Creamy, smooth and satisfying – this pudding from scratch is delicious and very simple to make. And what’s best: the homemade pudding is eggless, dairy-free and even vegan!
Three delicious and easy Edwardian marble cake recipes from 1902 – two classic marble cake recipes with chocolate and one flavored with just spices: cinnamon, cloves, allspice and nutmeg.
In the Victorian and Edwardian era, marble cakes were usually flavored with spices – cinnamon, cloves, allspice and nutmeg – instead of with chocolate or cocoa powder. While the light part of the marble cake was usually made with just egg whites, the dark part was colored with brown sugar, molasses and egg yolks – no chocolate or cocoa powder! Continue reading 3 Edwardian Marble Cake Recipes
Light, crispy and so delicious – these oat flour chocolate chip cookies are naturally gluten-free!
Unlike my soft and chewy naturally green sunflower seed chocolate chip cookies, these oat flour chocolate chip cookies are cripsy and light. The chocolate chip cookies are made with oat flour so they’re naturally gluten-free.
If you don’t have oat flour at home, you can easily make homemade oat flour: either grind oat grains in a grain mill or blend rolled oats in a food processor. I always use chopped baking chocolate for my chocolate chip cookies because it’s dairy-free and cheap but feel free to use chocolate chips instead. Continue reading Oat Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies – Gluten-Free
These delicious mint chocolate chip cookies are naturally green. The cookies are naturally colored with sunflower seeds! Sunflower seeds turn green in an alkaline environment (baking soda). But the sunflower seed mint cookies don’t taste of sunflower seeds, they taste minty and refreshing! Continue reading Naturally Green Sunflower Seed Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies
These chocolate chip cookies are so delicious: soft and chewy and they’re naturally green! The chocolate chip cookies are naturally colored with sunflower seeds – sunflower seeds turn green with baking soda! Isn’t that amazing? Continue reading Green Chocolate Chip Cookies – Naturally Colored With Sunflower Seeds
Aren’t these bunny butt cupcakes cute? And what’s best they’re naturally colored with kale and beetroot!
The naturally colored bunny butt cupcakes would be a really cute addition to your Easter table or Easter basket!
The bunny butts are made with cake pop mixtures: You can make brown bunnies with chocolate peanut butter cake pops and white bunnies with marshmallow cake pops (recipes below). Continue reading Bunny Butt Cupcakes With Homemade Natural Food Coloring
These moss-covered chocolate-peanut butter-cake pops are so delicious and a great way to use up leftover cake! Continue reading Edible Moss Balls – Cake Pops With Natural Green Food Coloring
Zebra cupcakes look quite impressive but they’re really easy to make! Continue reading Zebra Cupcakes With Vanilla Frosting
Almond horns are a quick and easy afternoon treat! They’re moist and chewy, and covered with crunchy almonds. Almond horns taste a bit like chocolate-covered marzipan. And they’re flour-free, gluten-free and dairy-free.
These almond horns are made from scratch. You’ll just need four ingredients for these almond horns: almonds, sugar, egg whites and chocolate. Almond horns are a great way to use up leftover egg whites! Continue reading Chocolate-Glazed Almond Horns
I made speckled blue robin egg truffles with homemade natural blue food coloring! Aren’t they just so beautiful? 😀 And they taste as good as they look! Continue reading Naturally Colored Speckled Blue Robin Egg Truffles