The Kind Life is a community around Alicia Silverstone and The Kind Diet where friends, doctors, experts in green living, and members share vegan tips.


Happy Halloween!

Halloween is approaching! There are many many ways to take this commercial holiday and celebrate the fall occasion kind style with loved ones. Since there’s so many festivities around this time of year, with the emphasis on treats… I’m listing some insane looking sweets from various vegan blogs. For some eco ideas and background info on how this holiday came to be,  check out How to Have a Green Halloween.

Vegan Halloween Treats

Kitty Cat Halloween Cupcakes from Growing Up Veg

Growing Up Veg

Raw “Witches Fingers” from Fork and Beans

Fork and Beans

Pumpkin Seed Bonbons from The Misfit Baker

The Misfit Baker

Halloween Whoopie Pies from Ricki Heller


Chocolate Pumpkin Cups from The Glowing Fridge

The Glowing Fridge

Gingerbread Skeleton Cookies from Sarah Bakes

Sarah Bakes

DIY Vegan Candy Corn from Earth Balance

Earth Balance

Pumpkin Bread, with chocolate chips! From The Kind Diet

The Kind Diet

Have you made any of these? What are your plans for Halloween? How do you make it eco?


Top Photo Credit: Chasing Fireflies


  • Ricki

    I love all these healthier Halloween treats! Can’t wait to try those raw Witches’ Fingers. :) Thanks so much for including my Halloween Whoopie Pies in your roundup! Happy Halloween! 😀

  • Moya

    These are so cool, and look amazing! Happy Halloween and thanks for sharing them!

  • Starr

    Thank you for including my bonbons in your Halloween round up. Love those kitty cupcakes, too cute!

  • Michelle K.

    oh the pumpkin bread from the kind life is a WEEKLY staple in our home year round!!!!!

  • Mandy Laprade

    I have our friends kids decorate organic pumpkins with stickers and then after they sit around for a week or so we take them off, wash them and cook them!
    We make V pumpkin soup and serve them in mini pumpkins which we compost afterwards. Fall leaves from outside with pine cones decorate the house. We have solar pumpkin lights on the balcony. Loads of V recipes can be found online: my friends and I also swap costumes from previous years so we don’t have to buy new ones every year!