The original of this recipe can be found on the blog http://minimalistbaker.com/vegan-everything-breakfast-cookies/, but I have modified it a bit here and there. The result is a chunky, sturdy, soft and filling oatmeal cookie that I thought was great for a healthy breakfast. I hope you do, too. :)
This is such a cool twist on cake pops and oreo truffles if you ask me.
I found the idea for this on this blog: www.inquiringchef.com/2013/02/14/chocolate-dipped-banana-bread-truffles/.
Feel free to use your favourite banana bread, but keep in mind that the chocolate makes the truffles sweet, so dont use one that has loads of added sugar.
This recipe easily doubles or triples for larger batches.
The inspiration for this lovely and kinda healthy banana bread comes from the blog http://www.familyfreshcooking.com/2011/01/13/banana-almond-snack-cake-recipe/.
I like the use of cornmeal as it gives the bread a heartier texture. This is more of a bread than a cake, so keep that in mind if youre looking for a cake more than a bread.
Please note: I like my banana breads without added sugar, but feel free to add 1/4 c or so if you like your breads sweeter.
This recipe comes from a very nice blog called cupcakesandkalechips.com. Ive modified it a bit to suit my taste even more, though.
It is a dessert hummus and tastes sooo good. It gives you all those classic pb&j flavours but is so much better for you. I love it! :)
This is another wonderful, yummy (I would even say indulgent) bean-based dip. It resembles oatmeal cookies and is so versatile, you can really make it your own. The best thing is, you can eat a whole post of this and dont have to feel guilty, because there are so many good for you nutrients in this. :)
The idea for this recipe comes from this lovely blog: http://www.runningtothekitchen.com/2012/03/raw-brownie-bites/
However Ive modified them quite a bit to make them suite my taste even better and to have them ready quicker. I hope youll enjoy them, too!
This super creamy, moussy spread tastes very indulgent, but is actually chock full of healthy ingredients, so you dont have to feel guilty about eating it. It makes a nice dip for fruits, too.
Feel free to add flavourings or add ins, but this is how I like it best.
NOTE: I strongly recommend refrigerating it one night or several hours before eating as it really gets better with age.
This super easy and quick to make soda bread tastes lovely and is the perfect accompaniement to soup or stew or some hearty cheese.
I like that there is neither sugar nor fat in this recipe and it still comes out moist and yummy.
I found the inspiration for this spread on the blog "chocolatecoveredkatie" and came up with my own version. I really liked the flavour and texture of this dip and hope you will enjoy it, too! :)
I like to spread this onto apple slices but I can imagine it would be great on toast or waffles, too.
This recipe comes from the wonderful book "Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar" by Terri Hope Romero and Isa Chandra Moskowitz. Ive tweaked it a tad here and there, though.
The cookies come out puffy, soft and with a slight mocha flavour. I think they are very pretty and everyone (vegan or not) raved about them. I hope youll enjoy them, too.
This recipe is quick and easy to make and perfect as a sweet Easter gift. You can make various shapes depending on the cookie cutters you use. I made one large duck from the entire recipe, but if you use smaller cookie cutters youll get a much greater yield. Have fun!
I suggest packaging the hardened treats in cellophane baggies and tying them with decorative ribbon for a cute presentation.
Note please: These need to chill for 1 1/2 hours.
This genius recipe comes from the blog chocolatecoveredkatie.com and I LOVE it! :) Ive made a few tweaks to adapt it for what I had on hand and it came out smooth, creamy, cookie-like and just amazing. This is one of the best vegan, healthy dessert recipes Ive tried so far. I hope youll like it, too!
This decadent sauce recipe comes from Ashley's blog edible perspective (http://www.edibleperspective.com/home/2012/3/6/chocolate-coconut-fudge-sauce.html). I modified it a tad and thought it was just scrumptious. I cant wait to try it on pancakes! :)
The original of this recipe comes from this blog: http://bakingpowders.blogspot.de/2010/11/banana-peanut-butter-coconut.html.
I loved the idea of combining peanut butter, coconut milk and some sort of chips into a decadent yet not too sinful dessert, so I played with the recipe and this is my version. I hope youll enjoy it!