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Orlando Jones cooks vegan Halloween dessert with The Healthy Voyager, Carolyn Scott-HamiltonOrlando Jones cooks vegan Halloween dessert with The Healthy Voyager, Carolyn Scott-Hamilton

WATCH: Orlando Jones Cooks Vegan Halloween Dessert

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He’s funny. He’s on “Sleepy Hollow.” Oh, and he’s vegan! That’s right, actor Orlando Jones is an active vegan, who just showcased his sweeter vegan side by cooking a plant-based dessert with The Healthy Voyager Carolyn Scott-Hamilton.

During a festive Halloween special, Jones joined Scott-Hamilton and her Vegan Pumpkin Toffee Bread Pudding creation. Can you say yummilicious (thanks to The Healthy Voyager, that is now a word)?

About a month ago, she teased Jones’ appearance, and now we have their cooking session in action! Not only does Jones seem like the perfect baking partner, he’s hilarious and even wants to go to sleep and stick his face in the bread pudding. Talk about dedication.

This definitely looks like the perfect recipe to celebrate such a spooky season, especially that drizzle toffee sauce. In addition to watching the video below, you can find the recipe here.

Also, it seems Scott-Hamilton just filmed a holiday episode with Zack Ward aka Scut Farkus from “A Christmas Story”! We’ll be sure to keep you updated on that, but until then check out Jones in the kitchen.

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  • Alexandra Nye

    What kind of bread would be best for this?

    • Healthy Voyager

      Hi! A fluffy and/or crusty bread like a bakery style loaf with lots of “innards” makes for a great pudding. French bread is great too!

  • Roni Pop

    I found the perfect Vegan wine to pair with the Halloween’s
    sweets -the Deccolio Prosecco, I bought it in Whole Foods Market (it’s in their
    top 10)!!

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