Friends, you should know by now that I am completely crazy over Halloween. I mean, I have an entire section dedicated to all things creepy, disgusting, and eerie.  So it is of no surprise to you that I will take any excuse to celebrate my favorite holiday a good month in advance. What better way to celebrate with all of you than to present my first ever Fork & Beans Halloween e-Book?! *enter canned applause*
Fork & Beans Halloween e-Book
This is my best work to date, you guys. I couldn’t be more proud of this e-cookbook and it’s only $7. What? $7? That’s such a bargain! That’s like 1 Venti-sized Soy Pumpkin Spice Latte with an extra shot of espresso. Just saying…
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Check out the list of 15 recipes (plus a bonus compilation of Halloween candy bars) below that are included in this e-cookbook. The best part? Every recipe is gluten, egg, and dairy-free! 
Fork & Beans Halloween e-Book
Contaminated Bloody Marys
 Infested Chocolate Cupcakes
 Caramel Apple Vampires
Cheeze Ball Mice
Run now and purchase your copy! It will spook the goose bumps out of you and make you want to get Halloween crazy in the kitchen…
 Green Monster Rice Cereal Treats
Gluten-Free Vegan Monster Krispie Treats Recipe


  • 4 cups Dandies marshmallows
  • 6 cups gluten-free brown rice cereal
  • 3 tablespoons vegan butter
  • Natural green food coloring
  • Edible candy eyes
  • Gauze
  • Skull cookie cutter


In large saucepan melt the vegan butter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat. Add a few all-natural green food coloring drops into the mixture and stir until evenly colored. Add cereal and stir until well combined. Using wax paper, evenly press mixture into a greased 13 x 9 x 2-inch pan. Allow to cool for 10 minutes.

Cut out skull shapes with the cookie cutter. Wrap each head with gauze and place the edible eyes on by either pressing firmly in the treats or “glue” with royal icing.