With Halloween just around the corner, there’s a fantastic opportunity to explore and introduce delicious plant-based treats!

Here are some spooktacular plant-based goodies for Halloween, with the recipes and descriptions courtesy of World of Vegan founder, vegan chef, and author Michelle Cehn. Try them today if you dare!

Mummy Dogs & Mummy Meatballs

These spooky mummy dogs and mummy balls are so easy to make and sure to be a crowd-pleaser at your next Halloween shindig! They’re easily made vegan with a simple swap and can be ready in less than 25 minutes!

Mummy dogs

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Mice Krispies Treats

These mice krispies are the best vegan rice krispies treat recipe to make for a Halloween get-together! They’re easy to prepare and are also gluten-free and dairy-free, making them the perfect sweet that everyone can enjoy!

Jack O Lantern Smoothie

Creepin’ it real, there’s not a lot of time for mummy or daddy to make monstrous meals on Halloween night. For a quick snack, use a little bit of sorcery to whip up a batch of smoothies for the ghoulish gang. Awesome for on-the-go goblins and trick-or-treat adventures.

Jack o lantern smoothie

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Pumpkin Milkshake

Embrace the autumn spirit with this incredible pumpkin milkshake recipe! This creamy and spiced concoction perfectly captures the essence of pumpkin pie in every sip, making it an irresistible seasonal treat!

Pumpkin smoothie

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Homemade Caramel Apples

Learn to celebrate the simple things in life with these sweet vegan caramel apples. Apples are available all year round with countless choices to appease your appetite. From delightful Granny Smith to delicious Fuji, you’ll have so much fun being creative with your caramel-dipped concoctions.

caramel apples

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Pumpkin Baked Oatmeal

This pumpkin baked oatmeal is sweet and perfectly spiced for a warm and cozy breakfast. In just 25 minutes you can have a delicious meal that’s great for serving the whole family! Oven baked oatmeal makes great leftovers, too! They’re easy to reheat and they travel well as oatmeal bars if you need breakfast on-the-go!


(Courtesy of Michelle Cehn/World of Vegan)