I am looking for a recipe for vegan christmas cookies. You know, the kind you cut out in the shape of an angel, gingerbread man, snowflake etc and then decorate. And, btw..are those sprinkles and such vegan too?
Whatever the case..is there anyone out there with a vegan christmas cookie recipe?
a friend of mine gave me a recipe for vegan chocolate cake, i found it not moist enough so i adjusted it and this was the result. this is my favourite brownie because it takes little time to make, the ingredients are inexpensive and easy to find. oh, and it's really yummy. enjoy!! :D
1 cup sugar
1.5 cup flour
1/4 cup cocoa
1 tsp. baking soda
1/2 tsp. Salt
1 Tbsp. lemon juice
1/3 cup oil
1 tsp. Vanilla
1 cup cold water
1 mashed banana
Toppings: any kind of nuts, carob chips, anything to your fancy
(as well, you can mix things into the brownie itself)
Sift and combine all dry ingredients in a large bowl
In another bowl combine wet ingredients
Add wet mixture into dry ingredients and mix well
Stir in mashed banana
Stir in any other things you want to include (see Optional above)
Grease a 8 x 8" (or 8x9 for thinner brownies) pan with oil
Pour batter into pan and top with toppings
Bake at 350 F for 35 min
I just bought Vegan Planet. Any recipes that you'd suggest I try?
hey y'all, i'm new to the community! i was wondering if anybody had a surefire good sugar cookie recipe they might like to share. i've made two different kinds and they were alright, but i'm not quite satisfied. thanks!
hi all, i want to make chocolate truffles for a friend and was wondering if i can substitute regular old soymilk (or perhaps a thick brand of it) for the cream called for in usual truffle recipes? the recipes are usually simply melted chocolate and heavy cream.. and when it firms up, that's when you get what is called a 'ganache'. i assume the firming comes from the chocolate cooling and since it's mixed with a liquid )cream), it doesn't harden all the way and becomes the right consistency. so does this work with just soymilk too?