Taking inspiration from seasonal ingredients (what would Halloween without pumpkins), this dishes are filled with bright colour and imagination.
This easy and straightforward vegan Halloween Pumpkin Chilli recipe is bound to delight your guests. Bursting with goodness, it makes a healthy dish to be enjoyed by adults and children alike.
Best served in a carved pumpkin for special effects!
This watermelon brain will send shivers through your spine!
These spooky meringue ghosts are made without eggs. Instead, I have used chickpea brine (aquafaba) drained from a can of chickpeas. And in case you are wondering not a hint of chickpeas, they taste like regular meringue. All you need is a good food processor to whip it all up.
For a fun and healthy idea, try this veggie skeleton. Fun and delicious!
Here is a fun and quick dip recipe that adults and kids will love.
I sprinkled some home roasted pumpkin seeds on top which I cooked at the same time as the pumpkin. They are so delicious that it would be a shame to waste them.
I had a lot of fun with my kids making this vegan Graveyard Shepherd’s Pie in preparation for Halloween. It was inspired by Anna Jones’ recipe from our Riverford Recipe Box. Loaded with vegetables and pulses, this is a Moroccan spiced recipe that you certainly want to make again beyond Halloween!
Do you have a favourite vegetarian or vegan Halloween recipe? Please share it in the comments box below.