Easy Halloween Treats, All Vegan, and Spookalicious!
Mummy dogs and apple monsters on this Halloween special of #LunchBreakLIVE. Join Chelsea V Davis and her husband, Jake Vage, for this fun-filled show full of easy Halloween treats! These two chefs have dressed the part and are ready to cook up some fun and easy spooky treats for the whole family.
Mummy dogs and apple monsters on todays #LunchBreakLIVE with #JaneUnChained News Network contributor Chelsea V Davis of Veggies Do It Better, Animal Rights Collective Portland and #VeganTipsTuesday and her hunter-turned-vegan activist hubby Jake Vaage. Get ready for a spooky good time on this Halloween edition of #LBL! Support Chelsea and Jake by following them on social media and joining their Stay Healthy Stay Active with Chelsea & Jake FB group with tips on veganism and nontoxic living. https://www.facebook.com/VeggiesDoItBetterhttps://www.instagram.com/veggiesdoitbetterhttps://www.facebook.com/ChelseaDavisVChelsea’s YouTube: VeggiesDoItBetterJake’s YouTube: OGFunkyMonkJake's Twitch: OGFunkyMonkTikTok @veggiesdoitbetterMUMMY DOGSIngredients:1 Package of vegan crescent rolls (we like the ones from Trader Joe's)8 Vegan hot dogs (we like Lightlife tofu pups or Tofurky dogs)Organic ketchup and mustardWax paperSpray oilOptional: Vegan cheddar cheese (Miyoko's, Violife, Daiya Foods, Trader Joes)Directions:Preheat oven to 350Roll out the crescent rolls and cut into 8 rectangles. Lay 1 dog on the rectangle crescent and make cuts on each side then wrap over the dog to create a mummy look. Place on a baking sheet lined with a lightly greased sheet of wax paper.Bake for 10-12 minutes or until the dough is golden brown.Use a toothpick to add ketchup blood between the bandages and dot mustard to make eyes.Option: add a ½ a slice of cheddar cheese on dough before laying the hot dog down. APPLE MONSTERSIngredients:Large applesCreamy nut or seed butterStrawberries, sliced Mini vegan marshmallows (We like Dandies Marshmallows or Trader Joes)Sunflower seeds, almond slivers or pepitas (pumpkin seeds)Enjoy Life Foods mini chocolate chipsDirections:Cut apple in 4s and then slice out mouth of each sectionAdd nut butter inside mouth.Create teeth with sunflower seeds, almond slivers or mini marshmallowsAdd a slice of strawberry to be the tongueFor chocolate chip eye(s):Where you would like your eye(s), poke with a chopstick to create the hole(s) then fill with an upside down chocolate chip.For marshmallow chocolate chip eye(s):Cut the marshmallow in half and then the ends so both sides are sticky. Place the marshmallow pieces where you want the eye(s) to be then add a mini chocolate ship in the center upside down.#veganhalloween #veganhalloweentreats #veganhalloweenfood #halloween #halloweentreats #halloweenfood #cutehalloweenfood #vegan #veganrecipes #veganfood #vegancouple #veganpigsinablanket #lovepigsdonteatthem #friendsnotfood #easyveganmeal #eattherainbow #jnn #janeunchained #cookingvideo #cookingshow
Posted by Jane Unchained News on Saturday, October 31, 2020
Easy Halloween Treat Specialists, and So Much More!
Longtime vegan, community organizer, and entrepreneur, Chelsea V Davis aka Veggies Do It Better loves how vegan advocacy is a beautiful way of incorporating all the issues she is passionate about… animal rights, health, sustainability, social and food justice, and compassion. Over the last 10 years, Chelsea has organized over 100 vegan events ranging from protests to marches, VegFests to international conferences, activist panels to fundraisers and that’s just the beginning! Chelsea’s focus on collaboration and community building brought her to launching the new Animal Rights Collective Portland (ARCPDX), Virtual Vegan Night Market Portland, and #VeganTipsTuesday. Her passion for nutrition and fitness also led her to start a health and wellness business with Jake last summer. They love helping people live healthier lives through nutrition, kindness, and non-toxic earth-friendly products. They donate a large portion of their profits to animal and social justice charities through ChelseaVDavis.Arbonne.com and the rest funds their amazing activism and community organizing. Contact Chelsea V Davis with any questions.
Growing up, hunting, fishing, and eating animals was in the framework of Jake’s family. Then in late 2015, he met Chelsea! At the beginning of 2016, Jake did a 22-day vegan challenge that changed his life. He lost 7 pounds, his skin cleared up, and he started sleeping more efficiently. Following the challenge, he stopped eating factory-farmed animals, and not too long after that, he stopped hunting and fishing and became a passionate vegan advocate, animal rights activist, and athlete. Shows how anyone has the power to change! In recent years, Jake has been getting nerdier about proper nutrition and peak performance leading him and Chelsea to start a health and wellness business. Follow his workouts, meal prep, and more on Instagram @jakevaage.
Chelsea’s YouTube: VeggiesDoItBetter
Jake’s YouTube: OGFunkyMonk
Jake’s Twitch: OGFunkyMonk
TikTok: Veggies Do It Better
Now Back To The easy Halloween Treats The Whole Family Will Love!
These Halloween treats look so yummy and super cute. Perfect for kids and adults alike! Who says all the fun should be only for the kiddos? I’d love to grub on some apple monsters and mummy dogs! I will for sure be putting these recipes on the list for next year’s Halloween celebrations. It’s so fun to get in the holiday spirit through fun vegan food! I am supplying the recipes below so you too can try these had home. Your kids will love you for it!
- 1 Package of vegan crescent rolls we like the ones from Trader Joes
- 8 Vegan hot dogs we like tofu pups or Tofurky dogs
- Organic Ketchup and mustard
- Spray oil
- Preheat oven to 350
- Roll out the crescent rolls and cut into 8 rectangles.
- Lay 1 dog on the rectangle crescent and make cuts on each side then wrap over the dog to create a mummy look.
- Place on a greased baking sheet.
- Bake for 13-15 minutes or until dough is golden brown.
- Use a toothpick to add ketchup blood between the bandages and dot mustard to make eyes.
- Large apples
- Creamy nut or seed butter
- Strawberries sliced
- Mini vegan marshmallows We like Dandies or Trader Joes
- Sunflower seeds or almond slivers
- 1/3 cup filtered water
- 1 t lemon juice
- Cut apple in 4s and then slice out mouth of each section
- Mix water and lemon juice and submerge apple pieces in it for a few minutes.
- Dry apple slices off and add nut butter inside mouth.
- Create teeth with sunflower seeds, almond slivers or mini marshmallows
- Add a slice of strawberry to be the tongue
- Create eyes with chocolate chips.
Scarryyyy And Fun Cooking For All!
This was such a fun Halloween #LunchBreakLIVE special. I just love themed cooking, and Halloween lends to the best kind of themed treats! You can get creative and make all sorts of vegan treats that will spook the kiddos and neighbors alike. And for the rest of the year, if you are looking for more awesome vegan recipes, we have so many for you to choose from so check them out. But wait, there’s more! There is a new community filled with like-minded vegans and vegetarians, available at plantbasedneighbors.com. Be sure to sign up and get to know your fellow vegan/veg neighbors! It’s loads of fun! Until next time…