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These garlicky muffins are perfect along side soup or salad. Easy to make and come together in a jiffy. {vegan}

Savoury Garlic Muffins

A few years ago, I borrowed a book on muffins from the library. Towards the end, they included a few savoury recipes. I was intrigued, but my preconceptions about muffins kept holding me back. My whole life, muffins had been sweet. I knew when to eat them, and what to eat them with. And so I’d end up making some fruity muffin, again… But no more!
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Taco seasonings add a bit of pizzaz to roasted nuts. {vegan}

Roasted Taco Spiced Nuts

How do you like your popcorn? Plain, buttered, or full on seasoned? Lately, I’ve been eating it with a (not so light) dusting of nutritional yeast and taco seasoning, and I’m going to tell you, my popcorn’s never tasted better. But then I got to thinking, why stop at popcorn? Why not nuts? Continue reading

Peanut Butter Cookies - Crunchy on the outside, with a slight chew in the centre. {vegan}

Peanut Butter Cookies

I’ve been working on these cookies for a long time. They originally appeared on the blog as Crunchy Peanut Butter Cookies back in 2013. Honestly, I really was pleased with them back then, but as my skills and knowledge have evolved, so have many of my recipes (not to mention my expectations).
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12 Amazing Vegan Christmas Recipes To Get Your Holiday’s Started

Christmas is my favourite time of the year. I love it all! The lights and decorations, the music, get together’s with family and friends, the tv specials and movies, Santa! And let’s not forget the food!… To kick off the season, I’ve gathered a few festive recipes from some of my favourite bloggers.
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Coconut Milk Biscuits

I love bread. Know what I love even more… (I mean besides chocolate)… FRESH baked bread, still warm, straight from the oven. Sometimes I longingly look to bygone days of other eras, when fresh, home baked bread was a daily occurrence. It’s floury love, I tell you! Unfortunately, busy modern schedules, often leave little time for dough to rise. And that, my friends, is where biscuits step in.
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