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Discussion in 'Cooking & Baking' started by lxb, Nov 29, 2012.
Who knows... I have enough for banana bread.. so I will make some!
I will get recipes up here at some point.. but this is what I did all day yesterday (and this morning)... still have to frost sugar cookies, so they aren't on here...
Cranberry Toffee Crunch
Cherry Icebox Cookies
wow you've been busy, whats the occasion, and are we all invited to try they look delicious, well done
I have been meaning to bake...this makes me jealous. I want cookies. Mmmm.
Coconut macaroon recipe
Wow you have been busy.....
Update: Added HWPG's Vegan Black Bean Brownies!
I made some black bean brownies tonight, but the recipe I have been meaning to try for a while now. I have a "Food" file on my desktop. These are not vegan, but are gluten-free. And so fudgy, yet light. I used turbinado sugar, no coffee, and coconut oil in place of canola. I think it could do with less sugar, they are a bit too sweet for me. Next, I will also try HWPG's recipe. I heart brownies.
If only I hadn't lost my sweet tooth, small price to pay I suppose, but come May and i'm going to go on a massive bakefest with all of these delicious looking recipes, keep them coming ladies, those brownies look to die for echo, I love brownies
I made these yesterday, using al the same ingredients as echo, OMG, such delicious brownies, unfortunately started eating them before taking apic, but they looked the same so you get the idea definately a must for everyone to try
Quick question for you echo, did you use dry black beans and do the soaking cooking process, or did you get ready black beans? I bought dry and it took so long, will try with ready ones next time
Did everyone stop baking or just forget about this tasty thread?
I used the canned. I do have dried beans, jars and jars of them...but I'm too lazy to do the soaking.
My SIL made them, too and was eating brownies for breakfast. They really are so good.
I made some corn muffins. I'll upload a pic later.
Sage Corn Muffins
1 cup cornmeal
1 cup flour
1 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
2 tbsp dried sage
3 tbsp oil (I used olive oil)
1 cup milk (I used soy)
1 tsp vinegar
preheat oven to 350F. Mix dry ingredients in a bowl. Mix vinegar and milk and let sit a minute (makes buttermilk). Add oil. Add wet ingredients to dry and mix well.
Grease a muffin tin. Recipe said it make 12, but I only got 9 muffins out of it. I filled tins about 2/3. Bake 15-20 minutes, or until knife comes out clean.
Great dinner roll option, as it is not a sweet muffin (or breakfast cake, as I call them). The sage is perfect company to the corn. Delicious.
Recipe is adapted from the Veganomicon.
added sage corn muffin~ MMm~~
I was just looking for a yummy recipe to go with my kale soup for dinner tonight. I think I found a winner in sage corn muffins. Sounds delicious! Thanks for posting!
Hi ladies, i'm back on the baking train, I lost my sweet tooth for a few months there and any want for baking, but it seems it's returned. I made some delicious apple flapjacks this weekend
50g soft juicy apricots
25g light brown sugar
100g porridge oats
3tbsp rapeseed oil
That's the official ingredients.
However, I used:
2 large apples
25g light brown sugar
120g porridge oats (mine was a mix of oats and quinoa)
1tbsp coconut oil
A nice sprinkling of coconut flakes
1.Preheat the oven to 180c
2.Peel and core the apples and put in the blender to make a fine mash
3.Put apple, sugar coconut flakes and oil in a bowl together and mix, then add the porridge oats and stir well
4.Put into the baking tray and cook for 15-20 mins until golden brown and then leave to cool.
I plan to try some with different varieties of fruit, I think apple and blueberries is my next plan for these
Here is a pic of my delicious brownies, and one of these flapjacks
Come on ladies where are all the delicious cakes?
Yesterday was my Birthday and I made a carrot cake for myself It was my first ever attempt at a carrot cake, but it was so delicious, so spongy and moist, I will definately be making it again in the future. I know most make their carrot cake with the creme fraiche type topping, but DH is a dairy free guy so this is a non dairy recipe
Happy birthday!! Carrot cake looks delish! That is one of my faves.
I haven't been baking lately. The last sweet dish I made was sticky rice with mango and coconut, made on the stovetop.
I've never made carrot cake, but it looks delicious! I haven't done much baking lately... maybe soon..
So I am in the mood to bake, and it just so happens to be a coworkers birthday, so I am making a chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting.
The frosting is so good, I want to eat the whole bowl. But I won't.
Here are the links to the recipes I used: