Spooky Halloween Vegan Treats Recipe

Halloween is just a day away and we all know how candies aren’t exactly healthy. What’s scarier is the number of unhealthy things that we can eat in just one night without even noticing it. But here in Radiant Peach, I always have alternatives for moments like this. Who said that healthy eaters can’t enjoy Halloween?! However, some of these recipes have chocolate… So, don’t go eating too much!

Guacamole Witch Dip

Spooky Halloween Vegan Treats Recipe


  • 2 large avocados
  • 1/4 red onion, thinly chopped
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • juice of 1 lime
  • shredded carrots (for the hair)
  • 2 green olive slices (for the eyes)
  • 2 black olive slices (for the eyebrows)
  • 2 slices of a mini red bell pepper (for the lips)
  • 1 cornichon (for the nose)
  • handful blue corn chips (for the hat)


  1. In a bowl, mash the avocado. Add the garlic, onions and lime juice and mix until well combined. Season with sea salt for flavor.
  2. Add the guacamole to the lower half of a serving plate.
  3. Create the corn chip hat first and then add the carrots for the hair.
  4. Assemble the face and serve!

Graveyard Mousse

Spooky Halloween Vegan Treats Recipe


For the Mousse:

  • 2 ripe avocados
  • 8 tbsp cocoa powder
  • 8 tbsp maple syrup or agave nectar
  • 120 ml dairy-free milk

For the tombstone cookies:

  • 175 g / 1 3/4 cup ground almonds
  • 1 tbsp arrowroot powder
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil
  • 2 tbsp agave nectar
  • 1 tbsp vanilla extract
  • Zest of 1 medium lemon
  • 1 tbsp poppy seeds

For the chocolate icing:

  • 2 tbsp coconut oil
  • 2 tbsp cocoa powder
  • 1 tbsp agave nectar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract


For the mouse:

  1. Scoop the flesh out from the avocados and add to a blender, along with the cocoa powder, sweetener, and milk. Blend until smooth and creamy.
  2. Divide the mousse equally and spoon into your serving glasses. Leave in the fridge for at least 30 minutes before serving.

For the cookies:

  1. Preheat the oven to 180c / 350f and line a baking tray with parchment paper.
  2. In a food processor or mixer, mix together the ground almonds and arrowroot powder. Add the coconut oil in a small bit at a time so it’s evenly distributed throughout the dough.
  3. Mix in the rest of the ingredients and turn the dough out onto a board.
  4. Roll the dough so it’s about 1/4 inch thick and using a small sharp knife, cut out your tombstone shapes. Or, if you have tombstone cookie cutters, even better!
  5. Transfer to the baking sheet and bake for 5-8 minutes until golden brown around the edges. Leave to cool before icing.

For the icing:

  1. Melt the coconut oil over a bowl of hot water. Stir in the cocoa powder, agave and vanilla extract. Leave to cool in the fridge for a few minutes.
  2. Transfer the chocolate to an icing bag with a narrow nozzle, suitable for writing. Test a small amount to see if the icing is too runny. If so, return to the fridge to firm up slightly. Once it’s the perfect texture, pipe your RIP letters onto the top of the tombstone cookies and leave to set in the fridge for at least 10 minutes.

Make-A-Monster Trail Mix

Spooky Halloween Vegan Treats Recipe


  • 1 (.88 ounce) package candy eyeballs
  • 2 cups mini pretzels
  • 1 cup corn puff cereal
  • 1 cup Os cereal
  • 3/4 cup M&Ms
  • 1/2 cup slivered almonds
  • 1/2 cup pepitas
  • 1/2 cup raisins
  • Anything else you want, like popcorn!


  • Pour all ingredients into a large bowl and toss with your clean hands or a large wooden spoon. Done! I like to serve it in individual cups.
  • Stores for at least a couple of weeks in a zipper bag or an airtight container.

