I found the most amazing Valentine’s Day cupcake decorating idea from Buttercream Blondie that I needed to share… Love Monsters! How cute is that. Best of all, these adorable little Valentine’s Day monsters are a great and nearly free way to celebrate the holiday in a fun and festive way.
There is nothing quite like the spicy sweet scent of gingerbread cookies in the air to instanly make me think of the holidays. Maybe it has to do with my memories of growing up and helping my mom make batches of cookies. I remember standing on the chair next to her, barely able to see over the top of the mixing bowl, anxiously awaiting my chance to stir the deliciousness that was waiting in that big yellow bowl. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that my go to candle scent of the season is gingerbread. Either way, when this time of year comes around I always find myself craving gingerbread cookies, gingerbread men to be specific. Which is why I wanted to share a delicious recipe from the Food Network's very own, Aida Mollenkamp.
People often assume that going vegan means that you have to sacrifice taste. That's not always the case. It just means that you have to make more conscious decisions. Fortunately, there is a variety of tasty options in the market for vegans with a sweet tooth and this recipe for vegan chocolate brownies does an amazing job of satisfying both your need for vegan chocolate sweets and your life decision. This recipe for vegan brownies is guaranteed to deliver moist and gooey treats. It takes very simple ingredients that won’t get you searching the supermarket aisles for hours. Additionally, you can add chunks of high quality vegan chocolate bars, like Sulpice, to add a sophisticated flair to this classic dessert.
few years ago it was difficult if you belonged to a smaller diet niche.
The worst niches were the intolerant niches because you were forced to
eat a certain diet with no choice in the matter. Recently, food
companies have been creating versions of their products to cater to
limited diets. Gluten-free diets have become one of the most popular
diets that food companies are trying to cater to.
When it comes to chocolate, it’s gluten-free. However, many chocolates are not safe for those with celiac because some of the additives in chocolate are not gluten-free. Even though some chocolate products do not have gluten products in them, they might be processed in places that processed gluten products which can cross-contaminate into the chocolate. Although we at Sulpice Chocolat add ingredients to enhance our chocolate bars’ taste, those ingredient are gluten-free and out chocolates are crafted in machinery that was not used for products containing gluten. Not only are our chocolate bars gluten-free our dark chocolate bars are also vegan.
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