Vegan MoFo, Day 31: HALLOWEEN! (part 1)

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

I’ve talked about our Birthoween parties both here and on Instagram, and for this final MoFo Halloween prompt, I’m going to show you what I made for this year’s Birthoween party, which we threw this past Friday.

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Monster snot! (Spooky queso with black beans, black olives, and home-canned rotel – and boo chips.)

 

As we were putting together the menu for this year’s party, we started to notice that a lot of the foods we were choosing were monster-themed, so we just went with that. Enough chatter, though – on to the photos!

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Creepy eyeball (French onion) dip!

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Buffalo chicken dip jack o’lantern with cheesy garlic bread.

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Head cheese (so dubbed by my son) – smoked paprika cashew cheese brain.

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Monster eyeballs (cheese & sausage balls).

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Monster boogers (toffee popcorn).

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Monster toes (hot dogs in biscuit dough) – gross, right?

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Spookables! Spooky Lunchables (spooky shapes cut out from Field Roast smoked tomato slices, Tofurky ham slices, Yves salami slices, Follow Your Heart pepperjack & American cheeses, and Violife smoked gouda on various crackers)!.

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BONES (cheesy garlic breadsticks, which were served with warm blood, er, marinara sauce).

I also made red velvet vampire bite cupcakes, but absolutely failed to get a photo of them before they were gone. Similarly, Mike made zombie head apple cider (tradition!) and a dragon’s blood punch, which we also forgot to document.

We also dressed up, of course.

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We’re the BEE-52s! Complete with a rock lobster!

Even Mona wanted (well, okay, we wanted her) to be a Bee-52.

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Cutest pit bee-ull ever.

Mike’ll have one last MoFo post later tonight, showing off our Halloween night dinner.

Happy halloween, ghouls and goblins!

Sarra

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Vegan MoFo, Day 31: HALLOWEEN! (part 1)

  1. Mona looks so pleased with herself in her costume!

    I love how creative you are with your party food. If I lived near, I’d totally hire you guys to cater parties for me.

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