Jack O’ Lantern Salad

Spooky Halloween Vegan Treats Recipe


For the salad:

  • 4 medium-sized oranges
  • 2 cups green leaf lettuce, chopped
  • 1 stalk celery, chopped small
  • 1 carrot, grated
  • 1/2 red bell pepper, chopped small
  • 1/4 cup peanuts
For the dressing:
  • 3 Tablespoons natural peanut butter, unsalted
  • 1/2 teaspoon toasted sesame oil
  • 2 teaspoons brown rice vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon sriracha or hot sauce
  • 2 teaspoons low-sodium tamari
  • 3 Tablespoons water
  • Salt, to taste



  1. Cut the tops off of four oranges about a quarter of the way from the top. Use a knife to carefully cut around the edges of the inside of the orange. Remove as much of the orange flesh as possible and dice it, removing any seeds you find. To clean out the oranges for the rest of the way, use a handheld juicer to juice the oranges and tops. You can drink the orange juice or use it for another recipe. After the oranges are cleaned out, use a small knife to cut jack o’ lantern-style faces onto them.
  2. Fill each orange with some green leaf lettuce, celery, carrot, and bell pepper. Top with a pinch of peanuts and diced orange. (You will likely have more orange left over than you need.) Serve with Asian-style peanut dressing that guests can pour on their salads.
  1. Whisk peanut butter, toasted sesame oil, brown rice vinegar, hot sauce, tamari, and three tablespoons of water in a small bowl until smooth.
  2. If the dressing is too thick, add additional water (up to one tablespoon) until the dressing has reached your desired smoothness and intensity of flavor. If the dressing is too thin, add an additional teaspoon of peanut butter. Keep in mind that the dressing will thicken in the refrigerator, and don’t add additional water until you’re about to serve, if necessary. Taste the dressing and add salt, if needed.

Raspberry Mummies

Spooky Halloween Vegan Treats Recipe


  • 750 g puff pastry (2 x 375g/15oz package), ready rolled
  • 300 g raspberries fresh or frozen
  • tbsp sugar
  • tsp lemon juice
  • 3 tbsp dairy-free milk for brushing


  1. Preheat oven to 190C/375F. Line a baking sheet with baking parchment paper (or use the parchment from the pastry packet)
  2. Add the raspberries, lemon juice, and sugar to a pan and heat, stirring often until thawed and the raspberries break up a bit. Reduce the heat and simmer for 2-3 minutes until thickened slightly.
  3. Unroll the pastry and cut one sheet into 6 equal-sized squares, then cut each square in half to make 12 rectangles.
  4. Cut the other sheet of pastry into thin strips.
  5. Spoon the raspberry sauce onto the rectangles, avoiding the outer edge.
  6. Add dough strips decoratively to look like mummies, and gently press the edges to seal.
  7. Brush with the dairy-free milk and bake for 20 minutes, or until golden. Serve warm or cold and decorate with edible eyes

These recipes would be extra fun if you have kids or have friends and family who are kids at heart. Not only that, but they’re healthier than your average Halloween treats that consist of nothing else but sugar. Now, all that’s left is for you to enjoy Halloween!

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  • Regina Curry says:

    My younger cousins would definitely enjoy this. Everything looks cute and even the guacamole will be something that they will enjoy.

    • Rebecca Givens says:

      Hope you and your little cousins enjoyed Halloween, Regina!

  • Jaime Mcgee says:

    Great recipes! I honestly don’t want pies for Halloween anymore so I’m looking for better options.

  • Eileen Garner says:

    Awww these are so adorable. The easiest to do here is the Make-A-Monster. Super cute ideas!

  • I like the raspberry mummies. Actually, you can cook or bake almost anything and add the edible eyes and they’re Halloween treats already.

  • The Jack O’ Lantern is for adults. My kids would hate that even if it’s disguised as a Jack O’ Lantern. 😂

  • Raeann Saunders says:

    Nice ideas for Halloween. I’m already starting to dread sugary candies.😫

  • Thank you so much that this isn’t full of chocolate.

  • Adorable recipes. They’re perfect 😊 My friends and I usually get together during Halloween nights instead of partying… Yeah, because we feel so old already and we could no longer handle late nights.

  • Shannon Harper says:

    Not planning to prepare this for trick or treat because it can be quite time consuming. But this is perfect for those who host parties.

    • Mary Garcia says:

      Yes, it’ only for party hosting. Kids will hate you if you give them guacamol for trick or treat.

