9 Fun Vegan Halloween Recipes

Posted · 29th September 2020
Fun vegan Halloween recipes

“Double, double toil and trouble. Fire burn and Cauldron bubble…”

Halloween is upon us, so it’s time to get creative in the kitchen! We’ve scoured the web and found nine quick, easy and, most importantly, spooky recipes that are perfect for everyone.

Stuffed Pepper Jack O’ Lanterns

Who says the carving has to stop at pumpkins?

These stuffed peppers are scary and adorable in equal measure – and simple to prepare too!

Full Recipe: BBC Good Food

Watermelon Jack O’Lantern

The carving fun doesn’t stop there – this gory scene uses watermelon and an assortment of fruit to give an even healthier twist on this Halloween staple.

Full Recipe: Tesco

Halloween Zombie Fingers

These creepy dark chocolate zombie fingers are sure to be a hit – they also have an added bonus of being gluten-free.

Full recipe: Recipe From A Pantry

Bloody Falafel Fingers

If you fancied a non-chocolate alternative, then look no further than your beloved Cauldron falafel!

This recipe gives you all the steps to make your own, but you can save valuable time by just grabbing some of our Moroccan or Middle Eastern Falafels and shaping it into a finger. The finishing touches are then down to you!

Full Recipe: Vegan Richa

Toffee Apples

Nothing screams Halloween more than a good, old fashioned Toffee Apple. Re-ignite this October tradition with these sublime treats that the kids are sure to be clamouring for.

Full recipe: BBC Good Food

Frankenstein Avocado Toast

Let’s be honest, who doesn’t love avocado on toast?

Start the day the right way with a spooky breakfast treat. You can even swap the vegan cheese out for some of your tasty Marinated Tofu Pieces – yum!

Full Recipe: Vegan Chow Down

Stuffed Mushroom Eyeballs

In and amongst the madness of getting everything prepared for an evening of Halloween fun, the simplest dishes are sometimes the best.

These mushroom eyeballs are a dish that the kids can help to prepare, plus the tofu ricotta is to die for (pun intended)!

Full Recipe: Vegan Yack Attack

Tombstone Cupcakes

You’ll need to dedicate a little bit more time to prepare these beauties, but trust us – it’ll be worth it. Just look at them!

The tombstones themselves are made from gingerbread biscuit, sitting on a cupcake base with vegan royal icing for the finishing touches.

Full Recipe: Domestic Gothess

Pumpkin and Stem Ginger Cheesecake

Pumpkin and Stem Ginger Cheesecake

If you’ve bought one pumpkin too many at the supermarket, fear not – we have an edible solution.

Our Pumpkin and Stem Ginger Cheesecake is a delight of a dessert, topped with mouth-watering vegan coconut cream. It’s such a good use of your Original Tofu Block that it’ll soon become a Halloween tradition in your household.

Full recipe

As ever, we’d love to see your creations this Halloween. If you share with us over on Instagram (make sure to tag us @cauldronfoods), then we’ll re-post the spookiest!


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