It’s that time of year again…spring has sprung! The snow drops have gone, the croci are just about over and the daffodils are in full bloom. In a couple of weeks my tulips will be out, and it will be Easter. Whether or not you celebrate that holiday, you can still enjoy these delicious hot cross buns. Traditionally hot cross buns are made with candied fruit, raisins, orange peel, etc., but I decided to make a bun I’d actually want to eat more than once, and bananas and chocolate immediately came to mind.
I had so much fun making this today, and it is something that is extremely simple to put together in a few minutes. In England we have something called Christmas Pudding, Christmas Cake and so on. What these Christmas desserts consist of are a variety of dried fruits and nuts. I thought, “Wouldn’t it be fun to make a candy that used the same idea?” On the Fifth Day of Christmas Dia brings to you her Vegan Christmas Fudge.
These muffins come out very moist and creamy, which is down to the peanut milk. I made a pint of it last night specifically for these. If you like the taste of Reese’s Pieces, you will love these muffins! The peanut milk compliments the chocolate much more than my usual oat milk, and it brings [...]
It had been a rough week for me, so I needed a chocolaty treat! And yes, this is a vegan cheesecake–no dairy products in this whatsoever! I actually made my own vegan sweet cheese to put in the cake because the UK is lacking in any kind of vegan products. I know in the US you have vegan cream cheese, so if you would like to substitute it with that, it will be quicker. But if you would like to try to make some easy homemade vegan cheese, please give my recipe a shot.