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Vegan and Plant Based Cooking

my plant based pantry

This list isn’t the whole of what I normally stock up on but this should get you started.  It goes without saying you should always have some good coffee and tea for the mornings and pop over guests.  Also a quality vegan chocolate and coco powder is necessary.  Fresh fruit and veggies are great and…

Almond peanut butter chocolate chunk cookies

2 cups almond flour1/2 teaspoon of sea salt1/2 teaspoon of baking soda1/4 a cup vegetable shortening2 tablespoons of peanut butter2 tablespoons agave1 tablespoon vanilla1/2 cup (or more) of chocolate chunks from a high-quality vegan chocolate baroptional hemp seed or a small handful of sugar sprinkled inbake at 350 for seven minutes Tips: use a small melon baller to form the perfect size—once the dough is mixed (which looks like crumbles) the baller helps form it into a compact stick together “cookie ball”.Then I use my espresso press or you could use the bottom of a glass to slightly flattened the…

Molasses ginger cookies

Tell me you have a good mixer? First put the vegan butter and the sugar into your mixer and cream them together. After you’ll add everything else and mix it together. If it looks a little too soft add a fourth a cup more flour or a child’s handful. Chill your dough 30 to 45…

Vegan Pumpkin Spice Scones

PREP Heat the oven to 450 degrees. Add flour, salt, baking powder, and sugar in a food processor and pulse to combine. Add the vegan butter and pulse until the mixture resembles cornmeal.  Not too much pulsing. If short on time just pressure cook the pumpkin (slice in half, remove seeds, add water) or use a can of organic pumpkin puree.  Add 1/2 cup of pumpkin flesh (if pressure cooked squeeze by hand a bit of the water out) and 1/2 cup of soy creamer (opps not mentioned in the above list).  Pulse 2 times and then it will form…

Plant-based Pumpkin Soup // Recipie

The goodness of Fall.  Ah let’s have cider and celebrate.  Spend a day outside, and if you need a nudge to encourage you check out my Fall Pinterest Board. The glory of the mountains. The rouge on the trees similar to blush on a beautiful face.  The harvest in the fields.  Baskets full of nuts, pears, apples, plums.  The bounty in my kitchen.  The aroma while cooking that fills the house.  The apples in abundance that make round full glorious apple pies and fresh cider. Today I give you a gift.  From my kitchen to yours, a 100% plant-based pumpkin soup.…