Photo: Romulo Yanes

Whether you're celebrating Halloween by going door-to-door for tricks and treats, or just curling up on the couch to watch a horror movie, you're going to want some snacks. These vegan-friendly options will be loved by plant-based and omnivore folks equally.

October 04, 2016

Whether you're vegan and hosting a Halloween party or just know you'll have a handful of plant-based eaters showing up to your spooky event, it's always a good idea to have a few options on hand at the snacking buffet. This collection of vegan-friendly Halloween treats is eclectic and delicious. You could even serve only these items, and your guests won't have any idea their delicious bites have no animal products.

 Photo: Jennifer Causey

Additively crunchy and boldly flavored, Warm Spiced Cashews will have your hovering around the snack table all night.

 Photo: Marcus Nilsson

Easy to make Peanut Butter and Chocolate Dipped Pretzels will leave you with more time to dress up and decorate, while still providing tasty snacks.

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An unusual twist on a classic, Spicy Seaweed Popcorn relies on nori and red pepper flakes for a flavor pop. 

 Katherine Flynn

Perfect for an on-the-go bite before trick-or-treating, Pumpkin Spice Bites are equally delicious and portable. 

 Photo: Jennifer Causey

Make these Pumpkin Seed, Date, and Tahini Bars the day before and simply whip our these for a great treat.

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In Fall, Fresh Apple Salsa is a must. Pair with salty tortilla chips for a satisfying snack. 

 Photo: Jennifer Causey

No pumpkin spice here. Pumpkin Hummus uses your favorite gourd with a savory twist. 

 Photo: Grace Elkus

Spiced Apple Chips are healthy enough (and addictive enough) that you can keep crunching all night long. 

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Don't toss those seeds after the jack o lantern carving! Throw them into a skillet and create Sweet and Spicy Pumpkin Seeds.

 Photo: Katherine Flynn

Grab one of these Apple Pie Bites for a quick energy boost and sweet treat.

 Photo: Romulo Yanes

Make a grown-up spicy version of the classic with Cinnamon-Cider Candied Apples

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