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We made a similar dish to this on a Japanese vegan cookery day course at the Vegetarian Cookery School in Bath. Here we’ve adapted it to make it sweet rather than savoury.
Zesty lemon cuts into creamy coconut to give you this melt-in-the-mouth cheesecake. It is no-bake, so once you’ve made the base and whizzed the topping in a food processor you’re pretty much done with the active preparation. Just leave it … Continue reading
These are the basic creamy icings that we have used/now use on our cakes and cupcakes. The first contains palm oil and we used it until 2012, when we switched to the second recipe, which is palm oil free. If … Continue reading
This recipe makes light crispy pancakes, great with lemon juice and maple syrup/agave nectar/sugar. Also try with chocolate sauce or vegan ice cream. 4.5 oz (130g) plain white flour 2 teaspoons baking powder Pinch salt 8 floz sweetened soya milk … Continue reading
Before someone else eats it. You can now order vegan chocolate bounty in the UK from us at Fairfoods and sample the moist coconut filling covered in thick vegan milk or plain chocolate. Click here to go to the ordering … Continue reading
You could call these Bakewell tart flavour with their moist almond sponge, raspberry jam in the middle and topped with creamy almond icing. Use a good quality soya milk (i.e. not one of the cheaper ones such as Soya Soleil). … Continue reading
These chocolate cupcakes are flavoured with hints of vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg and orange to give a warm zesty flavour. For chocolate orange cupcakes leave out the spices. Use organic or unwaxed oranges. Maya Gold Chocolate Cupcakes 8 oz (225g) caster … Continue reading
Here are some cakes we have been busy with lately….