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Halloween Pumpkin Tart

in Blog 19 Oct 2020

Halloween is fast approaching!

I can’t believe how fast time has passed since we celebrated Halloween with a lot of fun treats last year!

The last year’s Halloween party was a real success because of the spooky, funny and very cute sweets that everyone could enjoy by the look, the variety and the different flavours.

※To see the last year’s Halloween sweet recipes, click here

So this year, we decided to make more Halloween themed treats as well as foods to liven up the party even more!

One of the sweets that I want to share the recipe is Pumpkin tart.

This is a perfect for any party or get-together, and best of all it’s easy and fun to make and the kids can help you make it too!

You can also get the idea of healthy & nutritious devilish food that everyone will love from this page!!

Halloween Pumpkin Tart


(For base)
・1/2 cup rice flour(50g)
・1/4 cup almond meal(25g)
・1/2 tablespoon coconut oil, liquified
・1/8 tsp salt
・40ml water

(For filling)
・400g pumpkin (without skin & seeds)
・20g vegan butter
・40g coconut sugar
・2 tbsp coconut oil
・100ml coconut yogurt
・1 tsp cinnamon
・1/2 tsp nutmeg
・1/8 tsp clove


1. To make the tart base, preheat the oven to 180℃.
Combine rice flour, almond meal and salt in a large bowl. Add coconut oil and water and mix just until combined. Knead until dough just comes together.
If it looks dry, add a splash of water.
2. Press the dough into 4evaeco silicone bases or tart tin and spread even thickness. Poke plenty of fork holes in the base and place into the oven for 10 minutes or slightly coloured. Set aside.

3. To make filling, peel pumpkin. Cut into large squares and steam until soft.
In a large bowl, place pumpkin and butter and mash pumpkin using a fork.
※You can use microwave to soften pumpkin.
4. Add sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves then mix using a blender or hand mixer.
Add coconut oil and yogurt and mix well.

5. Pour the filling over crust and bake for 40 to 45 minutes or until a skewer inserted into the cake come out clean.
Let cool completely before removing from the mould.

6. Place spooky Halloween stencils on tarts and carefully sprinkle powdered sugar over stencil.

7. Decorate the tarts with other Halloween foods and treats. Enjoy!

*More creepy cute Halloween party food & sweets ideas

1. Pumpkin bread with chocolate cookie bats

2. Mandarin pumpkins

3. Lychee blueberry eyeballs

4. Apple almond teeth

5. Witch finger cookies

6. Capsicum skulls with veggie sticks and Mexican rice

7. Vegan cheese spider pies

8. Mummy vegan cheese bread

9. Ghost strawberries

10. Pretzel skeleton

Hope you can get some inspiration from this recipe and party food ideas!

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