Cookie dough eaters -- you know who you are. I, too, have baked countless batches of cookie dough that never made it to the oven. The best part about vegan baking is that it’s always safe to eat the cookie dough straight up because it is egg-free.
Celebrate the holidays with sweet layers of espresso-soaked cake, ground dark chocolate, and spiced pumpkin creme!
Smooth vanilla ice cream with ribbons of salted caramel and lots of chunky chocolate-covered pretzels. You’ll never eat pretzels from a bag again!
Celebrate St. Patty’s Day pub-style with beer and chocolate!
We all love red velvet cake, right? Well, here it is swirled into creamy vanilla ice cream for the perfect cake and ice cream blend.
Vanilla ice cream sandwiched between two chewy chocolate chip cookies all covered in a crackly chocolate coating.
My favorite cookies growing up were my mom's famous ooey gooey Beach Cookies.
A lot of you wrote in asking for more cupcake recipes, so I am sharing my winning Raspberry Tiramisu Cupcake Recipe.
This low calorie vegan recipe has no cholesterol, saturated fat, or refined sugar, but it is just as decadent as traditional french toast.
Incredibly moist banana cake with gooey dark chocolate chips. Could life get any better?
Warm pumpkin bread pudding with a dash of spice and studded with chocolate chips.
Try this lighted-up cake as seen on The Doctors!
Move over weird-colored fruitcake!
A Haunted Halloween Layer Cake that has a dark as night chocolate ganache oozing and dripping down the sides.
This show-stopping crème brulèe is infused with warm holiday spices and has a crackly torched top.
Creamy coffee ice cream in a cookie crust drizzled with rich chocolate sauce and topped with toasted almonds and whipped cream.
This Rustic Peach Galette recipe is the perfect way to celebrate summer and it’s easier than pie- literally!
This cobbler is juicy, sweet, and tangy, with a fluffy dollop of coconut-based whipped cream.
I’ve cracked the code for vegan girl scout cookies.
If you dare, try my Witches Fingers Cookies...
Have you ever baked a cake with olive oil? It may seem strange, but in Italy they do it all the time!
In Italian, Tiramisu literally means, “pick me up” because Italian women used to dip leftover biscuits in espresso during the middle of the day for a zing of energy.
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