  • Ada Rodriquez says:

    I really like that trail mix make a monster. You can just put the ingredients on another serving container and ask people to arrange it the way the like it.😄

  • Kelley Patton says:

    I’m so ready for Halloween because of these recipes. 😀

  • Ofelia Ruley says:

    I prefer not adding M&M’s to the trail mix. I know, that spoils the fun, but I don’t want to feel guilty eating too much of those.

  • Cathy Daniel says:

    I’m a home buddy so I don’t really enjoy going to parties. However, I really enjoy making something that will help me enjoy the Halloween spirit. These are perfect, plus factor that they’re healthy!

  • Erma Sparks says:

    This is perfect with our pumpkin jello shots for Halloween. My friends and I could use a healthy touch to our party menu.

    • Rebecca Givens says:

      Enjoy Halloween night with these recipes, Erma!

  • Nice! Healthy recipes to the next level. Halloween for me is dreadful because I treat that entire day as my cheat day. Now, I don’t even have to.

  • Diana Gloster says:

    These are very amazing. It won’t hurt for my little ones to try something that’s a little healthy than the usual.

    • My thoughts exactly. There are times that I really want to switch chocolate balls to grapes!

  • These are some truly unique ideas! I love Halloween because you dress up put make up on, make yummy treats and eat candy go trick or treating . No other Halloween is this much of fun!

  • LOVED THEM! I was kinda strugling with vegan Halloween treats being to hard to make but those are some easy fantastic ones!! A massive thank you and Happy Halloween!

  • Wow! You’re so good! Great job with those! Something I made one Halloween was vanilla cake balls covered in white frosting, then I took a thin paintbrush and with food coloring, added a black dot for a pupil and little red veins up the sides. The turnout was amazingly creepy yet incredibly tasty.

  • I love your blog posts and went vegan myself in may 2016. veganize it! amazing halloween recipes. can you try make seitan? thanksgiving is coming up it might be a great turkey substitute.

  • Fun and delicious recipes! Looks so good! Happy Halloween everyone! I judge the strength of the economy based on what type of candy and treats people hand out on Halloween 😂

  • This was excellent – especially the Jack O’ Lantern Salad looked amazing! Happy Halloween & All Saints’ Day!

  • I know a 6 year old boy that ❤️ loves good vegan Halloween treats ( my son 😝) and would ❤️ love for me to make these! Thanks.

  • The chocolate graveyard mousse looks amazing 😍 Unfortunately I’m writing my uni final exams on Halloween

  • Ohhh the graveyard mousse!! My friend served those at her party, looked yummy but I couldn’t get a taste. Still sad that I didn’t get to taste this one because my stomach was already full of the other yummies 😅 Going to follow your recipe to make my own.

  • OH MY GOD THANK YOU SOOO MUCH FOR THESE RECIPES! I’m going to a Halloween Party today but one of my friends who is going is a vegan and I really wanted to make her some food for the party so she’s not left out. This is honestly a life saver! I’ve been looking all week!

  • Chocolate mousse is my specialty! It was the thing I would serve in parties! It’s so easy and cheap to make! It is so easy to double too, especially if there are many guests coming!

  • I love these ideas! The recipes are amazing and so well explained – will be making some soon for sure! Keep up the good work! 😀✌🌱

  • So cute! I work at a preschool and need to bring in a treat for the kids! They are going to love these!

  • Dominique Jordan says:

    Thank you for all your food ideas. I’m trying to plan a Halloween party and trying to come up with food ideas that are creepy.

  • Mildred Rodriguez says:

    🤩🤩 Absolutely brilliant! I’m gonna try these out. I’m sure my nephews and nieces are gonna be crazy about them! 😄

  • Mary Davis says:

    These look lovely. I am definitely going to make them 🖤 You must’ve had so much fun making and eating all of that LOL

  • Kira Francisco says:

    Such creative and cool recipes, and the pics look amazing too! I can tell how much time you put into it . 👏👏👏

  • Norma Vargas says:

    Oh my god, you’re the best and these foods are cutest! And that Graveyard Mousse – yes please!!! I’m so hungry now 😝

  • Kimberly Taylor says:

    These all turned out so cute!! 🎃 I’m going to a Halloween party and I’m definitely bringing one of these treats.

