Lickin' the Beaters 2: Vegan Chocolate and Candy

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Chocolate, candy, and even ice creem—a vegan alternative to ice cream—are featured in this fun vegan dessert cookbook. With quirky illustrations, useful hints, and a handy “Quick Recipe” indicator, vegan renditions of tantalizing delicacies, both traditional and original, are included. Recipes include old favorites, such as carmel corn, saltwater taffy, pralines, cookies, cakes, and fudge, plus some brave, new gluten-free recipes, such as the Fabulous Flourless Chocolate Torte and the Toll-Free Chocolate Chip ...

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Overview

Chocolate, candy, and even ice creem—a vegan alternative to ice cream—are featured in this fun vegan dessert cookbook. With quirky illustrations, useful hints, and a handy “Quick Recipe” indicator, vegan renditions of tantalizing delicacies, both traditional and original, are included. Recipes include old favorites, such as carmel corn, saltwater taffy, pralines, cookies, cakes, and fudge, plus some brave, new gluten-free recipes, such as the Fabulous Flourless Chocolate Torte and the Toll-Free Chocolate Chip cookies. These decadent temptations allow treats for dairy-free or wheat-free diets as well as for anyone who loves sweets.

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Library Journal
Moffat (Lickin' the Beaters: Low Fat Vegan Desserts) has found a niche in the ever-growing world of vegan dessert cookbooks. Chocolate lovers will be in heaven as they contemplate Chocolate Zucchini Bread, Brownies, Black Forest Cake, Chocolate Marshmallow Almond Pie, and six types of fudge. Some of the directions could have been clearer, such as when one is supposed to add the oil and soymilk mixture to the Soft Caramel, but that won't stop one from making the delicious Chocolate Tortoises. Moffat provides a bibliography on the social issues behind sugar harvesting as well as a list of fair-trade suppliers of vegan ingredients for the socially conscious cook. VERDICT Readers who enjoyed Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope Romero's Vegan Cupcakes Take Over the World and Colleen Patrick-Goudreau's The Joy of Vegan Baking will find much here to satisfy their dairy-free sweet tooth. And there is an entire section devoted to vegan "ice creem."—Mary Schons, Hammond P.L., IN
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781604860092
  • Publisher: PM Press
  • Publication date: 1/15/2011
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.34 (h) x 0.44 (d)

Meet the Author

Siue Moffat runs a chocolate truffle business out of her home and is the author of Lickin’ the Beaters: Low Fat Vegan Desserts. She lives in Toronto. Celso is the comic book artist and writer of Monk in Ogreland and has contributed to such zines as Celso, Clip-Tart, Free, and Hame-Kame-Ha! He lives in Portland, Oregon. Missy Kulik is a product and graphic designer who also draws comics for the free weekly paper Flagpole Magazine. She lives in Athens, Georgia.

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