It has been so long since I’ve had a Boston Cream donut! They have been and will forever be my favorite type of donut. I was honestly so afraid to “veganize” these donuts because I knew I would be disappointed if they didn’t taste like the real thing. These donuts are definitely labor-intensive, but so worth the effort!
I love making homemade veggie burgers because they are so easy and versatile! This classic black bean burger is no exception. Spicing is the key to taking this burger from boring to bold. If you’re not afraid of spice, don’t be afraid to add a little extra chili pepper or some jalapenos! If you want to keep it simple, toss these burgers on a salad or a bun with a little ketchup.
There is something about a lazy movie night that always has me craving Chinese. We have been enjoying a lot of appetizers for dinner recently, but this has quickly become my favorite. I had not realized how long it had been since I was able to enjoy a crab rangoon! Growing up, they were a staple in our take-out order. However, since becoming a vegetarian so many years ago, I have not been able to munch on these savory treats.
Happy Easter! I hope everyone is staying safe indoors this holiday. While this is definitely not a typical Easter for my friends and family, I am happy that I was able to do some baking this morning. Carrot cakes on Easter have become a tradition in my house. They are sweet and earthy. I love to spice mine up with extra ginger and cinnamon to contrast with the rich buttercream frosting.
I’ll be the first to admit that I have the biggest sweet tooth. I love cakes, cookies, and candies. This recipe combines two of my favorite desserts: chocolate chip cookies and cupcakes. By freezing balls of cookie dough overnight, they can be cooked right in the middle of these cupcakes and still keep their doughy, fudgy texture. Serve these at your next holiday or birthday party!