I have two Halloween costumes this year (one for this past weekend and another for real Halloween next weekend), and both are guaranteed to survive the apocalypse. When the world ends in December, only two things will remain — cockroaches (next week's costume) and Cher:
Yep, that's 1970s Cher. I had a costume change later in the evening and came out as "If I Could Turn Back Time" 1980s Cher:
Ha! It's not quite a sequined jumpsuit, but it was the closest thing I could find. People got it, and that's all that matters.
Okay, okay. I know you're really here for the food. Andy and Jordan, my friends who threw the party, aren't vegan. But they made a few vegan dishes for us to chow on. There were Vegan Pigs in Blankets:
And this amazing Chili Cream Cheese Dip. It's just a layer of vegan cream cheese topped with a layer of canned vegan chili and then baked in the oven. But it is SO GOOD! Especially with Fritos Scoops:
I'm lucky that one of my close friends happens to be a famous vegan baker! Stephanie (a.k.a. Poopie Bitch from the PPK) gifts me a fabulous vegan cake every year. And this year she outdid herself (as she always does). First, there were Rainbow Cupcakes!
Look inside!! OMG! This is unicorn food!
But she didn't stop there. No way. She made me a SPRINKLE CAKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Every single inch of this cake was completely covered in sprinkles. She said it was a huge pain and that she'd never do it again. So if you're thinking about ordering a cake from Stephanie, don't ask for this or she'll kill me.
Oh, but she didn't stop at sprinkles. When we cut into the cake, I squealed with glee when I saw this! Rainbow frosting!!
Overall, it was a magical night. Loads of friends in fabulous costumes. Awesome presents. And sprinkle cake. That's all I really want out of life.