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I’ll be tweeting during the Milwaukee Vegan Bake Sale, which is TODAY at the Riverwest Co-op. 733 E. Clarke St, 12-5pm. Take the #11 bus to Clarke.
So this is somewhat of a re-post, but this is important! If you’re in the Milwaukee area, there is now a bake sale going on!
Saturday January 30th, 2010 from 12-5pm @
The Riverwest Co-op
733 E. Clarke St.
For more information or to donate time, money, or baked goods, CLICK HERE. Get in contact with Stephanie for details.
I’ve also made a Facebook event, please RSVP!: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=261586747115&ref=mf
Again, spread the word! But if you are unable to attend or don’t live in the area, there are vegan bake sales going on all over the country. Check out Isa’s blog to see if there’s one near you. If not, try and get one started!: http://theppk.com/blog/2010/01/13/vegan-bake-sales-for-haiti/
Vegan Cookies is back!
I regrettably haven’t been doing too much baking over the past few months when I was away at school living in the dorms, so I’m going to refocus while I’m home for 5 weeks of winter break.
Last week I met up with Melisser at Great Taste Cafe in Chicago for lunch. For dessert, we got seasonal Temptation pumpkin ice cream and chocolate sandwich cookies, which were gluten free, as was everything on the menu.
And what’s December without some back to basics sugar cookies?
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I had rainbow frosting and Ricemellow creme, so I decided to make s’mores (inspired by Sweet n Sara’s version).
The graham cracker part was my graham crackers recipe cut into rounds instead of rectangles and baked for a shorter time so they still were a little soft.
Then, I spread a thin layer of peanut butter, squirted on some rainbow frosting, dolloped on Ricemellow, froze, coated in chocolate, and topped with sprinkles.