Vegan Halloween Party Food

This year, for my vegan Halloween party, I decided to keep the food fairly simple but still full of gory, gross fun, as well it should be. Half the battle is naming recipes something else, to get your guests in an unappetizing mood!

Vegan Halloween Party Food Menu


Bloody Popcorn
Goblin Eyeballs
Graveyard Greens with Zombie Guts Vinaigrette

Main Course

Stuffed Intestines
Ghosts and Bloody Sauce


Dirt and Mud with Worms


Bloody Punch with Eyeballs

The Bloody Popcorn is a popcorn with a dried blood spice mixture, all vegan, of course. It’s great for a Halloween party, or just for a snack. Vegan Bloody Popcorn Recipe is here.

vegan halloween recipe gross salad dressing

Vegan Zombie Guts Vinagrette Halloween Party Recipe

The Graveyard Greens were actually just organic salad mix from the store, and my Vegan Halloween Recipe for Zombie Guts Vinaigrette is a quick blender-made vegan salad dressing with dried cranberries. The cranberries remind you that it is indeed Fall.

One of the guests was kind enough to bring some drops of blood (pomegranate seeds), so we threw those in also. Sorry, I took the picture before them. But those were pretty and fun to add.

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Vegan Halloween Party Food Appetizers: Goblin Eyeballs

The Goblin Eyeballs appetizers were fun to make and tasted great. Next time I’d use smaller crackers and larger eyelids, to make them more balanced, though.

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Vegan Halloween Party Food Main Course: Ghosts, Stuffed Intestines, and Bloody Sauce

For the main course, Stuffed Intestines were not that hard to make and surprisingly delicious, given such an odd combination of vegetables. And they went well with the mashed potato ghosts and Bloody Sauce, which tasted like a delicious marinara sauce.

The guts were filled with an orange and black filling of yams, olives, and other vegetables. And it was also stuffed with bile, a mixture of green peas, that gave it a particularly realistic appeal. Mwah ha ha!

vegan halloween party food dessert

Vegan Halloween Party Dessert: Mud and Dirt with Worms

Dessert was also a hit, Vegan Mud with Dirt and Worms. The dirt was nice and gritty, the worms were sufficiently moist, and the mud was delicious and creamy.

Bloody Punch with Eyeballs was very easy to make, although you need to allow time for the eyeballs to freeze. I forgot to take a picture of it all assembled, though.

All in all, it was another fun vegan Halloween party, with delicious food. The menu wasn’t complicated, the guests enjoyed helping, and everything got gobbled up so fast, it was spooky!

Happy Halloween!

4 Responses to Vegan Halloween Party Food

  1. [...] Party Food: Bloody Punch with Eyeballs These Floating Eyeballs were used in the Bloody Punch at my vegan Halloween party. They were easy to make and added an eery touch to the celebration. They also helped keep the punch [...]

  2. [...] main course for my vegan Halloween party was Stuffed Intestines, Ghosts and Bloody Sauce. I used the recipe found here, with a few changes. [...]

  3. MakikiBarb on October 29, 2011 at 5:05 pm

    I was lucky enough to be a guest at this ghoulish meal. It was fun, and the food was excellent. I especially liked the stuffed intestines with bloody sauce–an unusual combination of ingredients (I mean the real ones!)that was absolutely delicious!

    • 4alina on October 29, 2011 at 11:40 pm

      Thanks, Barbara. Yeah, it was a lot of fun. Glad you could be there.

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