Top 10 Tasty Raw Food Halloween Recipes


Halloween is just around the corner, and that means that the kids will be stirring while parents everywhere go off in search for the year’s best Halloween Recipes. This year, we’ve curated the top 10 Raw Food Halloween Recipes for you and your family to enjoy.  All of these recipes are raw, most are vegan, and they all have a little splash of Halloween flowing through them.


1. Raw and Healthy Snickers Halloween Candy Recipe

You can read the written directions on how to make this over at; these snickers bars are a treat that help ease the difficulty of avoiding candy during Halloween. These are a great replacement for the junk food that the kids usually bring home and make a good class treat to send to school with your kids this year.


2. Coconut Banana Frozen Ghost Pops Recipes (boo-nanners)

For written instructions on how to make these ghost pops, check out These healthy Halloween snacks are made with some super simple ingredients that all combine for a sweet and tasty snack.



3. Raw Vegan Cookies that Look Like Cut Up Fingers

For full written instructions on how you can make these creepy cookie fingers, check out You can also find other raw recipes there too, if you’re looking for them.


4. Raw Halloween Cookies (aka Russell) has written instructions on how to make these raw Halloween cookies over here. You can learn more raw recipes from him there too, these cookies can look however you want them but this recipe calls for some festive spooky cookie cutters. Because this ingredients list is less simple and offers a lot of variety, please find it here.


5. Fully Raw Pumpkin Carrot Cupcake

Kristina at works hard on coming up with creative and tasty recipes all year round. Though, when we saw this carrot cupcake we immediately thought – Pumpkin cupcakes! Top with a small green candy, a piece of celery, or a green mint leaf and you’ve got yourself a pumpkin looking cupcake that easier than anything to make and a super healthy treat for the kids, too!


6. Raw Bloody (non-alcoholic) cocktail

The website released this apple beet juice recipe last year that has “bloody Halloween” written all over it. With a tangy sweet flavor, this juice is perfect to turn into a punch or give your kids for their Halloween party juice cup. For added “gross” factor, freeze some mint kiwi ice cubes for floating green goo effects.

 7. Orange Pepper Jack o Lantern Pumpkin

The Orange Pepper Jack o Lantern has been floating around for a long time, and is something that a lot of families love for Halloween recipes because it’s something you can serve on the snack table at any party (adults or kids!). Instead of the normal boring veggie tray, opt for this creative pumpkin to get people talking at your Halloween Party.


8. Fully Raw Pumpkin Pie

Kristina of is at it again and this time she’s going festive with a delicious raw pumpkin pie recipe. With a few key ingredients, a blender, and a freezer, you can be serving pumpkin pie this year that not only doesn’t come out of a can, but offers real nutritional value as well!


9. Yummy Raw Chocolate Pops

Blythe Metz is known for her delicious dessert recipes and in this episode of her show, she teaches us to make raw chocolate pops. All you have to do is get some festive Halloween molds (like bats, ghosts, or pumpkins!) and create your own custom chocolate pops to hand out to the neighbors or to make for your own kids. This is a super fun food to make with the kids, also.


10. Inside Out Caramel Apples

This festive dessert doesn’t just work for Halloween. This awesome recipe is great to bring along with you to family Christmas parties, holiday office parties, or any fall or winter event.

Amanda Little
I'm Amanda and I'm a 22 year old mother who's been diagnosed with PCOS. I'm passionate about health and wellness and aim to make a difference however I can. I also blog over at my site, HealthyHerLiving.