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11 Spooktacular Plant-Based Treats for Halloween

11 Spooktacular Plant-Based Treats for Halloween

It’s Halloween again! With that comes the challenge of finding healthy, plant-based treats for kids and adults. So, whether you’re looking for something for a Halloween office party, kids’ school party, or for handing out on the big night, here’s a great list of plant-based Halloween snacks to consider:

1. Stuffed “Scary” Bell Peppers

If you’re looking for an easy side with a Halloween twist, look no further. All you need is to cut some fun faces in your peppers!

2. Polyjuice Potion

Have Harry Potter fans in the house? Then they’ll love this recipe. You can forgo a pinch of the person you want to turn into, though. Instead, this is a smoothie blend that you can bet your kids will want to drink once you tell them it’s Polyjuice Potion. Optional – add a scoop of Plant Protein Powder to up the protein content.

3. Dark Chocolate Ghosts

These little gems make for great treats on Halloween night or as tiny party pleasers on the treat tray.

4. Frozen Banana Pops

A stick and half a frozen banana is the start of something great – all you need is a few things for decorating! Kids will love coming up scary designs.

5. Worms and Dirt

Kids of all ages will love this spooky dessert. It’s easy to make, and you can buy vegan worms if you want to skip a step, or you can make your favorite chocolate pudding for the base.

6. Mummy Polenta Bites

Here’s another simple recipe that will wow the crowd, with just a handful of ingredients you probably have on hand. It’s a perfect kid’s party pleaser with just a few easy-to-find ingredients.

7. Pumpkin Spice Latte Chocolate Pudding Cake

Here’s a great adult dessert that’s perfect for parties or dinner gatherings. Chocolatey and gooey, the pumpkin spices make this dish sing. And no one will even guess that it’s dairy and gluten-free!

8. Spooky Skull Pot Pies

Although you need a special pan to make these, it’s well worth the effort for something spooky and healthy for a Halloween-themed dinner party. Note that this recipe calls for a traditional (wheat flour-based) pastry, but you can replace it with this gluten-free piecrust recipe.

9. Mummied Bananas

Baked bananas are just plain delicious. Add some pastry, and you have a fun dessert. Feel free to include some red jam for a “bloody” dipping sauce! If you don’t have access to vegan, gluten-free puff pastry you can use the pie crust recipe above.

10. Candy Corn Popsicles

You don’t need candy to make kids happy, just make a round of these delicious popsicles! Three layers with fresh fruit puree and coconut (or other plant-based milk), this treat will quickly become a family favorite!

11. Chocolate Treat Smoothie

With all of the sweets surrounding you in the days leading up to Halloween, it can sometimes be difficult to turn down candy. Stave off those cravings by giving yourself a Chocolate Treat Smoothie. Packed with chocolaty goodness, satiating almond butter and 20g of plant-protein, this smoothie can be your go-to treat.

Chocolate Treat Smoothie
Serves 1

1 cup almond milk (or chocolate almond milk)

1 tablespoon raw cacao or cocoa powder

1 scoop 22 Days Chocolate Plant Protein Powder

1 tablespoon almond butter

1 frozen banana

Blend and top with shaved chocolate or mini vegan chocolate chips. Enjoy!

Wishing you and your family a spooktacular Halloween!

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