Apologies to all the vegans, this tartlet not for you! It is for my friends. They ask me to make this scrumptious, delicious cute little tartlets for them after they saw it from a magazine. Can I handle it? I really don’t know!
Since I’m making more Vegan more than before. An egg is the one that difficult to skip. I try to dig in the internet world when I have time. Lots of bloggers using the flax ‘egg’, same as I do for my cake baking. Or another choice should be the tofu, also I have put my hands on the tofu scramble ‘egg’ before.
I missed my kitchen and my homemade cake for a long time since the long journey.
Why? Because vegan cake is not so common and popular in Asia. Although they have few but not as many as the dairy cakes that you can get it everywhere. I’m not a loyalty fan of dairy cream nor buttercreams.
Raw Vegan Pineapple Tart with Mixed Seeds Crust (soy-free, gluten-free)
Would you like No-bake cake? Either like it or not! But I love it dearly, I like all no-bake cake, dessert. It fits in my lazy lifestyle.
Only need a food processor or powerful blender, like Vitamix. But if you can’t afford one of this amazing product like me. Don’t worry, be patient! We just need to take a few more minutes and scraping, we still get the ‘closest’ result.
It’s vegan meringue!! Vegan bloggers worldwide are experimenting using canned chickpea brine and sugar, beating it together until it formed stiff peaks, and calling it meringue. Too good to be true? I had to try it by myself to experiment this magical ‘vegan’ egg whites.
When I decided to stop consuming animal products, I had given up on making meringue.
Lyonnaise Pink Praline Tart ~ Vegan, No-Bake, Gluten-Free
Patisserie cake shops are situated all over the France. No matter where you are. You’ll easily find a cake shop near you. Their pastry, chocolate, cake, sweets, glistening glacé fruit, and the most delicate macaroons.
Had a few days visiting the famous Museums in London. It is a fascinating city and interesting.
The day we set off to catch the earlier Eurostar in the early morning (5:30 am), to Lyon in South France. There were crowds of people over there when we arrived the King’s Cross St. Pancras Tub Station. The train took 4+ hours to Lyon. It was nearly 1:00 pm when we arrived in Lyon station.
By the station, part of our family was there already. We’re united together and continued to our journey.