These vegan cranberry walnut cookies are all the things you look for in a cookie rolled into one. They’re crunchy, tart, sweet, soft, and chewy all at the same time so what’s not to love?
This light and airy Roselle sponge cake has a unique fruity yet floral taste to it. You can create this cake with other dried flowers or even tea leaves if you like! The benefits of Roselle are that it helps lower cholesterol, blood pressure, sore throat, and facilitates weight loss.
These thumbprint cookies are filled with a homemade strawberry jam and made with a classic sugar cookie dough base. They are a great treat to bake and share around Valentines’ Day or on the regular to have with a cup of tea. For a unique twist, try using blueberry, apricot, orange or even pineapple jams!
These peppermint brownies are moist, cake-like and perfect to have as a base of a cake or on it’s own as a treat! They’re so delicious that you won’t even know they’re vegan!
These silky smooth no-bake blueberry cheesecakes are naturally sweetened, have hints of coconut, can be made vegan and are easy to make. They are perfect for impressing guests at dinner parties or for you to eat the whole batch yourself because trust me, they’re irresistible.
These were the MOISTEST, SOFTEST, most AMAZING cupcakes I have ever had in my life. Seriously. And the fact that they were vegan was just icing on the cake.
Hello everyone! It’s that LOVE-ly time of the year again! Valentine’s day! I’ve never been a fan of pink but for some reason, right around this time of the year, I’m all about the pink! <3 Originally, I was planning on making a bunch of new Valentine’s day inspired recipes to share with all you […]
This post contains many firsts for me. This was my FIRST time making brownies with plain yogurt. It was my FIRST time attempting at making healthier brownies. Okay, fine. That was two firsts, but they were firsts nevertheless.