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Nutella Mummy Hand Pies

These Nutella mummy hand-pies make the most spooky and cute Halloween treats! Using only a handful of ingredients, they couldn’t be easier and they’ll be a sure hit! They are vegan, dairy-free gluten-free and egg-free.

mummy shaped hand pies on a sheet of grease proof paper.

Nutella Mummy Hand Pies

Ready made puff pastry is os easy to use and versatile. You can make so many different variations of fun hand held treats and pies. This is my spooky version! Let’s talk about these adorable hand-pies for a minute, shall we?! They are filled with vegan friendly Nutella and slices of fresh banana, wrapped in flakey puff pastry. drooling yet? All you need to make these pies are 4 ingredients (I’m not counting the spooky eyes since they are an optional extra). They make for the perfect Halloween treats and a delicious dessert, served with a scoop of dairy-free ice-cream or whipping cream.

cut open pie with nutella spread oozing out.

Why you’ll love these pies

  • They are vegan
  • Easily be made gluten-free
  • Filled with vegan friendly Nutella
  • Hidden slices of fresh banana inside
  • Easy to make
  • Fun to make and decorate
  • Great for kids
  • Perfect for lunch boxes
up close of a halloween pie shaped like a mummy with eyes on grease proof paper.

Ingredients you’ll need to make these Halloween pies

Puff pastry:

  • Make sure to use a vegan friendly puff pastry. I use the Jus-Rol puff pastry that you can buy from most UK supermarkets. Simply use any puff pastry which you have to hand. If you wanted to make this recipe gluten-free, switch out the pastry for a gluten-free puff pastry version. Jus-Rol make is vegan and gluten-free already!

Vegan Nutella:

  • I have my own recipe for the most AMAZING vegan Nutella in my award-winning baking book (click here to get your copy, literally the best and only baking book you’ll ever need). Alternatively, you can use shop bought Nutella. My favourite is ‘Natures Store Chocolate & Hazelnut Spread’ or the VEGO Fine Hazelnut Spread. Both can be found in most UK supermarkets and online.


  • Fresh banana works best as when the pastry is baking, the moisture from the banana is released and helps flavour the pie even more than dried banana would!

Dairy-free milk:

  • Any dairy-free milk will work perfect for this recipe. It is used as an ‘egg wash’ alternative.


  • Use a sprinkle of white or granulated sugar over the pastry before baking, this will help get a richer golden colour once baked and make them more crispy on the outside.


  • I made the eyes using some dairy-free white chocolate buttons and melted vegan Nutella. The buttons I used are the Sainsburys Own Free from Buttons, which I cut to size using the base end of a piping tip. I then used left over Nutella, transferred it into a piping bag and piped on a dot in the middle of each button for the eyes.

Icing sugar:

  • Dust over some icing sugar before serving. Adds an extra layer of sweetness.
side view of spooky halloween pastry pies with nutella filling.

How to make Nutella Mummy Hand Pies

These pies are super easy to make, yet look really effective and spooky. You’ll only need a spare 10 minutes to put them together and an extra 12 minutes to bake, thats it! And less to enjoy 🙂 You’ll have an absolute blast baking these delicious, sweet and flakey pies! Enjoy!

  1. Roll out the pastry

    You will begin by lightly rolling out the puff pastry sheet. Doing this will smooth out any lumps or bumps in the pastry. Cut into rectangle shapes, along with some strips for the top of the mummy design. You can cut the pastry with a sharp knife of pizza roller, the roller makes it super fast and easy.
    After cutting out the shapes, lay the rectangles on grease-proof paper lined baking trays. The amount of hand pies you get depends on how large or small your mummy pies will be.

  2. Fillings

    Spread or pipe some of the vegan Nutella over the pastries, and place 4 slices of banana on top. Brush the edges of the pastry with dairy-free milk then lay the strips of the pastry over the filling in a zig-zag form. Press the edges down with your fingers to seal everything tightly together. You don’t want the filling oozing out.
    Brush dairy-free milk over the pastry along with a sprinkle of sugar (this is optional). This will help the golden colour of the pastry when its baked.

