Healthy Vegan Friday #123

Happy almost Halloween! Do you get trick or treaters where you live? We don’t. I’m hoping to get out and walk around town a bit to see some cute kiddos dressed up though and check out the decorations. My in-laws are coming up tonight to visit, so I’ve been busily preparing for their arrival. I may be a little out of reach for the next little while since I’ll be touring them around and enjoying their company =)

October Theme: Halloween Inspired Recipes


Today is the day!! We’re showcasing the awesome-themed posts today =)


Never heard of Healthy Vegan Fridays before? It’s an amazing weekly linkup for bloggers to share their delicious and healthy vegan food. This linkup is not restricted to recipes though – feel free to share your posts on exercise & fitness, plant-based health & wellness,  and/or vegan travel, restaurant and cookbook reviews.

Don’t have a blog? Don’t worry! You can come and see what others have shared and find some tasty food to try!

Chocolate Tahini Maca Bliss Balls from Green Gourmet Giraffe:


These are adorable! I love the eyeball on top to make it a little more spooky 😉 I have been having a hard time battling my sweet tooth lately, so making lighter treats like these to have on hand definitely help. I can’t wait to try these.

8 Non-GMO Candies for Trick or Treaters from Urban Naturale:


‘Tis the season for candy! But who says it has to be filled with scary sounding ingredients, sugar-laden and GMO’s? There are some great treats out there that can give you some peace of mind when you hand out candy.

20 Spooky & Fun Vegan Halloween Recipes from VNutrition:


Chocolate Apple Pops from Rock My Vegan Socks:


This week, Mary Ellen is sharing her Deconstructed Sushi Bowl:


That chocolate hazelnut spread is soooo good. I love the idea of melting the spread and mixing it with the cashews and a touch of salt. Yum! Drooling over here…

And I’m sharing my Halloween Roundup and Eyeballs Recipe:


We’d love it if you link up and bring some friends to the party! We’ll be pinning and sharing your tasty treats on social media! 

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Join Kimmy (Rock My Vegan Socks) & Mary Ellen (VNutrition) for HVF!

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Let’s get sharing! I can’t wait to see what you bring this week! 

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  • Accepted posts: vegan recipes, plant-based health & wellness, exercise & fitness, and any vegan travel, restaurant or cookbook reviewsAll other posts will be removed.
  • You do not have to be a vegan food blogger to link up, but all recipes must be 100% vegan.
  • You must provide a link back to both your hosts in your post or grab the badge to display on the post you are submitting.
  • When linking up, please make sure to link back to the post you are submitting, not the home page of your blog.
  • Please visit other blogs and comment on at least a few other submissions. It’s fun to share the love!
  • Hashtag with #HealthyVeganFridays 

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Let’s get sharing! I can’t wait to see what you bring this week! 

24 thoughts on “Healthy Vegan Friday #123

  1. Ah I am gutted I missed joining in with V Nutrition Halloween vegan recipes, I am linking two this week, so I hope you like.

    As for trick and treaters, I moved to the Welsh valleys are couple of years back having lived in a Welsh town before. We never had trick or treaters in the town, but we have been getting them knocking on the door since we moved to the valleys – time to get some vegan treats for them.

  2. Thanks for hosting Kimmy! Your chocolate apple pops look delicious, what a cute, creative idea. Maybe I’ll try making them with my girls on Monday in lieu of loads of candy. :-) Have a happy Halloween girl!

  3. Hi Kimmy,
    Thank you so much for featuring 8 Non-GMO Candies for Trick or Treaters from Urban Naturale this week. I sincerely appreciate it. Today I shared a seasonal Butternut Squash Soup! Thanks for hosting.

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