8 Dairy-Free Halloween Treats Your Party Seriously Needs In Its Life
Hosting any party can come with some major stress. You need to have the right music and food prepared that will hit a home run with your guests. It's hard to please everyone, but that's what we're aiming for. If you're hosting a Halloween soiree, you most definitely want it to be an epic night to remember — right down to the tasty snack spread you have planned. Nowadays, it seems like everyone has some dietary restrictions, so you want to make sure you cover all of your bases. That's why it's necessary to have some dairy-free Halloween treats on hand that all of your friends can eat.
You can find vegan or dairy-free recipes for almost every Halloween treat you were planning on making, so you don't have to worry that any of your friends will be missing out. Just like you want to provide for all of your guests, your dairy-free friends most likely don't like to come across as "that person" who makes a big deal about how they can't eat some things. Looking over these eight dairy-free Halloween snack recipes, I'm sure you'll find something you want to whip up for your entire squad to enjoy. So, don't let your Halloween party become a frightfully scary night with little to eat, because it's supposed to be a thriller night (but even a zombie's got to eat).
1. Creepy Crawly Worms And Dirt
I'm pretty sure everyone loves snacking on a good dirt cup. The pudding, Oreo cookies, and gummy worms make it so fun to eat. Needless to say, we feel more than #blessed to finally have this vegan recipe to try out, so everyone can get in on the sugary, chocolaty goodness.
2. Adorable Ghost Cupcakes
These cupcakes are spooky, but also totally vegan, which makes them totally delightful. It's kind of like they're just like Casper, because they're the friendliest ghosts around town (meaning everyone at your Halloween party can eat them). I also think it's genius to use a box cake mix with a can of coke. Who knew that would work? It's almost bone-chilling.
3. Mice Krispie Treats
This treat wins on all accounts, because not only is it vegan, but it's also punny. We're totally here for it. This vegan Rice Krispie Treat recipe is super simple, and by adding a sweet mouse face to all of the bars, you now have mice Krispies. They're so adorable, you almost don't want to eat them — but hunger first.
4. Monster Mouth Apple Slices
Apple slices with peanut butter is a combination that almost everyone can agree is absolutely delicious. Here's a very cute take on that snack, which consists of making monster mouths with the slices, peanut butter, and peanuts. If you have friends who are allergic to nuts, you can use sunflower butter and replace the peanuts with something like raisins.
5. Swamp Drinks For Any Creature Of The Night
If you're looking for a beverage everyone can enjoy for Halloween, here's a swamp drink recipe that's dairy-free. It's basically an egg cream, but one that even those who are lactose intolerant can enjoy. This drink tutorial is the perfect mixture of spooktacular and delicious.
6. Vegan Mummy Hot Dogs And Meatballs
We've seen mummy hot dogs before, but not mummy meatballs, and now we're kicking ourselves for not thinking of it first. Of course, you can wrap croissant dough around a meatball to create a mummy head look. This recipe also involves vegan hot dogs and meatballs, so you can serve it up to all of your vegan friends to savor as well.
7. Frankenstein Oreo And Matcha Chocolate Squares
They're alive! These Frankenstein monster Oreo and matcha chocolate squares are the definition of too cute to eat, but we're going to, anyway. They look absolutely amazing, but also matcha, Oreos, and chocolate are making my stomach growl just like a monster. Another win for these snacks is that they are 100 percent vegan.
8. Delicious Chocolate Pumpkin Cupcakes
These delights look just like mini pumpkin pies in cupcake form, and it's the season for everything pumpkin. We can't get enough of the craze, so it's a must that you have something pumpkin-flavored at your party. That's why a delicious dairy-free pumpkin recipe will make everyone happy, and you should totally try out these cupcakes.