozen treat anytime.
For more Halloween treat ideas, check out 10 Vegan Candy Recipes, and download our Food Monster App, which is available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 10,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!
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