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6 Chocolatey Vegan Halloween Candy Recipes

6 chocolate vegan halloween candy recipes photo from Faring Well

Halloween is creeping up on us! Day by day, I’ve been checking off my list of everything I want to do leading up to Halloween. I watched Hocus Pocus, went to see the Halloween villains parade at Disneyland with my fiance, and bought a ridiculous amount of pumpkin everything (mini pumpkins, pumpkin napkins, pumpkin trick-or-treat buckets, pumpkin lantern).

Now, I’ve got Halloween candy on my mind, so I rounded up this list of 6 chocolatey vegan Halloween candy recipes for you to sink your teeth into! If you’re a candy lover like me, then you’ll definitely enjoy making these healthier Halloween candy recipes over the next week. 

homemade vegan twix bars photo from Food Faith Fitness

1. Vegan Twix Bars

Twix bars were seriously my favorite as a kid! Okay, well it’s impossible to pick just one favorite, but Twix are definitely in my top 5. These vegan twix bars are made with only 6 ingredients and are chewy, salty, and rich all at the same time. Plus they’re gluten-free and refined sugar-free too!

vegan peanut butter cups photo from This Rawsome Vegan Life

2. Peanut Butter Cups

These two-ingredient chocolate peanut butter cups are vegan and seriously just made with dark chocolate and peanut butter. It doesn’t get simpler than that! They’re a healthier version of Reese’s which, you guessed it, were also definitely in my top 5 candy list. 

vegan mint patties photo from This Rawsome Vegan Life

3. Chocolate Covered Mint Patties

Okay, so I’ll admit that when I was growing up I always thought York peppermint patties were more of an “adult candy”. Well, boy was I right because now I totally like them too. These healthier, vegan chocolate covered mint patties are made from a base of coconut and cashews. They’ll keep your skin glowing and taste delicious!

vegan and gluten-free milky way bars photo from Minimalist Baker

4. Vegan Milky Way

Ah, the chewy date caramel on top of a soft, dense nougat really can’t be beat. Try these triple-layer vegan milky way bars that you can make in just 30 minutes with 6 ingredients! 

vegan snickers bars

5. Vegan Snickers Bars

There are few candies I love more than Snickers. These easy vegan Snickers bars made by yours truly have a coconut cashew base layered with peanut butter date caramel and homemade peanut butter swirled raw chocolate. Super filling, healthy, and amazing!

vegan baby ruths photo from Faring Well

6. Vegan Baby Ruth Candy Bars

Just like Jessie, I wasn’t too fond of nuts in candy as a kid. But my love for the crunchy peanuts mixed with caramel in these vegan Baby Ruth candy bars has me totally drooling. She gives you exquisite detail in how to make them and you only need 5 ingredients, so you really can’t go wrong. 

If you want more healthy Halloween inspiration, check out my other list of vegan Halloween candy recipes. Happy haunting!

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