Tag Archive: vegan

Granola Cookies

October air has a necessary tension. Peanut Butter Granola Cookies (makes about 30 cookies) Ingredients: 1/2 cup vegan margarine, softened 1/3 cup organic dark brown sugar 1/3 cup organic apple sauce 3/4 cup all natural peanut… Continue reading

Peanut Butter Apple Bars

Tip: Leave the skins on the apples! They’re full of fiber and a bunch of other nutrients that take apple from a simple fruit to a superfood. And personally, I like the added… Continue reading

Brownie Waffles

Crafts house– check it out. These waffles are the lovechild of breakfast and dessert, but they’re not terribly unhealthy. I would certainly describe them as fudgy– almost denser than a normal waffle, from that… Continue reading

Apple Caramel Croquembouche

Sometimes you just want a literal tower of food. And sometimes French pastry chefs have already invented a tower of food. For those not in the know, croquembouche is “a form of choux pastry that… Continue reading

Pesto Mushroom Burgers

It’s so weird leaving imprints all over the internet. I’m definitely one of those people that has an account for every networking/blogging/portfolio website, and haphazardly tries to integrate them all into one, online… Continue reading

PB&J Protein Squares

I forgot how much I missed not showering. And hiking, and snakes, and fishing for minnows with my hands. And meteors. I did get to do some cooking on the trip. There was… Continue reading

Chia Breakfast Yogurt

To be clear, I love food trends. Chia seeds absorb moisture and instantly thicken- they are the vegan version of gelatin. I needed something to fill the void where pudding once resided in… Continue reading

Raspberry Teacake with White Chocolate Frosting

I feel like I’m always waiting for something. It’s not entirely a bad thing, but I’ve noticed that it’s pretty omnipresent. These cakes are very, very moist. And absurdly healthy, due to raspberries… Continue reading

Sweet Potato Pull-Apart Bread

Where did July go? I’ve woken up the past three days asking myself that exact question. I’ve been wrapped up in books. The recipe calls for a cup of sweet potato puree, which you… Continue reading

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars

I have an aversion to predictability. It’s not that I don’t like routine so much as that I don’t like knowing what’s about to happen. A lot of people consider pumpkin a “seasonal flavor”… Continue reading