4 c. vegan marshmallows
6 c. gluten-free brown rice cereal
3 Tbsp. nondairy butter
natural green food coloring
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.
Wonderful! Wonderful! Wonderful!
Jaquelyn - 1 Happy Healthy Family
I love the work you put into this.Thank-you for putting this together 🙂 Halloween is such a fun holiday!
this is a terrific eBook. there is something for everyone. My kids are so excited… thx
Thank you so much for this comment, Brigitte! So glad that you like the ebook 🙂
What is EnerG?
Hi Gaynelle! Here is a link to what EnerG egg replacer is: http://www.ener-g.com/egg-replacer.html It’s a combo of potato and tapioca starches, baking soda and powder. If you do not have this available where you live, here is a great link on how to make your own: http://wholenewmom.com/recipes/energ-egg-substitute-egg-replacer-without-eggs/
Hope this helps!
The Peace Patch
Congratulations…superfun way to start your publishing career! Tombstone Ice Cream Sandwiches are exactly what I’m craving…seriously, last night I loudly proclaimed that I *needed* to have one and was immediately admonished that it’s “no longer ice cream sandwich season”. HA! You have proved them wrong. 😉
Susmitha - Veganosaurus
Squeeee!!! I’m totally stoked to have won the ebook! Thank you so much!
All the treats are so freaking adorable! 🙂 I especially love the rice crispy monsters and cheezeball mice. Too darned cute. Can’t wait to try them out. Thanks again, Cara. 🙂
Yay–I’m so glad that you like the book! xoxo
Congrats! That’s so cool. Those caramel apples look amazing.
Thank you so much, Randi! You should get it and make the apples 😉
This looks amazing Cara! So much effort must’ve gone into it! Halloween isn’t often celebrated here in Australia, but I love the idea of dressing up and making spooky treats. I might just try and introduce the tradition this year 😉 Thanks hon! xx
It is now a MUST that you buy this book and spread Halloween celebration in Australia!! xo 🙂
Gabby @ the veggie nook
Wow this looks so amazing Cara! I know this will be a beautiful book! And only you could make a Halloween book beautiful 😉
Thank you, Gabby! xo
YAY SO excited for you 🙂 goodluck with the full time blogging! Cant wait to try some of these halloween treats!
Thank you! So far it has been the best decision ever… xo
yay! so awesome Cara! I cannot wait to see those infested cupcakes!
Thank you Richa! <3
Your Biggest Fan!
Fantastic! The recipes and pictures are to die for (insert your best Dracula impersonation here) 🙂
A must have for everyone – love it!
I’m so proud of you and blushing at the dedication!
I can totally hear you saying this (and why can I also picture you dressed up like Dracula?!) ha. I love my mom!
Your Biggest Fan!
Actually, I’m thinking about dressing up as Mavis for Halloween this year.
Gotta love her. 🙂
Her birthday worm cake looks like a “Cara Halloween” creation.
Your Biggest Fan!
OK…I think Mavis is a little too cutsie for me. Back to the drawing board – Eek!
I love the idea of your Halloween cookbook and was wondering if your recipes call for xanthan gum.
Hi Nicolette! Only one of the recipes (Trick-or-Treat Sugar Cookies calls for xanthan and I’m almost positive you could omit it and it would be fine. Hope this helps! xo
I am so excited! Thank you so much for creating this Halloween book I cannot wait to purchase it now 🙂
Yay, I hope you like it Nicolette! xo
Jackie ( Sitting next to your momma)
awesome! thanks cara! my kids are going to love this! 🙂
Yay! I hope you and your kiddos love it Jackie 🙂