Do you look at your gorgeous bananas and think – any day now, they’ll be ready any day now! And then you forget to eat them and you’re in the too-ripe-to-eat category JUST LIKE THAT. Boom. Bananas gone. Well, now you don’t have to worry, make a cake using this vegan gluten free chocolate banana cake recipe!
There is something so decadent and absolutely delicious about the thought of warm savoury crepes on a cold autumn morning. This vegan gluten free savoury crepe recipe will be the only one you’ll ever need.
This is a very easy vegan gluten free crepe recipe using only a few ingredients. Chickpea flour, water, oil, salt and a dash of arrowroot. I add the arrowroot so that I can make a thinner crepe, otherwise you will get a thicker crepe that is basically socca.
I don’t know about you but I love breakfast any time of the day, especially if it’s a big breakfast packed with many tasty treats. This vegan big breakfast recipe will not disappoint! If you like your brekkie then read on…
The year is almost over – and what a year it has been! 2013 saw the launch of The Power Plant and we have thoroughly enjoyed our vegan ‘baby’. We wanted to say thank you to all of you who read our blog, your support really means a lot. We have created a free vegan gluten free recipe book for you to download, featuring 10 of our favourite vegan gluten free recipes.
As the party season approaches my mind turns to champagne. Of course! I’m attending many events this season, and am hosting a few, so I did some research on vegan champagne and sparkling wines available in Australia.
Delicious chocolate and mint heaven! This vegan gluten free chocolate cake was a hit with those who tried it. I shared it with friends and my husband’s colleagues and no one could believe it was vegan and gluten free. I have been asked to share the recipe and here it is.
As we get closer to Christmas I start craving wintery treats. You may think that’s odd because I live in Sydney where Christmas is in the middle of summer, but I’m from Croatia and am still used to November and December bringing snow and delicious, wintery flavours.
I absolutely adore a sweet gingerbread cake and while I usually make it as an upside down pear and ginger cake I had pears that were very soft and baking them would destroy them completely. I decided to do a ginger cake with a fresh pear garnish and a sweet caramel topping. It turned out very delicious, I’m secretly thinking about one more piece…. just one more! If you like a sweet treat you will love this vegan gluten free ginger cake recipe.
When you need delicious vegan finger food pre-made pastry is a life saver. I used Borg’s puff pastry for these delicious sundried tomato and artichoke parcels.
I was going to a vegan potluck Halloween party this weekend so I decided to make a cupcake version of my mum’s blueberry vanilla sponge cake. Veganising recipes can be a hit and miss sometimes, but I hope you like my vegan gluten free cupcake recipe!