These indulgent vegan chocolate raspberry tarts are easy to make even if you are not too sure about making pastry. There’s no rolling required, and the decadent no-cook chocolate mousse is made in the blender. Use a raspberry preserve (not jam) for a fresh, not too sweet compliment to the chocolate, and then top them off with a silky ganache! Continue reading “Vegan Chocolate Raspberry Dream Tarts”
Sweet juicy blueberries are baked over a layer of ginger cookie crumbs in a no fuss, free-form flaky crust for an easy, pretty, and super delicious dessert. If you’re new to pastry making, this is a perfect recipe to start with. The galette is perhaps the easiest way to make a pie which is ruggedly handsome and makes for a lush treat! Continue reading “Vegan Blueberry Ginger Galette”
Sweet, juicy peaches nestle into a layer of silky almond cream and are baked in a melt-in-your-mouth shortbread crust. This delicious tart is so easy to make and doesn’t require any pastry rolling! Continue reading “Vegan Peaches and Almond Cream Tart”
Strawberry and hibiscus go together as swimmingly as strawberry and rhubarb. The same marriage of sweetness and tartness is what makes it so perfect. A vegan strawberry hibiscus curd is tucked into a melt-in-your-mouth pistachio shortbread crust and is finished with fresh strawberries. No pastry rolling or complex steps involved!
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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? Continue reading “Vegan Chocolate Almond ‘Butter Tart’ Squares”