It’s almost Halloween! Whether you like the spooky part of it or just the fun of dressing up and decorating, we’ve got you covered with amazing Halloween-themed dishes. We have savory meals and even homemade candy to replace the packaged versions. There are so many plant-based options! Celebrate this wonderful holiday with these dishes.

1. Witches Brew Smoothie

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A basic green smoothie can be transformed into witches brew by using beet juice to create a hand. All you need for the Witches Brew Smoothie by Lisa Viger: Blogger, Raw on $10 a Day (or Less) is romaine lettuce, bananas, mango, water, and the juice.

2. Trio of Spooky Halloween Dips

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This Trio of Spooky Halloween Dips by Kathy Hester includes Boo-tiful Butternut Squash White Bean Spread, Ghostly Cashew Cream White Bean Spread, and Scary Slime Green Bean White Bean Spread. Serve them together with veggie slices, crackers and pretzel sticks.

3. Vegan Halloween Bat Biscuits

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How can anyone resist these Vegan Halloween Bat Biscuits by Aine Carlin when they’re shaped like cute bats? Kids will love them! You can use them as a segway to talk about the importance of bats and boast the biscuits are all vegan, too!

4. Cheesy Witch Fingers

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Who knew that almonds could be used so creepily – as witch fingernails! These Cheesy Witch Fingers by Rhea Parsons are gross and awesome, perfect for Halloween.

5. Homemade Vegan Caramel Apples

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Caramel apples are a staple of the fall season, and this version is made with almond milk and light organic corn syrup. These Homemade Vegan Caramel Apples by Wendy Irene are a cleaner and healthier alternative to the store-bought versions that creep into the supermarket once a year.

6. Gruesome Vegan Forbidden Rice Halloween Pudding

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This Gruesome Vegan Forbidden Rice Halloween Pudding by Kathy Hester is soy-free and gluten-free, yet full of chocolaty creamy flavor!

7. Vegan Halloween Sun butter Cups

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These Vegan Halloween Sun butter Cups by Jesse Lane Lee are a fun way to trick your friends into enjoying a healthy treat! These are made with stevia, not artificial ingredients like with some packaged candy versions.

8.  Halloween Super Scary Vegan Chili

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This Halloween Super Scary Vegan Chili by Rhea Parsons looks awesome spilling out of peppers, which are cut to look like pumpkins. It’s a great art piece as well as an appetizer for Halloween dinner.

9. Vegan Mozzarella Eyeballs With Bloody Salsa

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Serve this Vegan Mozzarella Eyeballs With Bloody Salsa by Rhea Parsons at your Halloween bash alongside some tortilla chips – it’s perfectly creepy for the occasion.

10. Spooky Vegan Zucchini Noodles

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These Spooky Vegan Zucchini Noodles by Alissandra Maffucci are a great idea for lunch. The vegan mozzarella chunks with black olive slices are the crazed eyeballs and the roasted red pepper is the bloody tongue. Fuel up for that trick or treating!

11. Vegan Candy Corn

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Who needs that nasty packaged stuff when you can make your own? Put two together and you’ve got a candy heart. Adorable! You have to try this Vegan Candy Corn by Victoria Hoff: Blogger, The Pursuit of Hippieness!

12. Frozen Banana Mummies

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Frozen bananas are a great treat just by themselves, so when you add a caramel mummy swirl and chocolate chip eyes, you’ll have a  delectable taste in full, mummified Halloween style. You have to try these Frozen Banana Mummies by Lexie Croft!

13. Raw Snickers Candy Bars

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Forget the processed, packaged version. These Raw Snickers Candy Bars by Emily von Euw are not only entirely vegan, but also raw!

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