Family recipe Vegan Apple Pie
Most ginger cookie recipes call for powdered ground ginger. I wanted to use fresh ginger in my recipe because fresh is always best when it comes to flavor. I have been wanting to try egg substitutes in my recipes and this time I substituted a flax-seed egg for the real egg. The flegg has half ∞
Let’s enjoy the bounty of Autumn and all of its winter squash recipes. Squash by itself can be quite bland and tasteless, let’s face it. Enjoying a vegan/dairy-free meal will always be frowned upon. “But why didn’t you use any meat in this recipe,” is a common question we face. Well, quite honestly, this tasty ∞
Those convenient tote bags of apples are easy to grab, pay and go. Unfortunately, more than once, when you get to the bottom of the bag, that’s when you find the apples that no one would ever buy if they were out on the produce bin. Since you will have to cut off all of ∞
Farmer’s market apples are soon to welcome Fall.
The smoothness and creaminess of this frosting is surpassed only by the fantastic flavor. It is hard to believe that the recipe calls for only 3 ingredients! This tangy frosting can be used in place of Cream Cheese Recipe Frostings and has absolutely no dairy ingredients.
Pumpkin pie signifies the official start to Autumn. I got a crazy craving for fall foods as soon as October started. The only dairy-free pies I will trust to have no butter in it is my own home-made recipe. This pumpkin pie has only 11 ingredients, all of which are organic. The flavor and texture ∞
The best way to use up all those Zucchini from your garden is transform them! I have many favorite ways to cook zucchini, and most are vegan. One of my archived vegan recipes also was a hit, and not only uses zucchini, but also the eggplants that ripen at the same time: Eggplant & Zucchini Caponata ∞
These mini cupcake papers were so unique that I bought a few to use in a recipe. They are actually made in Italy, and are sold as Mini Souffle Pirottini, or Muffin Cups. I bought a few packages while on vacation in Italy thinking I won’t be able to find them back in the states. ∞
The large retail doughnut stores have many selections, and they even advertise special varieties for the holidays. Unfortunately for those of us with a dairy allergy, few and far between are the doughnut shops that cater to food allergies. I have to travel ½ hour away to a vegan bake shop for extremely expensive and usually ∞