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A Very Vegan Halloween: The Witch's Cauldron Cookbook

With Halloween approaching I am surrounded by the aroma of caramel apples, pumpkin bread, sugar cookies and pumpkin soup. Halloween is a magical time of year for me, it is a time of witches, childhood laughter, ghoulish fun, parties, spooky decorations and decadent home baked treats. I wanted to write a Halloween cookbook celebrating my love for this wickedly delightful holiday.

Halloween has always been an important holiday in my home and a time for food and parties. This book contains traditional, bootiful Halloween recipes prepared from nondairy and cruelty free ingredients.

With 41 bewitching recipes to chose from, you will have a spooktacular selection of recipes to inspire your little ghost or goblins to gobble up their plates! Being a mom of two, and so no stranger to hosting Halloween parties for little ones, I understand the importance of presentation. If the food is fun and engaging, children and adults alike, will want to try vegan options. The recipes come with creative decorating ideas, party suggestions and terribly terrifying recipe names, to get your cute little ghouls eager to bake with you in the kitchen.


A Very Vegan Halloween is book 1 in my new vegan holiday cookbook collection

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