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5 frightening good vegan recipes for Halloween

What do vegan zombies eat? GRAAAAINS

No meat, no eggs, no dairy? No problem. Here are 4 frightfully delicious vegan recipes (including a celebratory cocktail) which will lift your spirits this Halloween.

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Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble...from hearty soups simmering in your cauldron to not-so-scary boo-nanas, try these fab vegan recipes this Halloween.

Here's one to get you started:

 

Trick or treat? Plump pumpkins and boo-nanas

 

Prep time: 10 minutes Makes:SmartPoints: check on the WW app

Ingredients
8 satsumas
1 celery stick
4 bananas
24 dairy-free dark chocolate chips

Instructions

  1. Peel the satsumas, removing any loose pith.
  2. Trim off the wider end of the celery and discard. Slice the remaining celery lengthways, and then across into 8 small pieces.
  3.  Take a piece of celery and insert into each of the satsumas.
  4. Next, peel the bananas and cut them in half, standing them up on their cut side.
  5. Using the pointed end of the chocolate chips, push three into each banana half so it resembles eyes and mouths.