Mummies are one of my favorite Halloween things! I think mummy decorations and treats are always so cute. I love how these cookies have lines of frosting across them to look like the mummy’s wrapping and they have fun little eyes poking through. These would be a great treat to have while watching the DCOM Under Wraps.
We love making pop tarts, but before seeing these ones from Recipe Girl, I had never thought to do them in a pumpkin shape. I love the Jack-o-lantern ones. You could eat these while watching the movie Halloweentown!
These Vampire Bite Cupcakes from V Nutrition and Wellness are pretty simple looking, but so so perfect for a Halloween treat to take to a Halloween party. These are a must-have treat for when you watch Mom’s Got a Date With a Vampire!
If you live somewhere that’s a little warmer in the fall, then these candy corn ice pops from Yummy Mummy Kitchen are a must! The layers are made up of coconut cream, pineapple and peaches. So natural and such a delicious vegan treat.
Bloody cups are spooky and sound oh so delicious! They have a raspberry filling and seem pretty easy to make. They’re like chocolate peanut butter cups, but with a different filling. They’re a good peanut free alternative. They are vegan and gluten free. Desserts like this are so yummy!
These are a good, healthy vegan treat to eat for Halloween. They’re little clementines that look like pumpkins and banana ghosts. Watching Casper and eating a banana ghost would be so fun! Or they could be good hors d oeuvres to a spooky vegan Halloween feast.
These chocolate cookies with little orange candies are super festive, but also pretty simple and look like an easy vegan treat to make. Kids will love this treat! Cookies like this taste like brownies and are so delicious.
These monster bites are bats as spiders. They’re both so cute, but I’m really loving the bats! The base is a no-bake peanut butter ball that only has 5 ingredients, then you use licorice and candy eyeballs for the decorations.