It’s not a terrific photo, but this is the last of the Sweet Harvest muffins from Ricki Heller’s cookbook Sweet Freedom. All dozen got eaten by my family in two days! Even made with lots of spinach (yes spinach!), zucchini, and carrots, these muffins still tasted like a chocolate cupcake to me. Amazingly delicious! I [...]
Archive for November, 2010
I’m preparing to make the Sweet Harvest muffins from Ricki Heller’s book Sweet Freedom. Three of the ingredients I did not have and had not bought before. Spelt flour, oat flour, and Sunflower oil. Found them all at Whole Foods…
Looking for a tasty and “pretty” vegan main dish instead of turkey this Thanksgiving? I made this “turkey” style roulade from the Rhymes with Vegan blog last year for a New Year’s party. What a nice presentation, don’t you think? And my husband got a kick out of seeing me use the wedding gift meat [...]
It’s an easy, you can make it ahead of time, and it’s got chocolate. Sound like a perfect holiday dessert? It is. I’ve made this no-bake chocolate pumpkin pie from the Sweet Beet and Green Bean blog several times and I love it. The combination of pumpkin and chocolate was not something that sounded wonderful [...]
It’s that time of year and there are lots of varieties of squash now available in your grocery store. It is always such a beautiful display, but how do you turn these gourds into something delicious? Coming from someone who has broken two ceramic knifes cutting squash, my first piece of advice is “use a [...]
Our vegan recipe of the day yesterday was The Best Vegan Green Bean Casserole from the Fat Free Vegan Blog. You’ll notice that over the next few weeks we’ll be highlighting holiday recipes. Especially those you can bring to a “non-vegan” home and impress the heck out of them with how delicious vegan recipes are. [...]
With my shopping list complete, I’m about to head out to the store for ingredients Can’t wait to try out several of the recipes from this book. Thanks to Ricki Heller for sending Vegan Digest a free copy! Look for a review on the site coming soon.
You can’t beat their $7.99 combination plate. Three entrees, rice, and vegan chapati. Add a vegan samosa for $1.50 and you’re home free. Love this place!
If you think vegan wedding cakes, or just vegan cakes in general, have to be boring, you must see this cake. I about fell out of my chair. Isn’t is amazing! Read the original post on the manifest:vegan blog at http://www.manifestvegan.com/2009/08/vegan-wedding-cake/ Photo courtesy of manifestvegan.com