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    A wonderful vegan sugar cookie. I borrowed this recipe, but can't remember where I got it from. This is the title it came with, though, so thank you to the originator! I originally found it while looking for a recipe for Christmas cut out cookies. This one works great! I have altered it ever so slightly. I like to roll them thin (but not too thin). They get eaten very quickly, especially warm out of the oven. By the way, I'm fully guessing at the yield. It depends on what size cutters you use, and how thin you roll them out. Enjoy!

    Recipe #155176

    I searched high and low for a way to make a cake from a boxed mix so other preschool moms could easily use the recipe for class parties (my daughter has food allergies). The challenge - when using egg substitutes, the box mixes just don't rise well and tend to crumble apart. These actually hold their shape, have a nice flavor (very sweet!), and are so easy to make. If you don't like the flavor of banana, you can substitute 1/3rd cup of applesauce instead. They do better at holding together if they are refrigerated overnight before serving.

    Recipe #136415

    This makes an awesome vegan pizza! The kids love it. I found this dough recipe online (Mitch Mandell with fabulousfoods.com) and it is so delicious and easy to prepare. We experimented with different cheese alternatives and the rice cheese has the best flavor and best melting properties. Prep time is minimal (includes placing items in bread machine and later assembling the pizzas). Prep time listed includes the bread machine time. Place the ingredients in the bread machine, go away for an hour and a half, and come back and make homemade pizza. What a treat! I altered the recipe to use less yeast (1 packet or approx 2 1/2 tsp rather than the suggested 2 Tablespoons in the original recipe). Be sure to use the dough right after it comes out of the machine for the best elasticity! Cooking time is approximate. Everyone can enjoy this, even folks who aren't on a dairy free diet. The taste is great!

    Recipe #130018

    I have young children with food allergies to milk, eggs, and chocolate who wanted mint chocolate chip ice cream. I credit a recipe posted by LonghornMama from Cooking Light magazine for ice cream using tofu. I altered it quite a bit, playing around with the flavors, and I turned it into an allergy free treat. Thanks to LonghornMama for the start to this recipe!

    Recipe #129072


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