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I usually exchange gifts with a friend around the holidays. She had one simple request. That simple request was to bake her some vegan cinnamon rolls.
I’ve made many things, but not once did I ever consider making cinnamon rolls, let alone vegan cinnamon rolls.
She gave me a recipe she thought I should try and realized the only thing vegan about the cinnamon rolls was the replacement of butter and milk. Luckily, I already consume a milk substitute, but I had to get introduced to vegan butter.
This delicious loaf is packed with delicious blueberries with a punch of lemon flavor. You can enjoy this wonderful loaf any time of the year by using fresh or frozen blueberries.
Lemon goes so well with a variety of fruits, so feel free to swap out blueberries for one of your favorites.
My boyfriend plays a game called ‘Guild Wars 2.’ He keeps trying to get me to play, but I really don’t have the patience for that game, but I am fascinated with the foods the gamers can create for their characters.
Bowl of peach raspberry swirl ice cream caught my attention and I couldn’t get it out of my mind. I would love to make this again with a custard base. I haven’t yet perfected the use of eggs in my ice cream base, but I will. I would also like to remake this with fruits during peak season.
The ice cream base is really basic to make, but have patience when straining the raspberry puree.
Christmas is coming and you’re probably looking for Christmas cookies recipes to prepare for your holiday gathering or Christmas cookie swap. Even if you have your core recipes on hand, it never hurts to try a new recipe that could eventually end up as a keeper. Here are nine cookies you won’t be disappointed with.
If you love red velvet cake, why wouldn’t you enjoy red velvet cookies? These are simply delicious and easy to make. You’ll want to eat them all fresh out of the oven. If you manage to have leftovers, and stored correctly, they are even more delicious the next day.