Vegan and Fluffy Blueberry Muffins

Those delicious and fluffy vegan blueberry muffins are the result of 3 different recipes combined together. It's less work than starting from scratch, I agree, but still...Here's the verdict: I’m so so pleased with the consistency, something I had never achieved before.     I suppose the apple sauce used as an egg replacement helps... Continue Reading →

Vegan Endive Salad Boats

Whether as an entry before a vegan feast or as a main course on a hot summer day, these refreshing endive boats are a delicious salty-sweet dish option! Savory and crispy is my favorite combo when it comes to salads and this one is a pure delight! Endives can be quite expensive in North America, so feel free to replace them with lettuce leaves.

Vegan Apple Coco Tartelettes

There is something about cooking that has always fascinated me: fat enhances flavors so much and this recipe is just one more proof. Hey, don't fly away just yet, for this recipe is very healthy...1 tbsp vegan butter, that's not much! The more TCL you'll give to those beautiful apples, the better the tartelettes will taste. And by that I mean rubbing the apple slices into vegan butter and let them become golden and tender before your eyes.

Fluffy Apple & Maple Syrup muffins

Delicious comfort food for rainy days! These fluffy apple and mapple syrup muffins were the perfect addition to a tea party we held in our new apartment a few days ago. So happy to be able to have friends coming over again. In our previous apartment, it was unfortunately not possible to throw parties.....Time to catch up now!

Vegan Waldorf Salad with Cabbage and Apple

The waldorf salad is a fall classic and I welcomed this vegan option with open arms on the my table. Walnuts add such a nice crispy touch to every salad and I actually poured more that what I recommend in this recipe (you would probably not like it J ). Heading towards winter, we’ll have less and less options for great salads and I wanted to make sure I finish the salad season on a good impression. Without further ado, let’s get into the recipe!

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