Sweets

Here is how a simple shopping trip led to the creation of a recipe. Our Loaded Crispy Rice Treats are a direct result of grocery shopping. While Ethan and I were shopping at our local Whole Foods we saw a package of “Crispy Treats,” also known as Rice Krispie Treats, but without paying for using the name. Hoping that these might be vegan, Ethan picked them up and checked the ingredient list. in light of the fact that the store carries Dandies and Sweet and Sara* marshmallows, it was not completely unreasonable to think that these could be vegan. Well, they aren’t. Check out the 3rd line. At least Whole Foods had the courtesy of letting us know that not only do these contain gelatin, but the gelatin comes from pig bones. Lovely. By this time however, the genie was out of the bottle and we were wanting crispy rice treats. We

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Our Bailey’s French Toast turns a breakfast classic into a dessert sensation. However, if you want to have it for breakfast we are cool with that. In fact, invite us over.

Our Caramel Oat Bars give our S’more Cookie Bars a run for the money. Creamy caramel and rich chocolate between two layers of crisp oatmeal cookie make these bars hard to resist. You can use any caramel sauce you like, or you can make your own with our simple recipe. These bars taste so decadent, but no one needs to know how easy they are to make. These do need time to cool in the refrigerator before cutting, so be sure you allow time for that. Prep Time: 10 minutes Cooking Time: 25 minutes + cooling time Yield: 20- 24 bars 2 cups Quick Cooking Oats 1 ¾ cups All Purpose Flour 1 ½ cups brown sugar 1 teaspoon baking soda ¼ tsp Salt 1 cup vegan butter, melted 2 ½ cups vegan semi sweet chocolate chips, divided 2 ½ cups vegan caramel sauce, slightly warmed so it is easy to spread

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A mug of hot chocolate is the perfect treat for a cold winter day. Forget about using a store bought powder. Once you make it from scratch, you will never want it any other way.

These Vegan Chocolate Crinkle Cookies are a vegan version of the Food Network’s Chocolate Crinkle Cookies.

These Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies are a vegan version of the recipe from the Food Network’s 2015 12 Days of Cookies collection. If you like peanut butter, these are for you.

Our Sweet Potato Pie Martini uses the syrup from canned yams to make a drinkable version of a holiday favorite. Garnish it with a toasted vegan marshmallow for the full sweet potato pie effect.

Cheesecake Bars

Try our Cinnamon Vanilla Almonds for a twist on traditional sweet and salty almonds.

Our Tri-Colored Mint Holiday Cookies are a great twist on regular sugar cookies. You can change the colors and flavorings to suit any holiday. Or just leave the coloring out and use vanilla extract to have slice and bake cookie dough at the ready.