Looking for some great gluten-free Halloween recipes, look no further! We have rounded up some standouts from Pinterest – plus added a few of our own – that we think are spooktacular! These great gluten free recipes will help you have the best Halloween party ever, and are guaranteed to help you eat, drink and (not) be scary.
Here are 9 “Fangtastic” Gluten Free Halloween Recipes Everyone Will Love
1. Pumpkin Squash Soup with Sage by Home Sweet Jones
Is there anything more fall-ish than Pumpkin and Butternut Squash Soup? Give it an extra special touch when you serve it in pumpkin bowls. Soup is a fantastic gluten free Halloween recipe that can please everyone at your party.
2. Gluten Free Halloween Spider Cookies by Mamagourmand
Made from rice crispy treats and peanut butter cups, this cute little spider will have your guest screaming alright… with squeals of delight!
3. Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Dip by Angela Litzinger
Crunchy leaves underfoot, pumpkin carving and steaming cider can only mean one thing- it’s almost time for Halloween! This year surprise your little goblins and ghouls with this fun and healthy dip served up with apple slices and Three Bakers gluten free Chocolate Chocolate Chip Snackers. It’s a snap to pull together leaving you plenty of time to help little ones dress in costumes and carve the Jack-o-lanterns. Enjoy!
4. Vegan Peeps Recipe by Fork & Beans
If you’re an advanced home cook, then these vegan ghosts may just be the perfect challenge for you. They’re as fun as ever and are utterly bootiful.
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5. Chai-Spiced Pumpkin Bars by Angela Litzinger
What’s there not to love about pumpkin flavored everything? And, we love this chai-spiced version of a pumpkin bar using our very own Honey Graham Snackers. Pretty, delicious and gluten free to boot! Yum.
6. Spooky Eyeball Tacos by Genius Kitchen
Is taco night already a winner, winner gluten free dinner? This fun take to make them into spooky eyeballs is perfect for your Halloween party guests!
7. Gluten Free Pumpkin Bread Pudding with Maple Glaze by Angela Litzinger
This pumpkin bread pudding may not be scary, but it’s certainly tasty. It can serve as the perfect Halloween brunch recipe!
8. Jack O’lantern Shepherd’s Pie Stuffed Peppers by Cupcakes & Kale Chips
What a fun way to enjoy peppers!
9. Mummy Cookies: Super-Easy & Allergy-Friendly by Go Dairy Free
Does being crafty scare you? Then you’ll love how easy these mummy cookies are to make. Plus, you can rest assured that they are free from nuts, dairy, gluten, egg and soy!