Desserts, vegan, raw vegan, gluten free

Mango Sticky Rice

Mango Sticky Rice = Thailands treasure I first tasted mango sticky rice when I was living in Thailand. It was love at first bite. Afterward, it was tough to pass any opportunity to eat it. The real Thai version is loaded with sugar to make this super sweet. My version of mango sticky rice is just as delicious while making a few tweaks. Seriously, guys, this is a simple dessert but it’s just so delicious. Since introducing hubby to it a few months ago we have been having it fairly regularly.  What is sticky rice? The main ingredient is glutinous…

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Vegan chocolate crinkle cookies

Vegan chocolate crinkle cookies Who doesn’t love a good chocolate cookie? I’ve always baked peanut butter cookies or choc chip cookies because those always hit the sweet spot but I decided to try something new. These vegan chocolate crinkle cookies were inspired by gimme some ovens recipe. I had never made a crinkle cookie before, but these were so easy I'll definitely be baking them a lot more frequently Eggs in vegan baking I often get asked what I use to replace eggs in vegan baking. I know so many recipes call for flax eggs or chia eggs and while I…

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Choc orange chickpea fudge

There is something just so good about chocolate and orange being married. I'm a huge fan of chocolate orange chocolate and all the possible dessert combos that chocolate and orange can present itself in. This choc orange chickpea fudge was an idea I had and it turned out super yummy. What is chickpea fudge? Traditional fudge is made from loads of sugar, condensed milk, and butter. I loved fudge growing up, although it was a real treat around the house. I remember so many flops being made where it would turn to toffee and my brother and I would eat the…

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Vegan Sago Pudding

If you have never heard of sago pudding, I don't blame you. It's very much a South African dessert. One can find various kinds of desserts containing sago in some Asian counties. Vegan sago pudding is uncommon since this traditional dessert is made with milk and egg. What is sago? Sago is made from the pith of palm trees and looks like small white pearls. Sago is often confused with tapioca pearls which are made from cassava root and are slightly bigger. Tapioca pearls are used in bubble tea. While I couldn't find sago in a local store, I did…

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