Although Christmas is over, I thought I will share this festive vegan ginger cookies recipe with you. And if you cut other shapes than Christmas trees and snowflakes - you can use this recipe all year long 😋
I also wanted to write a post on 1st of January, as exactly three years ago, January 2016 I became vegan 🌿It's been an amazing 3 years filled with kitchen innovations and discoveries!
So hope you guys had a great festive time over last couple weeks! And now, happy 2019, happy reading and happy baking! 💛
Today I will be sharing a lovely festive recipe - dark chocolate & cinnamon muffins with strawberry jam inside. I went a little bit crazy and made 36 muffins, but recipe below gives you 12 medium size muffins. Enjoy! 😇
P.S. these muffins can be a perfect Christmas gift! ❤️
Super fluffy, extremely moist and ridiculously tasty! Try this recipe if you want to impress everyone with your vegan baking skills! ❤️
Last week at work we had another bake off competition, so I thought it's a perfect occasion for me to practise my vegan baking skills and invent something new. Unlike other recipes on my website, this one is quite complicated - so read further if you are looking for a little baking challenge :)
Recipe below makes about 18 large muffins (I know... weird number, but I have two muffin trays - one of 6 and one of 12, that's why I made 18) so it's enough for all your friends to try 😇
I love baking. And vegan baking is even more exciting and fun, as it is quite challenging when you need to remove eggs and milk!
Another week we had a charity bake off at work and I thought I will improvise a little bit. Have a look at this adorable recipe for super pretty and tasty Oreo muffins 😇 By the way, everyone who tried them said that muffins were super tasty!
You will be surprised (at least I was not expecting that) but vegan baking is actually not hard and does not necessarily require fancy ingredients that are hard to find. So if you have a birthday or another occasion that needs a cake this recipe is worth reading!