This vegan Spiced Applesauce cake is lightly spiced and incredibly moist. The cake itself is delicious on it’s own without frosting or caramel if you’re looking for a less elaborate baking project, and can be baked in a large bundt pan instead of layer pans.
This is an Easter Bunny approved Vegan Carrot Spice Loaf with Maple Glaze. A lovely moist carrot loaf made fragrant with warm spices, and a bit indulgent with a smooth maple glaze.
Even though these Chocolate Stout Cupcakes with Irish Cream Frosting are perfect to celebrate on St. Patrick’s Day,they’re a delicious treat to enjoy any day of the year.
This is a good one to try on vegan food skeptics & almond lovers, it’s indistinguishable from the non-vegan versions out there! A melt-in-your-mouth shortbread crust is covered in raspberry preserves, filled with frangipane (a bit like a light marzipan) and then sprinkled with slivered almonds.
Here are some Triple Chocolate Baked Donuts to get your weekend started properly! So yes, you can count me in for a seat on National Donut Day band wagon! I don’t take these food holidays too seriously, but they are fun prompts to make yummy foods.
A generous amount of blackberries are baked with a crown of rolled oats, brown sugar, and crushed crisp, cinnamon cookies. Serve warm with almond yogurt, and you’ve got something that’s not too naughty for breakfast, or served with coconut ice cream, you have a lovely, comforting dessert. There’s no wrong way, or judging here!
The Ultimate Vegan Chocolate Chunk Cookie. What does this mean to you? If it means, bakery-style, slightly chewy with crispy edges, toffee undertones and pools of melty chocolate, you’ve come across THE recipe for you.
So many strawberry cake recipes call for boxes of artificially flavored gelatin but this vegan cake is made with real strawberries, has loads of strawberry flavor, and is free of animal products. Borrowing from the method used to make applesauce cake, this cake is made with a strawberry sauce, resulting in a moist cake bursting …
Apparently butter tarts are a Canadian thing? If you aren’t familiar with them, they are traditionally little tarts with a pastry crust, filled mainly with eggs, brown sugar and raisins. Once baked, the filling is like a caramel custard. The same thing can be achieved without animal products! How awesome is that?
Silky smooth, refined sugar-free pudding that comes together in a snap, and is amazing for breakfast or dessert! For these little parfaits, I crumbled some vegan cinnamon cookies on the bottom of each jar, topped with cooled pudding (which is heavenly warm, too), then piped on some coconut whipped cream, sprinkled with cinnamon and dunked …