10 Vegan Bonfire Night Treats

There’s no need to be left out of festivities and feasts just because you’re vegan. Enjoy cosy comfort foods galore with these vegan bonfire night recipes.

vegan bonfire night recipes
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1. Homemade Toffee Apples

If you ask us, bonfire night just isn’t complete without sticky, caramel-covered apples.

Here’s a vegan caramel recipe by The Hidden Veggies to get you in the mood for the bonfire night celebrations. The caramel is made using soya milk and refined coconut oil as alternatives to dairy.

Caramel toffee apples
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2. Pumpkin Soup

Hearty soups are ideal for chilly Bonfire Night weather, and this creamy Thai pumpkin soup by Zacchary Bird will warm you up in no time.

Looking for more ways to use up spare Halloween pumpkins you have lying around? Check out our favourite pumpkin recipes.

Thai Pumpkin Soup
Image Credit: Zacchary Bird

3. Irish Vegetable Stew

You won’t find any lamb in this scrumptious stew by Green Leafy Gael. This is a great warming dish to enjoy before you head out to watch the fireworks.

Packed with plenty of yummy seasonal veg, it’s simply bursting with flavour. If you enjoy this, check out more of our Irish vegan recipes.

Vegan Irish vegetable stew
Image Credit: Green Leafy Gael

4. Vegan Parkin

This sticky, oaty, ginger-flavoured cake is a nostalgic favourite for many people in Britain. Plant Based Dad has veganised this Bonfire Night classic using just a few simple ingredients.

It’s perfect to eat by itself or with custard, ice cream or rhubarb.

Vegan Parkin
Image Credit: Plant Based Dad

5. Shepherd’s Pie

Shepherd’s pie is a family favourite for frosty evenings and it tastes even better with a vegan twist.

If you’re looking for a comforting vegan Bonfire Night dish, you need to try this red lentil pie by Tideford Organics.

Vegan shepherd's pie. Potatoes, lentils and seasonal garden vegetables casserole.
Image Credit: Tideford Organics

6. Treacle Toffee

You just can’t beat sticky treacle toffee on November 5th!

Thanks to this fantastic four-ingredient recipe, you can still enjoy this bonfire night delight when you’re vegan. You can even bag these gooey toffees up as gifts.

Treacle Toffee
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7. S’mores

Who doesn’t love indulging in these campfire classics at this time of year? Trust us when we say you won’t be able to get enough of these decadent vegan S’mores by Fresh off the Grid.

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8. Hot Chocolate

Treat yourself to this soothing, super creamy hot chocolate by TheVegan8. It’s perfect for taking in a flask to enjoy the fanfare or warming yourself up when you get home.

If you don’t fancy making your own, vegan hot chocolate is easy to find in supermarkets.

Vegan hot chocolate
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9. Sticky Toffee Pudding

Whatever the occasion, vegan sticky toffee pudding always goes down a treat. This delectable dessert is the perfect bonfire night goodie for the entire family.

Banana Sticky Toffee Pudding
Image Credit: The Vegan Chef School

10. Hotdogs

You just can’t beat a hotdog with pickles and fried onions on Bonfire Night! This meat-free version is the ultimate comfort treat and only takes 10 minutes to make.

Vegan Hot Dog
Image Credit: Garden Gourmet

If these aren’t enough to whet your appetite, browse our top autumn recipes for even more cooking inspiration for the cosy season!

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