Sunday, October 16, 2011

Vegan White Chocolate Halloween Ghosts

Every year for Halloween I make some homemade vegan chocolates. A couple autumns ago, I posted about making pumpkin peanut butter cups, chocolate bats, white and dark chocolate acorns with maple filling, and white chocolate ghosts.

The past couple years I've always been involved in planning Halloween parties for the kids. Last fall was the first Vegkins Halloween party. It is a group of vegan/vegetarian families that meet monthly. My friend Al, over at These Little Piggies have Tofu also posted about last year's party.

We are keeping the tradition going with the second annual Vegkins Halloween party this coming weekend. It should be a hoot for the kids. They will be noshing on an all vegan potluck meal and treats, working on a Halloween craft, and playing a couple games.

In celebration of the upcoming holiday, most of this week's posts will be Halloween related.

In the meantime, don't forget to go enter the giveaway this week for a chance to win Go Max Go candy bars or a copy of Appetite for Reduction.


  1. What a great idea for Halloween. I struggle with what to do as traditional Halloween is so full of junk, that I don't want my 3 kids to have. I may have to see if there is any interest among my friends and mimic your Vegkins Party.

  2. I'm so envious that you have a veg group. I always have a fun healthier Halloween for my kids but would be more fun if we had others who were just as excited about the offerings as we were.

  3. You could start a veg group for your area. I searched online for: vegan and my area, which led to a couple of families. Then I organized a potluck in the park with them. We tied in with a local animal rights group who are good at sending new families our way. Lastly, you could try There are veg groups for many cities on there. If you went to a few meetups, you will likely run into other families.