Vegan Banana Pancake ~ Happy Pancake Day

Vegan Banana Pancake ~ Happy Pancake Day

This pancake is one of the super easy to make. If I can that means you too of course!

Simple ingredients and the easiest method, I think you should jump up and roll up your sleeves, get ready?

Get your food processor out, pour one cup of nut milk of your choice (I chose the almond milk), slice up one spotty banana and blend to smooth.

Then add one cup of gluten-free flour of your choice or the all-purpose flour if you don’t mind and with 1 1/2 tsp of baking powder, two tablespoons of coconut sugar, a pinch of pink salt, and 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon if you like (optional). Blend all together until well combined. Set aside for a half-hour.

Fry as a usual pancake, then serve with your favourite fillings or just a squeeze of fresh lemon juice and a squirt of maple syrup or agave nectar.

Vegan No-Bake Chocolate Mousse Cake (no-sugar)

Vegan No-Bake Chocolate Mousse Cake (no-sugar)

DO you agree with women craving of chocolate sometimes, I do, 100%!

Flashback when I reduce my sugar intake a few months ago, I think I have hardly eaten any sweety snack or chocolate since then.

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Vegan Lavender Shortbread (without butter)

Vegan Lavender Shortbread (without butter)

Hi, everyone, sorry for missing nearly a month. I am back in my own world again.

Firstly of all, I need your help. Can anyone tell me what is the difference between shortcake and shortbread? Even I did my research from the world of the internet, not really a good explanation that I can find!

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Vegan Chocolate Chips

Vegan Chocolate Chips

This is the one I want to make a long time ago, just wondering when it started on my to-do-list?

Nevermind, I am going to wipe off from the list today!

Chocolate chip is the essential item for baking a chocolate cake or making cookies. And I always think to buy the vegan chocolate chips are too far expensive to me. That’s the reason I always want to make it myself.

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Vegan Pancakes With Aquafaba for A Lazy Day

Vegan Pancakes With Aquafaba for A Lazy Day

I have been a few weeks not very well and stay at home after I came back. Just too lazy to think about what I’ll cook.

When I flick and browse around the web without any idea, then lots of pancakes appear. So I think is it pancake’s day? Nope, it’ll be in March this year. But who said we can’t make pancakes when it is not a pancake’s day!!!

So, this saves my day when I’m feeling low. Wish you all like it and give me a blessing!

Vegan Pancakes With Aquafaba for A Lazy Day

Ingredient: 

  • 1 Cup Plain flour + 1 Cup Buckwheat Flour (can use 2 cups buckwheat flour for gluten-free)
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp Baking soda
  • 1 tbsp Unrefined Brown sugar
  • 1 1/4 cup Nut milk of your choice
  • 1 Can of chickpea, salted-free, reserved 1 cup of the liquid, chilled in the fridge
  • 1 1/4 tsp Apple cider vinegar
  • 1 tbsp Oil

Topping:

  • Maple syrup
  • Any fruits or berries of your choice
  • Peanut butter sauce or other nut butter
  • Any dairy-free cream, (like cashew cream, oat cream, soy cream or coconut cream), optional

Method:

  1. In a large mixing bowl, mix the dry ingredients and set aside.
  2. To make the buttermilk, mix the baking soda into the nut milk, stir to well combined, set aside for 10 minutes. Then add the vegetable oil, stir well.
  3. Beat the reserved chickpea brine: aquafaba to a stiff form, it’ll take 10 to 15 minutes.
  4. Add the buttermilk to the dry ingredients and use a hand whisk to mix until just combined. It’s better not to over-whisk the batter, keep the texture light and fluffy.
  5. Use a spatula to fold the whipped aquafaba into the batter, remember gently.
  6. Keep a frying pan over low heat, rub some oil, and put a dollop of the batter onto the pan. Let the pancakes to cook until small bubbles appear and the edge firm up. Flip it over and cook quickly on the other side.
  7. Cover the cooked pancakes with a clean tea towel when you cook the others.
  8. Serve with nut cream and fresh berries when it is still warm.

Adzuki Bean Fried Rice Cake 煎紅豆糯米餅

Adzuki Bean Fried Rice Cake 煎紅豆糯米餅

Adzuki bean is the same as the red bean.

Japanese create lots of beautiful mochi もち or daifuku with this tiny, cutey red beans. It can make cakes, dessert, Chinese sweet soup, and bread as well.

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Japanese Matcha Kuanzumochi 抹茶葛餅 (抹茶くずもち)~Vegan, Gluten-free

Japanese Matcha Kuanzumochi 抹茶葛餅 (抹茶くずもち)~Vegan, Gluten-free

It is one of the popular Japanese snacks with matcha. Serve with the brown sugar syrup (but I use the dates syrup this time), certainly it is the perfect match. Even though the pure matcha powder has a little bitter taste.

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Cool Down by Refreshing Homemade Elderflower Cordial

Cool Down by Refreshing Homemade Elderflower Cordial

Hi everyone! What’s the temperature in your country?

We are soaking in a heat wave in England by the temperature jumped up to 29°C to 31°C in these few weeks. Still can’t see the sign to lower from the weather forecast. We can’t complain about it cause we had been through a long cold, damp and icy winter. The globe weather was going to extremely cold or sweating hot.

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Vegan Double Chocolate Brownie Cookies with Mixed Nuts

Vegan Double Chocolate Brownie Cookies with Mixed Nuts

Wish all the mummy have a happy mother’s day today! 🙂

Have you made cookies recently? What kind of the cookies you made, also what is your favourite cookies? I think I haven’t made cookies for so long. Have I missed it? Yes, surely I miss it so much. I love cookies for my coffee. But I also a chocolate brownies fan. Which one shall I make? It is quite struggling.

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