Vegan Halloween Recipes The Family Will Love!
Dust off your costumes and get ready for Halloween! Enjoy some spooky vegan Halloween recipes in the kitchen today on #LunchBreakLIVE with Kenziah Rubens and Paige Parsons Roache showing us their favorite Halloween recipes.
WHY IS THIS GUY DRESSED AS A BABY SHARK? Autumn Fall feelings? Dust off your costumes and get ready for Halloween! Enjoy some spooky fun in the kitch today on #LunchBreakLIVE with Kenziah Rubens and Paige Parsons Roache, with #JaneUnChained News Network. Featuring Miyoko's butter! Almond Cow, the plant based milk maker, highlighted. Pumpkin spice bread and muffin mix from Trader Joe's is used to make these delicious muffins. Silk BRAND plant based milk combined with flavorings create Kenziah's delicious SPOOKY smoothie. Sprouts Farmers Market safflower and organic flax seeds, plus Wildwood tofu and Follow Your Heart VeganEgg, Big Tree Farms, Lakanto sugar and Farmers' Market organic pumpkin pie puree mixed to make these scrumptious Fall delights.Showcasing the groups The Save Movement USA, Vegan Outreach, Youth Climate Save and Los Angeles Animal Save.
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Vegan Halloween Recipes With These Two.
Paige’s daughter went vegan at age 13 and Paige joined her 6 months later. She is committed to bringing environmentally conscious vegan living to the forefront and reports on all the latest animal rights aspects, including The Save Movement’s vigils, various PETA protests, VegFests, AV Cube of Truths, vegan conferences, and more. She now produces and co-hosts a weekly show, “Plant-Based In the ‘Burbs,” on JaneUnChained News Network with Sherri Johnson.
Kenziah Rubens is a Hollywood actor, known for his role on the shows “Hats” and “American Horror Story.” He is the Instagram and IGTV editor for JaneUnChained.com and a vegan activist. Featured recently on a specialized Million Dollar Vegan video, Kenziah regularly volunteers with various animal rights’ groups, including Vegan Outreach.
Let’s See What This Cute Little Piggy and Shark Whipped Up!
Vegan Halloween recipes are a big hit this time of year, so get prepared. Halloween might be a little different this year with the Coronavirus Pandemic still in full force, so it might be a good idea to make some extra Halloween treats for the little ones this year. These recipes for pumpkin muffins and red velvet milkshakes are sure to be a hit.
Vegan Halloween Recipes That Are Simple!
I love vegan Halloween recipes that are simple to make, but still fun and tasty! These muffins and the milkshake are perfect! I am providing the recipe below so you can try these out for yourself. I don’t think you, or the kids, will be disappointed, so give them a try!
Vegan Halloween Recipe: Pumpkin Muffins
- 1 box of Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Spice Bread & Muffin Mix
- 1/2 C veggie oil
- 1/2 C of water
- 1/2 C plant-based milk
- egg replacer equivalent to two eggs
- 1/4 C of plant-based chocolate chips
- 1/4 C of Dandie’s marshmallows
- 1/8 C Goji Berries
- Combine oil, water, plant-based milk, egg replacer mixture, and the box of mix into a bowl until creamy. Spoon in 2 large spoonfuls of mixture into a greased muffin tin tray, until each one is full. Bake. Remove. Add chocolate chips, marshmallows, and Gogi berries on top to decorate. Enjoy!
Red Velvet Milkshakes
- 1 cup of cherries frozen or raspberries
- 1 cup strawberries
- 1 tbsp cacao powder
- 2 cups plant milk
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Put all in blender and blend.
Vegan Halloween Recipes To Brighten Up The Holiday!
Since this Halloween is going to be so very different than what we are used to, it would be fun to add a little spice to the holiday by making some extra themed treats for the family, especially the kiddos. So why not try these two recipes for starters? And if you are looking for other fun recipes, check out previous episodes for a whole lot of choices! Until next time…