I had a wonderful time baking with flax seed meal. I’m sure a couple of other blogging buddies did too, because I have received many entries for the event. Actually more number of entries than the Silken Tofu event. Thanks once again for the enthusiastic participation. Hope you would extend your support to this event as well.
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Pallavi has whipped up a super easy vegan mango quick bread using store bought Kesar Mango Pulp. Can you believe that she has used only 4 tablespoons of oil to bake this bread? Chocolate lovers, you can bake the mango-chocolate chip version and the nutties out there try her mango-almond bread.
Yasmeen surprises us with an interesting fruit bread recipe. She uses pomegranate in her bread to make it super healthy. Also she uses significant amount of whole wheat flour, olive oil and almonds making it very heart-healthy.
Coffee in cookies? Yes! It’s surely sounds like an interesting combination, which I haven’t tried yet. Get your caffiene fix early in the morning or in the afternoon when you feel lousy by eating these wafer thin crispy cookies.
This is the vegan version of the classic American cookies that nobody can resist or guess that it’s vegan. It’s perfect amount of sweetness from the brown sugar and the chewy texture will make one wonder from which bakery the coookies are.
All those health nuts out there, check out Yasmeen’s Energy Bites. These cookies are bursting with flavor from a variety of dried fruits, which are rich in anti-oxidants. You can also get a dose of heart healthy unsaturated fats from the sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds.
Bharti has adapted Alton Brown’s decadent brownie recipe to come up with this eggless version. She tells that the brownies were not chewy but brownies are brownies and I love them anyway. Check out the black beauty here.
Priya amazes us with another unique creation of hers. She has baked healthy buns using whole wheat flour, beet puree and topped it off with sesame seeds. The light pink hue from the beet puree makes it look absolutely gorgeous.
I’m absolutely floored by Libby’s entry. She has prepared pasta dough using flax seed meal instead of eggs and has cooked 2 unique dishes using the eggless pasta dough. The bowl of hot miso flavored pasta and the plate of pumpkin ravioli started hunger pangs in my stomach as soon as I looked at the pictures.
Wish you could have a whole apple pie for yourself but without gaining pounds? Then try Sarah’s neat idea of baking it in a muffin pan. She also uses significant amount of spelt flour, making it even more healthy.
I thought that I was addicted to baking. But not anymore, because Priya is the “Ultimate Baking Addict”. I guess she bakes everyday. She has baked these healthy scones using whole wheat flour, oats, almond milk and also makes it interesting for the kids by adding chocolate chips.
Thank you once again for participating in this event.