The last day of Vegan MoFo is here! This has been a fun MoFo. I didn’t think I was going to actually last all month when I first started, but here I am! Those of you who participated and blogged every single day including weekends – you are machines! You are awesome, impressive, blogging machines! I am feeling a bit under the weather today so this post is just going to be a recap of a few of my Halloweegan favorites of all time. It seems like I do one of these every year! Let’s start with the savory!
Jack-O’-Lantern Bell Peppers. These were one of the original Halloweegan dinners of 2008. That was a special year because it was my first year blogging, it was my first year participating in Vegan MoFo, and it was the first Halloweegan! This often imitated guy could probably be the official Halloweegan mascot:
Meatless Meatloaf Scramble with Mashed Potato Ghosts. These were easy free-form ghosts shaped with a spoon!
A Mashed Potato Ghosts extravaganza! Because one can’t have too many mashed potato ghosts. Right?
Nope. One cannot have too many of these guys. This Spooky Dinner post with a gingerbread man shaped meatless meatloaf and mashed potato ghosts comes with a step by step video!
My favorite savory Halloweegan food of all time is the Man-Eating Burger! This post also comes with a step by step video!
Let’s have some dessert! Also one of my favorite Halloweegan treats of all time are these Leggy Whoopy Spiders! It also comes with a step by step video that shows how to make those pesky little chocolate legs.
These simple Cats and Bats Sandwich Cookies were so tasty! Shortbread has always been my favorite type of cookie! Meow!
More sandwich cookies! These Spiced Pumpkin Sandwich Cookies are easy to make and so tasty! I forgot all about them until I was looking up previous Halloweegan posts today – I think I’m going to need to make a batch later.
These Strawberries and Cream Ghosties are as simple as it gets! Don’t ask me what I was thinking with that neon green background there…
A couple of weeks ago I made these Coconut Whipped Cream Ghosts along with a handy step by step video. You can also make them with buttercream!
That’s it! I hope you’ve enjoyed this round up, and I hope you have a lovely and fun (and safe!) Halloween, if you’re celebrating! See you next week! :)