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16 October 2017, Monday

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Our Top 5 Halloween Recipes

It’s almost Halloween time and that means there are lots of frightfully fun recipes to be made – fully vegan and cruelty-free! From Brain Bread to Monster Eyes, our Halloween Cookbook (in collab with @PlantBasedJudy) is guaranteed to put everyone in the silly, spooky spirit! We also have some tips on what vegan sweet ideas you can hand out to the hungry little gremlins on the streets!

Sausage Zombie Mummies

Get creepy and cute this Halloween with these shockingly delicious vegan Sausage Mummies! Prepare to put on good Halloween horror show – 100% plant-based. Find out how to wrap these up in the kitchen with our favourite Fry’s Traditional or Braai-Style Sausages.

Monster Meatball Eyes

These are the creepiest meatballs ever! The blood isn’t real, but the thought of gobbling down a monster eyeball can frighten anyone. Don’t say we didn’t warn you. Made with our Traditional Burgers and spicy ketchup.

Pita Pizza Skulls

For last minute party ideas, how about these spooky 4-ingredient Skull Pita Pizzas, made with our crispy nuggets and melted vegan cheese? Beware, the longer you look at the faces, the scarier they become… Nightmares here we come!

 

Brain Bread

Gory guts galore! Nothing like a bit of baked beetroot and Fry’s Veggie Mince to bring brain slime to life. We dare you to hide it in secret locations around the house – guaranteed to give a good fright!

Frankenstein Falafel Subs

Made with our Quinoa and Falafel Burgers, and filled with a creamy, bloody beetroot-tahini sauce, these filling baguettes are the greatest science experiment brought to life, after the real Frankenstein of course. Stuff with carrots, spinach, olives, sun dried tomatoes and artichokes for a delicious Halloween party meal.

If you’re heading out to the streets this Halloween and you’re unsure about what sweets or snacks to give, how about choosing these gelatin-free, plant-based options:

  • Make your own trail mix of dried fruit and nuts.
  • Get popping with popcorn! Throw in a few vegan choc chips for a sweet surprise.
  • Try your hand at making homemade raw date balls, breakfast bars or oreos.
  • Roasted chickpeas are a great savoury snack idea.
  • Dehydrated cheesy kale chips or crispy seaweed crackers make crunchy delights for the road.

For UK sweet options, head here: https://www.peta.org.uk/blog/44-accidentally-vegan-snack-foods/

 

Download our Halloween Cookbook and get all of the recipes here: http://www.fryfamilyfood.com/uk/our-vegetarian-and-vegan-cookbooks/

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