These are the best homemade vegan biscuits. They’re made with olive oil and not vegan butter, creating the flakiest and fluffiest vegan biscuits!
I can honestly say that these olive oil vegan biscuits are one of the recipes that I’ve been MOST excited about in the last few weeks. Sometimes I get caught up in making crazy desserts that incorporate a million different things or techniques. when really all I want on a Saturday morning is a good ol’ biscuit slathered with jelly.
These vegan biscuits were born out of the need for a biscuit that could be thrown together in time for breakfast, but don’t use gobs of vegan butter or coconut oil. (more…)
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If there is one thing that divides my husband and I, it’s love/lack of love for lemon desserts, like this sweet, light lemon poppyseed bread. I’m a total lover of lemon everything, in fact, I used to suck on lemons as a child (who knows why) and I almost love lemon desserts as much as I love chocolate ones. My husband, (more…)
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If there’s anything I learned from asking you, my lovely readers to tell me about yourself, it’s that you all want good, tasty desserts that don’t take a lot of time to make and don’t require crazy amounts of skills to bake. You have been heard! I started out brainstorming this chocolate vegan danish braid because it’s always been on my ‘to-bake’ list. While I’ve done the usual loaves of bread and make more than my fair share of homemade pizza crusts, I hadn’t quite tackled (more…)
Looking for the ultimate vegan dinner rolls? These are easy, quick and topped with a perfect everything topping!
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After a heavy and intense week last week, I decided to ease myself back into the recipe testing routine and started in a good place—with carbs. I’ve been on the hunt for a quick and easy vegan dinner rolls recipe for the last year or so, ever since I made a small Thanksgiving dinner last year. I searched around for a while (like weeks) (more…)
If there’s one thing I know, it’s that when something works, to leave well enough alone. I have a few base recipes that are tried and true, such as my riff on pancakes which came from Cookie and Kate’s recipe and my favorite brownie recipe. The same goes for scones, which I’ve found are best made with a guiding hand from The Faux Martha and hardly ever changed, since they just work (more…)
Call me crazy, but I love working with a good yeast dough. There’s just something about having that intuition in knowing if the dough is going to rise (sometimes it it’s more of a frustration feeling but, you win some you lose some) and when the dough is just right and for rolling out. Case in point, these everything soft pretzel knots for example, I actually made this dough twice. The first time I over worked the dough and realized it just wasn’t rising, no matter how many times I took a peek at it and the second, finally achieving fluffy dough success. (more…)