Many witches choose to eliminate some or all animal products from their food for a variety of reasons. If this is you, you can find recipes to suit your needs here. Even if this isn't you, you may find something here to add a little variety to your menu plan.

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Apple Chips

  • Apple chips are a yummy way to savor the harvest season.

Basic Pie Crust (With vegan option)

  • The start to any pie.

Bean Salad

  • This is an often requested favorite at potlucks. It's a marvelous start to a vegetarian meal. It also travels well and is a snap to make.

Beet Orange Salad

  • Here is a great salad for your spring Equinox brunch.

Cinnamon Clay

  • This is a non-edible recipe for making a yummy-scented dough with which you can create charms, ornaments, and small altar pieces.

Dandelion Punch

  • If you're serving dandelion wine for your Midsummer gathering, be sure to also serve dandelion punch for the kids and teatotalers!

Dandelion Wine

  • Here's an old favorite for Midsummer.

Easy Autumn Orange Slices

  • Quick way to spice up sliced oranges.

Fire Roasted Corn

  • Here's a tasty classic for any camp out or BBQ.

Grandma's Cucumber Salad

  • My grandmother brings this salad along to every occasion.

May Wine

  • infused herbal wine for Spring and Summer

Mulled Cider

  • This beverage is traditional at harvest gatherings and as a special treat when the kids come in from Trick or Treating on Halloween, or to warm up your hands sitting around the bonfire on Samhain.

Mushroom Miso Soup

  • Mushrooms and Miso are two magical secrets to vegetarian cooking, combined they make a rich, meaty soup that will warm the tummy and lift the spirit.

Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

  • This autumn tradition makes use of the leftovers from Harvest Festival pies and Jack O Lanterns

Salt Scrub

  • Salt scrub is a wonderful, inexpensive alternative to soap for use every day or for those days when you want to pamper yourself. It cleans, exfoliates and moisturizes at once.


  • Sima is Finnish May wine

Veggie Kabobs

  • Fire roasted veggies are delicious and super easy.