All Halloween Treats are Whole Food Plant Based!
Healthy and scary good
To make these Stuffed Jack-O-Lantern Peppers look eerie, I filled them with Pad Thai. The Pad Thai was made with kelp noodles, mushrooms, carrots, green onions, onions, garlic, ginger, coconut milk, hoisin sauce and curry.
Who do you think will dip their chips in the Ghoul-camole Pumpkin? Don't let the looks scare you....
These green grape caterpillars are easy to make and are a great treat for halloween. They look adorable and are delicious even if your first reaction might be to stay away from these creepy crawlers.
Packed with vitamins and nutrients, this sweet and tasty "bloody vampire" juice is made with carrots, apples, collard greens and beets.
This holiday-inspired soup is a versatile way to use any squash of the season, or sweet potatoes. A drizzle of black bean soup and a little creativity completes this comforting Autumn spiderweb soup.
I could have called this a vomiting watermelon, but I wasn't sure if that would have been the most appetizing idea. Then again, this fruit monster is throwing up watermelon and pineapple.
No eggs in these "black widow spider eggs!" but they look like real eggs with some creepy spiders protecting them.
Tiramisu is a popular coffee-flavoured italian cuisine but how do you make a Whole Food Plant Based / Vegan version? Normally you would use a whipped mixture of eggs, mascarpone cheese and lots of sugar in both the ladyfingers and the whipped mixture. For this vegan tiramisu we will use almond flower, coffee flavored layers and a creamy cashew vanilla mixture.
For an easy dip and Halloween dish, try this "Graveyard Hummus".