  • Danna Coss says:

    Hi! These look super easy to make and super yummy eat. Love you for sharing the recipes. thanks so much 😘

  • Ollie West says:

    Niiiice!! Big fan of guacamole sauces and yours is super cute. We made a Frankenguac this year instead of a witch 😂

  • Cara Williams says:

    Oh thank you! I am the parent that has to bring the snacks for the school Halloween party. Now I have some ideas.

  • Maureen David says:

    i’m loving the spooky aesthetic. I love your talent and creativity, also the recipes are AMAZING!! Great job!!

  • Betty Conner says:

    I wanted to be a kid just by reading through this. I’m a kid at heart though so I’m trying this for Halloween night.

  • Jessica Steiner says:

    Omg all your recipes are so delicious and vegan! Please keep doing what you do! 💕💪🏻

  • Christine George says:

    You have no idea how much I love food and I was waiting for u to post some recipes! Thanks 😘💜

  • Clara Beasley says:

    So can’t wait to try 😀 I know my son will like them too 🙂 thanks for sharing!

  • Valerie Dews says:

    Very creative! As spooky as they’re supposed to be, they’re all so cute and yummy!

  • Eliza Perry says:

    All the snacks look really good! Some friends and I maybe want to do a Halloween party so these would be cool to make for that 🙂

  • Margaret Taylor says:

    This is soo cute. im going to see if i can find shovel shaped spoons, it would be even more adorable

  • Arlene Zeringue says:

    I really like these recipes!! they’re easy so it’s a bonus factor 🙂 will definitely try those out!!

  • Ola Tarver says:

    These are so creative, I’ll definitely have to try the Make A Monster Trail Mix. yummy ((:

  • Sally Levi says:

    This are truly great and I’m sure so fun to make with children. I’ll definitely try!

  • Natalie Mitchell says:

    I love your content. You’re full of brilliant ideas. Why don’t you have millions of followers yet?

  • Elizabeth Brown says:

    Great! Healthy snacks!! I’ve been so addicted to pastries lately 😔 Gotta back on whole foods team

  • Alicia Tilton says:

    These are so cute! definitely making them for my halloween party!! Thanks so much!

  • Andrea Doane says:

    These are so creative and they look so delicious. I’m gonna have to try them .

  • Jennifer Begaye says:

    LOVE all of these ideas! The Guacamole Witch Dip is absolutely my favorite. I can’t wait to try it.

  • Carolyn Griffin says:

    These are awesome! I can actually use some of these ideas even outside Halloween, because I have to provide snacks after events we do every other Tuesday night, so these are some great options!

  • Renee Brown says:

    These are really cute ideas! I always hated the gross looking Halloween snacks, and these are some really cute snacks i could stomach. Their sooo cute!

  • Jean Speight says:

    I honestly can’t wait to actually try these recipes! 😀 really creative ideas! Really got me into the Halloween spirit 🙂

  • Zelda Drummond says:

    After a few years of becoming vegan, I struggled to like dairy-free alternatives to baking ingredients. It didn’t taste as good as the regular ones so I just tried avoiding any food that needs to have dairy.😟

    • Edith Lyons says:

      Try other brands if one doesn’t make you happy. It’s not all that bad if you get used to it.

  • Nina Remington says:

    They all look so delicious. I’m making some right now of every single one. about 2 hours ago i had no idea what to prepare for tonight! so thank you!

  • Molly Sandberg says:

    Such fabulous Halloween treats!! I love your creative ideas 🙂 That graveyard mousse looks like the bomb!!

  • Samatha Fulk says:

    Oh my goodness! You’re always delivering, and never failing! Such epicly fun ideas! Happy Halloween 🎃👻☠️😈

  • Tracy Fletcher says:

    Awesome treats! I’m hanging out with my friends tonight for Halloween and we’re making snacks so these will be great .

  • Sabrina Melendez says:

    Very cute and spooky treats. Perfect for kids especially when you don’t want them to keep eating chocolate and candies for Halloween.😬

  • Cathy Shook says:

    I’m so excited for Halloween because of this. Every year we have a small get together for Halloween and I can’t think of creative snacks!

  • Lorena Vega says:

    My boyfriend approves of this recipe. Guess what the girlfriend is making this Halloween! Can’t wait to stuff these yummy treats down my mouth 😍😍😍😍

  • Michele Urena says:

    Too late for this year but I’m totally making these next year if I have a Halloween party, I’ll also serve these treats!

