Gruesome Forbidden Rice Halloween Mousse

Gruesome Forbidden Halloween Pudding or Mousse from HealthySlowCoooking.com

This is not only a spooky dessert worthy of  a campfire, it’s quite gruesome too. If you have kids (or grownups) that love gross things they will love this, because it’s meant to be a horror-worthy end to your Halloween meal! In all honesty it’s a simple and even wholesome chocolate dessert that’s simply made with […]

Trio of Halloween Spooky Spreads

Trio of Vegan Halloween Spreads from HealthySlowCooking.com

I love Halloween and spend entirely too much time thinking about what I can add a spooky twist too.  Last night when I looked into my fridge and took inventory of my leftovers I had an inspiration to make Halloween themed sandwich spreads. One can of white beans makes all three spreads. Each taste completely […]

Pumpkin Spice Cashew Creamer

Pumpkin Spice Cashew Creamer from HealthySlowCooking.com

By now you all know the dirty little secret that most pumpkin spice lattes and syrups have dairy in them. But did you know most of them don’t even have any pumpkin in them at all? The pumpkin spice refers to a blend of spices you use in pumpkin pie. My other pumpkin lattes include […]

Super-Scary Spicy Chili Stuffed Jack-O-Peppers

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  Today is the finale for Roland Foods week and I’m pulling out all the stops. It’s close enough to Halloween to give it a spooky twist! Even if Halloween’s not your holiday no one turns their back on a warm bowl of hearty chili when the temperatures drop. So enjoy it in a scary […]

Roland Foods Week – Kañiwa Veggie Stew

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Today I have a wonderful fall stew for you that’s quick and easy to make. I wanted to use up the last of the late okra and green beans plus a little early sweet potato. This recipe is a perfect seasonal transition. What the heck is Kañiwa? It’s a close relative to quinoa and is […]

Fork and Beans Makes Autumn Harvest Soup and a Giveaway of Her Halloween Ebook

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If you don’t already know Cara Reed of Fork and Beans you are in for a huge treat. She’s the creative recipe developer behind tons of allergy friendly Halloween candy and that’s just a start. Her gluten-free, dairy-free and egg-free recipes are amazingly innovative and you must try her Cauliflower “Fish” Tacos. Of course you […]

Ann of Unrefined Vegan makes Vanilla Fig Oatmeal and a Recipe for Spooky Halloween Oats!

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Ann is another wonderful friend I’m made this past year. Her recipes are stellar and she is the founder of the Virtual Vegan Potluck. She’s sharing her beautiful photos and the recipe for my very favorite oatmeal – Vanilla Fig Oatmeal with Baklava Topping on her blog today. I will be announcing the next Virtual Vegan […]

Somer of Vedged Out Makes My Blueberry Lemon Cake and Pumpkin Gingerbread

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Somer is another fab blogger I’ve become friends with this year. She has some pretty snazzy recipes on her blog, Vedged Out. She signed a book deal this year and I can’t wait to hold it in my hands. I’ll let you know when it’s available for pre-order, but for now you can dream about […]

Almond and Bean Fondue and a Sweet Earth Seitan Review

Photo by Kate Lewis, Copyrighted by Fair Winds Press

Cara Lyons of Cara’s Cravings is giving out the recipe for Almond and Great Northern Bean Fondue from Vegan Slow Cooking for Two. She has an incredible recipe of hers for Roasted Cauliflower and Winter Squash Salad with Arugula and Pomegranate Seeds that I recommend you make. The fondue and salad make the perfect autumn meal! All […]

Breakfast Pizza from Bake and Destroy

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Today I’m actually a part of someone else’s blog tour! Natalie Slater’s book, Bake and Destroy is quickly becoming Cheryl’s favorite. The subtitle is Good Food for Bad Vegans and it is full of fun and decadent recipes that are a great way to let down your hair. I knew Cheryl would be head in […]