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Halloween Vegan Grazing Board with Yorkshire Ham and Roast Beef Style Slices

Vegan Halloween grazing board with Yorkshire ham and roast beef slices

Creep it real this spooky season with this Halloween Vegan Grazing Board – perfect for sharing with friends and family! This board pairs our Yorkshire Ham and Roast Beef Style Slices, with pumpkin shaped sweet peppers, cherry tomatoes, cucumber slices and other terrifically terrifying accompaniments. This fun platter is super easy to prepare - simply increase the quantities to serve more.

Recipe by Mamahollywood

Made with Quorn Yorkshire Ham Style Slices

High in Protein

Source of Fibre

Low in Saturated Fat


  • 2 slices of Yorkshire Ham Style Slices

  • 2 slices of Roast Beef Style Slices

  • 1/4 cucumber

  • Mini sweet peppers

  • 4 cherry tomatoes

  • 2 tortilla wrap

  • Extras of your choice e.g. pretzels, raisins or other dried fruit

  • You will also need a sharp knife, Halloween biscuit cutters and a food colouring pen.


  1. Slice 1/4 of a cucumber into thin rounds and punch out a star shape with a biscuit cutter - you can use a knife if you don't have a biscuit cutter to hand!
  2. Take a sharp knife and cut out a spooky face on two mini sweet peppers Draw some spooky faces on cherry tomatoes using a food colouring pen
  3. Take a tortilla wrap and use the Halloween biscuit cutters to cut out some spooky shapes
  4. Roll up the Quorn Roast Beef and Yorkshire Ham Style Slices. Cut out a pumpkin shape from a slice of the Yorkshire Ham Style Slices, then add eyes and a mouth with the excess.
  5. Arrange everything on a board with any extras you like, we recommend some pretzels and dried cranberries!

Recipe by Mamahollywood

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