These Vegan Finger Dogs are great for Halloween! They’re easy and quick to make and will make a fun meal for kids and kids at heart. I use Lightlife Smart Dogs. They’re both vegan and gluten-free.
These are even more simple to make than they look.
These Can Be Finger Dogs or Toe Dogs, Your Choice!
Using a sharp knife, just cut out a nail bed. It can be a finger or toe, your choice, of course. Fill the nail bed with an appropriately sized and shaped piece of vegan cheese.
Add Some Crispy Skin!
Everyone knows eating real skin is disgusting, even on Halloween, that’s why I used rice paper wrappers. Just run a piece under warm water for a few seconds and wait for a few more for it to soften. Cut a strip and wrap it around a finger.
Air Fryer Vegan Finger Dogs!
These delicious fingers (or toes) cook up fast and crispy in the air fryer. About 10 minutes at 375 degrees F is all they need.
Vegan Finger Dog Condiments
Mustard, ketchup, relish, onions, whatever you like goes well on these fingers.
I give this recipe a great big, crispy thumbs up!
Easy to make, vegan, gluten-free, and delicious. I approve!
Here are some Halloween pics from a recent drive around the local areas. I absolutely adore that Halloween decorating is a competitive sport in our new location.
- 1 package Lightlife Smart Dogs
- 2 pieces vegan cheese
- 2 rice paper wrappers
- hot dog condiments
- 1 package hot dog buns
- Cut a nail bed in the Lightlife Smart Dogs. Cut a small piece of vegan cheese to fit it. You can also make small slits where the joints would be.
- Run a rice paper wrapper under warm water for a few seconds. Wait about a half minute until it's pliable and cut a strip of it. Wrap the strip around the finger.
- Air fry at 375 degrees F for about 6 minutes, or until the skin and fingernail starts to crisp and brown.
- Serve on toasted or untoasted hot dog buns with your favorite condiments.
Hello! I’m Lisa, a vegan artist, photographer, author, Vegan Life Coach Educator, and RYT 200 yoga teacher. I love showing others how simple and delicious a plant-based diet can be. I draw and paint, cook, write, take lots of pics, eat lots of chocolate, and practice gratitude daily.