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Vegan Peanut Butter Cup Pie. If you follow me on Instagram, then you know we were in California last week driving down the coast, hunting redwoods, sipping wine and meeting Billy.

Vegan Peanut Butter Cup Pie

It wasn’t all just for fun, although we did have a blast. We were in San Francicsco filming a course all about food blogging! And guess what? It’s going to be available soon and we’ll gush all the details when it’s available. Just know in the meantime you’ll get lots of face time with John and I via video. What does this have to do with pie? In California we ate some seriously good food. While on vacation I like to seek out bakeries and try their best offerings. At Tartine I had one of the best walnut brownies of my life. But you know what? It all starts with a creamy peanut butter-tofu filling made light and airy with coconut whipped cream.

Cookies and Bar Desserts

Cakes. Triple Chocolate Truffle Irrational Pi(e) RECIPE / Tiramisu — Laura Miller. Peachy Keen Raw Cobbler. Oh dear friends, it is so good to be back!

Peachy Keen Raw Cobbler

And if you could only see where I have ended up – a place worthy to be called a Sarah B-style paradise. Peachy Keen Creamsicles. How to Make Sweet Potato Caramel. When Brad Leone, our test kitchen assistant, told us that his thick homemade caramel sauce had only one ingredient, we didn’t believe him.

How to Make Sweet Potato Caramel

Because, of course, he was LYING. Easy Vegan Cheesecake. Friends, few times have I been more excited to share a recipe with you as I am today.

Easy Vegan Cheesecake

This recipe has been taste-tested and approved by 6 of my closest foodie friends and heartily approved. Peanut Butter, Jam, & Banana Soft Serve Popsicles + Blog News. Last weekend, as I was making banana soft serve, the idea struck me to use it as a base for a popsicle.

Peanut Butter, Jam, & Banana Soft Serve Popsicles + Blog News

Instead of a typical icy, fruit-based popsicle, I wanted a popsicle with an ice-cream like taste and texture. A bit similar to these fruity popsicles, but more ice cream like. I figured banana soft serve could do the trick while being less costly than all-natural popsicles from the grocery store. And, tell me, what goes better with banana than peanut butter and jam? A little planning ahead will do you well with this recipe because you’ll need 4 peeled and frozen bananas to kick things off. Roughly chop the frozen bananas and whirl in the food processor along with 3-4 tbsp of almond milk. Now we have amaaaazing peanut butter banana soft serve.

Oh but it does. Now remove the bowl from the base of the processor and stir in 3 tbsp of your favourite jam and another tablespoon of peanut butter. Try to stop yourself from planting your face in the bowl. The Big Vegan Banana Split. Some days or weeks are imprinted in my memory forever and this was certainly one for me.

The Big Vegan Banana Split

Wednesday evening I received a call from my editor. I assumed that the call was simply to talk over the logistics of my upcoming radio tour, but it was much more than that. “Angela, we just found out that you made the NEW YORK TIMES Bestseller List!!!!” 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge. Nutty.

3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge

Dense. Sweet. Wholesome. Creamy. Rich. The 6 Best Apples for Pie. Today, James Beard Award-winner Rowan Jacobsen, author of Apples of Uncommon Character, dishes on six apple superstars that will rock your pies.

The 6 Best Apples for Pie

Lucky us. Coconut Milk Rice Pudding with Citrus and Ginger recipe on Author Notes: Rice pudding is such a comforting dessert: sweet enough to satisfy any craving, but gentle enough to double as an indulgent breakfast or anytime snack.

Coconut Milk Rice Pudding with Citrus and Ginger recipe on

In this recipe, the classic pairing of coconut milk and vanilla is livened up by the addition of seasonal citrus and ginger. (less)Author Notes: Rice pudding is such a comforting dessert: sweet enough to satisfy any craving, but gentle enough to double as an indulgent breakfast or anytime snack. (…more) - Gena Hamshaw Serves 4 1 can (13.6 fluid oz.) full fat coconut milk 1 cup water 3/4 cups orange juice 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1/8 teaspoon sea salt 1 cup long grain basmati rice 2 to 4 tablespoons maple syrup, to taste 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground ginger 1 tablespoon orange zest Mix the coconut milk, water, orange juice, vanilla extract, salt, and rice in a medium-sized pot.

This recipe is a Community Pick!  Share this Recipe  Tweet this Recipe. Bananas Foster, On the Grill. For two weeks, we’ve got top chefs sharing their little-known tricks for backyard cooking.

Bananas Foster, On the Grill

Raw, Vegan Pecan Pie recipe on Food52. One-Ingredient Ice Cream 2.0: Flavors for Every Season. Gena Hamshaw of the blog Choosing Raw eats a mostly raw, vegan diet without losing time, money, or her sanity. Let her show you how to make "rabbit food" taste delicious and satisfying every other Thursday on FOOD52. Today: In honor of Ice Cream Week, Gena celebrates the infinite adaptability of frozen bananas and shares a recipe for Dairy-Free Peach Pie Ice Cream. Within the first year or so of going vegan, I ran across a game changing idea in a raw foods forum: to whip frozen bananas up in a food processor or masticate them in a juicer until they resembled creamy, delicious, and dairy-free "soft serve" ice cream. Raw Blizzards. David Lebovitz's Chocolate Sorbet recipe on Food52.