Frighteningly Easy Homemade Halloween Treats

Trick or treat time is around the corner, and we’re a hundred percent invested in choosing treat. Homemade treats to be specific. We’ve got vegan options, healthy options, and some naughty options that you can whip out this Halloween. Either way, these are treats that every ghoul, ghost or witch that arrives on your porch will adore. Well, that’s if you don’t gobble them up first.

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These vegan peeps are like little ghostly swirls that everyone is guaranteed to enjoy. The recipe is terrifyingly simple (see what we did there?) and it serves 40, which is the amount you’ll need when trick or treaters get a taste for it.

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This is a great take on the classic and much loved seasonal treat, candy corn. Basically they’re sugar cookies in a sneaky candy corn disguise — which is delicious, but not exactly easy on the waist-line. However, in the candy corn sugar cookies’ defense, Halloween is the one glorious day of guilt-free sugar snacking. So go ahead, treat yourself.

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These chocolate covered crunch peanut butter balls are a decadent treat. The two main ingredients are chocolate and peanut butter, in other words, yum! You’d think these treats would give you diabetes, but if you use the recommended natural and raw ingredients, you won’t suffer quite as bad from the usual sugar hangover come 1 November.

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This gummy bear recipe is something you’ll use all year round, and for good reason. It’s exceptionally thorough, so you have a lot of options when making these delectable treats. There’s a vegan option, a milky option (they use almond milk), and a fruit puree option, and they’re all sugar free. You can even add in some extra ingredients to up the ante on those health benefits, like probiotics for those kids with post-Halloween stomach ache.

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It’s time to take two mind-blowing classic favorites and combine them into gourmet heaven, aka: Pumpkin pie peanut butter cups. We’ll wait for  you to stop dancing with joy. Finished? Well get ready to celebrate again, because these mouth watering treats are a healthy version of the store bought Reeses, and they’re incredibly simple to make. They’d also make a great addition to a Thanksgiving dinner, so don’t worry about coming up with excuses to make a few more thousand after Halloween.

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Back to indulgence with these spiced sweet potato caramels. Firstly, these might not be the healthiest option, but if you’re looking for that iconic fall harvest treat, this is it. Because what’s not to love about caramels? That’s right, nothing. So get to loving this recipe all fall long.

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We’re on the sneaky, “looks like a treat is really a healthy snack” train with these fruit snacks. There are no added colorants (it’s determined by the fruit you use) no refined sugar, and they’re dead easy to make. This is a treat that will keep that sweet tooth at bay and is perfect for Halloween, as well as all year round!

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Need a healthy chocolate bar option this Halloween? Look no further than these vegan and gluten-free chocolate crunch bars. And the kids (or slightly intoxicated adults) won’t be able to tell the difference. It’s a health revolution, using puffed quinoa and other natural ingredients instead of the processed (but admittedly delicious) store-bought chocolate bars that grace the shelves this time of year. And we’re all about getting that delicious taste without any of the dietary and dental issues that this superb recipe offers.

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What would Halloween be without red licorice? A farce, I tell you! But on a serious note, this gluten-free red licorice is a pretty easy recipe, though it’s not exactly sugar-free. But there are a lot of phenomenal vegan, raw and sugar-free items on this list that we decided to compromise a bit with this classic candy snack.

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Tootsie rolls are like that old childhood friend that you forget to invite to parties because they’re basically a part of your furniture, and you assume they will just be there. That means that one might take said tootsie rolls for granted but don’t overlook this little candy treasure. Especially since they are a joy to make, and this recipe even has a great tip for making your own candy wrappers! Between these 10 recipes you might just have every nightmarishly costumed child within a 20 mile radius rapping at your front door.

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