Buttery soft roll cookies filled with naturally sweetened pumpkin butter. These pumpkin cookies are not overly sweet, contain no refined sugar and make great diabetic friendly cookies, snacks or desserts. They are pretty much a homemade vegan version of fig rolls or Fig Newtons with spiced date pumpkin filling. The good thing about pumpkin is that its natural sweetness contributes much to sweeten goodies without the need for refined sugar.
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Inspired from fig rolls (Fig Newtons), a recipe for pumpkin date roll vegan cookies — buttery soft cookies filled with homemade spiced pumpkin & date paste. As pumpkin season gears into full swing, I just could not forgo the chance for another addition to the already bountiful amount of pumpkin recipes on the internet. While
Soft thumbprint cookies made with leftover oat pulp. If you make oat milk at home, this is a great cookie recipe to use up the pulp. This is probably a long overdue post. Here’s why: to date, my homemade oat milk recipe is one of the most popular post on this blog. And as such,
Photo was taken while Boyfriendlovlie was practising his zen balancing with the cookies. The one thing that got me excited when I moved to Canada was that Oreos are vegan here. Another taste of the so-loved (pre-vegan) childhood treat, was something quite unique despite it being just-an-Oreo. Sadly, after binging on quite a few packs,
Valentine’s day is almost round the corner. Not that I actually look forward to it or do anything special, I don’t actually do anything on Valentine’s day. But at least, I think the day isn’t complete without a little chocolate treat! According to recent studies*, dark chocolate, or more so the flavanols present in chocolate,
As promised, you can find the recipe to these delicious coconut macaroons here on Millie’s blog – Nuestra Cena – Vegan American & Latin Cuisine. They are so easy to make.
Two layers of buttery soft melt-in-the-mouth cookies filled with jam and coated with icing sugar. These Mauritian Napolitaines cookies are simple yet so delicious! Vegan sugar-coated cookies. This month’s Daring Baker’s Challenge was set on a theme and the theme was September. September meaning whatever the month of September means to us (the Daring Bakers).
I didn’t know what Nanaimo bars were before this challenge and I’m glad I tried these out because they are really delicious. Very rich, very very rich indeed (and probably too rich for my taste!); you can only have a very small piece at a time. But what’s good about Nanaimo bars is that you
I made those semi-sweet semolina cookies about 2 days ago. There are still quite a lot left. They are very crunchy and granular, and light on sugar. I sometimes like them light; I feel overstuffed when they are too sugary. I’ve been having too many nuts these few days with them being on promo at