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 Post subject: Re: What have you been baking?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 16, 2013 6:47 am 
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if the challah is too banana-y for you turning it into French toast should mask it nicely :)


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tofucheez wrote:
if the challah is too banana-y for you turning it into French toast should mask it nicely :)



or perhaps even a bread & butter pudding ... with almond Alpro ....

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 16, 2013 5:08 pm 
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Thanks to everybody for the suggestions about the challah. I will probably try it once with the banana, and if it tastes too much like it, I will turn that batch into French toast or bread pudding or something. Then I'll just try again with sweet potatoes! It will be mine. Oh yes, it will be mine.


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I have made Peter Reinhart's challah successfully just by substituting silken tofu for the egg. If you decide to try another recipe, I highly recommend that one.

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i am baking tofu scramble breakfast pockets. mmmm!

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i am baking tofu scramble breakfast pockets. mmmm!


Tell me your ways....

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chocolate chunk spelt cookies for an order - a few for us as well! :)

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Moon wrote:
torque wrote:
i am baking tofu scramble breakfast pockets. mmmm!


Tell me your ways....

may i suggest
http://vegtastic.net/2012/02/tofu-scram ... -tofushky/
and
http://www.herbivoredinosaur.com/2009/1 ... ckets.html
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i couldn't get the cute little foldover pockets from the second link to work, so i made them like big old pierogies instead. the kid is eating them like they're going out of style, so something is right. (didn't use the scramble recipe from either one, i made it myyyyyyy waaaaaaaay)

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Mine always look like that top link, but the ones in the bottom are soooo cute!

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ijustdiedinside wrote:
Chai spice apple crumble. I wanted a healthier dessert, so used very little sugar and oil and it still tastes really good.


Sounds great. I've been thinking of attempting to make my very first 'plain' apple crumble ('tis the season), but chai spice makes everything better. Everything.

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Yesterday I made blackberry crumble from vegan diner and jam swirl coffee cake from vegan brunch.

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Espresso Cake from La Dolce Vegan ... no icing

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Yesterday I made calzones with kale, roasted eggplant and yellow squash, and tofu ricotta. Then I made chocolate chip cookies. The calzones were great! The cookies were just ok.


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 Post subject: Re: What have you been baking?
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Banana bread

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I made a cake for my friend's birthday that actually turned out really well! It was a gluten-free raspberry cake with coconut jasmine icing. Everyone at the party seemed to really enjoy it - success! Most people even chose that cake over the back-up fauxstess cupcakes I brought in case of epic failure.

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a thank you loaf of pecan banana bread today!

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I made brownies last night... this recipe >http://www.parsleysoup.co.uk/getrecipe.php?section=cakes&recipe=brownies
Had them warm out the oven, so they were a little gooey still.


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 Post subject: Re: What have you been baking?
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I had the day off work today. I've made VWAV pumpkin muffins (filled with Biscoff spread...got the idea from a non-vegan recipe on Pinterest), Vegan Brunch bagels, and the PPK's chewy chocolate chocolate chip cookies (although the batter was thinner today than usual...not sure why).


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 Post subject: Re: What have you been baking?
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I think I've finally found my perfect scone recipe! So light and fluffy. This morning I made a batch of currant scones and a batch of cinnamon/maple scones with a maple glaze.

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I have peanut butter banana bread in the oven now. Next up, whole wheat sandwich bread. After that, whole wheat no knead bread. I don't know what else to bake, but since the oven is on and I'm bored, I might make something else too.

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 Post subject: Re: What have you been baking?
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struan!!!! i was going to make corn muffins too but i'm lazy

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 Post subject: Re: What have you been baking?
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I made a ginger, chilli and sultana loaf with the leftover solids from making ginger beer a couple of weeks ago. It was so delicious that I made another similar loaf with the dregs of the ginger beer and added grated ginger, sultanas and molasses. I was never a fruit loaf fan as a child, at all, and now I really like the stuff!

What was interesting is that I normally use quick yeast to make bread. This was the same yeast but it'd been sitting in the ginger beer in the fridge for a while. It think there was less of it, or the cold start affected it but it took a lot longer than normal to rise, but the flavour was so much better! It's a lesson to me to not be so impatient, add less yeast and let the flavours develop over a longer period of time.

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Do you use the recipe from The Fresh Loaf site? I think it was you who linked to it once before - it's so good!

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I think I've finally found my perfect scone recipe! So light and fluffy. This morning I made a batch of currant scones and a batch of cinnamon/maple scones with a maple glaze.


Ooh, I want to hear more about this scone recipe!


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 Post subject: Re: What have you been baking?
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Dropscone, I know I posted this somewhere, but in general, long, cold, slow rises (ie in the fridge) yield a much more flavorful yeasted dough. The rises take much longer, but flavor is much better :)


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