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    Joy of Vegan Baking!

    This cookbook is named after a book I JUST ordered for myself by Colleen Patrick Goudreau. She is the creator of the website and podacast named: Compassionate Cooks. Her podcast is so well done, and is one of my biggest inspirations for becoming a vegan. You should really check it out... Here in THIS cookbook, I have gathered a selection of vegan baked "sweets" that I have found here on Zaar, and some of my own as well. I was really surprised at how many vegan dessert recipes were on here from other zaar chefs. That makes me simle!
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    These came from my Red Star Vegetarian Support Formula cookbook that uses their brand of nutritional yeast. Theirs is good but I use NOW brand, other flake nooch brands will work too. These are a delightful vegan treat to have with soups, vegan gravies, etc. Any kind of non-dairy milk will work-- just under 1 cup, but whole-wheat pastry flour is a must instead of regular whole-wheat flour.

    Recipe #448519

    An upside down pudding cake from "How it all Vegan"....my first ever pudding cake, and it was pretty fabulous. I'm somewhat in awe of how simple it was....as we were putting it together it looked a little strange having never made one before, but it worked!! This is one of those cakes (desserts) you more than likely always have the ingredients on hand for. My 5 year old actually put this together aside from the boiling water part - it worked out just fine, lumps and all! The original recipe called for 1/2 cup margarine...I subbed oil. My only wish would be that the pudding part was a little "creamier", but I'm not sure how to accomplish that. I served this to non vegans tonight and they all enjoyed it, no mention of it being vegan or otherwise. Served with vanilla ice "cream".

    Recipe #401907

    super good, home made chocolate cake!!

    Recipe #349050

    These are sooooo good! No exaggeration. The topping is light and fluffy and not overly sweet, and you would never know that the cupcakes were vegan. The recipe come from Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World. Once you taste these cupcakes, there will be no doubt that these can take over the world! The mousse topping makes enough for probably 2 dozen cupcakes, so go ahead and double the cupcake recipe...they are sure to disappear in no time. Preparation time doesn't include the 1 hour refrigeration time for the mousse.

    Recipe #309200

    I found this recipe in Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero's Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World.

    Recipe #355938

    From vegan cookies take over the world by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope. These have the consistency of shortbread; I had to stop my husband snaffling them all. They went down well with a cup of earl grey tea. I substituted the almond milk for soya milk due to my nut allergy; I also added the juice of half a lemon and reduced the sugar by a tablespoon according to my taste

    Recipe #417834

    From "Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World", these chocolate cupcakes are light and fluffy, not to mention animal friendly!

    Recipe #259057

    This cupcake recipe is from the book Vegan Cupcakes Take Over The World. You can make this recipe using soy margarine or canola oil. IF USING OIL INSTEAD OF MARGARINE DOUBLE THE SALT. I have only used the canola oil in this recipe and the results were surprisingly delicious. The texture is good and so is the flavor.

    Recipe #302367

    This recipe came from Vegan Cupcakes Take Over The World, but I made a small modification with the frosting (using much less, trust me, it doesn't need much). No one will believe you when you tell them they're vegan. The cupcakes taste like moist banana bread. Double frosting recipe to create cupcakes like the ones in the photo. My favorite vegan margarines to use for baking include Earth Balance and Nucoa (in the tub, although it's been impossible to find lately).

    Recipe #305355

    From Vegetarian Times (June 2005)

    Recipe #123809

    Really easy and moist! I can't believe everyone doesn't make cake this way, much better than a box and healthier for you than grandma's recipe.

    Recipe #268241

    6 Reviews |  By Ariix

    This is my favourite coffee cake recipe, which I've turned vegan with great success. Adapted from a sour cream coffee cake recipe that my mom used to make from The Joy of Cooking.

    Recipe #105605

    When published in "Vive Le Vegan" by Dreena Burton, these were called double chocolate, but since there are really three forms of chocolateyness I thought I'd better change the title :-) Otherwise, however, these cookies are pure, perfect decadence... they just beg to be shared with the world! (I highly recommend buying Dreena's book for more of the same experiences!) Note: My picture is of what I made my dad for Fathers' Day. :-) It took about a third of the whole recipe and was like a jumbo brownie-cookie! MMm-mm!

    Recipe #299599

    These are so delicious... You have to just try them, I cant even explain.

    Recipe #259348

    This is my favorite chocolate cake. No fuss, no mess and very moist. Back in the early days when it was paycheck to paycheck, this simple dessert made it into his lunchbox many a day because it was cheap and simple. No eggs, no milk.

    Recipe #29935

    A good cake but especially good if you need an egg and/or dairy free cake.

    Recipe #99928

    I often use flax seed and water as an egg replacer, but if you want to avoid a nutty taste, this can be used in baking, too. It is closer to the commercial egg replacers. From Vegetarian Times, January 2007.

    Recipe #203168

    These vegan blueberry muffins are as easy as a box mix. I originally saw it published as a user submission at vegweb.

    Recipe #278278

    29 Reviews |  By yogi

    A pie made with tofu! Though I've made this twice already, no one in my family has guessed there's tofu in it and everyone loves it.

    Recipe #38401

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