It was just Purim and one of my favorite things to do in the kitchen is cook something appropriate for whatever holiday is happening. So, today I am posting hamantaschen, which honestly you can make any time, because they are so good. But, now you will be all set for Purim next year, so be sure to save the link to the recipe! Continue reading “Hamantaschen! (v2)”
I love making cookies for the holidays. My specialities are my chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin cookies. Both recipes will be in my upcoming cookbook, which is coming out on February 4th, 2020. Click here for details on how to preorder it and get a free ebook! So anyway, I made so many batches this month that my wrist started to hurt and I just couldn’t scoop any more cookies. But, I still have parties to go to and people to gift cookies to. What to do? Turn my chocolate chip cookie recipe into cookie bars. Genius, right?
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Back in the day before Instagram changed blogging, I used to post my musings about life, food and food on the road. Since we had such a lovely time picking apples, I wanted to talk about all of the delicious vegan food we ate and show off what I made when we got home. That’s what blogging is all about anyway, right?
Continue reading “Fall in New York & Apple Picking!”
Every time I bring this fudge to my weekly Mah Jongg game, my friends go crazy. And it goes fast. You need this in your life. It’s a really healthy snack, dessert, or even breakfast!
Continue reading “Salted Almond Butter Fudge (RAW!)”