Sunday Cooking

May 23, 2012

Sunday turned into a big cooking day for me. My daughter picked a new menu from Vegan Lunchbox, and it consisted of Coconut Carrot Rice Pudding and Molasses Gingerbread Cake. She gave the pudding a big thumbs-up, and we sampled some of the cake for dinner–yummy! I substituted gluten-free flours and it came out perfect.

Coconut Carrot Rice Pudding

Molasses Gingerbread topped with Soyatoo Whipped Cream

Not willing to stop there, I made No-fu Love Loaf from Let Them Eat Vegan!, switching out the bulgur for steel-cut oats. We had it with some of the leftover rice from what I made to make the pudding and veggies. Lastly, I made the Wholesome Oat Snackles from the same book–basically a breakfast cookie. I made them small, so they have been good snacks. Although it has been a challenge to not eat them all at once!

No-fu Love Loaf–right out of the pan!

A slice of No-fu Love Loaf with sauteed baby kale

Oat Snackles

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