Halloween

Pumpkin

PumpkinHalloween is one of my favourite holidays, I have such fond memories of Halloween as a child, trick or treating and apple bobbin and dressing up. This year living in America we are seeing a new level of Halloween love, it is a huge event here and so I thought my first themed food post would have to be for Halloween. So here are some of my fun themed Halloween recipes.

Breakfast

Gruely green acai bowls: Follow my Green Acai bowl recipe, I couldn’t find one but it would be cool to serve these in plastic skulls. Blackberries work really well as a fruit to go on top of the acai as they look sinister and creepy as well as delicious.

Halloween

Halloween

Starter

Slimly Guacamole V, NF, SF, P

Follow my guacamole recipe which is listed in my Collard Enchiladas recipe.

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Spider Falafel V, NF, SF, P

Follow my Spinach Falafel recipe, once they are made use a red pepper or cucumber slices to press gentle into the falafel to make the 8 legs. This dish is also great with my Carrot Hummus.

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Main

Witches Fingers and Pumpkin Soup V, NF, SF

Follow my Pumpkin Soup recipe. Then for the witches fingers follow my Chia Seed Bread recipe, on this occasional adding 1 ½ tsp spirulina and only using a ½ tsp of salt from the recipe rather than up to 1tsp. Then instead of shaping into loaves you will shape into 10 fingers. Use a knife to make grooves into the middle of the finger to create knuckles and then using a few slices of red pepper to place on the end of the bread fingers to look like finger nails. Bake on a sheet on a tray for 20 minutes at 150 (300F) and 5-10 minutes at 170 (330F).

Halloween

Halloween

Dessert

Spiders Web Chocolate Caramel Pie

Use a skewer to make the imprint of a spiders web onto my Paleo Chocolate Caramel Pie. Then buy or cut out a paper shaped spider, hopefully you do a better job of this than my ant looking spider. 

Halloween

Halloween

Ghostly Macaroons

Follow my Vegan or Dairy-free Macaroon recipe and instead of shaping into domes shape, use 2 tbs to shape into taller ghost shape domes. Then use some melted chocolate, my Chocolate Sauce or chocolate chips to make the eyes and open mouth of a ghost. Halloween

Chocolate Bats

Follow my Chocolate Crunch Log or my Paleo no-bake Cookie recipe and use a bat cookie cutter to shape them before putting in the fridge.

Halloween

Have a great gnarly gruely scary creepy wonderful Halloween…

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