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This cake can be made with pantry items (i.e. no eggs or butter necessary). Good for those on a budget! Nutrition information includes regular sugar, and butter for the icing. You can decrease the calorie content (and make the cake vegan) by leaving out the butter from the icing. You could also use splenda in the cake instead of sugar (but not in the icing). Makes a 20cm cake, which slices into 8.
NB Australian cup and spoon measures.Submitted by PHRASER
A very slightly modified version of my Vegan Lemon Sheet Cake, this is a two-layer beauty moist and tender from coconut milk and brightly flavoured from lemon juice, zest and extract. Sandwiched with jam and coconut it's the perfect base for any decoration!Submitted by JO_JO_BA
This is going to be part of the birthday and Christmas gift package that I’ll be giving to one of my best friends, Heather, this year. It is a take on one of our first tandem baking experiences, which was a lemon (box) cake with cherry – vanilla (box) icing. I’ve taken the flavours, flipped them around and “gourmetized” the memories by making both the cake and frosting from scratch, adding lightness to the cake with rice flour and cornstarch, and the extra flavour layer of honey to the frosting. I only wish I could take part in reliving the flavours of our memories!Submitted by JO_JO_BA
This is a delicious, hearty comfort food that doesn't fill you out while sating your hunger. It's good for low-carbers, since even though it LOOKS like lasagne, there's no pasta in it - and only 1/4 cup of whole wheat breadcrumbs!
If you can't find cremini mushrooms, their "adult" form (Portabellas) works just as well.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
A moist, buttery sponge cake, best made in an electric mixer. I love this recipe filled with Ganache Cake filling and frosted with Fluffy white frosting. But you can use any filling and frosting you would like.Submitted by MELSCH
Sticky, just sweet enough and full of goodness from the nuts and fruit, this is gluten free and easily adaptable to be vegan (just use agave instead of the honey, or leave it out completely). They're like the richest, fudgiest brownies ever! Adapted from http://www.greenkitchenstories.com/vegan-c
hocolate-blackberry-cake/Submitted by JO_JO_BA
This recipe came from my Great, Great grandparents who owned a bakery which made pies. They were wondering what to do with the extra pie dough so they rolled it out and added cinnamon, butter, and sugar and called them pie cookies.Submitted by MRSHUGHES27