I wanted to make a Vegan Cheesecake for a while now. It was very hard to find a recipe on UK-based blogs, which was a shame. While usually it doesn’t make a lot of difference, it matters when you need to know exactly what kind of product someone used. This is why I mention all
I mentioned when I shared the recipe for vegan choux pastry that I made eclairs, and here is the recipe for Pumpkin Eclairs. To flavour the creme patisserie I used pumpkin syrup. It is one of those syrups for cocktails, sold at a local barista shop. As the syrup contains a lot of sugar, I
I’ve been making versions of Babka for years. It’s very similar to a Romanian staple – cozonac. I shared the recipe for a traditional cozonac, which is very similar to Babka, both in ingredients and how it is made, in a braid. Furthermore, I shared the recipe passed down in my family, from my great-grandmother
Churros sundae is from a new cookbook, Epic Vegan by Dustin Harder. Check the link if you fancy reading more about the book on my book blog. The churros can be either baked or fried. I tried both version and they are really good either way. You can use the remaining sugar from the coating
I made banana bread a few times while in lockdown, as one can easily assume. I thought of an alternative for my very ripe bananas and that is a banana and apricot crumble. It was delicious and I plan to make it again this week. I did not add any sugar in it, as both
Victorian Macaroni pudding is actually called Sweet Macaroni Pudding in the well known Victorian cookbook – The Book of Household Management, by Mrs. Isabella Beeton. I read the book recently, here is the review, if you are curious. And so I’ve decided to make a recipe from her book as a prop for the book.
This coconut squares, and the next two recipes I’m going to share on my blog are from Romania. They also are recipes I used to have as a child. I made some modifications to them, as my diet has changed and now I’m having a dairy free diet (with the rare exception) and I’m also