It turned into a tradition that we would treat the other to High Tea and manicures for the other’s birthday. This became a bit more complicated when we both started living vegan. I took it upon myself to make us a proper Vegan High Tea, and started a new tradition.
Is Christmas really Christmas without gingerbread? The smells, the taste, it’s all just Christmas joy! There’s no bigger gingerbread fan than my husband, so every year I make up a batch of gingerbread cookies especially for him.
It’s pretty easy to make delicious vegan cookies. When I discovered the winning recipe for vegan sugar/shortbread cookies, I became the designated Christmas sugar cookie maker. In the spirit of the holidays, I thought I’d share this deliciousness with you.
This recipe is both cute, AND delicious. It was also the most thoughtful recipe of my 2019 year. It all started when I was perusing Pinterest, looking for Halloween inspo, and came across this magnificent creation…
I delight in creating creepy versions of our favourite party snack foods, and our guests love it, too. Last year, I successfully created our first Vegan Halloween Menu, but it definitely had room for improvement. So, this year, I am planning ahead and testing recipes…First up, mini vampire sliders!
I never like to say goodbye to a good thing, so I’ve spent much of my vegan journey trying to create vegan cheeses to solve all my taste cravings. Happily, I’ve been able to recreate an equally delicious vegan version of my preteen pasta fave — the spinach ricotta tortellini! I decided that this recipe was too good not to share, so here it is.
Before becoming vegan, one of my favourite lazy dinners was perogies. I have not had vegan pierogi since starting this vegan journey until I made them myself, because I simply could NOT stand never having them again. I have discovered the recipe for the most perfect vegan pierogi, and they’re potato-y and cheese-y, and OH SO GOOD.