Weekly Giveaway: Vegan Etsy Grab Bag! ARSeese is the winner!
If you're anything like me, you're obsessed with Etsy (http://www.etsy.com/). It's the best place on the internet to buy the coolest and cutest stuff directly from individuals and small businesses. I can shop in my pajamas and support the little guy? Yes, please! What you might not know is that Etsy has an entirely vegan section (http://www.veganetsy.com/)! Hooray! All the goods purchased through this part of the site are guaranteed vegan, and are most likely adorable and awesome. From vegan cookies and cookbooks to cruelty-free scarfs and soaps, Vegan Etsy has it all. As usual, VegWeb's got your back. We're giving away a Vegan Etsy grab bag filled to the brim with compassionate goodies to one lucky VegWebber. Hello, Christmas presents.
For a chance to win, let us know what holiday party snacks you're looking forward to this year!
Giveaway ends on Tuesday, December 21st at midnight, PST! Winner will be chosen at random! Must live in U.S.A. to win.
Cookies and stuffed mushrooms
definitely looking forward to all the vegan sweets--cookies, brownies, dark chocolates!!
Hmmm, well lately I'm making almond butter cups, tiny praline pies and copious amounts of gingerbread. Soon I'll ramp up to apple Bundt cakes and sweet potato pies. I'm really into food. : )
The sweets! My kids and I dip pretzel sticks in melted dark chocolate and then roll them in nuts or coconut or peppermint crumbs. Fun to give (and to eat.)
artichoke dip. what would be genius would be artichoke dip poppers, kind of: breaded and fried balls of artichoke dip; or artichoke dip in little buns that you bake, like pigs in a blanket, but, "artichoke dip in a sleeping bag." Then you wouldn't need crackers or bread or whatever to scoop it up--just pop it into your mouth and it's bread and dip together. AND it'd stay warm and gooey longer, inside its little sleeping bags. You could use it instead of meatballs in a delicious marinara/puttanesca sauce. YES, that's it: artichoke dip in a sleeping bag, used to scoop up and devour a real thick tomato sauce. I would eat it until I physically couldn't.
Also cocktails. winter cocktails like glühwein and glogg, all warm and boozy.
Cookies.... oh yeah :)
I like any snacks that are vegan, but mostly sweets. I'll be baking lots of cookies for my omnivore family get-togethers... and also some little Daiya pizzas.
Silk's SoyNog - and anything with cranberries in them (vegan of course).
Vegan cookies with a medium glass of mint chocolate soymilk :)>>>
I am making gingerbread cookies and rosemary roasted nuts for the holiday snacks this year.
I also love snacking on the holiday meal leftovers... stuffing is surprisingly good when it's cold and straight out of the fridge!
I'm already all cookied-out (but still don't stop eating them, strangely). So I'll say slightly sweet popcorn with nuts and cranberries.
Mint cookies and coffee...mmm.
nuts, taco dip. spinich dip.....
I'm looking forward to all of the vegan baked goods that I will be baking as winter gifts and snacks!
Gingerbread, and gingerbread cookies!
I'm going to sneak a few Christmas cookies.... and maybe a couple chocolate covered cherries
I love vegan pinwheels! Also, the mountains of christmas cookies are soooo good! Gingerbread and veganized Italian classics. YUM!