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Friday, October 15, 2010

Halloweegan Pizza *FAIL*

It's pizza time! So I made three different types of pizza, and only one of them was somewhat decent. Let's start with that one and work our way toward the *epic fail*

Jack-o-Lantern Mini Pizzas
Jack O' Lantern Mini Pizzas


Not too bad. I used mushrooms to make the eyes, noses, and mouths, and I used a combination of Daiya cheddar and mozzarella. All cheddar would have been better, but I didn't have enough. To make the pumpkin shaped mini pizzas I rolled out the pizza dough and used a cookie cutter to cut out the little pumpkin shapes. These would be perfect party food, and I bet tiny hands would love these mini pizzas too! Next? Mini Ghost Pizzas, sort of.


*FAIL* Ghost Mini Pizzas
*FAIL*


Not so good! I pictured it better than it turned out. They don't really look like ghosts, do they? They look more like mummies, which led me to attempt pizza #3:

*Epic Fail* Mummy Pizza
*Epic Fail*


Mmmkay. That didn't work. It would have been a fun treat if I had executed the plan properly! Oy! This is what they should have looked like.

The reason why I wanted to make white pizza, is because I wanted to try this awesome white pizza recipe from Vegan Pandamonium. Awesome is right! I think I am going to take a little break from regular pizza because the white kind is too yummy! Instead of the Gardein crispy tenders, I went with thinly sliced mushrooms under the cheezy sauce because I needed my ghosts and not-mummies to be flat on top.

And I found the white pizza recipe through this post at the Perfect Pizza Press blog. First of all - I want a Perfect Pizza Press! I need to get me one as soon as they're available for sale! I don't like slicing pizza, and those pizza cutter/roller things are the work of Lucifer. Mr. Wing-It is in charge of pizza slicing here, but I'm afraid he's going to be out of a job after we get the Perfect Pizza Press.

Also, on that same post, Kelly appointed me the High Priestess of Halloweegan. I accept! Heeheeee! I am going to need a black cloak, a glittery staff, a pair of witchy boots with curly toes, and a black cat named Seitan. How would I go about changing my name to Elvira? Though if I change my name to Elvira, there are *a couple* more changes I need to make as well...

Halloweegan craftiness coming up next week! *POOF*

21 comments :

  1. They all look pretty bad ass to me! I love Halloween foods!

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  2. Mmm, pizza! I love the mini pumpkin pizzas with their little herby stalks! I've never been tempted to try a white pizza because the tangy tomato sauce is my favourite part ( and I always have double sauce on my pizza), but they do look good.

    You don't like slicing pizza? I always cut mine with scissors as I find those wheel cutters absolutely useless.

    You definitely need a black cat named Seitan! =^..^=

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  3. I like the ghosts! I think they're cute! I will definitely be making these next week for my two-year-old. We made the strawberry ghosts last night and they were a HUGE hit with her, not to mention me and my husband! Can't wait for crafts!

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  4. haha that huge pizza with the two little olive eyes, priceless! the little ghosts are so darling. I commend you for going where no vegan blogger has gone before, halloweeganing, i'm enjoying all of these fun recipes! keep them coming! :)

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  5. Even if a couple of the designs were "fails," they had to have still been yummy. :)

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  6. Haha, I like the mummy fail! He kinda looks like an angry, furry mummy. The ghost ones are cute too, they remind me of these: http://images9.cpcache.com/product/84094419v5_480x480_Front.jpg

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  7. I think they all look awesome, and its all about the looks, right?

    Halloweegan craftiness?!?! Can't wait!!

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  8. Oh, and someone should totally invent vegan string cheese. Not just for mummy pizza making purposes, but because I would eat it every day.

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  9. Even if it didn't work as planned, you still made a good effort! I'd still eat them :)

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  10. The wonderful pumpkin pizzas more than make up for the ... um ... other two. But, really, I kind of like the ghosts. :D

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  11. Haha, I think all of your pizzas are awesome! And besides the way they adorable decorations, they look really tasty.

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  12. I think they all look pretty cool to me. NO fail at all! I liked the ghosts ones for sure!

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  13. Haha, awww, don't label these as a fail! They're still cute! :)
    I like the ghosties best.

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  14. I actually think that all 3 of your pizzas were successes! I like the mummy ones--very cute! And the pumpkin ones look delish. I've never tried Daiya, but it does seem to melt pretty well!

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  15. so cute! love the ghosts. Hope u will submit to www.FindingVegan.com ~K

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  16. Actually I rather like the ghosts.

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  17. You are so cute River, this post made me giggle. Thanks for the Sunday smile :)

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  18. These are all so incredibly cute! the little ghosts are my favourite, though I think they look more cuddly than scary. I love them all, though, you're very creative :)

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  19. River, I heart you so much. The fact that you consider these fails is beyond me. I think they're adorable!

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