Homemade VEGAN Apple Honey

Howdy everyone! Welcome to Oatmeal With A Fork!

I’m definitely stoked for this month! As I’ve said many a time, this is definitely my favorite time of year! Let’s get right into some food!

Whole wheat english muffins with Vegan Apple Honey (recipe at end of post) have been on the agenda for morning snacks….

I’ve always felt bad that vegans can’t have honey….it’s so delicious and wonderful! I’m hoping this might be an easy alternative!

I’ve been eating a lot of spaghetti squash lately. This one I topped with my Easy Spicy Marinara Sauce and grated goat cheddar….

Sorry for the messy picture! I was in a hurry to eat! :-)

This individual almond butter fudge made its way into my mouth for an afternoon snack…

….while this quinoa and broccoli casserole was my dinner!

This was soooooo tasty! I just sort of threw some stuff together I had in the fridge, and it turned out fantastic!

For dessert, my daughters and I partook of the ubiquitous banana soft serve…..

….Jadie topped hers with a chocolate sauce and I added some carob powder to mine (I have a serious fixation on carob lately)…..some Pumpkin Fudge also made its way into our bellies…..

…you guys have to try out this recipe!

Another recipe you have to try is this Vegan Apple Honey….

…it’s so easy and all you need is one ingredient!

VEGAN APPLE HONEY (NO bees harmed)

Inspired by this recipe

2 c. 100% organic apple juice

Heat a shallow pan over medium heat. Add juice. Bring to a boil; lower to a simmer and continue cooking until the juice has reduced to syrup consistency (about 45 minutes to one hour). Allow it to cool before using. This should be kept in a clean glass jar in the fridge, and warmed a bit before using.

Other healthy Halloween snacks and treats on this site:

Pizza Popcorn

Magic Shell Banana Treats

Vegan Orange Julius

Devil’s Food Cake

Raw Brownies

Raw Oreos

And now to get you in the spirit of the season…


What’s your favorite way to use honey?

What are you planning on dressing up as for Halloween?

My husband and I thought it would be fun to be a dead bride and groom….or a dead gangster pair….or……something dead. Yes, we’re a bit morbid. :-)

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  1. says

    Wow that almond fudge thingy looks veryyyy dangerously delicious hahah
    I am DEFINITELY dressing up for halloween, not sure what though! I need some ideas…lol

    • Lauren says

      I’ve heard of the Bee Free, but I’m not sure how it would compare…I imagine my version would be cheaper though! :-)

  2. says

    Alright so I’m just going to come out and say this, reading your blog just MADE my week. I can’t have gluten, dairy or soy, so I’ve been eating paleo. And normally when I see yummy treats on WIAW, I can’t have them. But I thought, let me just look at the fudge recipe. I can eat it!! Those will be happening in my house sometime this month along with the raw brownies. You are awesome.

  3. says

    Hi, Lauren! WOw! YOur day of eats looks amazing! That casserole esp caught my attention! I love meals like that…just dump everything in, stick in the oven, and voila..yum-o! Haha..I remember you saying Halloween is your favorite day!! Can’t wait to see your post on that day 😉

    • Lauren says

      Thanks Lauren! Yeah, I’ve thought of doing it with orange juice as well. Pineapple sounds really good too!

  4. brittany says

    The Apple Honey looks AMAZING! THANKS a bunch for the idea!!! Do you have a horrible time cleaning the saucepan afterwards? How do you reheat the honey before serving? Do you just remove the bit you’d like and warm it on the stove?

    • Lauren says

      Thanks so much Brittany! I’ve not had a tough time with the pan. I usually don’t reheat it, I just keep it in a bowl on the counter and use it in place of honey. If you wanted to reheat it, I’d just put it in a non-stick skillet and warm it a bit that way. I hope you enjoy it! :)


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