  3. Bake

    Bake in the oven until the pastry puffs up and is a golden brown colour. Remove from the oven. You can enjoy the pastries warm, or wait until they cool down to add on some chocolate googly eyes.

halloween hand pie pinterest pin.

Looking for more spooky recipes, check these out:

Vegan Marshmallow Ghost Cookies

Easy Vegan pumpkin Hand Pies

Strawberry Vegan Ghost Pop Tarts

Easy Vegan Caramel Meringue Ghost Tarts

Mini Vegan Baked Pumpkin Pies

Vegan Oreo Bat Cupcakes

The BEST Vegan Caramel Apple Crumbl Cookies

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pies shaped like halloween mummy's on grease proof paper.

Nutella Mummy Hand Pies

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Vegan Nutella Halloween Mummy Hand-Pies are a fun Halloween treat. They’re delicious, easy to make and you only need a few ingredients! A perfect ‘make ahead treat’ too!




  • 2 sheets of ready roll puff pastry (Vegan & gluten-free)
  • 6 tablespoons of Vegan Nutella
  • 2 medium sized bananas
  • 3 tablespoons of dairy-free milk (for the ‘egg wash’)
  • 2 tablespoons of caster / granulated sugar

Googly eyes



  1. Pre-heat oven to 180°C fan and line 2 baking trays with grease-proof paper.
  2. Unroll the pastry sheets leaving in the baking paper. Use a rolling pin to slightly flatten out any wrinkles in the pastry.
  3. Using a sharp knife or pizza roller, cut one and a half of the other pastry sheet into rectangles (approximately 4 inches by 2.5 inches). Cut the remaining half of the pastry sheet into long, thin strips. Roll out the scraps to cut out a few more shapes.
  4. Transfer the pastry rectangles to the refrigerator for 5 minutes.
  5. Transfer the vegan Nutella into a piping bag and pipe some into the middle of each pastry rectangle. You can also use a spoon and spread it on. Top with some thin slices of fresh banana.
  6. Brush some dairy-free milk around the edge of the pastry, this will help the pastry stick. Tip: Don’t add too much filling or it will ooze out when baking.
  7. Lay the strips of pastry over the filling in a zig-zag pattern, creating a ‘mummy’ effect. Repeat for all of the pies. Make sure to use your finger to press the strips down so that they don’t lift when they bake & puff up in the oven.
  8. Brush the pastry with some dairy-free milk and sprinkle over some sugar. This will help the browning of the pastry.
  9. It’s best to bake the pies a tray at a time as the pastry will puff up. I like to bake 6 on a tray at a time. Place into the middle of the pre-heated oven and bake for 15-18 minutes or until golden in colour and the pastry is flakey.
  10. Remove from the oven and allow to cool slightly on the tray then transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.

Googly eyes

  1. If your white chocolate buttons are too big, simply use the base of a piping tip, press it down on top of the button to cut then into a smaller circle shape.
  2. Use left over Nutella in a piping bag and pipe on a small dot to the middle of each eye.
  3. Make sure the pastry and filling is cold before adding on the eyes. If the pastry or filling is still hot / warm, it’ll melt the chocolate eyes. Place on the eyes and sprinkle the pastries with some icing sugar (optional).
  4. Serve at room temperature or warm. 


To store: Store the pastry mummies in a sealed container in the fridge, allow to come to room temperature before enjoying. Best served day of making. Best eaten 2 days of making.

  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 12-15 minutes
  • Category: Tarts and pies
  • Method: Baking
  • Cuisine: American


  1. Bean
    October 19, 2022 / 11:10 am

    These are so easy to make, look great and are delish. Thanks Holly for another amazing bake.

  2. Deb
    November 1, 2023 / 12:46 pm

    Made these for Halloween treat breakfast minus the banana and they were so quick and absolutely delicious.

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