Easy Vegan Witch Hat Hot Pockets Halloween Recipe

 I can't believe that we are already half way through October.  I still have so much fun, seasonal stuff I want to do, but I'm running out of time.  One thing that I HAVE managed to pull off is some pretty awesome Halloween themed meals for my little guy like these Easy Vegan Witch Hat Hot Pockets!  


The Easy Vegan Witch Hat Hot Pockets on a cutting board with Halloween decor all around.

These Easy Vegan Witch Hat Hot Pockets are so versatile and only use a few simple ingredients.  They are also ready in about 10 minutes!  I can't wait to share these with you so...

Let's get started!


For these Easy Vegan Witch Hat Hot Pockets you will need a few simple ingredients:


The ingredients needed for the Easy Vegan Witch Hat Hot Pockets.

  • 2 cans of Crescent Rolls
  • Dairy Free Mozzarella Cheese, dairy free
  • Sauce
  • Vegan Pepperoni
  • Plant Milk
To begin preheat the oven to 425 degrees. 

The vegan pepperoni finely chopped in a bowl.


Now you will need to finely chop the pepperoni. 


Two crescent roll triangles on a baking sheet.

Open the can of crescent rolls, unroll, and pull off two triangles. 

Press them flat out on a baking sheet. 

Sauce on one of the crescent roll triangles.

Spread a tablespoon of sauce in the center of one side of the triangles.


Pepperoni on top of the sauce.


Sprinkle the chopped pepperoni on top of the sauce.  


Cheese on top of the pepperoni and sausage.


Top with a tablespoon of cheese. 


The other crescent roll triangle placed on top of the other and the sides being pressed together.


Now place second triangle on top of the first.  

Press the edges together to create a seal all the way around the triangle.  


The tip of the witches hat folded down and the bottom rolled up to form a brim.


To make this into a true witches hat, fold down the top of the witches hat for that "worn in" look.  

Then, roll up the bottom of the triangle to create the brim of the hat.  


The vegan witch hat hot pocket being brushed with plant milk.

Brush the top of the witches hat with plant milk.  This will help in the browning process.

The vegan witch hat hot pockets on a baking sheet.


Place the witch hat hot pockets on a baking sheet.  


The oven set to 425 degrees for 8 minutes.

Place in a 425 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes until golden brown. 

The finished Vegan Witch Hat Hot Pockets on a cutting board with dipping sauce and Halloween decor around it.

And there you have it!  A wickedly delightful tray of Easy Vegan Witch Hat Hot Pockets!  I served these up with some Vampire's Blood (marinara), Spooky Trees (broccoli), and Ghost Goo (ranch).  They were a huge hit and everyone went back for more.  The best part about this recipe is that you can actually stuff it with anything you like!  And even though I made this vegan, you can easily transition this into a standard American diet version.  No matter how you make it, get in the kitchen and give it a try TONIGHT!  

And as always...

Happy Reading, Happy Eating, and Happy Halloween,

~The Kitchen Wife~

 









Yield: 4 hot pockets
Author: Mandee Pogue
Vegan Witch Hat Hot Pockets Recipe

Vegan Witch Hat Hot Pockets Recipe

Something wicked this way comes. And by wicked I mean these delicious Easy Vegan Witch Hat Hot pockets. Your entire family is sure to love them!
Prep time: 10 MinCook time: 10 MinTotal time: 20 Min

Ingredients

  • 2 cans of Crescent Rolls
  • Dairy Free Mozzarella Cheese, dairy free
  • Sauce
  • Vegan Pepperoni, finely chopped
  • Plant Milk

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. 
  2. Unroll the crescent rolls and tear into triangles. You will need two triangles per hand pie.  
  3. On one triangle spread some sauce and add the vegan cheese and vegan pepperoni.   
  4. Place the other triangle on top and press the sides together with your fingers.  
  5. Roll the bottom of the triangle up to create the bridge of your gat.  
  6. Next fold down the tip of the hat for that "worn in" look. 
  7. Brush the hot pocket with plant based milk to help it get golden brown.  
  8. Bake at 425 for 8-10 minutes until golden brown. 
  9. Serve and Enjoy!

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