Dairy-free Vegan fruity popsicles

Vegan fruity popsicles

A delicious and healthy summer treat to cool down instantly: colorful and oh- so-easy-to-make Dairy-free Vegan fruity popsicles Hello my beautiful friends! Wouldn’t you agree, on a hot summer day, nothing tastes better than a homemade fruity popsicle straight out of the freezer. Taking a bite out of these colorful treats is refreshingly yummy and also healthy at the same time. No chemical food dyes, no artificial sweeteners, just a few simple ingredients and fresh fruit. This type of healthy dessert is probably the easiest summer treat you can make, and I bet children will love to participate in the making, too. Just choose your favorite summer fruits and mix with...

The ultimate Chocolate-chip Cookies

The ultimate Chocolate-chip Cookies

These Vegan Chocolate chip cookies are a chocolate-chip cookie lover’s dream-come-true: soft and chewy, with loads of dark chocolate chunks and the perfect texture to be dunked in some cold plant-based milk for the ultimate comfort food ♡ Hello my beautiful friends! As a food lover and recipe developer, I always try to come up with new recipes, but many times I realize that what you really want, is to go back to the basics. Especially when they’re new to the Vegan lifestyle or simply Veg-curious, my readers write me telling they would want to eat the foods they already love but in a plant-based version. And that’s why today...

Vegan Gluten-Free Caprese Chocolate Cake

Vegan Gluten-Free Caprese Chocolate Cake

This Vegan Gluten-Free Caprese Chocolate Cake is an egg-free, dairy-free, 1-bowl chocolate lover’s dream come true, And it only requires 7 ingredients, so easy to make! This cake is perfect to be eaten on a Spring afternoon with a cup of coffee or tea. Hello my beautiful friends! The first time I had this traditional Italian cake, I was at a nice place along the beach in Ostia, not far from Rome, on the first warm day of the year when you can sit on a terrace looking out at the sea, listening to the waves and the seagulls. Perhaps that’s why I associate it with Spring ♥ That day, I...

Triple-layer cheesecake hearts ♥

triple-layered-cheesecake-hearts

These triple-layer cheesecake hearts are delicious, gluten-free, dairy-free desserts perfect for Valentine’s Day! Make them for your other half or just go ahead and make one for yourself ♥ Hello my beautiful friends! I dedicate these sweet treats to all of you, those in love, those looking for love and those that are fed up with love all together ;) The base for these cheesecakes is an Italian cake called “Caprese” which is not only totally delicious, but also traditionally gluten-free and Vegan: it’s made with just a few ingredients and it only needs almond meal as flour. You can now read the precise recipe here! This is also the...

Fudgy double chocolate brownies (Fuss Free Vegan)

Fudgy double chocolate brownies (Fuss Free Vegan)

Make some of these Fudgy double chocolate brownies for the ultimate comfort food. They happen to be Vegan and no, they don’t contain any weird “secret ingredient” that you wouldn’t want in your dessert :D For a self-proclaimed foodie, nothing compares to opening the mail box only to see a brand new exciting cookbook waiting for you to dig in. But if that book turns out to be Sam Turnbull’s “Fuss-Free Vegan: 101 Everyday Comfort Food Favorites, Veganized” you are in for a really special treat. Sam is the warm and enchanting blogger behind It doesn’t taste like chicken, which is known for her easy, yummy, inventive yet down-to-earth 100%...

Vegan Gluten-free Carrot Cake

How to Make Vegan Gluten-free Carrot Cake with Cashew Frosting and Walnuts

Guest post by Susan Conley Today I have a special guest post by Susan Conley, the creator of cookthestone.com, sharing with SevenRoses’ readers an amazing recipe which is not only Vegan but also Gluten-free. Now, please welcome Susan as she shares her Carrot Cake with Cashew Frosting and Walnuts step-by-step recipe with us! Following a Vegan diet can be quite challenging. What more if you have celiac disease? I have a friend who follows a vegan and celiac diet, and I know the sacrifices he had to endure. When she was diagnosed with celiac disease, she had to avoid foods that used to be part of her diet like bread,...

Vegan Cherry Clafoutis

Vegan Cherry Clafoutis

Which are your first childhood culinary memories? You know, those foods that just like Proust‘s Madeleines, take you back to another time and another place with just one bite. Perhaps in your mother’s kitchen, or at your grandparent’s house, foods that are familiar yet so distant in time. To me it’s always fascinating how flavors and smells can trigger so many memories, even things we thought were long forgotten. Many times I ask this same question to my husband, as coming from different countries we didn’t get to experience the same types of food as children, and every now and then I try to recreate his favorite foods but Vegan,...

Vegan Coconut-Banana bread (one-bowl, no added sugar)

Coconut-Banana bread (one-bowl, Vegan)

I have a confession to make. I’m not too crazy about banana bread. No please don’t leave just yet! :-) You must be thinking, I came here for the banana bread and she doesn’t even like it?! Well, the fact that it’s not on top of my favorites’ list doesn’t mean that I don’t get to bake a good banana bread as often as I can. See, it’s one of my husband’s favorite cakes instead – ah, the things we do for love ;D But this is not a simple Vegan banana bread – I’m sure you have pinned and saved many of such recipes already. This is the perfect...

Rich and creamy Vegan coffee ice cream

creamy and rich Vegan coffee ice cream

One thing that you’ll find out once you go Vegan, is that you will want to experiment with food much more than before, most people agree on this. Your taste buds get “detoxed”, you become curious in the kitchen and you’ll try ingredients you’ve never tried before. In this sense, a Vegan diet is much more varied than a “standard” one. I could give you hundreds of examples, but I’ve never thought I’d make my own version of a Vegan cream cheese (super easy, too, stay tuned for the recipe soon) or my own Vegan ice cream at home. And yet here I am, happily churning away some rich and...

Vanilla custard pots

vegan custard

Custard is one of the most famous desserts of the world, and it can be easily declined in many flavors: classic lemon, sweet vanilla, naughty chocolate, sophisticated green tea and so on. The majority of people still thinks you need eggs and dairy products to achieve that perfect luscious texture, but this couldn’t be farther from the truth! Just like you don’t need eggs to make a perfectly fluffy cake (ladies and gentlemen, proof 1 & 2) you don’t really need any animal-derived ingredients to cook just about anything, in this case you only need to take advantage of what ingredients such as cornstarch can make for you in order...

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