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.

By Hayley Sugg
October 04, 2016
Photo: Romulo Yanes

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.


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