Looking for something different for a special afternoon tea? Then these Vegan Blackberry White Chocolate Scones are just what you need! Soft dairy free scones filled with pockets of sticky, jammy blackberries and sweet vegan white chocolate chips. Bowl to Baked in half an hour and sure to impress all your guests. Serve warm as part of an elegant vegan afternoon tea. Really easy to make to suit any dietary needs.
Tag: vegan baking
Easy Dairy Free Flapjacks. Soft, chewy flapjacks, full of oats and golden syrup. Just 4 ingredients, simple to make and perfect for lunchboxes or with your afternoon coffee. Soy Free, Nut Free and suitable for vegans too.
Cheese & Tomato Scones are packed full of fresh herbs, smoky chilli flakes and a striking Autumnal orange colour. They are great for dunking in soup as these days turn cold but are definitely best eaten warm so the cheese is still oozy! Use whichever cheese you like, dairyfree, vegan or otherwise, they all work just as well!
These perfect Salted Caramel Popcorn Cupcakes (Dairyfree, Eggfree) are also soyfree and can be easily adapted to be glutenfree (see recipe notes). A light, fluffy caramel flavoured sponge, topped with buttercream and piled high with homemade cinema sweet style popcorn! And not forgetting a subtle hit of salt to ensure these treats are not too sweet. Whats not to love!
This Vegan Bailey’s Birthday Cake is infused with the flavours of the famous liqueur but without any of the dairy. The sponge is delicately flavoured with whiskey, cocoa and vanilla which compliments perfectly the dairyfree white chocolate, coffee buttercream! With a subtle whiskey hit, this is the perfect cake for any lover of Baileys but definitely not one for the children! The cake was decorated to order with a lilac fondant, peach roses and handmade swirly Peacock Feathers.
This Vegan Beetroot & Ginger Chocolate Cake uses lovely seasonal beetroots which are great this time of year combined with a warming hint of ground ginger! Beetroot and chocolate are such a fab combination and the gentle warm kick from the ginger ties it all together! The best filling for this is a rich chocolate buttercream and a dark sweet cherry jam – yep cherries, ginger & beetroot – YUM!
Vegan Pear & Fig Cake is the perfect way to serve up all those slightly over-ripe pears lurking in the fruit bowl! The warm hint of the fresh ginger works really well with the pears and figs without overpowering either of them. This cake is great served warm on a chilly Autumn afternoon with a generous scoop of dairy free vanilla icecream!