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These Vegan Recipes Will Help You Recreate Your Favorite Halloween Candy, From Snickers To Reese’s

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Happy Halloween, vegans! While everyone else drowns in a puddle of candy bars, you get to sit back and nibble your dark chocolate with a scowl on your face. Nah, I'm kidding. Why miss out on the fun when there are some amazing vegan recipes to help you replicate your old favorite candies?

1. Vegan Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups.


Have you ever seen something this beautiful in your entire life? I want to get married to these mock Reese's Cups. I want to write my own vows and pick our chair covers and run away to a honeymoon in Hawaii. I want to grow old with these.

2. 5-Ingredient Vegan Snickers Bars.


I'm constantly amazed by people who find ways to turn dates into candy recipes, and this is one of the best ones I've ever tried. I used to pound those mini Snickers bars like my life depended on it, but I've found a new love.

3. Vegan Twix Bars.


Why cheat with one of the candy bars at the grocery store checkout when you can create something this beautiful in under half an hour? They're gorgeous, relatively simple, and vastly superior to the corn syrup headache you'd get after having a real Twix.

4. Vegan 3 Musketeers Bar.

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I've never been a huge fan of the 3 Musketeers, but my partner thinks they're god's gift to this earth, so I'm really grateful for this recipe. They only use four ingredients, too!

5. Vegan Chocolate Crunch Bars.


Crunch bars used to be my go-to Halloween candy (and because they were under-loved by my neighborhood friends, I was always able to trade for extras! The ones from this recipe don't look like exact replicas, but they look like delightfully grown-up versions!

6. Vegan Candy Corn Bites.


I've never really understood why candy corn gets so much attention (they just taste like beeswax to me, but maybe I'm just a cynical old broad), but this recipe makes a way cuter dessert. I would actually eat these. With relish. (I meant that I would eat them excitedly. I wouldn't put relish on them.) These would also be a really cute treat to bring to a Halloween party!

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