Tag Archives: vegan baking

Blueberry-Lemon Loaf Cake {vegan}

Blueberry-Lemon Loaf Cake

Today I was sifting through my food pictures, and discovered these. HaHa! I made this blueberry loaf cake three weeks ago, photographed it, and then totally forgot about the whole thing… What can I say? I’m an Aquarian, disorganization is in my stars :-) The important thing is, when I stumbled across the pictures I was actually able to find where I tucked my recipe and notes!
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Raspberry Crater Cake {vegan}

Raspberry Crater Cake

It’s not that I don’t usually like the farmer’s market. We made a point of going several times during the past seasons. It’s just, if we missed 1 or 2 (or 3) in a row, it was no biggie… But this year has been different, though I couldn’t really tell you why… Maybe it’s because we’ve finally made a connection with some of the vendors. Maybe it’s because the market is making an effort to reach out to our vegan community with more than fancy lettuce and organic carrots… Whatever the reason, this season, I’m lovin’ our market and have missed it only once.

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S'more Bars {vegan}

S’more Bars

Awe, did you know that August 10th is National S’mores Day? Who even knew there was such a glorious day? And I missed it… Oh well, better late to the party than not at all. Am I right? :-)
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Applesauce Cake {vegan}

Old Fashioned Applesauce Cake

Applesauce cakes have been around for a long time. During WWI and WWII they were¬†popular because they used less butter, sugar, and eggs than a typical cake.¬†When WWII ended, women shifted away from the economical cakes of their mothers and began baking more indulgently. Personally, I think it’s time to embrace our grandmothers recipes again.

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Mint Chocolate Tart

Mint Chocolate Tart

I’m going to be honest, I’m a little nervous. After my two year hiatus, I’m having to refamiliarize myself with the WordPress program, my food photography skills are rusty, and just in general, I feel like a rookie… I wonder if this is how Guy Lafleur felt when he came out of retirement… But enough of my bellyaching, I want to show you my tart!

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