These vegan ice cream bars are super healthy and insanely delicious at the same time. The easy 2 for 1 recipe includes two ice cream flavours – chocolate and raspberry, both made even prettier with a fetching marbled effect. The chocolate shell is smooth and thick, and gives a satisfying snap when you bite into it. With little to no effort, you can make your own ice cream popsicles, which are way better than any shop-bought ones, in every single way.
Ice cream bars. Popsicles (or pops). Ice lollies. Ice cream on a stick. That cold-and-sweet-creaminess-on-a-stick-often-covered-in-chocolate thingy. All apparently acceptable synonyms. (Okay, the last one isn’t, but you totally knew what I was talking about, didn’t you?).
These gluten & dairy free breakfast muffins have absolutely everything going for them – they are easy and quick to prepare, super delicious and allergy friendly! With a healthy balance of fats, carbs and protein, they will keep you full until lunch, and the sugars will give you a kick of energy that everyone needs in the morning. Plus, there’s a crumble!
I love breakfast. No, you don’t understand. I go to sleep looking forward to breakfast. If I can’t sleep, and if I’m not pondering which cupcake and buttercream combination to try next, I’m deciding what I should have for breakfast the following day. Yes, my thoughts are very food-centric. No, I’m not sorry.
This wonderful no bake lemon tart is an ode to all things lemon. The cookie crumb crust is sweet and crunchy, the lemon filling is refreshing and the lemon syrup mirror glaze elevates the dessert to super fancy heights. Additionally, this gluten free no bake dessert is incredibly easy to prepare, and has a dairy free option.
The making of this dessert saw a lot of firsts. The first no-bake dessert (if we take “no-bake” to mean “no oven”, and “raw” to mean “no heat whatsoever”… it’s a science thing, this love for definitions). The first time using gelatine. The first cookie-crumb tart bottom. The first mirror glaze. That last one was completely 100% accidental. And, oh my, do I love such accidents.
Crunchy crust meets creamy coffee and chocolate layers in these raw vegan chocolate coffee cheesecake bites. Aside from being dangerously delicious, they’re almost too pretty to eat and super simple to make, as well. Once you taste this raw vegan dessert without coconut oil (!) you’ll want to make it again and again. And again.
I’ve been on something of a raw vegan dessert roll lately (proof right here and here). Up to a few weeks ago, making a raw vegan dessert seemed like a far-away dream, both exhilarating and kinda scary at the same time. There is a certain sophisticated quality to raw desserts, with their polished edges, amazing textures, colourful appearance and intense flavour, which can make them seem as something to strive for, always remaining just out of your reach.