Like I've said before, G and I put together a arts+literary zine at work of all the employees' genius. To offset printing costs and general stress (on my part mostly, maybe. I think beer should definitely be part of our production costs), we hold a bake sale and hope people will be nice. I also like to have an excuse to bake alot.
This time around I made pumpkin scones, from Two Vegan Sisters. Mine came out SUPER dry (those measurements look a little weird) so I added a little bit of hemp milk. Oh and I burned the bottoms. Mine have white chocolate chips in them, and I added a glaze after they were done (not the one on their site) in hopes they would be moister. I haven't tried them, but Greg said they were good...
I made Hearty-Spiced Cocoa Muffins from Colleen Patrick-Goudreau's Joy of Vegan Baking.
They had chocolate chips in them AND cayenne pepper among the spices! I've always wanted to bake cayenne with chocolate. I had originally planned to make mint brownies instead butt...
These look like they came out okay but two didn't come out of the muffin tin and I got angry and then they fell on the floor. I opened the beers after that.
I made Lemon Drops from Kris Holechek's 100 Best Vegan Baking Recipes.
This kind of isn't a great picture, but they taste really good. I've made them before for work and my boss couldn't stop eating them. They're tiny but powerfully lemony and coated in confectioner's sugar. I put them three to a bag; that's what you see in the background.
AND lastly: another veganized Martha Stewart Cookie Book recipe (not that there aren't millions of already vegan recipes) for Iced Oatmeal Applesauce cookies.
I had fun icing these.
So, that's the sugary run down. I'll let you know how the sale goes.