7 Spooky Vegan Halloween Recipes

Halloween is almost here and the preparations are in full swing. So we’re sharing some of the most spook-tacular vegan Halloween recipes to get you into the spirit! We’re talking kid-friendly chocolate mummy donuts, pumpkin tear & share bread, and so much more. No tricks here, but plenty of treats…

Oh, and don’t forget to share your Halloween creations with us, by tagging us on Instagram @myvegan or using the hashtag #Myvegan for a chance to be featured on our feed!

7 Vegan Halloween Recipes

1. Chocolate Mummy Donuts

Vegan Halloween Recipe | Myvegan

We’re all about easy and fun Halloween treats, and these vegan mummy donuts are no different. Whether you’re hosting a Halloween party or looking for a new, healthy snack – this recipe is sure to hit the spot. These vegan donuts can be whipped up in a matter of minutes, they require no frying or baking, and they make a much healthier alternative to shop-bought versions. The best part? They’re so quick and easy, young ‘uns can even help make ’em!

Find the full recipe here.

2. Pumpkin Tear & Share Bread

Vegan Halloween Recipes | Myvegan

This pumpkin tear & share bread is easier to make than you might think and makes the perfect centrepiece for an Autumn celebration! Thanks to our best-selling Soy Protein Isolate Powder, this recipe doesn’t just taste great, it’s super nutritious too. Containing only 102 calories and 8g of protein per serving, it’s the perfect option if you’re looking to make healthier choices – without skimping on the Halloween fun!

Find the full recipe here.

3. Chocolate Cherry Poptart Mummies

Mummie Poptarts

These spooky poptart mummies will be love at first bite! Containing our best-selling Chocolate Vegan Protein Blend and glazed with cherry “fake blood”, these poptart mummies contain absolutely no nasties, and are sure to satisfy your sweet Halloween cravings – the guilt-free way.

Find the full recipe here.

4. White Chocolate & Peanut Bars

Halloween Vegan Reeses Chocolate Bars

Add a seasonal twist to your baking with these white chocolate & peanut bars – our vegan take on the classic Reece’s Pieces flavour combination. They’re super-easy to make and are a great, mess-free snack to enjoy at home or on-the-go.

Find the full recipe here.

5. Frankenstein Smoothie Bowl

To make this smoothie bowl, all you need is:

For the spooky toppings:

6. Blueberry Pumpkin Muffins

Make the most of pumpkin season by using them in your baking. Pumpkins are an amazing, nutrient-dense fruit (yes – it’s technically a fruit!) and are especially high in vitamin A. These blueberry pumpkin muffins are delicious cold or warm, straight out of the oven. You can add your own winter spice mix to give it an extra seasonal taste.


  • 122 g pureed pumpkin
  • 115 ml almond milk
  • 30 g Vegan Protein Blend (coffee & walnut)
  • 100 g spelt flour
  • 50 g coconut sugar
  • 50 g blueberries
  • 0.5 tsp. baking powder
  • 0.5 cup water


  1. Pre-heat the oven to 180°C.

  2. Stir all the ingredients together to form a smooth mixture.

  3. Pour the batter into cupcake moulds or muffin cases.

  4. Bake for 25 minutes.

7. Dark Magic Protein Pancakes

Vegan pancakes make a great high-protein breakfast or dessert, and this doesn’t change over the Halloween season. You can even get creative and make fake blood using real fruit juices from blackberries, blueberries and cherries!



  • 200g buckwheat flour
  • 1/2 banana (blended) 1/2 banana (topping)
  • 50g Soy Protein Isolate
  • 1tsp bicarbonate of soda
  • 400ml plant milk


  • Handful dark fruits
  • Organic Maple Syrup


  1. Blend together the pancake ingredients to give a smooth pancake mix.
  2. Pre-heat a non-stick pan and pour out small circles of pancake mixture.
  3. Leave them to cook on a medium heat and wait for the bubbles to start appearing on the top of the pan

Arabella Ogilvie

Arabella Ogilvie

Writer and expert

Arabella has a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology from the University of Glasgow where she covered health topics ranging from the physiological effects of exercise and nutrition, to psychology and neuroscience.

She has a lifelong interest in sport and fitness, including running, swimming, hockey, and especially rowing. At university, Arabella was a keen rower and competed in the first boat at events such as the prestigious Henley Women’s Regatta, The Scottish Boat Race, and British University Championships, and won Novice Rower of the year in her first year.

In her spare time, Arabella loves to train in the gym and practice yoga and meditation. She is passionate about the natural world and will take any opportunity to be outdoors.

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