Category: Vegan Cookbooks

Local Bounty Vegan Stuffed Bell Peppers

October 18, 2010

As you may have noticed, I get pretty excited over the recipe possibilities each new season’s produce selections offer.  No autumn pumpkin mania or summer salad obsession gets by me!  So of course, I was so excited when I cracked open the copy of Local Bounty sent to me by Book Publishing Company, only to…

Vegan Blackstrap Gingersnap Cookies Invade My Cookie Jar

October 15, 2010
Vegan Blackstrap Gingersnap Cookies Invade My Cookie Jar

My dream of making every cookie in Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar is still alive and I’m one vegan cookie recipe closer with these Blackstrap Gingersnaps (page 42).  The best thing about cookies is most recipes are quick and simple, dirtying only one bowl and some measuring cups, and I can go from, “Hmm…..

Unforgotten Vegan Cookbook Recipe Reviews

October 13, 2010

Believe it or not, sometimes I make a new recipe, take photos… and then don’t post about it.  Normally I just let them slide, but the past week or two I’ve collected a few meals I really enjoyed and still want to share, so I’ll just put them together in one little recap post!  First…

Simple Little Vegan Slow Cooker Fiesta Soup

October 12, 2010

This morning I tossed together another super simple, yummy recipe from The Simple Little Vegan Slow Cooker, Fiesta Soup (page 35).  I have to admit, having lunch already piping hot and ready when noon rolls around is something I could really handle on a regular basis.  Actually, it’s a midday dream.  I made this recipe…

Vegan Brunch Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

October 12, 2010
Vegan Brunch Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

Muffins are the perfect thing to make when you’re feeling like baking.  You just can’t go wrong with muffins.  A batch makes more than you can eat in one sitting, so there are always extras to grab for a quick snack, or for breakfast as you’re running out the door, late for work with lipstick…

Simple Little Vegan Slow Cooker Lasagna

October 11, 2010

There are so many wonderful things about the slow cooker, and every year around this time, its appeal returns to me.  It’s perfect for thick, hearty stews and brothy soups.  But the best thing about the slow cooker?  Dinner is ready on time and I didn’t have to do a single thing, because I did…

Vegan Agave Cupcakes Take Over The World

October 11, 2010
Vegan Agave Cupcakes Take Over The World

During my second weekend of meal planning, I realized the plan needs to be flexible.  I usually have a little more kitchen time over the weekend, but sometimes weekend adventures happen, leading to other adventures, and leaving far less cooking time than planned.  Actually, I only made one recipe all weekend, despite having seven planned!…

Gooda Uncheese And Vegan Vittles Maple Walnut Granola

October 8, 2010
Gooda Uncheese And Vegan Vittles Maple Walnut Granola

One thing I’d never never really gotten into until I started reading blogs?  Granola.  Outside of our little blogging community, I’ve never really heard granola painted in a positive light.  It’s generally classified as a hippie health food, even though I know for a fact there are as many ways to make it unhealthy as…

Raw For Dessert One Bowl Brownies And Vegan Vittles Stroganoff

October 6, 2010

Don’t get me wrong, my mom could bake.  She worked in the same bakery I did, long before I worked there, and the holiday season meant it was time to make 25 different kinds of cookies at her house.  But when it came to dinners, we had that box with the smiling hand on it…

Vegan Vittles Muffins That Taste Like Donuts And Tomato Bread Soup

October 6, 2010

Muffins that taste like doughnuts?  What will they think of next? Ice cream that tastes like cookie dough?  Oh, they have that, you say?  Huh.  And one last question.  Do you write doughnuts or donuts?  Because something in me really wants to write doughnuts even though I’m fairly certain both are widely accepted.  When I…