Ginger Peachick's Sleeping Beauty Birthday Cake - Easy Vegan Layered Angel Cake

Ginger Peachick’s Sleeping Beauty Birthday Cake – Easy Vegan Layered Angel Cake

It’s official, the Ginger Peachick is 4! Obviously the occasion calls for cake and here it is – The Ginger Peachick’s Sleeping Beauty Birthday Cake – An Easy Vegan Layered Angel Cake, flavoured with blackcurrant, lemon and vanilla & sandwiched with jam, cocoa buttercream and fresh strawberries. Handily made with two tiers so you can eat the bottom layer leaving the top tier as a pretty standalone cake!

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The Ginger Peachick is 4!

Happy Birthday Ginger Peachick! I can’t believe you have hit the ripe old age of 4 already. It doesn’t seem possible! My last baby is no longer a baby! Here’s you – Then & Now… You are many things little lady, but baby is definitely not one of them… While I am typing this, the night before your birthday, your sisters are doing Times Tables with Daddy and you – well you are prancing around the lounge with a large book ‘reading’ from it and lecturing your imaginary audience on something very scientific sounding! You are so proud of your crazy ginger curls that orange is your favourite colour. You are hilariously funny, love adventure and absolutely do not take any crap from anyone! There are a few words I could use to describe you at 4… Determined, Crazy, Wild, Generous, Whirlwind Stubborn Indpendent Fierce Loving Kind BUT underneath […]

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Chocolate & Vanilla Vegan Marble Cake 20

Can’t decide between vanilla or chocolate cake? Why not have both with this Chocolate & Vanilla Vegan Marble Cake! Pretty, easy to make & sure to impress! All you need is a piping bag of each batter which you then Jackson Pollack into the tin and swirl together with a skewer or knife! Just fill with buttercream and/or jam plus some fresh fruit if you fancy it and you’ll have a beautiful cake to share with friends. It definitely went down well when the Peachicks and I met up with some friends & their little people at the weekend!

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Creamy Cheesy Vegan Potato & Kale Spring Salad with Tesco. 2

Creamy Cheesy Vegan Potato & Kale Spring Salad, perfect way to banish those winter blues and full of immune boosting vitamins to keep the bugs away! This dish is freefrom most of the Top14 allergens as its freefrom dairy, eggs & soy as well as gluten (check cornichon ingredients) but noone will be able to tell the difference! This is a great stand alone salad that is delicious warm and even better cold the day after. It also makes a great side dish to your favourite grilled fish, meat or vegan alternative. The yoghurt dressing can be made in a big batch and kept for dunking veggies in for the rest of the week!

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Vegan Cheese & Chive Scones (Dairyfree, Soyfree) 16

Light and fluffy, Vegan Cheese & Chive Scones. Dairyfree but full of flavour thanks to the vegan parmesan & fresh chives! Most people will be familiar with those sweet or fruit filled ones but have you ever tried a Savoury scone? Yum! These Vegan Cheese & Chive Scones are great with slow cooker stews or even better a nice hot bowl of my Creamy Vegan Butternut Squash Soup.

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Vegan Olive Tomato & Basil Swirls

Vegan Olive, Tomato & Basil Swirls 30

These Vegan Olive Tomato & Basil Swirls are full of lovely Mediterranean flavours and perfect to show off the fruity flavour of Olive Oil. They are dairyfree, suitable for vegans and easy to make gluten-free by using suitable puff pastry. Gluten free pastry is becoming more readily available in supermarkets but check the ingredients its not always soyfree or vegan.

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Essential Allergy Friendly Recipes: Vegan Vanilla Victoria Sponge Cake 19

This Vegan Vanilla Victoria Sponge is super easy to make. It’s also light and fluffy but sturdy enough to filled & covered in fondant for special occasions! This recipe makes one 20cm cake which you can slice into 2 or 3 ready for filling with jam & buttercream. You can also easily vary the flavour of this basic sponge recipe by using nut milks or adding coffee, chocolate or citrus zests! It is dairyfree, eggfree, nutfree and easy to adapt to Glutenfree, by replacing the flour with the same quantity of Doves farm glutenfree flour.

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Essential Allergy Friendly Recipes - Vegan Chocolate Muffins

Essential Allergy Friendly Recipes: Vegan Chocolate Muffins 23

Who doesn’t love a good chocolate muffin, they are an easy to grab breakfast or mid-afternoon chocolate hit. But why settle for those dry, crumbly ones off the shelf, when you can so easily make your own! So here it is – my Essential Vegan Chocolate Muffins recipe! Soft, dark and gooey as well as dairyfree, eggfree, soyfree and vegan friendly (for all of you taking part in Veganuary!) What more do you need?! Cupboard to mouth in about 30minutes (less if you make mini ones!) And did I mention the coffee kick? It’s just enough to enhance the chocolate flavour without overpowering it completely.

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Happy New Year & 2016 Round-up! 3

Catch up with all the news from 2016 at The Peachicks’ Bakery… Looking back over the last 12months here at The Peachicks’ Bakery has been good, I hadn’t realised just how much all the hard work had paid off in terms of extra visitors, climbing charts and award nominations. And that is all on the minimal hours I have been able to put in. It has led to me deciding that I need to take it all a bit more seriously. I guess the thing I am most proud of is finally conquering eggfree baking without needing to buy any processed egg replacers. With a little help from golden syrup, apple cider vinegar and most of all ground chia seeds I now have reliable eggfree & vegan recipes for cakes, muffins and biscotti!

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