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[DB] Key lime cheesecake, fancied up for the Daring Baker Challenge.
Animal crackers with a kick.
Gluten-free/kosher for Passover brownies so good that you'll want to make them all year round.
Peeps have got nothing on these homemade marshmallow bunnies.
Onion bread made from the whey leftover after making vegan cheese.
Who knew spring cleaning could be so delicious? It will be if you happen to encounter some pears and pomegranate juice in the fridge!
Finally! Red velvet cake that doesn't have any of those nasty artificial dyes, and is still brilliantly colored.
Vegan "shamrock shakes" that include matcha for natural color and a more complex flavor.
Happy Pi Day! Celebrate by baking [what else] a pie! I like to call this creation the "Outrageous Pie."
Try to embrace your cooking mistakes and turn them into something else, like I did with this loaf of chia bread.
Superfood Muffins- Packed with blueberries, oats, walnuts, flaxseeds, quinoa, and orange juice, these are sure to give you energy thorough the day!
[DB] The cake may be a chocoholic's dream, but the chai coconut ice cream really stole the show.
Waiting [impatiently] for spring, and the strawberries that are sure to follow...
A few tips on "three-handed" food photography.
Mint straciatella ice cream, without a drop of dairy!
Hearts will be broken this Valentine's Day... And if they're chocolate truffles hearts, then I don't see anything wrong with that at all!
Show the veggies some love this Valentine's Day with roasted red pepper soup!
Brewed chocolate cheesecake, somewhat deconstructed but completely delicious.
[DB] These bird-shaped tuile cookies are so light, they may just fly away!
Can vegan brioche be done successfully, and tastefully?
Celebrating the Luna New Year in a nontraditional way- With calamansi noodles.
It's true -- healthy cereal doesn't have to taste like cardboard!
Malt and soy sauce, together in an ice cream? This is one pairing you have to taste to believe!
Fresh pasta, made in a blender!
All you need to make instant mousse is two ingredients and about five minutes. Oh, and one fancy toy.
Don't toss that leftover frosting! Create a simple pastry in moments that will put those extras to good use.
[DB] A black forest-flavor yule log (no pun intended!)
Have good luck in 2009 by eating this cake on New Year's Eve!
Gingersnap truffles make excellent gifts when you only have a few minutes to spare!
Sweet and creamy homemade nutella! (scroll down for recipe)
Now you can have your Christmas tree and eat it, too!
Eggnog is way better without the eggs, if you ask me. You certainly won't miss them in the festive panna cotta, either.
What do you think winter tastes like? For me, it's peppermint.
Have a soft spot for the "stinking rose"? You'll absolutely love this homemade garlic bread!