In episode 408 of The Vegetarian Zen Podcast, we spoke to our friend Laura Theodore, aka The Jazzy Vegetarian. This recipe for Coco-Nutty Vegan Apple Muffins are not only vegan but they’re also gluten-free! Laura says, I love muffins! These […]
This blackstrap molasses oatmeal recipe certainly takes me down memory lane! When I was little and my mom would bake delicious gingerbread or oatmeal cookies (two of my dad’s favorite desserts), I would always ask for a taste of molasses.
Fresh-squeezed orange juice AND grated orange peel? Oh, yeah! These muffins are light, moist and super-orangey. Their miniature size makes them the perfect on-the-go snack. Pile them on a plate to take to a book club meeting or mom’s meetup.
Not only are these vegan ginger muffins awesome for Saturday or Sunday brunch, but they also freeze and reheat wonderfully. To freeze, wrap muffins in plastic wrap or freezer paper and place them in a resealable plastic bag or container.
These tasty vegan oatmeal muffins prove that there’s more than one way to eat your oatmeal. They are very filling, with a satisfying combination of cakey moistness and whole-oatmeal crunch. Serve warm with some Earth Balance spread and organic preserves
I never bought lunch at school as a kid. Twelve years’ worth of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and you’d think I would never, ever want to taste that combination again. Wrong! I still love those sandwiches, but I think
Gingerbread for breakfast is delicious! Dust these gingerbread pancakes with powdered sugar and take a taste and you might just forgo the syrup. I use unsweetened vanilla almond milk, but you could use regular almond milk or soy milk as