  • Patty Williams says:

    I’m throwing a Halloween party for my friends tonight and you were a big help. It’s gonna be lit 🔥🔥 like a jack o lantern 🎃

  • Patricia Ciotti says:

    I don’t understand how someone can come up with so many creative ways of making their food look so cute 😍

  • Alice Parker says:

    yummmmmmm ill be sure to make these later on. you’re always full of brilliant ideas. once again I am so impressed!

  • Danielle Hyder says:

    What I love about the make-a-monster trail mix is that you can explore your options and not just limit it to trail mix. 😃

  • Patricia Hamilton says:

    Too much yummy goodness 🤩🤩 I’m not even vegan but I can’t wait to make these! 👌🏽😍

  • Rebecca McMullan says:

    Oh nooooo! Too late now but I am SO gonna make these for next Halloween!!!

  • Leah Brooks says:

    These are SO creative and look absolutely delicious! What are you dressing as for Halloween?

  • Jennifer Rawson says:

    You’re absolutely Awesome! So happy to have found a HAPPY KIND Vegan blogger!! 🙂

  • Heidi Jones says:

    WOOP WOOP! HALLOWEEN! OMG, these are so cute! Totally gonna try them out! 😃

  • Ana Moore says:

    Happy Halloween! I love how creative you get with your recipes 🙂

  • Jayna Irwin says:

    This is such a great idea!! I love spooky treats! I’m gonna try it all this halloween 😍😍😍

  • Elizabeth Lefebvre says:


  • Rosa Murphy says:

    OH MY GOD! Those are so creative! I love you so much! Amazing job!!!!!!!

  • Bernice Taylor says:

    What delightful ideas! I wish I had seen these before I made my preprations.

  • Paula Patton says:

    Omg they look so coooool!!! And creative, love the Jack O’ Lantern salad the most. 🍬🍬+🎃🎃=💚💚💚💚

  • Hilary Lawson says:

    Just recently found your blog and I must say I’m obsessed 😍 You’re full of great ideas 😊

  • Karla Thomas says:

    These are so simple, even I can do it! But I doubt that I can make them look as good as you made them look!

  • Cora Robinson says:

    This is so friggin cute 🌙🔮🕸🕷🎃 you’re pretty much the most creative blogger i’ve ever followed!

  • Della Richards says:

    These are such GOOD ideas!! I can’t wait to make them!!! Thank you so much!!!

  • Diana Daniel says:

    Wow. YOU ARE KILLING IT! I love your recipes. keep up the good work!! ♡

  • Lillie Wright says:

    wonderful job on making these! they must be so delicious. are they your own recipes?

  • Like how do you get these ideas 😍 I could never come up with this awesomeness lmao 😀

  • April Gonzalez says:

    These are soooo cute . You are so freaking creative!! Thanks so much for sharing your awesome recipes!

  • Frances Moss says:

    Looks fantastic. Simple but effective. You are quite the pastrie chef. A woman of many talents. 👍💀👻

  • Terry Morgan says:

    Oh my gosh I must try these!! My little sisters would LOVE THEM

  • Anne Glover says:

    The Witch Dip looks amazing! Spook-tacular treat for the spookiest parties of the year 🎃

  • Angel Gray says:

    Mousse and avocado? That’s one unique combination. I love avocados though! WIll try this.😋

    • Joan Taylor says:

      It’s actually really good. Depending on how ripe your avocado is, it can be naturally sweet as it is.

  • Monique Fleming says:

    That guacamole witch is so adorable. What a perfect center piece for the Halloween party table!!!

  • Claudia Delgado says:

    This made me crave sweets even though I was trying to aim for something healthy.

  • Janice Bass says:

    I want to eat all of this. It’s creepily appetizing. 😍

  • Hilda Norris says:

    That Graveyard Mouse is so cute. I think I need to buy shot glasses for that though.

  • Delores Green says:

    I think I prefer the Jack O’ Lantern salad to be a fruit salad.😛

  • Jenny Marsh says:

    everything about this was amazing! well done! i won’t wait until next Halloween to try these. gotta give em a try asap!

  • Selli Coaze says:

    Is it okay to make these ahead? If so, what is the procedure for storage?

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