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To me, there is simply nothing better than tying my apron behind your back, warming my oven, and covering my entire kitchen with a thick layer of flour. In this section you will find an assortment of baked goods that range from indulgent and sinful to sweet and simple, all without a single animal product in sight! These recipes maintain a focus on wholefoods and nutritionally dense ingredients, without losing sight of taste and texture.
This is the best thing I have ever baked. It's extremely fudgy and is guaranteed to convince the most skeptical of people that vegan, gluten-free food is as good as (if not better) than whatever they eat. Love bananas? Love chocolate? Then you've just stumbled upon your new favourite food, my friend.
What could go wrong when combining two of the best foods around - chocolate chip cookies and matcha powder? Nothing, it seems! These beautifully sweet and earthy cookies get the green light.
Chewy coconut and oat cookies sandwiched together with cold icecream and golden syrup - is there anything better to consume this ANZAC day? There's also a chance to win yourself a $50 Chelsea Sugar Prize Pack so you can get baking too!
Pour yourself a glass of peach iced tea, throw down a picnic blanket in the backyard, and indulge in a wedge of this sticky, summery, vanilla-speckled cake!
Soft, chewy, rich, and of course, fudgy! These cookies are a perfect on-the-go snack for all brownie lovers - pop one in your mouth and run (if you dare). Best eaten alongside a steaming glass of almond milk and additional dark chocolate.
Are you afraid of baking with yeast? Me too, but for some reason this recipe worked a treat - what are you waiting for? A big, warm, fluffy, oversized cinnamon roll doused in a syrupy vanilla cream is waiting in the ether!
Nothing says festivity quite like ginger, and these cookies are loaded with it! Stuffed with smooth cookie butter and sprinkled with flakes of snow-white sea salt, they're Christmas in a mouthful.
This is a proper brownie - not a single bean in sight. Rippled with peanut butter, this rich batter is not for the faint of heart. Perfect for cooler winter evenings when the window pane is dripping with rain and you've got your favourite pudgy socks on... or when you're just feeling like a little high-quality indulgence.
Peanut butter and jelly; a quintessential (and somewhat Americanesque) lunchbox delight and perhaps one of the most classic marriages between fruit and nut. These gorgeously nutty and malty almond butter muffins with a homemade strawberry chia jam swirl are the perfect 'grown-up' alternative - farewell spongy white bread, hello dense, warm crumb. Slather with obscene amounts of almond butter and sliced strawberries for best results.
Banana bread is one of my favourite things to bake and eat, and this version is no exception. Best served with lots of peanut butter and slices of fresh, ripe strawberries.
Lemon cake is one of my favourites, and after trying lemon caramel chocolate, I simply had to make a cake version. The coconut yoghurt frosting gives it a lovely sour note.
Some flavour combinations are just wonderful, and this cake is no exception. Citrus, floral, and nutty notes collide in this beautifully sweet and sour baked extravaganza.
Winter means oranges galore, and what better way to use them than in a deliciously dense and saccharine batch of citrus babycakes?
Any cake with two layers is a good cake, am I right? Especially when sandwiched with an angel-white coconut oil frosting and served with a mug of tea!
Shortbread is usually laden with butter and sugar, but this vegan version uses coconut oil to achieve the same crispy outcome, as well as a rosewater glaze that gives it an electric pink twist. Tea, anybody?
Banana cake is one of life's finest creations - you'd think it couldn't get much better, right? Believe it or not, but this variation with a caramel frosting and some crunchy golden linseeds is next level.